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Vencer El Miedo
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Making A Difference
In addition to the social impact of Vencer el Miedo, the show’s commercial success is undeniable. Vencer el Miedo was among the top three most-watched programs for viewers 13 to 21 years old and was broadcast in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and on Univision in the United States. At the 38th Annual TVyNovelas, Vencer el Miedo won four awards, including best first actor and best co-starring actress.
PMC co-produced Vencer el Miedo with Televisa in Mexico to increase contraceptive use among adolescents in Mexico, reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies, address domestic abuse and rape. This 47-episode television show aired from January 20 to March 22nd, 2020 in Spanish.
Vencer el Miedo aired on Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico, reaching over 3.5 million viewers each day. Vencer el Miedo was rated #1 in its timeslot and #1 for open TV nationwide by viewership. After its Mexican broadcast, Vencer el Miedo also aired in the United States, Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic, and more.
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Vencer el Miedo launched on July 20, 2020, at 7 p.m. PT/ET and 6 p.m. CT in the United States on Univision.
In celebration of the U.S. premiere, PMC produced a virtual event entitled “Latinas Unidas: Rising Together,” a panel discussion to address pressing issues affecting Latinx communities and the role of social impact entertainment. In addition to the issues covered in the television show, panel topics included racial justice, AfroLatin intersectionality, cultural norms, mental health, and women’s empowerment. Panelists representing healthcare, social impact organizations, content creation, and more were invited to speak to the broad range of issues on the panel, seen as one of many conversations needed to address the interests and needs of the Latinx community.