- José Mota will be the protagonist of the TVE programming on the last day of the year, which will be played by Anne Igartiburu and Ramón García from Sol.
- The chimes on Antena 3 are narrated by Alberto Chicote and Cristina Pedroche, while Cristina Pardo and Iñaki López will do it on LaSexta.
- Netflix, HBO or Movistar end 2017 with releases of both series and films.
Old formulas to say goodbye to the year that go through music and humor or both, offer of different faces and styles for the chimes and the return of Black Mirror with its fourth season on Netflix await us in the week that closes 2017.
RTVE, which claims to be “Christmas”, once again relies on José Mota to draw smiles on the last day of the year. It will be with Bienvenido Mister Wan-Da, in which he will touch on the most relevant issues of 2017, such as the precariousness of judicial means, attacks on tourists, corruption and conflict in Catalonia.
In La 1, two veterans for the bells from Madrid Puerta del Sol, Anne Igartiburu and Ramón García, after which Eva González and Carlos Latre will present ¡Feliz 2018!, a program with national and international artists, magic numbers and lots of humor to liven up the first hours of the year that begins.
Mediaset puts the bells, in Telecinco, Cuatro and the rest of its channels, in the hands of the employees of Sálvame
Cachitos de hierro y chromo , program of La 2 and Radio 3 that dives in the sound archive of RTVE, has prepared a New Year’s Eve that will start with an improvised casting to musical groups such as Sidonie, Vetusta Morla, El Kanka or Niños Mutantes.
Virginia Díaz, Txabi Franquesa and Electric Nana will be in charge of directing this show and, after the bells, the spectators will be able to enjoy three hours of music.
In Antena 3, the night of the 31st starts with the purpose of 2017, with Jorge Fernández and Chenoa preparing the cotillion for all the presenters of Atresmedia while they are remembering the fulfilled and unfulfilled purposes of 2017, and the chimes will be in charge of Cristina Pedroche and Alberto Chicote, who will give the baton to Singing to 2018, a karaoke with the most successful musical themes in 2017 and songs from all eras.
The first night of the year there will be a special of Your face sounds to me. Concert of New Year, unpublished program with the best comics of the history of the format, among them Silvia Abril, Santiago Segura or Secun de la Rosa.
The last night of the year will occupy it in laSexta InterMerry Christmas, in which Wyoming, Sandra Sabatés, Thais Villas, Dani Mateo and Gonzo will review the most interesting of what happened in 2017 with music as the main character, after which Cristina Pardo and Iñaki Lope z will give the chimes.
Neox celebrates the ‘preuvas el 30, with Feliz Año Neox and Homo Zapping, with José Corbacho, Edu Soto, Silvia Abril, Raúl Pérez, Olga Hueso, David Fernández, Mónica Pérez and Jordi Ríos, among others, as protagonists of unpublished sketches that They promise a lot of humor and do not leave puppets with heads.
Mediaset puts the chimes, in Telecinco, Cuatro and the rest of its channels, in the hands of Sálvame’s collaborators, so it will be Terelu Campos, Kiko Hernández, Mila Ximénez, María Patiño and Lydia Lozano who will accompany the spectators in the shot of the twelve grapes.
No news in the channels of the group, except that Come and dine with me (Four) includes from Monday the vote of repentance with which the contestants can change any of their decisions made during the week in the final vote.
Netflix brings two bets this week: the second season of Las chicas del cable, on Christmas Day, and the fourth of Black Mirror, on Friday.
Starring Blanca Suárez, Maggie Civantos, Ana Polvorosa, Ana Fernández and Nadia Santiago, the first Netflix original series produced in Spain brings new experiences of these young women who, in Madrid in the twenties, live romances, friendships and social changes in his place of work: the newborn telephone company. In the second installment, a dark secret will force them to be more united than ever.
The fourth season of the successful Black Mirror promises to be more terrifying, has among its directors with Jodie Foster and will be composed of six episodes: Arkangel, USS Callister, Crocodile, Hang the DJ, Metalhead and Black Museum, the latter shot partly in Spain.
Six conclusive episodes, with different interpreters and directors, who delve into the collective restlessness of the modern world through a suspense through which the paranoia of the current technological panorama is explored.
On Wednesday at 9:35 p.m., Movistar Series Xtra arrives at the second season of Animal Kingdom, with the adventures of the twisted, toxic, dangerous and criminal members of the Cody family and double delivery of documentaries: Indestructibe. The soul of the salsa , a journey through the history of this music guided by Diego ‘El Cigala’ (Tuesday, 22:00), and U2: The Abbey Road concert (Sunday, 23: 10h).
HBO contemplates a triple premiere for the last day of 2017. The one for the Jamaica Innminiseries, adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s homonymous classic gothic novel directed by BAFTA winner Philippa Lowthorpe for BBC One and set in 1821 in Cornwall, where Young Mary Yellan (Jessica Brown Findlay) will have to live with her uncles after the death of her mother and fight against an imposed marital commitment.
Also of the season one complete of the Italian miniseries The mafia only kills in summer, that already has announced a second delivery and that narrates the history of a boy of Palermo in the Seventies.
And from seasons one and two of No Offence , a policeman swims to use with an atypical team of policemen who keep the streets clean of drug dealers, arsonists, neo-Nazis and assassins who will have to face a twisted serial killer.
Cosmo dedicates Christmas Day to the cinema, with the dedicated afternoon of Eddie Murphy and a bet for action at 10:30 pm with Templar, which takes place in England at the beginning of the 13th century, when King Juan’s refusal to accepting the Magna Carta triggers a civil war in which the Templars play a vital role.