The producer Mariana Ramírez del Villar said that she is happy for the new season of “This is war.”
“This is war” it returned to the América Televisión signal with a bang and continues to be the leading program in ratings. In this regard, the producer of “Esto es guerra”, Mariana Ramírez del Villar, was very happy with the affection of the audience. In addition, she indicated that she felt calm about the new admissions to the program. Let’s remember that, last season, “This is war” did a national casting and brought together young people from different parts of the country. Furthermore, she also gave opportunity to foreigners to join the ranks of the competitors.
Producer of “EEG” happy about the rating
Mariana Ramírez del Villar revealed that some familiar faces could return to the reality show. “EEG is always among the three most-watched programs on Peruvian television. It hasn’t lost anything, we just have to wait for the holidays to end and that great mass of people who always follow the program is integrated,” he said at the beginning.
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Producer of “EEG” assures that she does not create romances
In addition, the producer spoke clearly about the romances in “This is war.” Ramírez del Villar flatly denied that love affairs are being set up in order to raise the rating. “We did not put anything together. And that is absolutely proven. All the romances on the program have ended in marriage and with children. These things cannot be falsified,” he said.
Johanna San Miguel assures that romances in “This is war” are not armed. Photo: America Television
The producer He also revealed that this year the program is focused on the integration of new participants. “Last year we dedicated the whole year to it, because we believe that the ‘dinosaurs’, as we call the oldest ones, will at some point complete their cycle and that place will be occupied by new people. The format is super successful, but it needs to be renewed, more visibility to the new ‘warriors,'” he said.