With only a few months at the helm of Hoy , the morning broadcast of Televisa, Andrea Rodríguez accepted that the transition has not been easy and she still misses the late Magda Rodríguez very much: "There are times I want to throw in the towel."
Magda Rodríguez passed away untimely on November 1 and since then her sister Andrea took the reins of the magazine program, led by Andrea Legarreta, Galilea Montijo, Raúl Araiza, Andrea Escalona, Paul Stanley, Marisol González and Lambda García. has provoked several criticisms of the continuity and many of the elections of the new producer, who in an interview with the journalist Mara Patricia Castañeda acknowledged that the process has not been easy and on more than one occasion she has wanted to abandon her sister's legacy, to the one that remembers every moment of his life.
“ There are days when I want to throw in the towel , but I say: 'No, I can't, neither my mother, nor my grandmother, nor my father would have done it', I come from a family too brave to throw away the towel , I can't give up, no matter what happens, because in the end, how long is it going to last whatever it is, we don't know, how long am I going to be the producer of Hoy ?, she was guaranteed what was i going to do r the production company all this year and could not for another reason, so, every day I finish the program and say: 'Today I did the best show', in case tomorrow I do not do it anymore, I am going to go home calmly "She said through tears.
" I'm having a moment, I can tell you, that the most difficult moment of my life, because Magda was not only my sister, she was my partner and best friend, "he added .
acknowledged that she accepted the production de Hoy to continue with the wishes of Andrea Escalona's mother: “The logic of what Magda would have told me was' give me a chance to do Hoy , if I can't, get to know me as a general producer … 'The answer was: ' No I'm going to tell you that you're going to stay a day, a week, a month, a year, you're going to stay as long as you can. ' So it is not a question that they left me out of grief, because many believe that, because in the end it is a very important company and they are not going to leave anyone out of grief. ”
He accepted that he had to face to the attacks and criticism for the new image of the morning show, even though she tries to continue with the line she learned for years with her sister.
“We have good days, we have bad days, a few days ago it was a bad day and You get out of hand and say: 'What happened? I'm looking for the best for everyone for the audience,' all that Magda taught me for so many years. There are many people who say: 'It's that you do the same as Magda', well, yes, it's my school, no way to do what a producer does that I don't know, she's my school, "he highlighted.
" You don't go To change something that is good, if Hoy is a program that the audience likes the way it is, they like the drivers, why are you going to change it 100%? You are simply giving it nuances of new things that the audience itself He is asking you for them ”, he committed.
The producer Magda Rodríguez passed away untimely on November 1 when she was asleep. According to the medical report, he suffered hypovolemic shock which caused his intestines to burst inside.