Ana Obregón received a big surprise on Días de tele on Wednesday, February 15. The actress visited the set of the La 1 space, where they spent part of the night talking about the great success of Ana and the seven. Viewers were able to remember the wedding from the final chapter, broadcast in 2005. Pablo González Batista pointed out that it is the most watched series in the RTVE archive on its digital platform.
Roberto Álvarez, who gave life to the protagonist's husband in fiction, connected by video call with the program and spoke with the interpreter. "My father always told me: 'Why don't you find a man like Fernando?'" she confessed.
The actor was not the only one of the title that appeared in the format. Obregón's jaw dropped to see that the format team had managed to assemble the cast of the series. "We are going to say hello to the seven," announced Julia Otero. The video call was joined by Noelia Ortega, Claudia Molina, the twins Alejandro and Guillermo Gallego, Aarón Guerrero, Ruth Rodríguez and Nerea García.
The guest admitted that she had not seen some of them for a long time: "I am in shock." She recalled some anecdotes from the recordings, such as that Álvarez filled the dressing room with candies to bribe the Gallego brothers and give them as a prize if they did not make a mistake in their takes. Guerrero said that they have a WhatsApp group that they use to keep in touch and congratulate their birthdays: "We should see each other more."
Obregón made a quick review of those in charge of giving life to the little ones in the series and highlighted that some have already had children. All were willing to participate in a possible continuation of Ana and the seven. "As we are already very old, Ana and I would already have grandchildren and almost great-grandchildren," said Álvarez. "It would be Ana and the 17", added the interviewee as a possible title.
Días de tele taught that Ana and the Seven had been adapted in Mexico, Italy and Portugal. Spectators were able to see fragments of the international versions of the fiction. Ana Obregón declared: "What is incredible and makes you excited is to see that something that you have written, that you have created, has been sold in so many countries."
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