Sold in Mexico in April of this year and with its premiere announced by just last month, Inseparables, amor al limite, the Mexican version of Dori Media’s format Power Couple, premiered to notable success.
The format made its debut in Mexico on Channel 5, ranking as the most watched broadcast on open TV in its time slot from May 27th to 30th, according to Nielsen.
The shocking premiere of the version made by Televisa, based on the Abot Hameiri format, adds to the long chain of local successes that this exciting and fun reality has registered globally.
Inseparables, amor al límte is hosted by Diego de Erice and features 12 couples competing in fun tests where they will test their love and mutual knowledge.
The Mexican adaptation consists of 40 episodes and airs Monday through Thursday at 8:30 p.m.
Nadav Palti, CEO & President of Dori Media Group, commented: “The success of Power Couple ratings across the globe demonstrates that it has all the ingredients needed to be a hit show, and the show’s popularity is indeed gaining momentum and becoming one of the biggest reality formats worldwide.”
“Together with Televisa, we are celebrating the ratings success of the first week of airing and expect it to continue and expand further across the US Hispanic region”.
Eduardo Clemesha, Entertainment Vice President of Televisa, commented: “We are very satisfied with the success achieved by Inseparables, amor al límite, in its premiere week in Mexico.”
“The adaptation we made from the successful format of Dori Media, confirms Televisa's ability to produce with the highest values and endorses our commitment to offer audiences the best and newest content”.
Power Couple gives couples extreme challenges to test how well they really know each other. In this game, couples can convert the closeness of their relationships and their knowledge of each other into big cash prizes.
The format has gained a huge success worldwide. After piloting in original in Israel it was sold in total to 10 countries, including Germany, Brazil, Hungary, Slovenia, South Africa, Portugal, India, China, Croatia and Mexico.