Televisa and Univision Adapt Keep It In The Family by ITV

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by @todotvnews the 03/05/2018
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Both networks will premiere the new game show, Al final… todo queda en familia, the local adaptation of British format Keep It In The Family by ITV Studios.

By Enrique de la Rosa, from Mexico City
 
Aired between 2014 and 2015 in the UK by ITV and adapted in Germany by RTL, British game show Keep It In The Family will arrive in Mexico and the US through Televisa and Univision.
 
Both broadcasters will premiere the format under the title Al final… todo queda en familia on Sunday, May 6. It will be 10 episodes which will air simultaneously on both countries.
 
"Al final… todo queda en familia is a great game show format. Two families compete for several prizes through six dynamics and then two celebrities will offer them gifts," said Eduardo Suárez, the show's producer.
 
"By the end of the show, the family with the highest score and the most presents will move on to the final round, where they can compete for a car, a trip, an experience or appliances," he added.
 
Alan Tacher, the host of the show, added the families will be made up by four members. "It's a very fun show, with loads of rhythm," he said.
 
Jorge Yahir Vega Morales, associate producer, revealed they've been working on the adaptation and set since September of last year, since it's an ambitious format with a great set.
 
"It's a set designed in Germany. We brought it to Mexico and adapted it, modifying the model. It cost millions of pesos," he said. "We've been polishing details for the set since September," he added.
 
Al final...todo queda en familia will air at 7:00pm in the US on Univision and at 9:00pm in Mexico on Las Estrellas. It will be hosted by Alan Tacher and Ximena Córdoba.
 
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