Globo is the largest producer of entertainment in Latin America, producing about 260 telenovelas, hundreds of talk shows, series and other entertainment products. Telenovelas are the flagship station since the 60s. Famous titles such as "Irmãos Coragem", "Selva de Pedra", "Roque Santeiro", "Vale Tudo", "A Próxima Vítima", "Senhora do Destino", and the recent "Fina Estampa", "Avenida Brasil", "Cheias de Charme", "Lado a Lado", "Joia Rara", "Boogie Oogie" and more are popular in Brazilian language and in more than 170 countries.
Globo's telenovelas are displayed now in four tracks, and a special,"Vale a Pena Ver de Novo" with reruns and re-reruns of telenovelas. This article is an overview of the most famous telenovelas displayed by the network, and each track will have a separate article.
Twenty / twenty-one hours telenovelas
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From 1965 until 2011, Globo produced their main telenovelas with the nickname of "Eight o'clock novelas". But in 1990, with an increasing onslaught of TV Manchete, the schedule has been changed, and novels since gone on to be displayed at nine o'clock. A patch was released on the nickname from "Insensato Coração" (2011), and novels come to be called "Nine o'clock novelas"
Famous titles on tis track as "Irmãos Coragem", "Selva de Pedra", "Roque Santeiro", "Vale Tudo", "Meu Bem, Meu Mal", "A Próxima Vítima", "Laços de Família", "Mulheres Apaixonadas", "Senhora do Destino", "Caminho das Índias", and the recent "Fina Estampa", "Avenida Brasil" and "Amor à Vida".
Globo displays the twenty hours telenovelas since November 8, 1965, when it debuted "O Ébrio". This telenovelas track was interrupted during four periods in 1966, 1969, 1975 and 1983. Since 1983, twenty-hour telenovelas are displayed without any interruption.
The twenty-one hours telenovelas currently displayed is "O Outro Lado do Paraíso".
Nineteen hours telenovelas
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This track is displayed since August 3, 1965, when it premiered "Rosinha do Sobrado". There was an interruption in displaying 1966 to 1968. Since 1968, telenovelas of the nineteen hours are displayed without interruptions.
The nineteen hours telenovelas currently displayed is "Pega Pega".
Eighteen hours telenovelas
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This track is displayed since August 16, 1971, when it debuted the original version of "Meu Pedacinho de Chão". There was an interruption from 1973 to 1975. Since 1975, telenovelas of the eighteen hours are displayed without any interruption.
The eighteen hours telenovelas currently displayed is "Tempo de Amar".
Twenty-two / Twenty-three hours telenovelas
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This track, the twenty-two hours, there since the first day of the broadcast. On April 26, 1965, debuted "Ilusões Perdidas". The display of this track was interrupted in the same year, and later from 1976 to 1977, 1979 to 1983, 1984 to 1990, and last from 1991 until 2011. In 2011, Globo decides to revive the track, showing it to the twenty-three hours. Be displayed by a late opening, telenovelas of twenty-three hours have a greater adult content. The last was Liberdade, Liberdade (2016). It is marked by great successes such as "Gabriela", "O Bem Amado" (first telenovela shown in full color in Brazil), O Astro, Saramandaia and O Rebu.
Vale a Pena Ver de Novo telenovelas
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This track is displayed since May 5, 1980, when it debuted the reruns of original version of "Dona Xepa".
The Vale a Pena Ver de Novo telenovelas currently displayed is a re-reruns of "Senhora do Destino".
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