Telemundo will air the longer version of the program starting Nov. 12
We’ve got good news for those of who aren’t satisfied with just an hour of news and entertainment with María Celeste Arrarás: Telemundo has decided to extend Al rojo vivo from one hour to two, as a result of a new strategy from the NBC-affiliated channel. The new longer shows will run for two months starting Nov. 12, from Monday to Friday, at 4:00 p.m., Eastern Time.
“For me and for my whole team, this has been a pleasant surprise. When you work hard on program as demanding as ours, there’s no better feeling than to be supported by the public and by the company we work for. We’re more than ready to begin this new phase of growth,” the Puerto Rican reporter, 46, told the Telemundo team.
The news show, which airs throughout the U.S. and in 15 countries in Latin America, covers a variety of topics, including immigration, health, fashion, entertainment and consumer issues.
NBC recently added the program to its weekend lineup with Al rojo vivo al fin de semana con Candela Ferro.