Sunday, 12 July 2020

La “Prepago” Nominated For Best Foreign Production Airs In Costa Rica Nightly

The successful Colombian telenovela, “La Prepago”, has been nominated the best Colombian production abroad,  is aired in Costa Rica daily at 10:00pm on local channel 7, and its star, Lilo de la Vega, has won the hearts of viewers with her “picardia (naughtiness) and sensuality.

 

la-prepago_poster_serie1The novela is a Colombian original series produced by Sony Pictures Television for RCN television.

Inspired by a true story and produced entirely on location, La Prepago focuses on the story of a woman who leads a doubel life: one the one hand a beautiful college student with a normal romantic life and traditional family, and secondly, the an escort.

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The plot of the story is of a university student who, out of economic necessity decides to be a sexual companion hidden from her family and her boyfriend, that then becomes involved in the death of a powerful politician.

The novela was originally to have aired at 9:00pm, however, viewer criticism that the content was not apt for minors, forced the Teletica to move the airing to 10.

Editor’s note: The word “prepago” (prepaid) is used in Colombia to refer to a prostitute, escort or any person who offers sexual favours for payment. Since payment for sexual favours are usually in advance, hence “prepago”.

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