Christmas Miracles Telemundo: Read Plot, Summary, Start Date and Casts
As the Christmas period fast approaches, both local and International channels are sourcing for Christmas themed programs which will help inspire their audience and promote the spirit of love, forgiveness and giving as it pertains to the yuletide season.
Similarly, Telemundo network has keyed into this with the introduction of a new series titled Christmas Miracles into its program line up for December 2018.
Start Date and Time
Christmas miracles also translated as Milagros de Navidad in Spanish is an American anthology television series that will premiere on the 10th of December on Telemundo Africa via Gotv and Dstv satellites. The time slot is 7pm WAT and 8pm CAT. It will be replacing on the other side of the wall which should have ended the previous week.
The series is composed of independent chapters with a major theme centering on the conflicts that Latin immigrants living in the United States face during the Christmas season.
Each episodes introduces new characters with their pecuilarity, challenges and conflicts. However each challenge is surmounted at the end of each episode through the power of love, unity and Christmas miracles.
Christmas miracles is not like other telemundo series having a continuous stream of actions that get resolved in the season finale or final episode. You can liken it to a popular American series titled Touched by an Angel where each episodes has a complete storyline, plot resolution and message.
What’s more, the series will feature favourite and seasoned telenovela actors we all know and love. They will feature alongside new and exciting actors and actresses from Telemundo stable. So it’s a win win for all.
Casts to look forward to:
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Eduardo Serrano, Laura Flores, Bobby Larios, Isabella Castillo, Natasha Domínguez, Ricardo Álamo, Sabrina Seara, Javier Valcárcel, Elizabeth Gutiérrez, Alexandra Pomales, Sandra Destenave, Leonardo Daniel, Marisela González, Danny Pardo, Alicia Machado, Jesús Moré, Tina Romero, Gabo López, Ricardo Chávez, Rosalinda Serfaty, and Silvana Arias.