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Archivado desde el original el 24 de julio de Huffington Post. Consultado el 22 de mayo de A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication. New York Post. Archivado desde el original el 1 de septiembre de Consultado el 7 de diciembre de Zap 2 It. Consultado el 8 de julio de Consultado el 23 de abril de The Mexican writer Fernando Buen Abad considered that the content was via for media terrorism, by focusing on the entertainment concept that brings the audience the orphan status of a minor, and the violence he is exposed to in the vecindad.
Also, his obesity is cause of him being a constant target of mockery by the other characters. Popis, whose predominant characteristic is her nasally voice, in one moment produced the nonconformity by one parent whom, in one of the tours by the cast, expressed that her form of speaking was a jab at kids who had the same problem. In spite of the previous critics, there were those who praised the content of the show.
Also, pointed out that one of the reasons for the radical success was in "what we see in the kids, animated, but real children in the manner of their relationships, reactions and expressions [ He also commented that the Hispanic population in the United States watches El Chavo del Ocho mainly due to " nostalgia " which entails watching Mexican productions in a country different from their own.
He noted in his reporting that the show keeps being successful due to being transmitted generation after generation. She reflected the possibility that its content constituted a metaphor regarding education and the nonexistent " inner child ". In , the Mexican association, A Favor de lo Mejor , gave the award "Qualitas" to El Chavo as "best entertainment show on Mexican television" and in , Televisa recognized the franchise as one of the most "productive brands in the company" in that year.
The rebroadcasts of the show have been viewed by more than 30 million viewers in at least 90 countries. In various countries, it achieved being one of the series most viewed by audiences, even when the content was a rebroadcast episode.
For example, in Chile , it was one of ten programs most viewed in , with In addition, it overcame the audience acquired by shows of distinct genre.
By the end of the s, it had an average of 13 quota points in Brazil, which represents an audience of approximately thousand viewers. In this country, it was broadcast for the first time in , once Silvio Santos acquired the rights for transmission. After its debut, it became an instant hit for SBT and surpassed the audience for its rival Rede Globo. This happens in a similar fashion in states of Mexico where in its beginning reached 55 and 60 points , Peru , Ecuador , Argentina and United States where it became the most viewed show in Spanish by audiences between 6 and 11 years old , among others.
The popularity the series generated allowed some of actors to present in their own circuses, on the national level as well as international. El Chavo del Ocho has been transmitted in televised chains in various countries of Latin America and the United States; until , it continued to distribute to at least 20 different countries, among them Mexico. The rebroadcasts have made him one of the most successful shows in the history of television, according to Forbes.
Their petitions acquired the continued broadcast by executives. El Chavo was recognized as "the Mickey Mouse of Mexican television", due to its success on the international level and its adaptation of the hit animated series in , the first animated production created by Televisa. These, along with others and full dialogues, were characterized as signs of identity of their respective characters in most of the episodes.
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