TV Azteca finds success in Chile with Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres | News | Rapid TV News
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TV Azteca today announced that its highly successful drama series Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres (What Women Keep In Silence) is proving to be a huge hit on Chilevision.

Adapted and produced for audiences in Chile, Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres made its debut on the free-to-air network Chilevision in March 2013. The series, which broadcasts from Monday to Friday at 5.15pm, has achieved an average of 9.3 rating points and a market share of 19.4% during its transmission.

Produced and developed in Mexico with more than 2,000 episodes, Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres is an original concept created by Elisa Salinas. The series achieved a market share of 25%, with more than 14 million viewers when it first aired on Azteca 13 in Mexico.

The show has been sold into over 120 countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Poland and Israel.

The series was also part of a professional study undertaken by UNESCO and used as an instrument to promote the improvement of human values and relationships.

Lo Que Callamos Las Mujeres is a dramatisation of the obstacles thousands of women face in their daily lives, offering real stories experienced everyday by women who have decided to break their silence. Each unique episode portrays issues such as anorexia, alcoholism, rape, sexual impotence, suicide, infidelity, depression, addiction to drugs, bulimia, prostitution and the ageing process, and provides real and efficient solutions to each situation.

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