Woo hoo! It’s Friday and as I recover from a fabulous night at the 2014 Latin Billboard Music Awards, I’ll be watching a lot of TV tonight from the comfort of my couch.
“From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” renewed for season two by El Rey Network.
We spoke to Wilmer Valderrama at the COVERGIRL and Tide Style Lounge at Calle Ocho this weekend to find out what you can expect ahead of the season premiere of “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series” tonight at 9pm on “El Rey Network.”
Welcome back to work mi gente! It’s Monday and I know its going to be a great week. But before we wave goodbye to the weekend, let’s talk a little bit about what was on TV.
Wilmer Valderrama mencionó en un panel de la Television Critics Association que Hollywood tiene que hacer un mejor trabajo con la comunidad latina.
“Raising Hope” will be back for its third season in October when the Chance family will get the opportunity to meet Sabrina’s (Shannon Woodward) mother Tamara Collins for the first time. We learned in season two that Sabrina came from a family with money, so it will be interesting to see if the two families […]
Not surprisingly, Ryan Seacrest has been named the host of Fox’s upcoming 25th anniversary special.
Not only are casts from “The X Files,” “Beverly Hills 90210” and “Married… with Children” reuniting to celebrate Fox’s 25th Anniversary, now the network has announced that stars from “That ’70s Show” and “In Living Color” will return to the network as well for the broadcast special. Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon and Wilmer […]
It was only a fleeting appearance, but unlike when Conan O’Brien showed up on “HIMYM,” you didn’t need to freeze-frame to see Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino on last night’s funny episode of “Suburgatory”.
Meet Michael Britten (a very un-Malfoy Jason Isaacs), a police detective who discovers he is living in two separate realities after awakening from a brutal car accident with his wife and son.