malviviendo

malviviendo
malviviendo

malviviendo have a Starscore of 266,234 and are No.5567 today on the Global social media chart

With a total of 99,056 Twitter followers, 143,826 Facebook fans and 45,143,102 YouTube views. Today malviviendo gained 51 Twitter followers, gained 80 Facebook fans and gained 56,744 YouTube views.

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Malviviendo (Spanish for bad living) is an online series produced by Diffferent and directed by David Sainz. In July 2011, the show released its fourteenth chapter. The first chapter launched in November 24, 2008 and became successful in a few months with positive reviews by the public. It employs mostly non-profesionals actors, and those involved in the series do it for free. The series is set in the fictional neighborhood of Los Banderillos of the Spanish city of Seville. The characters are a group of friends trapped in their everyday bad lives related to consumption of cannabis or other problems related to the uniqueness of each character. So many series has been parodied in these series, as Dexter, My Name Is Earl, The Sopranos, Lost, ALF, The X-Files, Prison Break, Sex and the City, The Brady Bunch, South Park, Boardwalk Empire, The IT Crowd and How I Met Your Mother. Also the Spanish program Callejeros chain Cuatro in the fifth chapter called Callejosos. In the third chapter of the second season spoof the header of the series Misfits, but the content of the chapter is a parody of the movie Inception. In June 2009, the series got the support of Qualid (a project of Nokia's sponsorship of artists). There it launched two small-chapters minicapítulos. One focused on the character of Mateo and the other in el Puto.