Goodbye, Don Francisco. After more than five decades on the air, Sábado Gigante is ending its run. No more Chacal, no more La Cuatro and no more “¡Fuera! ¡Fuera! ¡Fuera!” What will Latina moms do with their Saturday nights? Twitter is worried:
— Helen Troncoso (@MsNYAmerica2012) April 17, 2015
I just told my mom sabado gigante is ending pic.twitter.com/qMG6hyexNR
— ', (@missyeezy) April 17, 2015
— Carolina Cadillo (@carolinacadillo) April 17, 2015
Soo I told my mom sabado gigante is coming to an end on September 19 (which is true) and she started crying
— Dianna Angulo (@dianangulo) April 17, 2015
Damn.. They're pulling the plug on Sábado Gigante after 53 years. Gotta call my Mom and my Tias to make sure they're taking it well. ?
— JΔHIR (@JahirX_) April 17, 2015
— ShanBerries (@Shan_Berries) April 17, 2015
Better not tell my mother the Sabado Gigante news until I think she's ready. Like telling a kid there won't be Christmas anymore.
— Desiigna Diop (@Marco_Romo) April 17, 2015
#SabadoGigante is ending and my Hispanic mother might have a fucking heart attack because of it.
— cristiWHAT (@cannedgreats) April 17, 2015
— Lourdes♡ (@_LULUDGAF) April 17, 2015
Sabado Gigante is coming to an end. What will happen to my mother?
— ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (@PaisaPunditry) April 17, 2015
¿Qué hará mami los sábados sin Sábado Gigante? 🙁
— Danilda (@danestevez) April 17, 2015
when they announced Sabado Gigante got canceled, me and my mom freaked out cause it sounded like they were about to announce someone died
— It's Nubia. (@_noobs) April 17, 2015
Operator: 911 whats your emergency?
caller: my Mom just committed suicide because they're not showing sabado gigante anymore
— LosTiraPiedra (@LosTiraPiedra) April 17, 2015
Although it may be tough to get over the sadness that comes with Sábado Gigante‘s end, Latina moms will get their chance to pay their respects in September, when Don Francisco says his final goodbye.