By Lee Hernandez | 09/23/2011 - 08:00
On Friday, ABC will air the series finale of All My Children, a soap opera which has been on the network for nearly 42 years. And with the popular daytime soap coming to an end, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at the Latino residents of Pine Valley.
By Miranda Noland | 08/29/2011 - 08:45
By Lee Hernandez | 06/20/2011 - 12:30
Puerto Rican actress Eva La Rue pretty much grew up on ABC’s All My Children, so we asked the CSI: Miami star—who is returning to the soap for its final stretch this summer—why she thinks daytime soaps (like AMC) are dying. Surprisingly enough, La Rue said it might have something to do with interest in tech-savvy TV shows, like the CSI series!
By Lee Hernandez | 06/09/2011 - 16:26
Yesterday, TVGuide.com broke the news that Puerto Rican actress Eva La Rue will be reprising her role as Dr. Maria Santos Grey on ABC’s All My Children, beginning in July.
By Lee Hernandez | 04/15/2011 - 19:28
Just as telenovelas are getting bigger/dominating the ratings, English-language soap operas are quickly becoming extinct. On Thursday, ABC revealed that All My Children will end in September and that One Life to Live will wrap in January 2012.
By Miranda Noland | 11/01/2010 - 13:21
After seeing what our celebs wore in Halloweens past, we were certain they wouldn't disappoint this year. They celebrated at events and parties all over the country looking creepy and cute, spooky and sweet and some even looked dead. Take a look at our favorites and let us know what you dressed up as this Halloween.
By Lee Hernandez | 10/20/2010 - 14:19
Things are going to get creepy on CSI: Miami’s October 31st episode and Latina.com caught up with part-boricua star, Eva La Rue for all of the exclusive, skin-crawling details.
Is CSI: Miami doing a Halloween episode this season?
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