) is a 2012 Argentinetelenovelawhich was broadcast byTelefefrom March 12 to December 19. The plot concerns a group of people who graduated from high school in 1989 and reunite twenty years later. The main character, Andrs Goddzer (Daniel Hendler), discovers thatMara Laura FalsiniNancy Dupla) was pregnant in 1989 and married Pablo Catneo (Luciano Cceres), who thought that he was the childs father. The resulting parental dispute, the love triangle of the main characters and 1980s nostalgia are frequent plot elements, and story arcs related to school bullying and LGBT rights are also featured. The frequent flashbacks of the characters to their high-school days use the same actors, playing teenagers.
The series, written bySebastin Ortega, was produced byEndemolandUnderground producciones. AlthoughAndy Kusnetzoffwas offered the lead-character role, Hendler was cast when Kusnetzoff turned it down (the latter joined the cast several months later as another character). The telenovela featured cameos and guest appearances byArgentine rockmusicians and other celebrities.Graduadoswas widely successful, prevailing in the ratings over the blockbustercompetitive danceprogramShowmatchand the telenovelaSos mi hombre. Although it received the 2012Golden Martn Fierro award, seven otherMartn Fierro Awardsand tenTato Awards(including Program of the Year), plans for theatrical and film adaptions were abandoned. The telenovelas proposed second season was renamedViudas e hijos del Rock and Roll, with most of the cast and similar storylines. Local versions of the series have been made in Chile, Colombia, Greece and Serbia.
A group of high-school students graduates in 1989.Mara Laura Falsini(Nancy Dupla) is the girlfriend ofPablo Catneo(Luciano Cceres), the school bully. When Mara Laura sees Pablo having sex in the bathroom with another girl during the graduation party, she leaves the party.Andrs Goddzer(Daniel Hendler) accompanies her, and they have sex in his car. Mara Laura becomes pregnant and her father,Clemente Falsini(Juan Leyrado), owner of McCan, a successful dog-food company, orders her to marry Pablounaware of her encounter with Andrs.
The first episode then makes atimeskipfrom 1989 to 2012. Pablo works for Clementes company, and Andrs is a slacker without a stable job who works asdog walker. Mara Laura hires Andrs by chance, and remembers their 1989 encounter; a DNA test confirms that Andrs (not Pablo) is the father of her son, Martn. These events give the series its basic plot: Andrs tries to adjust to his newly discovered paternity, Pablo resents his intrusion, Martn tries to stay on good terms with both of them and Mara Laura begins a romance with Andrs. Pablo cheats on her withPatricia Longo(Isabel Macedo), Clementes wife and secretary. She becomes pregnant by Pablo, but claims that Clemente is her sons father.
Andrs family is Jewish. His parents areElas(Roberto Carnaghi) andDana(Mirta Busnelli), and his sisterGabriela(Violeta Urtizberea) works at McCan and has been unlucky in love. Andrs maintains his friendship with two high-school classmates:Benjamn Tuca Pardo(Mex Urtizberea) andVernica Diorio(Julieta Ortega), who runs a radio station which plays 1980s Argentine rock music. Mara Laura keeps in touch with her best friend in high school: psychiatristVictoria Laura(Paola Barrientos), a single woman looking for a couple with whom to have a surrogate child.Guillermo Almada(Juan Gil Navarro), another classmate, takes a job at McCan andcomes outduring a meeting of the graduates. Clementes wife Patricia is, unknown to everybody else, another classmate. Obese at school, she lost weight and changed her face and name.
Patricias secret is slowly revealed to the other characters. Pablo learns her true identity in the series finale, and they stay together. Andrs and Maria Laura leave the city; Victoria has a son with Tuca; Elas and Dana open aknishshop and Gabriela marries her neighbor, Marito (Alan Sabbagh). The series ends with a party hosted by the school for the 1989 graduates, similar to the graduation party in the first episode.
Main article:List of Graduados characters
The main character, Andrs is a dog walker and a fan of 1980s Argentine rock music. With Tuca and Vero, he refuses to take a steady job and tries to keep his teenage rebelliousness alive.
Known as Loli, she has sex with Andrs on their graduation night in 1989. Eighteen years later, she realizes that Andrs (not her husband, Pablo) is Martns father.
The school bully, he married his girlfriend Loli after graduation when he was apparently responsible for her pregnancy.
An obese girl who was bullied at school, she lost weight and changed her name from Jimena Benitez to Patricia Longo.
Vero is a tomboy who has remained friends with Andy and Tuca since high school. She operates a pirate radio station, which plays 1980s music.
Tuca is a millionaire who hosts parties and does not take anything seriously.
A psychologist who has been Mara Lauras best friend since high school.
The son of Loli, he discovered that his true father is Andy and not Pablo.
Andrs sister tries to attend university and keep a job.
Owner of the McCan company and Lolis father
Andrs father, who owns a clothing shop
A gay man, who comes out at a class reunion
Graduadosrefers frequently to the 1980s(the decade in which the main characters attended high school), using 1980s Argentine slang and flashbacks to evokenostalgia. The series uses1980s musicin particular, Argentine rockand several Argentine musicians made cameo appearances.Graduadoswas part of a trend in 2012 Argentine television toward nostalgia.According to Argentine consumer-trends consultant Ximena Daz Alarcn, The 80s are nowadays far enough to be idealized and close enough to laugh about the earlier versions of oneself.Psychologist and consumer-trends consultant Mariela Mociulsky also suggested that the shows structure invited viewers to compare their lives with the plans they made when they were younger.
Graduadoshad scripts written by Ernesto Korovsky, Silvina Frejdkes and Alejandro Quesada. Although it was primarily a comedy, it also had a dramatic approach to LGBT rights and school bullying. InClarn, Adriana Schettini praised its transitions from dramatic to comic scenes, its acting and scripts and its faithfulness to the characters profiles.
Graduadoswas created bySebastin Ortegawith the working title ofEl paseaperros(Spanish:The Dog Walker),a planned miniseries about a character and his group of friends. The writers gradually expanded the storyline, incorporating more characters and story arcs.Although Andy Kusnetzoff turned down a starring role in the show because of his work at Radio Metro, he made cameo appearances in six episodes and later became a regular character.Mike Amigorenawas offered the lead-protagonist and lead-antagonist roles, but declined both.Relative unknownDaniel Hendlerwas finally selected to play Andrs;he had already been cast as the secondary character Tuca, who was played byMex Urtizbereaafter Hendler was recast as Andrs.The character of Vernica Diorio was initially written for actressVernica Lozano, who turned down the role.Julieta Ortega, initially cast as Victoria Laura, replaced Lozano and Victoria was played by stage actressPaola Barrientos.rica RivasandLudovico Di Santoalso turned down roles in the series and their characters were played byNancy DuplaandMarco Antonio Caponi, respectively.
Juan Leyradoplayed a grandfather for the first time in his career. Unlike the usual telenovela grandfather (a secondary character), his character has a prominent role and his own story arcs. Leyrado, who was 60 years old when the series was made, said that he was still active in his personal life and played the character according to his own experiences., who played Walter Mao, said he was proud that his character did not conform tostereotypes of Asian people.
Although Mex andVioleta Urtizbereaare father and daughter, Violeta accepted a role in the series without knowing that her father was also part of the cast and asked him to respect her space. Although they played characters of similar ages, they rarely have joint scenes.Julieta Ortega said that she has nothing in common with her character in the series.Juan Gil Navarro, who appeared in the television dramaLa Dueñaat the same time, said that although he does not normally appear in comedies he followed his wifes suggestion.
Isabel Macedo had played several villains, including inFloricienta, and took the Patricia Longo-Jimena Benitez role because it was something she had not done before. Although Patricias past identity as Jimena was intended to be a secret for only ten episodes, Macedo insisted that the mystery should be maintained for a longer time. She read about victims of school bullying to inform her character and declined other work during the year to stay focused on the series, becoming emotionally attached to her character.
The series includes a homosexual character, Guillermo Almada (Juan Gil Navarro), who came out in the early episodes and later married his partner in a ceremony featuring guest appearances byEvangelina SalazarandLuis Brandoni. This was the first fictionalsame-sex marriageon Argentine television since it was legalized in 2010, reflected the growing acceptance of sexual freedom in Argentina.Another character, Patricia Longo, was anobesegirl who was a victim ofschool bullying. Isabel Macedo had to be heavily made up to appear obese for the flashbacks.Patricia was initially the telenovelas villain, with the bullying her motivation for inflicting revenge on her former classmates.The episode in which she reveals her true identity was well received.
The high-school years of the main characters are depicted inflashbacks, a recurring element. For comic effect, the flashbacks were filmed with the actors who played the adult characters instead of younger actors.One episode includes a reenactment of the 1980s game showFeliz domingo para la juventud, with an appearance by hostSilvio Soldn.This episode also features a guest appearance by Andy Kusnetzoff, who later joined the regular cast.Another episode has a flashback set inItalpark, an Argentine theme park which closed in 1990. Since the Italpark rides are now inLujn, the production moved there to shoot those scenes.
One episode includes a flashback toSan Carlos de Bariloche, the location of the graduation trip (an Argentinepromtradition).Pablo Echarrimade a guest appearance as the trips coordinator,and fans of the show were selected in an internet competition to join the trip to Bariloche asextras.Another flashback features thePumper Nicfast-food restaurant and a guest appearance by sportswriterJuan Pablo Varsky.Not all flashbacks are focused on the 1980s or high school; some are events from a characters adolescence, such as theshotgun weddingof Mara Laura and Pablo or her15th birthday.
The program uses 1980s music (usually Argentine rock) extensively, and several Argentine musicians from the decade were invited to make cameo appearances.Charly Garcaappears in one episode, discussing the lyrics of his songInconciente colectivo(Collective Unconscious) with the characters.Fito Pezappears in a flashback, meeting Mara Laura during a sound check and asking her opinion of his new song 11 y 6.Pez resurrected his 1980s look, which differs slightly from his current appearance.
MusicianEmanuel Ortega, brother of producer Sebastin Ortega, appeared (as himself) as Victoria Lauras patient.Similar plots were used in other episodes, with guest stars appearing as themselves; Victoria Lauras character became a psychologist with famous clients, such as soccer playerMartn Palermo,tennis playerGastn Gaudio,modelLuciana Salazarand soccer agentGuillermo Coppola.All performing members of the Ortega family made cameos on the series.
Bahiano, the former singer ofLos Pericos, made a cameo appearance in theSpring Dayepisode and played El ritual de la banana (Ritual of the Banana, Los Pericos first hit). Bahiano left the band in 2005, and did not maintain a good relationship with them. Los Pericos sent acease and desistletter to the production team and complained on Twitter about the episode. Bahiano dismissed their reaction as jealousy.The Spring Day episode also included a cameo byLos Twist, who played their hit El estudiante (The Student).The scene, filmed inTigre, also included a cameo byLalo Mir.
Holidays (such as Spring Day) were part of the plot of an episode aired that day, unless the holiday fell over a weekend. Since the Goddzers are aJewish family, Jewish holidays are included. On July 18 the1994 AMIA bombing, when theArgentine Israelite Mutual Associationwas destroyed in a terrorist attack, was mentioned when Elas said he would attend the annual protest of the unsolved cases handling.Minor Jewish characters (such as relatives and friends) returned forRosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year celebration.Its Jewish characters and the number of Argentine and Latin American expatriates in Israel helpedGraduadosobtain good ratings in Israel.
The first episode ofGraduadoswas a ratings success, scoring nearly 28points.Subsequent episodes continued to receive high ratings andEl Trece, Telefes main rival for prime-time ratings, competed withGraduadosby moving its blockbuster programShowmatchan hour earlier (oppositeGraduados). The move was unsuccessful, withGraduadosmore highly rated thanShowmatchbefore and after the change.Showmatchreturned to its original time slot and El Trece aired a new series,Sos mi hombre, oppositeGraduados.Sos mi hombres premiere episode was outscored byGraduados, 26 to 18.4; according to El Trece this was not a disappointment, since its target rating was 17-19 points.Graduadosmaintained its lead in the ratings for the rest of the season.
It was amulti-targetsuccess, with an audience not limited to viewers in their forties as the focus on 1980s nostalgia might have indicated. This countered a contemporary trend in series television to target a specific audience demographic.The plots include characters and situations for all ages, and the series general tone is family-friendly. Although it includes a number of flashbacks, the scripts did not limit the actors to a 1980s viewpoint; according to consultant Mariela Mociulsky, the show reflects more modern realities (such as men showing their emotions and women having greater autonomy in their lives) than TV shows of the 1980s did.
The series finale was broadcast from theGran Rex Theaterin a ceremony attended by fans who obtained tickets in a raffle on the Telefe website.The cast (except for Ortega and Urtizberea, who were out of the country) attended the performance, watching the episode from a VIP room in the theater, appearing on stage after the episode ended to thank the audience.Also in attendance were actors and musicians who had made guest appearances on the show during the year, includingPablo Ruiz(the singer ofVilma Palma e Vampiros),Sandra Mihanovich, Luciana Salazar,Luisa AlbinoniandMax Berliner.
In February 2013 Sebastian Ortega and the cast agreed to produce another season ofGraduadosafter a year off, and Telefe had begun negotiations to bring the series back.The project became a new telenovela,Viudas e hijos del Rock and Roll, which would employ similar themes and most of the cast. Nancy Dupla left the project, with Paola Barrientos replacing her as the female lead.
Graduadosreceived 12Tato Awardsfrom 20 nominations on November 17, 2012, including the special award for Television program of the year.Graduadoswas nominated for daily serial, fiction production, actress in a daily serial (Nancy Dupla), arts and images in a fiction program and soundtrack, winning in all those categories.Nominations for new actor, actor in a daily serial, supporting actor in a daily serial and supporting actress in a daily serial were shared.The new-actor award nominees fromGraduadoswere Mercedes Scapola, Gastn Soffritti and the winner, Chang Kim Sung.Luciano Cceres and Daniel Hendler were nominated for the actor in daily drama award, won by Hendler.Roberto Carnaghi, nominated with Juan Leyrado and Mex Urtizberea, received the Best Supporting Actor in a Daily Serial Award.Paola Barrientos was the best supporting actress in a daily serial; her fellow nominees were Isabel Macedo, Mirta Busnelli and Violeta Urtizberea.The series was nominated for the best fiction director and script awards, both won by the telenovelaEl hombre de tu vida.Producer Sebastian Ortega refused to attend the ceremony to avoidMarcelo Tinelli, with whom he had an ongoing dispute.With a total of 11 awardsGraduadoswas the most successful production at the ceremony, followed byEl hombre de tu vidaandLa voz argentinawith four awards each.
The series received 14 nominations forMartn Fierro Awardsand won eight, including theGolden Award.It won awards for best daily serial, production, writing and opening theme,and was nominated for best direction(won byJuan Jos CampanellaforEl hombre de tu vida).Daniel Hendler and Luciano Cceres were nominated for best lead actor in a daily serial,which Hendler won.Paola Barrientos was the best supporting actress in a daily serial,with Mirta Busnelli also nominated.Isabel Macedo and Nancy Dupla were nominated as best lead actress in a daily serial, and Macedo (not Dupla, as expected by the cast) won. Chang Sung Kim, Jenny Williams (new actor), Andy Kusnetzoff, Betiana Blum (guest appearance), Mex Urtizberea and Roberto Carnaghi (supporting actor in daily drama) also received nominations.
In 2012 the use ofhashtagsin television was new in Argentina, and programs had limited interaction with social networks. Although in August 2012Showmatchhad a higher number oftweetsthanGraduados(despite trailing it in the ratings),by OctoberGraduadoswas the 2012 Argentine TV program with the highest number of tweets (averaging 244,540 per episode).Showmatchwas second, with an average of 203,922 tweets per episode. As of October 14, September 3 was the day with the greatest number of tweets for a single episode (47,357).
A September 2012 analysis of tweets found thatGraduadoswas the Argentine television program most frequently mentioned. The most popular characters were Vero Diorio, Dany Goddzer, Pablo Catneo, Guillermo Almada, Tuca and Vicky Laura. Several unofficial Twitter accounts were created by fans and modeled after the characters; the best known was @Jimena_Benitez_ (Patricia Longos supposed account), with 12,765 followers.
The producers ofGraduadosreleased acompilation albumof music used in the series. It features the theme song, composed byTan Binica, and 1980s Argentine rock hits as background music. Musicians appearing on the album areSoda StereoLos Fabulosos Cadillacs, Charly Garca,SumoVirusRal PorchettoAndrs CalamaroLos VioladoresSuterandLos Ratones Paranoicos.The first CD wentgoldin Argentina,encouraging Telefe andSony Music Entertainmentto release a second CD of soft songs by international artists. Artists on the second CD areBonnie TylerEuropePaul YoungJimmy HarnenSpandau BalletDoverMartikaThe Alan Parsons ProjectTotoThe BanglesCyndi LauperBad EnglishAir SupplyandBilly Joel.
As the series wound down, Telefe considered a theatrical version for the 2013 summer season. It would have been similar to a 2010 version by the producers ofValientes, but the cast had other commitments. Telefe then asked series creator Sebastian Ortega to make a film.Negotiations were confirmed by producer Pablo Culell, who said that although Underground produces television series it can also produce stage plays and films.
Chilevisinproduced a Chilean version of the series,Graduados, historias que no se olvidan(Graduates: Unforgettable Stories). The first remake produced by the station, it starredFernanda Urrejola, Marcial Tagle andRicardo Fernndezand its soundtrack features Chilean bands (such as Upa andLos Prisioneros) and Argentine bands successful in Chile (such as Soda Stereo, Charly Garca and Virus). The production tries to reflect 1980s Chilean life in a broad appeal to audiences.AColombian versiondebuted onRCN Televisinon September 18, 2014to low ratings.Symmathites, a Greek version, airs onAntenna TV.In Mexico,TV Aztecabought the rights for a local version in production as of November 2013[update].The original telenovela has aired inPanamaEl SalvadorandNicaragua.A Serbian version debuted onPrva Srpska Televizijaon September 25, 2017 titledIstine i laži(Truths and lies).
Arranc Graduados[Graduados began] (in Spanish). Todo Noticias. March 12, 2012
La nostalgia se puso de moda[Nostalgia is trendy] (in Spanish). Clarn. November 17, 2012
Clarisa Herrera (October 29, 2012).¿Por qu nos cautiv el revival de Graduados?[Why did the Graduados revival impressed us?].
Hoy los 80 estn lo suficientemente lejos como para ser idealizados y lo suficientemente cerca como para rerse de las versiones anteriores de uno mismo
Adriana Schettini (December 4, 2012).Graduados: Risas y llantos[Graduados: Laughs and tears] (in Spanish). Clarn
Alicia Petti (October 15, 2012).Andy Kusnetzoff: Me gustan los desafos
[Andy Kusnetzoff: I like the challenges].
Charla con dos de los autores de Graduados, Silvina Frejdkes y Alejandro Quesada[Talk with two of the author of Graduados, Silvina Frejdkes and Alejandro Quesada] (in Spanish). El laboratorio del guin
[Andy Kusnetzoff is a graduado] (in Spanish). Clarn. June 8, 2012
Los que no fueron[The ones that could not be] (in Spanish). m.ar
Nicols Coppa (May 23, increble historia de un galn que padece el xito[The incredible history of a galan who suffers the success] (in Spanish). Paparazzi
Silvina Lamazares (August 16, 2012).Juan Leyrado: Me siento como en un viaje de egresados
[Juan Leyrado: I feel like in a prom trip] (in Spanish). Clarn
Mara Noel Scanarotti (October 25, 2012).El Chino de Graduados, una revelacin impensada[The Chinese of Graduados, an unexpected revelation] (in Spanish). Clarn
Carola Birgin and Violeta Gorodischer (May 18, 2012).Violeta Urtizberea: Uso el humor para quitarle drama a la vida
[Violeta Urtizberea: I use the humor to remove the drama of my life] (in Spanish). Oh La La
Violeta Gorodischer and Soledad Simond (March 15, 2012).Charla de chicas con Julieta Ortega[Girls talk with Julieta Ortega] (in Spanish). Oh La La
Marisol Parnofiello (May 27, 2012).Este personaje es la puerta a la adultez[This character is the door to adulthood] (in Spanish). Clarn
Sandra Commisso (November 3, 2012).Isabel Macedo: Le estoy dejando mi vida al personaje
[Isabel Macedo: Im giving my life for the character] (in Spanish). Clarn
Adriana Schettini (October 10, 2012).Mucho ms que boda gay[Much more than a gay marriage] (in Spanish). Clarn
Vernica Dema (December 27, 2012).¿Los argentinos estn graduados en respeto a la diversidad sexual?[Are the Argentines graduated in respect to sexual freedom?].
¿Isabel Macedo se comi todo?[Did Isabel Macedo eat everything?].
La conmovedora actuacin de Isabel Macedo[The touching acting of Isabel Macedo] (in Spanish). Todo Noticias. October 31, 2012
Graduados revela el baile real de Andy Kusnetzoff en Feliz Domingo[Graduados reveal the real dance of Andy Kusnetzoff in Feliz Domingo] (in Spanish). La Capital. June 18, 2012
Graduados recuerda lo que fue el Italpark[Graduados remember the Italpark].
Los Graduados suman conflictos con su viaje a Bariloche[The Graduates add conflicts with their trip to Bariloche] (in Spanish). La Gaceta. June 23, 2012
Graduados: ahora, todos pueden volver a Bariloche[Graduados: Now, everybody can return to Bariloche].
Gonzalo Heredia, un adicto al sexo[Gonzalo Heredia, addicted to sex].
Nancy Dupla volvi a festejar sus 15[Nancy Dupla celebrated her 15 again].
El cameo de Charly Garca en Graduados[Charly Garcas cameo in Graduados].
Fito Pez visit a los Graduados[Fito Pez visited the Graduados].
Vuelve el Fito Pez de los 80[The 1980s Fito Pez returns] (in Spanish). Clarn. September 7, 2012
[Another Ortega in Graduados] (in Spanish). Clarn. August 7, 2012
Visitas de ficcin[Visitors in fiction] (in Spanish). Clarn. July 12, 2012
Gran rating, revelacin y…Guillermo Cppola[Great rating, revelation and… Guillermo Cppola] (in Spanish). Clarn. July 17, 2012
La participacin hot de Luciana Salazar en Graduados[The hot role of Luciana Salazar in Graduados].
Van llegando ms visitas[There are more visits coming] (in Spanish). Clarn. November 15, 2012
El revival de los 80 en Graduados reabre heridas en Pericos[The 80s revival in Graduados reopens wounds in Los Pericos] (in Spanish). Clarn. September 25, 2012
Graduados sigue festejando la primavera, ahora con Pipo Cipolatti[Graduados keeps celebrating the spring, now with Pipo Cipolatti].
Graduados: la divertida participacin de Pipo Cipolatti[Graduados: the entertaining role of Pipo Cipolatti] (in Spanish). La Voz del Interior. September 25, 2012
En Graduados recordaron el atentado de la AMIA[In Graduados they remembered the AMIA attack] (in Spanish). Infobae. July 18, 2012
Nathan Burstein (September 20, 2012).Popular Argentine TV show observes Rosh Hashanah.
Graduados tambin triunfa en Israel[Graduados triumphs in Israel as well] (in Spanish). La Opinin juda
Graduados volvi a ganarle a ShowMatch[Graduados defeated Showmatch again].
Guerra de titanes: Telefe vs. El Trece[Clash of titans: Telefe vs. El Trece] (in Spanish). Los Andes. June 26, 2012
Graduados, un imbatible del prime time[Graduados undefeatable in the prime time].
Graduados, la mejor ficcin de 2012[Graduados, the 2012 fiction].
Dolores Graña (December 22, 2012).Graduados, el ltimo estertor de la TV familiar[Graduados, the last bastion of the family-friendly TV].
El final ser con una fiesta[The ending will be with a party] (in Spanish). Clarn. December 17, 2012
Graduados: El diploma a la emocin[Graduados: the degree for emotion] (in Spanish). Clarn. December 20, 2012
La despedida de Graduados fue una fiesta llena de lgrimas[The farewell of Graduados was a party full of tears].
ChichiMento (February 22, 2013).Maradona quiere llevar a juicio a Ventura[Maradona wants to file Ventura].
El espritu Graduados para la nueva tira 2014 de Sebastin Ortega: el elenco[The Graduados spirit for the new 2014 telenovela by Sebastin Ortega: the cast] (in Spanish). Rating Cero. October 19, 2013
Nadia Barreiro (November 18, 2012).Premios Tato 2012: Graduados gan como Mejor Programa del Año[Tato awards 2012: Graduados won as the best TV program of the year] (in Spanish). Ciudad
Todos los nominados a los Premios Tato 2012[All the nominations to the 2012 Tato Awards] (in Spanish). Ciudad
Y el ganador es…[And the winner is…] (in Spanish). Clarn. November 18, 2012
Sebastin Ortega y un palo para Tinelli: No fui a los premios Tato para no cruzarme con cierta gente
[Sebastin Ortega and a pun for Tinelli: I did not attend the Tato awards to avoid meeting certain people] (in Spanish). MinutoUno. November 20, 2012
Natalia Trzenko (November 19, 2012).Graduados, el gran triunfador de los premios Tato[Graduados, the great winner of the Tato awards].
Graduados se qued con el Martn Fierro de Oro[Graduados seized the Golden Martn Fierro Award].
Todos los nominados a los Martn Fierro 2013[All the nominations for the Martn Fierro 2013].
En las redes, ShowMatch es ms que Graduados[In the networks, Showmatch is more than Graduados].
Dolores Graña (October 14, 2012).Veo, luego twitteo: lleg el rating social[I see, then I tweet: the social rating has arrived].
El CD de Graduados, una recopilacin de xitos de los 80[The Graduados CD, a compilation of 80s hits] (in Spanish). TeleFama. October 12, 2012
Ahora tambin Disco de Oro[Now Gold albumb as well] (in Spanish). Clarn. August 9, 2012
Se viene el segundo disco de Graduados: ahora los lentos[The second album of Graduados is coming: now the soft songs] (in Spanish). La Voz del Interior. October 2, 2012
Graduados podra ir al cine[Graduados may go to the cinema] (in Spanish). Diario Popular. August 25, 2012
Graduados, a la pantalla grande[Graduados, to the big screen] (in Spanish). LV 12. August 25, 2012. Archived fromthe originalon February 25, 2015
Graduados tendr su versin chilena[Graduados will have its Chilean version].
Telefe: crece la presencia de sus propiedades en Latinoamrica[Telefe: the presence of its properties in Latin America grows] (in Spanish). Prensario Internacional. September 24, 2014
Los graduados, un xito en Argentina y una adaptacin perdedora en Colombia[Los Graduados, a success in Argentina and a poor remake in Colombia] (in Spanish). TV Ms
Telefe: adaptacin de Graduados se estren en Grecia[Telefe: a remake of Graduados has been premiered in Greece] (in Spanish). Prensario Internacional. October 27, 2014
Telefe International consolida su venta de formatos en Amrica Latina[Telefe International strengths the sale of TV formats in Latin America] (in Spanish). TodoTV News. July 12, 2012
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