Producer of ‘Esto es Guerra’ reveals how the salary of the members of the reality is decided. | TikTok.
José Luis Peña, better known on the show as ‘Pepe Lucho’, gave an extensive interview in which he told unpublished details of ‘Esto es Guerra’. To begin with, he pointed out that the reality show has three producers, the first is Mariana Ramírez del Villar, who owns this franchise, the second in command is Peter Fajardo and then he follows.
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“I see all the logistical part of ‘Esto Es Guerra’ and the contact with the commercial part, generate creative ideas and see the budget part of the program, monthly and annual expenses, my mission is that the program arrives in blue in order to year”, he commented for ‘Concept Studio’.
This producer of ‘Esto es Guerra’ revealed that almost all of his proposal is intended for the faces of the competitions, that is, the reality boys who play every night with the intention of entertaining the public that tunes in.
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“Not only do you spend on the cast, because it is a high-risk program, they all have to be insured, we depend a lot on them, on the guys who are on the air and on the drivers, the faces of the program have the highest budget,” he commented. .
Likewise, José Luis Peña released a reference to the salary that the members of this América Televisión program can earn, announcing that the salaries are on a scale, since the oldest are the ones that earn the most.
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“Currently, by seniority, unless it is a super media bullshit. At some point we broke the market as ‘Combate’, when we took Michelle, Mario Hart and Alejandra Baigorria from ‘Esto es Guerra’ to ‘Combate’”, he maintained.
However, he pointed out that in the past, large salaries were paid, especially when they had direct competition such as “Combate”, but today everything has decreased, since the economic problems facing the country have caused the salaries of reality boys to decrease.
“I remember that at that time Michelle’s contract was for more than $15,000 a month, so it was a lot of money. Today we are well below that moment because the situation in the country is not as before, ”she added.
Executive producer of ‘Esto es Guerra’ spoke about the tune of the program. (America TV)
At another time, the producer referred to the constant criticism that the program receives on social networks. Regarding this fact, José Luis Peña assured that although there are detractors, this does not prevent them from continuing with the projects that are being proposed.
“You can receive hate on television on the street, but we know that we are not a garbage program, we know that we have built a clean image for what all customers are betting on today. We have tried to get rid of everything that could make noise for us or could be bad for many people, ”she said.