Casados con Hijos (Argentine TV series)

Casados con Hijos is the Argentine remake of American television series Married... with Children. It was shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Telefe and Sony Pictures, during 2005 and 2006. Due to its repetitions, it became a widely acclaimed series. This television series follows the Argento family and their lives.

Casados con Hijos
The Argento family
Created byMichael G. Moye
Ron Leavitt
Written by
  • Diego Alarcón
  • Axel Kuschevatzky
  • Walter Lascialanda
  • Sebastián Rotstein
  • Jessica Waizbrot
  • Josefina Trotta
Country of originArgentina
Original language(s)Spanish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes215
Executive producer(s)Mariano Berterreix
Producer(s)Telefe Contents
Sony Pictures Entertainment
Ross Films
Production location(s)Ronda Studios,
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Running time30 minutes (approximately)
Original networkTelefe
Original releaseApril 12, 2005 
December 28, 2006

Main roles were portrayed by famous Argentine actors such as Guillermo Francella, Florencia Peña, Darío Lopilato, Luisana Lopilato, Marcelo de Bellis, and Érica Rivas. The first season started on April 12.

The success of the series earned the television broadcast a second season. Starting on August 14, 2006, the show gained a 33,3 audience rating, securing the largest audience of the year for a sitcom.

The series has, in total, 215 episodes (140 chapters of the first season and 75 chapters of the second).

The success of the series trascended the borders of Argentina, being also issued by local channels in Uruguay, Paraguay, and Peru, as well as by Telefe in the United States.

Casados con Hijos earned many awards, including the Martín Fierro Awards and Clarín Entertainment Awards in 2005 and 2006.


Awards and nominations

Martín Fierro Awards 2005

Clarín Entertainment Awards 2005

Martín Fierro Awards 2006

Clarín Entertainment Awards 2006

  • Best Comedy - Casados con Hijos (nominated)
  • Best Actress in Comedy - Florencia Peña (nominated)
  • Best Actress in Comedy - Érica Rivas (won)

Clarín Entertainment Awards 2007

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