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XEW-TV
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Mexico City, Mexico
Branding El Canal de las Estrellas ("The channel of the stars")
Slogan El Canal de las Estrellas nuestro canal ("The channel of the stars is your channel")
Channels Analog: 2 (VHF)
Digital: 48 (UHF)HDTV
Affiliations Televisa
Owner Televisa
Founded 1951
Transmitter Power 64 kW (analog)
Website http://www.esmas.com/canal2/

XEW-TV (Channel 2 analog and Channel 48 digital HDTV) is a television station in Mexico. XEW-TV is one of the cornerstone stations of Televisa, with affiliate stations all over Mexico. It is also transmitted throughout Central and South America on satellite, as well as in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand; many of the programs of El Canal de las Estrellas are seen in the United States on Univision, Telefutura, and Galavisión.

XEW-TV is one of Televisa's oldest stations, founded in 1951 as part of Telesistema Mexicano. It is the second TV station in Mexico.

Among the programs featured on El Canal de las Estrellas are En Familia Con Chabelo ("In Family with Chabelo"), Hoy (Today), Al Sabor del Chef (Chef's Flavor), Tercer Grado (Third Degree, a TV Show based on politics), and CV Directo (CV Direct). They also air the Mexican version of a cross between USA's People's Choice Awards, the Emmy Awards called "Premios TV y Novelas", sponsored by the Televisa-owned magazine of the same name and from 1974 to 1980, Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? episodes dubbed in Spanish.

This HD channel is criticized for its practice of airing a significant amount of 4:3 standard definition content stretched to 16:9 that some viewers have nicknamed Stretch-o-Vision.

Telenovelas airing now

Lunes a Viernes

Starring:Jorge Salinas, Alejandra Barros, & Angelica Rivera
(Re-Run Date: January, 2010)

Starring:Ana Maria Orozco & Jorge Enrique Abello
(Re-Run Date: June 8, 2009)

Starring: Rene Strickler & Vanessa Guzman
Executive Producer: Luis de Llano Macedo
(Premiere Date: March 8, 2009)

Starring: Jorge Aravena, Ingrid Martz & Laura Zapata
Executive Producer: Lucero Suárez
(Premiere Date: February 1, 2010)

Starring: Zuria Vega & Mario Cimarro
Executive Producer: Nathalie Lartilleux
(Premiere Date: November 16, 2009)

Starring: Pedro Fernandez & Itati Cantoral
Executive Producer: Emilio Larrosa
(Premiere Date: June 29, 2009)

Starring: Aracely Arambula & Eduardo Yanez
Executive Producer: Salvador Mejia
(Premiere Date: October 19, 2009)

  • 10:00pm Los Exitosos Perez

Starring: Jaime Camil & Ludwika Paleta
Executive Producer: Jose Alberto Castro
(Premiere Date: August 31, 2009)

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