Ana Rosa Quintana is very excited about her new project in the afternoons of Telecinco

This Thursday, Ana Rosa Quintana spoke at a press conference about what would be her last season in the morning. The presenter leaves her own program, ‘El Programa de Ana Rosa’, after 19 years on the air to face a new challenge in autumn. Ana Rosa intends to become the owner and mistress of the evenings, a gap left by ‘Sálvame’. It will be on July 25, after the general elections, when the space will end its current season, with 462,000 daily viewers, and the way we know it from the march of its host. It is a great change that surely the presenter has a hard time assuming at first but surely she will be able to win high audiences.

‘TardeAr’ will be the new television space in which the presenter will take the lead and she is very excited about this new project but she will always remember her program: “19 seasons are a lifetime in the mornings of Telecinco. I have seen my life, my life, spend sitting on the set between January 10, 2005 and July 25, 2023,” she expressed to the various media. “We are going to transfer very little from ‘The AR program’ to ‘TardeAR’. I am not going to do the afternoon that we did because society and television have changed, nor am I going to do the morning, the morning has current demands that the afternoon does not have, “he explained.


This year is very special for the presenter. Ana Rosa had to be absent from her program for a long time to fight cancer, but now that she has passed the scare, she is more active than ever. “We are working on the project, but we still have a lot to do. We were not expecting an election now. They have altered absolutely everything for us,” she said about ‘TardeAR’.

What does Ana Rosa Quintana think of the abrupt departure from ‘Sálvame’? The presenter only has nice words for her colleagues. “It was a successful format. La Fábrica de la Tele are great content creators. Always different and original. We (Xelo and Ana Rosa) have experienced what it is like when a program ends. ‘Where are you, my heart?’, ‘Sabor a ti’… On television, none of us are here forever. The networks do not make decisions based on political impulses, but by audiences or changes in the cycle.”


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