Happy Thursday mi gente! It’s almost the weekend and more importantly, Halloween. I can’t think of a better show to get into a frightful and exciting mood than with “The Vampire Diaries” airing at 8pm on the CW.
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Is it just me, or are things progressing slower and slower on “Sons of Anarchy?” I realize it’s the final ride and all and we want to savor the moments with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) the boys, but I don’t think anything really exciting has happened in some time.
OMG, could it be? Is it finally Friday? Well, it’s not just any Friday. Today, we are finally reunited with the cast of “Grimm” at 9pm on NBC.
Mercury might be in retrograde, but that doesn’t mean you should cancel any dates you might have pending. In fact, it’s a great time to head to theaters, nibble on some popcorn, and watch James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan in “The Best of Me,” in theaters today.
Happy Friday mi gente! I know it’s only early time yet, but it’s almost the weekend. Before you know it, lunch will be followed by closing time and then happy hour.
“Red Band Society” is set to air episode five, “So Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want,” at 9pm tonight on FOX. But don’t be surprised if you don’t see one of your favorite nurses, Kenji, played by Wilson Cruz working the hospital halls.
After an exciting week at the Alma Awards (wrap-up coming soon!), I’m happy to be back home and ready to get caught up with all my favorite TV shows. There’s also one very important show on my radar tonight: “Jane the Virgin” premiering on the CW at 9pm.
The day has finally arrived for the 2014 Alma Awards and Team Xfinity Latino cannot be any more excited to bring you live coverage from the red carpet, the show, and the official after party hosted by Hennessy.
We’re only 24 hours away from celebrating one of the biggest nights honoring Latinos: The 2014 Alma Awards.
Xfinity Latino caught up with Nolan Sotillo to talk about his character on “Red Band Society” Jordi Palacios, a newly admitted patient suffering from Ewing Sarcoma.