Verano azul was a famous Spanish television show directed by Antonio Mercero that first aired in 1981. It tells of the adventures of a group of youngsters between ages 9 and 17, while on summer vacation in Nerja, a small town on the Mediterranean Costa del Sol, Andalusia, in Southern Spain. The series, with 19 episodes that drew up to 20 million viewers in Spain, has been re-run almost every summer since then. It has left a deep impact over several generations of viewers and has become part of Spain's common cultural memory. It was also broadcast in Latin America, Portugal, France and some Slavic countries like Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Poland and Czechoslovakia. The show was produced by the Spanish state broadcaster TVE, and it was originally broadcast on its then main channel TVE1 from October 11, 1981 to February 14, 1982.
Verano del '98 is an Argentine telenovela, produced by Cris Morena. It was broadcast on Telefe television in the period January 12, 1998-November 17, 2000. The telenovela had three seasons, and changed its cast many times. Cris Morena also composed songs for Verano del '98 soundtrack.
El Grand Prix del verano is a Spanish TV program created by Francesco Bosserman and produced by Europroducciones. It had broadcast by TVE 1 in 1995-2005, but since 2007 is broadcast by some channels of the FORTA group. Is the longest running game show in Spain with 15 years on air.
Verano de amor is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is a remake of a famous Argentine telenovela, Verano del 98, adapted for the Mexican audience. The soap opera premiered on February 9, 2009, replacing the completed series Juro que te amo. Verano de amor aired in the United States on Univision. Verano de Amor became a phenomenon of cyberspace, the melodrama produced by Pedro Damian became the most watched on the internet to receive about 350 thousand visitors on your website, followers of Mexico, USA, Brazil, Spain, Colombia and Argentina. In Slovenia, Verano de Amor was broadcast by Kanal A and secured second place of the top programs with the highest audience of the channel. According to the magazine TVyNOTAS, Verano de Amor was the second most watched program in the afternoons on all U.S. Hispanic Broadcasters during your broadcast by Univision.
Summer Scent is a 2003 South Korean television series starring Song Seung-heon, Son Ye-jin, Ryu Jin, and Han Ji-hye. It aired on KBS2 from July 7 to September 9, 2003 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes. The series is the third installment of season-themed tetralogy Endless Love drama series directed by Yoon Seok-ho. It had an average viewership rating of 10.7% and reached a peak viewership of 11.6%.