The telenovela produced by Caracol Televisión and Sony Pictures Televisión will be adapted in Greece by the Alpha TV channel.

Caracol Televisión announced the sale of the format of its telenovela La suegra to the Greek channel Alpha TV, which will make a local version of the series produced by Caracol Televisión and Sony Pictures Televisión.

“Caracol is proud of the local adaptation of its successful format La mother-in-law, produced for broadcast on Alpha TV by the production company Tanweer Productions,” announced Paloma García, Caracol’s Director of Sales for Europe and Africa.

“This production reinforces our presence in Greece in the fiction section and is proof that our titles are universal and can work in European territories. It is a real challenge for our creatives to continue developing stories that attract audiences from all over the world, especially in a highly competitive environment when it comes to fiction,” she added.

La suegra tells the life of Roxani Tavoulareas, who will have to manage to rebuild her life when she returns to her country after living in the United States. What she never imagined is that her family has its architecture office bankrupt, forcing her to put all her members on the waist and make them live under the same roof with the sole objective of giving them an unforgettable lesson.

Upon her arrival, the particular way of being of this woman will unleash a power struggle within the home with her daughters-in-law, sons-in-law and the rest of the family. In the midst of these confrontations, countless happy situations will appear and the humorous occurrences that will develop with each of the members of it.

The cast of the Colombian version was led by Cuban actress Jacqueline Arenal, Andrés Parra, Christian Tappan, Isabel Cristina Estrada, Mario Espitia, Laura Perico, María Cecilia Botero, Danilo Santos and Paula Barreto.

Along with the announcement of the sale of the La mother-in-law format, Caracol also revealed the sale of its series The Queen of the Indies and the Conqueror to Poland’s TVP1, which premiered this Monday, July 12.

“This premiere on TVP, Polish Public Television fills us with pride, a medium that is a benchmark in the Polish audiovisual market. This drama boasts extraordinary production values and a brilliant plot, so we are sure it will enrich your programming schedule and help you consolidate the success of the TVP brand in such a strong market in Central and Eastern Europe,” said Paloma García.