Pratos combinados (lit. transl. Combination meals) is a Spanish prime-time Galician language television sitcom which was broadcast on Televisión de Galicia form 1 December 1995 to 24 May 2006. It was the first sitcom developed entirely by Galician professionals and starring Galician actors.
|Created by||Xosé Cermeño|
|Directed by||Chema Fernández|
|Country of origin||Spain|
|No. of seasons||14|
|No. of episodes||261|
|Running time||30 min. (seasons 1–6)|
60 min. (seasons 7–14)
|Production companies||Televisión de Galicia|
|Original network||Televisión de Galicia|
|Original release||1 December 1995 –|
24 May 2006
Created by Xosé Cermeño, it was produced by Television de Galicia (TVG) and Editorial Compostela for fourteen seasons with 261 episodes in total.
Married couple Miro Pereira and Balbina Santos run a bar named "Café Suizo" in a small Galician town after coming back from living in Switzerland. Miro, who is a greedy, lazy, not very clean, whiner and clumsy man, continually devises plans together with his brother-in-law Antón to go hunting, fishing, earn easy money or work even less than the little he does, which never turn out as expected.
|Ramiro Pereira Ríos||Ernesto Chao||Main|
|Balbina Santos||Mabel Rivera||Main|
|Antón Santos||Antonio Durán "Morris"||Main|
|Rosalía Pereira Santos||Eva Fernández||Main|
|Miguel Pereira Santos||Braulio Veiga||Main|
|Carmen Ríos||Fely Manzano||Main|
|Pedro Barreiro||Xosé Manuel Olveira||Main|
|Paula Barreiro||Cristina Castaño||Main|
|First aired||Last aired||Viewers||Share|
|1||13||1 December 1995||23 February 1996|
|2||13||8 March 1996||31 May 1996|
|3||12||17 January 1997||4 April 1997|
|4||13||11 April 1997||27 June 1997|
|5||27||11 March 1998||14 January 1999|
|6||26||27 January 1999||21 July 1999|
|7||13||21 March 2000||28 June 2000|
|8||13||11 April 2001||11 July 2001|
|9||13||17 October 2001||9 January 2002|
|10||13||16 January 2002||10 April 2002|
|11||26||24 July 2002||4 June 2003|
|12||28||1 November 2003||29 August 2004|
|13||26||9 October 2004||4 May 2005|
|14||25||30 November 2005||24 May 2006|
|Chano Piñeiro Awards||7 April 2002||Best Actor||Ernesto Chao||Nominated|
|1st Mestre Mateo Awards||7 June 2003|
|Best Actor||Antonio Durán "Morris"||Nominated|||
|Best Actress||Mabel Rivera||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress||Mónica García||Nominated|
|Best Script||Xosé Cermeño||Nominated|
|Best TV series||Editorial Compostela and TVG||Won|
|Best Soundtrack||Nani García||Nominated|
|Best Producer||Chema Fernández||Nominated|
|2nd Mestre Mateo Awards||26 June 2004||Best Actor||Antonio Durán "Morris"||Nominated|||
|3rd Mestre Mateo Awards||20 March 2005||Best TV series||Editorial Compostela and TVG||Nominated|||
|4th Mestre Mateo Awards||19 March 2006||Best Actor||Antonio Durán "Morris"||Nominated|||
|Best Supporting Actor||Manuel Millán||Nominated|
- ^ Nogueira, Xosé (2006). "The role of Televisión de Galicia (TVG) in shaping the Galician audiovisual scene over the last two decades". Hispanística XX (in Spanish) (23): 165. ISSN 0765-5681.
- ^ "Finalists Mestre Mateo Awards 2002" (PDF). Mestre Mateo Awards (in Galician).
- ^ "Winners Mestre Mateo Awards 2002" (PDF). Mestre Mateo Awards (in Galician).
- ^ "Finalists Mestre Mateo Awards 2003" (PDF). Mestre Mateo Awards (in Galician).
- ^ "Finalists Mestre Mateo Awards 2004" (PDF). Mestre Mateo Awards (in Galician).
- ^ "Finalists Mestre Mateo Awards 2005" (PDF). Mestre Mateo Awards (in Galician).
- Official website (in Galician)
- Pratos combinados at IMDb