During the recent edition of L.A. Screenings which were held at the Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles in California, RCN Television presented its catalog of new productions such as Hasta Que La Plata Nos Separe, Leandro Díaz, Rigo, and other screen hits.
Surviving my Family: Its a dramatic comedy of a typical middle-class family, which struggles every day to cope with the daily problems they face. The dad with a streak of bad luck; a beautiful, successful lawyer wife; an unusual teenage son; a best friend, who is called “Costeño”. An employee who doesn’t cook, but sings and screams in pain, an adopted dog who guesses soccer game markers and a daughter they don’t know, are the members of this crazy family. They must adapt to the arrival of an unknown daughter, an economic crisis by wanting to settle in an upper middle class, but with average income and family disagreements, unemployment, dreams that did not come true.
Rigo follows the story of the most endearing and important cyclists that the steep Colombian mountains have produced.
Leandro is starring by the renowned singer Silvestre Dangond and Laura de León and presents the story of Leandro Díaz, who was born blind and his father Onofre considers that his existence is a punishment from God for which he despises him and demands that Nacha, his wife, do the same. Thanks to his aunt Erótida, Leandro develops his immense musical talent.
Hasta que la plata nos separe is starring by Carmen Villalobos and Sebastián Martínez. In this story Rafael is a seller of household products and Alejandra is a successful Commercial Manager. She, a woman of aristocratic origin and he, of peasant origin. Méndez has a relationship with Vicky (Julieth Pardau), his jealous neighbor, and Alejandra is about to marry Luciano (Gregorio Pernía), her prince charming. One day, while Alejandra drives her luxurious car and Méndez drives hers, beloved ‘Pichirilo’, fate crosses them in an accident and, from then on, their lives will never be the same.