Record TV’s Brazilian adaptation of The Four topped the list of the shows that made the most buzz in social media last month across Latin America, according to The WIT.
The local adaptation of the singing competition format The Four, in which the four superstar-quality finalists are chosen in the very first episode, saw some 22,000 Facebook and Twitter comments.
Latina TV’s debut of El valor de la verdad in Peru drew around 21,000 tweets. The new local adaptation of the game show The Moment of Truth sees contestants hooked up to a lie-detector in front of friends and family and asked a tailored set of increasingly personal and risqué questions about their life in the hope of winning a cash prize.
Troca de Esposas on Record TV had nearly 10,000 social media comments. The local adaptation of the factual-entertainment format Wife Swap follows in each episode as two women from two different families swap husbands, children and homes for two weeks.
There were nearly 5,000 tweets surrounding the debut of El precio justo on Telefe in Argentina. The local adaptation of the classic game show The Price is Right follows as contestants are asked to guess the price of objects they are presented with.
Imagen TV in Mexico debuted Un poquito tuyo, an adaptation of the Chilean comedy telenovela Tranquilo Papá, to around 3,000 Facebook and Twitter comments.
Also in Mexico, Este es mi estilo launched on Azteca 1 and had about 2,000 tweets. In the local adaptation of the Turkish fashion competition format My Style Rocks, 11 women with a taste for fashion compete to determine which one has the best sense of style. They are judged by three fashion experts.
La Gloria de Lucho on Caracol in Colombia, a biopic telenovela on the life of ex-politician Luis Eduardo “Lucho” Díaz, also saw about 2,000 tweets.
Azteca 1’s local adaptation of the Turkish dating show Power of Love premiered in Mexico as El poder del amor, garnering around 1,000 social media comments.
Las Estrellas in Mexico premiered the biographical series Silvia Pinal… frente a ti, focused on the life of iconic Mexican actress Silvia Pinal, to around 1,000 tweets as well.
In the U.S. Hispanic market, Telemundo’s debut of Betty en NY, a version/modern retelling of the Colombian scripted format Yo soy Betty, la fea, drew nearly 1,000 tweets.