MIAMI.- The Mexican actor and comedian Adrian Uribe from next September will receive artists, singers, athletes and celebrities in At night but without sleepan “tropicalized late-night” which will be broadcast weekly in the United States and Mexico.
Uribe said in a telephone interview with Efe that “At night but without sleep,” which will be broadcast for the US Latin market on Univision and in Mexico through the Estrellas channel, will have regional guests.
“We will have all the most important people”, from music as well as television and Ibero-American cinema, Uribe said, citing stars such as the singers Maluma, Shakira, Ricky Martin or the athletes Canelo Álvarez or Javier “el Chicharito” Hernández, among others.
His goal, he explained, will be to show the lesser-known facet of the personalities that go through the program and that through comedy they relax, “bite” and reveal “anecdotes that they had never told before.”
Because the hour-long weekly program bets on a touch of “Latin humor” as an element that allows celebrities to be themselves in front of the cameras, and for that they will prepare games and “sketches”, which will be interspersed with interviews and musical moments.
Uribe indicated that they have been working on this project for months and that they will begin recording this summer in Miami to air on Sundays in the US and on Mondays in Mexico starting in September.
The driver acknowledged that beyond wanting to interview Ibero-American personalities such as Alejandro Sanz, Marc Anthony, Shakira, Rosalía or Bad Bunny, he would love to have the opportunity to chat with Hollywood stars and gave two myths such as Robert de Niro or Jack as an example Nicholson.
Uribe, who for ten years was in the National Theater Company of Mexico and developed as a comedian for Televisa, was the face of popular characters such as “El Vítor” and, always looking for challenges, he opted in 2021 to show another facet of his work by venturing into the “stand up”.
And now he repeats his experience as a host, after presenting programs such as “100 Mexicans Said” or “Dancing for a Dream”, but before he participates in the filming in Mexico of the movie “De Milagro” and finalizes the premiere of another film, “Unhappy for always”, and the series “Pena ajena”.
“At night but without sleep” will be officially presented this Tuesday in New York along with the rest of Univision’s programming for the next season.