Curiosities of La Resistencia
David Broncano gets Andreu Buenafuente's dream
Andreu Buenafuente assured that his dream was to be able to perform a late show from a theater but he has always been forced to do it from a set. Now, David Broncano presents the same type of program from a theater produced by Buenafuente.
First late-late show in Spain
'La Resistencia' is the first late-late show on Spanish television. Issued on #0, El Terrat's production airs from Monday to Thursday behind Andreu Buenafuente's 'Late Motiv' in the first late night tandem in Spain.
Andreu Buenafuente produces 'The resistance'
After 3 seasons collaborating on 'Late Motiv', # 0 trusted David Broncano for this late-late show that forced him to leave the space of Andreu Buenafuente. The latter, through his production company El Terrat, produces the program of his former collaborator who he also previously produced 'Loco Mundo'.
Quequé made David Broncano debut
Between September 2008 and May 2009, Quequé presented in Cuatro 'These are not the news', a satirical information program. There David Broncano debuted as a collaborator through a section and, years later, it is Broncano who presents with Quequé as a collaborator.
David Broncano's third program with Quequé and Ignatius
'La Resistencia' is the third program presented by David Broncano and has the collaboration of Quequé and Ignatius Farray. Their professional relationship began on the radio program "La vida Moderna" on Cadena SER, a program on which they also do a theater show. Later, the 3 joined in #0's 'Loco Mundo' and now together again.