translated from Spanish: “Little Victoria” won the 2020 Rose D’Or Award for Best Soap Opera

The program “Little Victoria” was the winner of the 2020 Rose D’Or Award for Best Soap Opera; this was decided by a jury of 80 representatives of the global television industry.” This recognition is a testament to the entire team dedicated to producing quality content and reaffirms our commitment to creating stories that reflect real life and highlight the diversity and inclusion of our world,” Federico Cuervo, senior vice president and director of ViacomCBS International Studios (VIS) Americas, said in a statement.
For his part, filmmaker Daniel Burman, content director of The Mediapro Studio US and showrunner of the strip, said that “we are proud of the recognitions achieved by ‘Little Victoria’ and we very much thank the Rose D’Or Prize jury for awarding this project, an unreleased proposal that makes new models of families visible and confirms that diversity is not a trending topic , but a signal (positive and liberating) of our time.” Let’s remember that the strip created by Erika Halvorsen and starring Julieta Díaz, Natalie Pérez, Inés Estévez and Mariana Genesio Peña was also nominated for the International Emmy Awards, along with “The Bronze Garden” and “Thousand Hands for Argentina”. Following these recognitions, the holding company confirmed the start of production of “Little Victories, Lost on Earth”, a new season that will be available in Latin America in 2021 through Amazon Prime Video and in Argentina through Telefe.
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