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Todo va bien (2014)
Mindless segment parade
This program billed itself as a 'multi-format' show, which should already be the first red flag. 'Todo va bien' featured a cast mainly built on the crew of morning radio show 'Anda ya', and essentially tried to export to television the formula of success of the radio show. But what is good to listen to on the radio doesn't fare so well on TV without the invigorating element of music. 'Todo va bien' became a strange parade of segments ranging from interviews to celebrity parodies to hidden camera pranks, and the script just kept switching abruptly from one thing to another. This 'multi-format' show, thus, ended up trying to be too many things and not really being any in the end.
Singles XD (2017)
This effort from Cuatro and Bulldog was billed as "the first live dating show", and mainly consisted in a bunch of 'singles' looking for love, as the title indicates, with the added 'XD' possibly looking to add an aura of 'modernity' and 'coolness' to it. And there lies the main problem of this: both the show itself and its participants tried way too hard to be 'cool' and 'modern' and as a result ended up stepping into 'bland' and 'superficial' territory. This resulted in dates as uninteresting as the conflicts born out of them, while the attempted integration of social media (mainly Instagram) on the broadcast felt forced.
This show was cancelled three weeks in because very few people watched. And if you aren't among them, you're not missing much.