RBD: La Familia

RBD: La Familia is RBD's sitcom made by Televisa about their fictional lives in the group. RBD and its producer, Pedro Damián, has stated that this sitcom is purely fictional and not based on the real lives of the members of RBD. The characters of the sitcom are not similar to the soap opera Rebelde, but are similar to the real people of RBD. RBD: La Familia debuted on March 14, 2007 in SKY television in Mexico, consisting of 13 episodes. The opening song for the sitcom is "The Family", a song in English which is included on the Celestial: Fan Edition album. "Quiero Poder", a song composed and sung by Dulce Maria and Gonzalo in Spanish, is also heavily featured on the show, it is also included in the RBD: La Familia soundtrack. On October 6, 2007 the show started showing in USA on the Univision network. It will also start showing on the Galavision network in the United States on September 6, 2008 at 12 P.M
2004-2005: Rebelde
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RBD debuted in December 2004 with the album Rebelde, released through EMI. The main writersand producers for the project were Carlos Lara (aka D.J. Kafka) and Max di Carlo, and their songs proved just as popular as the show. The first three singles ("Rebelde", "Solo Quédate en Silencio" and "Sálvame") were all number one hits in Mexico, with the fourth single, "Un Poco de Tu Amor" reaching number two. In November 2005 a Portuguese languaged edition of the album was released for the Brazilian market called Rebelde (Edição Brasil). Although no English language edition was released, Rebelde sold well in the States, breaking into the Top 100 of the album chart (#95) and reaching number two on the Top Latin Albums chart. Rebelde sold over 400,000 copies in the U.S.[1] and was certified diamond in both Mexico and Brazil, selling at least 1.4 million copies between the two of them. In July 2005 a live CD/DVD, Tour Generación RBD En Vivo was released, including the group's sold-out tour of Mexico (35 sold-out concerts across the country, including six in Mexico City alone).