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Don Francisco hosts celebrities and musical guests.

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Programa de entretenimiento, entrevistas a reconocidas celebridades y música en vivo con la conducción del emblemático Don Francisco.
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Los mellizos Montaner, Lucía Vives, Gabriela Aguilera, Sofía Castro, Marla y Beatriz Solís cuentan lo difícil que es llevar el famoso apellido y muestran su talento.
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Las increíbles habilidades de The Space Cowboys; más de la vida de Erika Ender, coautora del éxito Despacito; la dieta de Chuy Lizárraga y el libro de Edgar Muñoz, Los Nadien.

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