Bienvenidos - DVD Releases

DVD Releases

Venevision Home Entertainment has released several themed collections of sketches from the show on DVD. The titles are:

  • Bienvenidos en la playa (Bienvenidos on the Beach)
  • Bienvenidos en la alcoba (Bienvenidos in the Bedroom)
  • Bienvenidos en el restaurante (Bienvenidos in the Restaurant)
  • Lo mejor de Bienvenidos: Sus Personajes (The Best of Bienvenidos: The Characters)
  • Bienvenidos en la oficina (Bienvenidos at the Office)

Each title is hosted by Maria Antonieta Duque.

Bienvenidos is similar in format to a Canadian sketch comedy, You Can't Do That on Television, but it is intended to an adult audience.

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