Desmadruga2 was a comedy and variety television program, led by Israel Jaitovich, along with Ninel Conde, Tanya Vazquez, Martha Julia, Lorena Herrera or Maribel Guardia. It was broadcasted on the open channel of Televisa, Canal de las Estrellas on Saturdays around midnight, and on Friday night on the Unicable pay channel. Desmadruga2 was a program, in the words of its driver Jaitovich, written especially for the guests. The guests are usually famous actors, singers and even sometimes have attended professional sportsmen. Also participating in the program were comedians Miguel Vallejo and Bárbara Torres, Dorismar, Dany Ortega and "Los hijos de la madrugada". Usually the guests participate in improvisational comedy sketches, where criticism is made of social situations or parodies of soap operas and Mexican programs.
Interestingly, Israel Jaitovich presented the program "Estrella2" in which it has the same concept that has been managed in Desmadruga2 but in that program only Israel comes with their characters as "Father Ramón", El Tunco McCloyich, among others, as Desmadruga2 Came out of the air on June 30, 2012 and the show "Estrella2" airs on July 7.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
Desmadruga2 - Anabel Ferreira - Netflix
Anabel Ferreira (born Anabel Ferreira Batiz; 1960 in Aguascalientes) is a Mexican actress and comedian. Ferreira has been with Televisa from 1981 until 1996 and again since 2008. In between, she spent a decade at TV Azteca. Most recently appearing on the Televisa telenovela Soy tu dueña, she is best known as the star of her own comedy/variety series, Anabel (Both programs, as with most of Ferreira's work with Televisa, have aired on Univision in the United States, among other networks in other countries). Ferreira still works in Mexico but now lives in Los Angeles, California.
Desmadruga2 - The TV Azteca years (1997–2007) - Netflix
In 1997, Ferreira was cast by TV Azteca to host a variety show titled, Buenos Noches con Anabel. However, after a few weeks, the series was cancelled, and as a result Ferreira spent the next decade making guest appearances on other TV Azteca programs. Unable to get another series on the network, Ferreira decided to leave TV Azteca in 2007 and prepared for her return to Televisa. Near the end of her time at TV Azteca, she was profiled in the 2007 book, Televisa Presenta, which coincided with Televisa's golden anniversary as a network.