Univision could not remain impassive before the premiere of the successful Telemundo superseries The Lord of the Skies, which returns next Monday to Hispanic prime time in style with its seventh season.
Aware of the threat posed by the arrival of the fiction starring Mexican actor Rafael Amaya for more than six years, the network has chosen to reinforce its stellar programming bar by announcing for this October 14 'the most intense night' of the four fictions currently on the air: Eternal love, The rose of Guadalupe, The usurper and The dragon.
"This Monday live with us 'the most intense night' from 7 pm Only on Univision!" Announces Univision through a video that began to broadcast this Thursday in which it advances that 'the unexpected' will happen in Love Eternal (7PM), 'The Incredible' in The Rose of Guadalupe (8PM), 'The Inconceivable' in the new version of The Usurper (9PM) and 'The Unexpected' in The Dragon.
Starring Matías Novoa, Isabella Castillo and a great cast, the seventh season of El señor de los cielos begins this Monday with the Casillas family struggling to get Aurelio (Amaya) out of his coma before his enemies manage to find him, and at the same time, launching a risky rescue operation around Amado (Novoa), who turned himself in to the Mexican authorities to avoid falling into the hands of American justice.
The Lord of the heavens.
Prior to its premiere and to warm up engines, Telemundo will broadcast just the day before, on Sunday, October 13 at 2 pm EST, a special program with a marathon of the last four episodes in which the followers of this successful story will relive all the excitement of the sixth season of the superset.
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