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Mujeres y hombres y viceversa (English: Women and Men and vice versa; MYHYV for short) is a Spanish dating show produced by Magnolia TV and broadcast on Telecinco since 9 June 2008. The program has been hosted by Emma García since the beginning. The Spanish adaptation of the Italian TV programme Uomini e Donne gained an 0.099 audience share and was the most viewed program among the Spanish audience in its time slot during the first two seasons.
- Los pretendientes de mar a en mujeres y hombres y viceversa se entrevistan entre ellos
The programme has aroused some controversy owing to vulgar language.
Los pretendientes de mar a en mujeres y hombres y viceversa se entrevistan entre ellos
The show is based on the Italian dating show Uomini e donne, and it is focused on single persons. The 'tronistas' (from the Spanish/Italian word 'trono', meaning 'throne', because the protagonist is sitting on an imaginary throne) are 4, usually 2 men and 2 women. These are the protagonists, whose aim is to find their soulmate among some admirers. Each day the 'tronista' can meet new people, and after a brief presentation of them, he/she can decide to keep dating them or not.
Moreover, the 'tronista' will decide the candidates he/she wants to date outside the TV studio; the date is called 'cita' during which he/she has the possibility to know candidates better. Though, there is a fundamental rule, and both the tronistas and the candidates have to respect: they can meet each other just in front of cameras, never privately. If this rule is not respected, they can be evicted from the show.
When the tronista chooses his soulmate, there are just a few candidates waiting his decision. He/she also can leave the program alone, if he/she chooses no-one. Consequently, another man/woman replaces him/her on the throne. Each day there are two tronistas. When their meetings outside the TV studio are broadcast, the audience can listen to some background music (especially Spanish singers like DJ Danny Romero).