Eddie Cibrian
The Cancelled Club: 5 Eddie Cibrian TV Shows Axed Too Soon
By Lee Hernandez | 10/06/2011 - 15:33

Earlier this week, NBC’s The Playboy Club—starring Cuban actor Eddie Cibrian—became the first official cancellation of the 2011-12 TV season. The peacock network announced that it was pulling the plug on the period drama after the show's third episode drew just over three million viewers (a very low number for a primetime drama on a major network). But if you ask us, The Playboy Club had a lot of potential.


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Star Tracker: Gloria Estefan
Star Tracker: Gloria Estefan, Edgar Ramirez, and Amaury Nolasco
By Irasema Romero | 04/08/2011 - 11:31

—"You get one chance. Give it everything and go for it." Those are Gloria Estefan’s words to a Miami singers auditioning for Simon Cowell’s The X-Factor. While it’s not clear if she is in the running to join the show as a judge, the Cuban singer apparently showed up to the auditions to support contestants.


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TV Report Card: Which New Shows Starring Latinos Made the Grade?
TV Report Card: Which New Shows Starring Latinos Made the Grade?
By Lee Hernandez | 10/08/2010 - 15:55

By now, most of the Fall TV season’s new shows have premiered. But which shows starring Latinos have staying power and which ones are headed for cancellation? Here’s our take:

Monday:


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EXCLUSIVE: Amaury Nolasco Dishes on His New Show 'Chase'
EXCLUSIVE: Amaury Nolasco Dishes on His New Show 'Chase'
By Lee Hernandez | 09/20/2010 - 10:40

Amaury Nolasco, 39, has a starring role on one of the fall season's hottest new dramas—Jerry Bruckheimer's action-packed cat and mouse, Chase. The Boricua actor, best known for his role as inmate Fernando Sucre on FOX's Prison Break, spoke to Latina.com about the new show (premiering tonight at 10 p.m. on NBC),  the coolest chase scene he's filmed so far, and why his character is a Latino role model.

Tell us about your new show, Chase.


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Amaury Nolasco On Losing His Sister: “She Was the Love of My Life”
By Lee Hernandez | 09/15/2010 - 16:11

Prison Break alum, Amaury Nolasco tragically lost his sister, Deborah this past July, when the 33-year-old—who had a history of heart problems—died suddenly of an apparent heart attack. The Boricua actor, 39, who next be seen starring on NBC’s Jerry Bruckheimer drama, Chase (which premieres next Monday) spoke to Latina.com about his loss.

“It’s been a rough year,” Nolasco said. “We lost my sister a couple of months ago, so it’s been hard. She was the love of my life. She was my light.”


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