Crónicas marcianas (1997–2005)

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Presented by former radio commentator Javier Sardá and a midget named "Señor Galindo", this hyperbolic and weird version of the American talk-shows, whilst obtaining very high ratings and ... See full summary »

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2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997
13 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »
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 Himself - Host (1,109 episodes, 1997-2005)
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Presented by former radio commentator Javier Sardá and a midget named "Señor Galindo", this hyperbolic and weird version of the American talk-shows, whilst obtaining very high ratings and winning many television awards in Spain, it also received severe critics and became a paradigm of the "telebasura" (Spanish for "TV-trash"). Written by Anonymous

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Still surprised to find this stuff at the IMDb, let's keep it clean!
26 February 2005 | by (Galiza) – See all my reviews

I was a Spanish viewer of this talk-show, still very famous here today indeed, until the late 90's, when I decided not to watch it again. This was in the beginning a brand new style for late night TV in Spain at that time, but gradually was degrading into what here it's called "trash TV". I still find myself very surprised to have found out this kind of stuff at the Internet MOVIES DataBase, when a friend told me I just couldn't believe it. I think it would be interesting for readers around the world to know that Spain since the 90's is suffering a very shocking effect for not previously warned viewers, TV is infested with reality-shows, big-brothers, beautiful people, jet-sets, and a very wide range of strange people, most of them remind me of the 70's. Even more funny is that their audience, in many cases, is very very high, that's another point, if you have been here years ago, and come back again, you'll find that the average cultural level of the population has gone straight down, year after year. Obviously, these shows coupe most of the TV time, so documentaries, culture or science have been wiped away from TV. I have discovered at the IMDb other "trash" shows (I will not mention them, the last thing I would like to do is promotion), but, I must say, one thinks "ok, let's switch off my TV set, and escape from all that stuff", when you find out you still have to suffer them again here. Please, just ignore them, let's keep the IMDb clean!


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