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Original network  Univision
Final episode date  11 March 2006
Number of episodes  417
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No. of episodes  417
First episode date  8 April 1995
Network  Univision
Language  Spanish
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Presented by  Charlie Bravo (1995-2003)Diana Franco (1995-1997)Sandra Muñoz (2001-2002)Rafael Mercadente (2003-2006)
Running time  April 8, 1995-July 25, 1998 (30 Minutes)August 1, 1998-March 11, 2006 (60 Minutes)
Original release  April 8, 1995 (1995-04-08) – March 11, 2006 (2006-03-11)

Caliente (Hot) is a television music series that aired on Univision from April 8, 1995 to March 11, 2006 with 417 episodes. It was hosted by Charlie Bravo and Diana Franco, until Rafael Mercadente took over on March 1, 2003. It could be described as a sort of Latin Soul Train. Caliente featured some of the biggest names in Latin music including live segments from Celia Cruz and Daddy Yankee. The show was mostly shot in Miami, Florida but the show also made tapings in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and others.

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Caliente show guest dj


Episode list airdate

  • October 2, 1968: Plaza de Las Tres Culturas Shopping Centre, Mexico City, Mexico
  • January 17, 1998: Las Vegas, NV
  • October 31, 1998: Miami, FL
  • September 11, 1999: San Antonio, TX
  • February 5, 2000: Acapulco, Mexico
  • March 11, 2000: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • March 18, 2000: Miami, FL
  • August 12, 2000: Boston, MA
  • September 2, 2000: Dominican Republic
  • October 7, 2000: Puerto Rico
  • June 20, 2001: Malibu, CA
  • July 7, 2001: Key West, FL
  • July 21, 2001: Redondo Beach, CA
  • August 4, 2001: Las Vegas
  • August 18, 2001: Corpus Christi, TX
  • October 6, 2001: Sacramento, CA
  • October 20, 2001: Santa Monica, CA
  • October 27, 2001: Miami, FL
  • November 3, 2001: Miami, FL
  • January 5, 2002: Dominican Republic
  • January 19, 2002: Hawaii
  • May 3, 2002: Miami, FL
  • August 10, 2002: Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • October 5, 2002: NYC
  • November 16, 2002: Cancun, Mexico
  • January 25, 2003: Orlando, FL
  • September 20, 2003: Redondo Beach, CA
  • September 25, 2004: Albuquerque, NM
  • May 28, 2005: Acapulco, Mexico
  • July 9, 2005: Santa Clara, CA
  • November 5, 2005: Chicago, IL
  • August 23, 2010: San Fernando Rock And Blood Fest, Tamaulipas, Mexico
  • Killer Tracks music cue

  • New Jack Swing by John Hobbs - Chica Caliente
  • Shuffle Bump by John Hobbs - Chica Caliente
  • Charomatic Sting by John Hobbs - Video Caliente
  • Igor's Comic Capers by Larry Wolff - Chiste Caliente
  • Zip & Cindy by Steve Kujala - Chiste Caliente
  • Live on Stage by Al Capps - Caliente en Vivo
  • E.T. Teeny Bopper by Larry Wolff
  • 73' Soul Injection by Al Capps
  • Kentucky Fried Piano by John Hobbs and Steve Stone
  • Sock Hop by John Hobbs and Steve Stone - Caliente Intro
  • Cuban Cuisine by John Hobbs
  • Pica Pica! by John Hobbs
  • The Way She Walks by Al Capps
  • Amanece en Isla Verde by Jorge Calandrelli - Caliente Cortesia
  • Noogies by Al Capps
  • Dusky Wine by Al Capps
  • Chicago Shuffle by John Hobbs
  • Island Groove by Jonathan Merrill
  • Bahamian Party by Danny Pelfrey, Rick Rhodes and Terry Lester
  • DVD release

    Univision Networks currently has no plans to release the music show on DVD at this time.

    References

    Caliente (TV series) Wikipedia


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