My favorite right now is "Amor Bravío," along with "Amores Verdaderos" and "Por Ella Soy Eva" — all of them Mexican productions with Univisión and Televisa.
|Male cast of "Separados" (Click for video.)|
In addition, the Chileans do not pronounce the final "s" in words. Instead, they aspirate the "s," which gives it the sound of a breath, so that "las palmas" is pronounced "lah palmah." Don't even go into the issue of different vocabulary... but here are a few items.
Avocado in Mexican Spanish = aguacate. In Chilean = palta
Corn in Mexican Spanish = maíz, elote. In Chilean Spanish = maiz, choclo
Baby in Mexican Spanish = bebé, niño. In Chilean = guagua
Bus in Mexican Spanish = bus, autobús. In Chilean = micro
.....and the list goes on!