By Amaris Castillo | 12/07/2011 - 09:30
The sneak peek of Rob Schneider’s new CBS comedy is less than 30 seconds long, but that’s all we need to get it!
¡Rob! centers on an architect (played by Schneider) who marries into a tight-knit Mexican family. In the hilarious teaser, Schneider’s character is at dinner with his wife’s family and they’re all yelling over one another—he thinks they’re arguing, but they’re just talking. It's a quick lesson in acculturation.
By Lee Hernandez | 08/11/2011 - 01:15
It was almost two years ago that Mexican comedian George Lopez vowed to revolutionize late-night as the first Latino talk show host on primetime. But today, after just two seasons on the air, TBS announced that Lopez Tonight, which has been suffering in the ratings for the past few months, will not be renewed for a third season.
By Lee Hernandez | 07/14/2011 - 13:27
When nominations for the 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced this morning, we were elated to hear Sofia Vergara’s name among the nominees. The Colombian actress—a scene-stealer on ABC’s Modern Family—received her second consecutive Outstanding Supporting Actress nomination for her work on the hit comedy.
By Lee Hernandez | 01/07/2011 - 18:19
Since the launch of Oprah's OWN cable television channel on January 1st, we've noticed that most of the protégés on Lady O's new network are white, and that while there's plenty that's worth seeing on the channel, there's one thing that's missing: Latinos!
We make up roughly 14 percent of the U.S. population (and growing fast!) and yet, there isn't room for a single Latino personality to host a program on the new network?
By Lee Hernandez | 12/06/2010 - 08:15
Mariah Carey may be showered with affection and love everywhere she goes now, but the 40-year-old singer says she didn't always fit in.
By Lee Hernandez | 06/01/2010 - 15:00
Many people believe that the only way to get more Latin actors in front of the camera is to have more of us in executive positions behind the camera. There is proof that when a Latina runs a TV network, there are more opportunities for Latinos. Exhibit A: CBS