Mediaset, after so many months of waiting, has finally confirmed one of the most anticipated releases. We are talking, of course, about ‘El nombre de Rocío’, the second part of the Rocío Carrasco docuseries. On this occasion, Rocío Jurado’s daughter will talk about her family. We’re talking about a premiere for which colleagues from ‘Sálvame’, like Carmen BorregoThey have not hesitated to speak out.
The afternoon program of Telecinco was the protagonist. The reason? They had the opportunity to show a brief preview of ‘In the name of Rocío’. In it, we could see Rocío Carrasco herself saying the following: “It’s all here”, referring to the containers that kept documents with which she would demonstrate the reasons why he stopped having a close relationship with the Mohedano family.
In this docuseries, whose chapters 0 and 1 can be enjoyed on mitelePLUS next Friday, June 17, we will travel until June 1, 2006. We are talking about that fateful day in which Rocío Jurado passed away. It seems that this was the starting point for the family relationship to break into a thousand pieces.
More than a hundred hours of recording, a score of testimonies and dozens of boxes with unpublished documentation, make up the largest biographical exercise of Rocío Jurado to date 🤩
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Carmen Borrego, being one of Rocío Carrasco’s best friends, has lived in the first person many of the moments that will be explained in this docuseries. The collaborator of ‘Sálvame’, regarding ‘In the name of Rocío’, did not hesitate for a single second in making the following statement: “We are going to hallucinate”.
Far from everything being there, the little daughter of María Teresa Campos wanted to go much further: “Many things have been speculated but in reality and truth there has been little”. Gema López, listening to her partner, did not hesitate to ask her the following question: “Are these tremendous things?” Carmen Borrego’s response was forceful: “For me if”.
In addition, it did not take long to add something else: “It’s that when a woman decides not to have a relationship with her family, it’s not because one day she gets up and says ‘so far’. You can have a problem with a family member, with one, but when it’s with everyone, it’s because of something important.” Carmen Borrego did not take long to state what seemed like evidence: “It all comes from the inheritance.” There’s less left to enjoy, at mitelePLUS, the first installments of ‘In the name of Rocío’, the new docuseries by Rocío Carrasco.
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