5:44 am - Saturday March 25, 2017

Azteca America presents “Todo o Nada”‏

As part of its La Hora Ganadora programming block, Azteca America presents the premiere of Todo o Nada, a family game show hosted by Mauricio Barcelata.  This daily show will be packed with fun challenges that give participants the opportunity to win big prizes.  Todo o Nada, part of La Hora Ganadora, Monday through Friday at 7:00 pm/ 6:00 pm C.

La Hora Ganadora is a new space set aside for the best games shows on Azteca.  Its purpose is to bring wholesome family entertainment to Latin households.  This new evening programming block has brought us offerings such as El Rival Más Débil, a general-knowledge game show hosted by Lola Cortés, and Baila si Puedes, a dance competition show in which celebrities show off their dancing abilities, which draws to a close next Sunday.

Todo o Nada is a game show for audiences of all ages.  Challenges unfold quickly and simply in games with different themes, all played for many high-quality prizes.

The concept involves the participation of up to ten players, each of whom will take a turn to overcome a challenge.  They will each only have one chance to win the prize for that game.

Each day may see several winners for a game. Prizes will include electronics, appliances, and even an automobile.

Charismatic host and actor Mauricio Barcelata will guide this entertaining program.

Mauricio Barcelata has had an extensive career in theater and television.  He has acted in telenovelas including Quererte Así alongside Aura Cristina Geithner and Bernie Paz
and La Loba with Ivonne Montero and Mauricio Islas.  He has demonstrated his hosting abilities on shows such as Venga la Alegría and La Academia Kids, among others.

As a stage actor, Mauricio Barcelata has excelled in plays such as Baño de Mujeres, La Dama de Negro (The Woman in Black), Vaselina (Grease), andAventurera, in which
he played the role of “Bugambilia.”

Don’t miss Todo o Nada, part of La Hora Ganadora, premiering Monday, June 22 at 7:00 pm/ 6:00 C on Azteca America.

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