Tic Tac (TV series)

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Tic Tac
Genre Telenovela
Written by
Directed by María Eugenia Rencoret
Starring
Opening theme"Another One Bites the Dust" (Queen)
Country of origin Chile
Original languageSpanish
No. of episodes95
Release
Original network TVN

Tic Tac is a Chilean telenovela produced by TVN. It was written by Jorge Marchant Lazcano, Perla Devoto, Maité Chapero and Jimmy Daccarett, and directed by María Eugenia Rencoret.

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The soundtrack of the soap opera was based primarily on the album Tributo a Queen , with cover versions of songs by the group interpreted by the Latin artists Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas, Soda Stereo , Molotov , Fito Paez and Aterciopelados .

Plot

After a seance, the ghost of a young high-class young man, Maximilian Ossa, (Enrique Cintolesi), who died in very strange circumstances, comes from 1925 to 1997 to recover the love of his beloved Pola Santa Maria (Leonor Varela).

In 1997, Pola is the great-niece of his beloved, and physically identical with the same name, with whom he falls in love. There is also a named Nicolas (Francisco Pérez-Bannen) Hunt Mysteries who, for his radio program, Magik Radio, tries to prove that Max is a ghost, well away from Pola, who also is in love.

Cast

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