Twentieth banks on 'Heiress'

de la Fuente, Anna Marie
September 2006
Daily Variety;9/19/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 54, p5
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The article reports that Twentieth Century Fox Television is going to launch MyNetworkTV, a new prime-time network with original programming. The latest format acquisition of the network is "La Heredera" (The Heiress) from Mexico's TV Azteca. The adaptation will follow the plotline of an heiress whose private jet crashes and the heiress and her pilot are the sole survivors. After their rescue, their love encounters challenge from her class-conscious family and society.


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