Antena 3 The longest-running series on television comes to an end: goodbye to Amar is forever

The historic daily series of Antena 3 Amar es para siempre comes to an end

Antena 3 The longest-running series on television comes to an end: goodbye to Amar is forever

The historic daily series of Antena 3 Amar es para siempre comes to an end. After 11 years and nearly 2,700 episodes broadcast, the longest-running fiction on television will close with its final episodes after a highly successful career on television in Spain. An absolute benchmark in the national audiovisual sector, Amar es para siempre has become one of the most iconic productions on television.

Loving is forever will say goodbye through the front door. This season, it is the leading daily after-dinner series (with an average of 11.2% and 1,038,000 viewers). These last episodes of Amar es para siempre arrive full of twists, emotions, new characters and will close the plots that all the followers are waiting for.

The series has marked a milestone in Spanish fiction, as it has contributed to the development and strengthening of the audiovisual industry in Spain.

Its 11 years of daily broadcast have meant that it has not stopped reinventing itself with new plots, new sets and characters. It has succeeded El Secreto de Puente Viejo as the most watched Spanish desktop series.

Every year, Antena 3's daily fiction has been able to attract the most recognized professionals in the industry, be a platform and showcase for new talent, generate viral phenomena and turn Plaza de los Frutos into one of the most iconic places in Spanish fiction.

His vocation to always seek and find the best stories for his audience has allowed Amar es para siempre to be synonymous with success and loyalty for more than a decade. Virtually the entire population knows the series as it has more than 41 million contacts, which means that nine out of ten Spaniards have seen the fiction at some point.

Since its premiere on January 14, 2013, Amar es para siempre was a notable boost for its strip, making it grow from day one. Fiction has gathered every afternoon a historical average of 1.4 million viewers and a 12.5% ​​share. In addition, it averages the figure of 2.5 million unique viewers daily and stands out in an outstanding way among the female audience (14.5%).

Throughout these almost eleven years, Amar es para siempre has had more than 1,600 actors and 28,000 extras for whom more than 7,000 different costumes have been used.

And in order to provide the stories with realism, 300 sets have been built and 41,300 sequences have been shot with 162,000 minutes of broadcast. All of this recorded in facilities with two 1,500 m2 sets and another 1,000 m2 outdoor set where the mythical Plaza de los Frutos and two other streets are built.

Amar es para siempre is already preparing its last episodes on Antena 3. These last episodes will develop very special and emotional plots, there will be reunions, unexpected love stories, new events and investigations, and will close the story of one of the most beloved families in recent years such as Los Asturianos.

Fiction has for this latest installment some of its most iconic characters played by Itziar Miranda, Manuel Baqueiro and José Antonio Sayagués, better known as Manolita, Marcelino and Pelayo.

The final episodes of Amar es para siempre are set in 1982 with the arrival of the Quevedos in the Plaza de los Frutos to open a textile business with the ambition of turning this company into a benchmark in the world of fashion. This new family is connected to the Gómez family through an event that occurred 15 years ago related to his daughter Lola, who will return to settle in the neighborhood again.

In 11 seasons, Amar es para siempre has traveled a total of 22 real years in time, narrating, through its plots, the most important moments in recent Spanish history.

The series began in 1960, with the country plunged into a convulsive and complicated moment, both politically and socially, where the ravages caused by the Civil War and the Franco dictatorship were still palpable.

Over the years, the plots evolved at the same time that the real Spanish history did; And with this, the mentality and what was lived inside the Plaza de los Frutos began to change.

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