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Oh no! Mexican network Azteca might stop producing telenovelas, find out why. Getty

Mexican network Azteca might stop producing telenovelas and we're freaking out! Just recently the network announced three new soaps during its Upfront presentation in New York. "Caminos De Guanajuato," "La Promesa" and "Tanto Amor" were the production titles revealed. However, it's believed that the network will stop producing novelas, according to TVNotas.

The magazine revealed that the actors, producers, writers and technical team are worried with the news. Apparently, telenovelas are not generating sufficient profit and in fact, are losing money. TVNotas also reports that TV host Ana María Alvarado confirmed that Azteca Novelas will indeed disappear.

"Tanto Amor" starring Melissa Barrera, Leonardo Garcia and Matias Novoa, could possibly be the last soap opera that the network produces. Azteca's plan to fill the time slots is to broadcast old telenovelas.

This chisme is a shocker because Azteca is the second largest mass media company in Mexico after Televisa.

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