Belén Esteban has a message after the premiere of ‘Sálvese who can’ on Netflix

‘Every man for himself’ has arrived on Netflix this Friday at 9 pm and the eight protagonists, from their homes, are living it with great expectation. Of the eight former collaborators of Save me who have made the leap to the content platform, the first to react has been Belen Estebanwhich already became the absolute protagonist of the press conference prior to the premiere.

The town’s princess, who now calls herself La Patrona, opened her Instagram profile just two hours after the premiere, and wrote a message of gratitude: “Thank you, thank you very much to everyone for Netflix.” Andrea Janeiro’s mother received the premiere as a birthday gift from her, since this Thursday, November 9, she turned 50 years old.

After the end of Save me on Telecinco On June 23, after 14 years on the air, the eight most emblematic collaborators of the format (Belén herself, María Patiño, Terelu Campos, Lydia Lozano, Chelo García-Cortés, Víctor Sandoval, Kiko Matamoros and Kiko Hernández) signed for Netflix together with La Fábrica de la Tele for this docureality, in which all of them seek to work on the other side of the pond in other heartfelt programs.

At the press conference this Tuesday, Belén did not mince words and made a mess when talking about Mediaset’s breakup with La Fábrica de la Tele, 33% owned by the group. Just as she advanced Informaliathe break between both parties is a fact in the absence of formal fringes.