Meet William Levy's New Girlfriend
Meet William Levy's New Girlfriend
By Johanna Ferreira | 05/20/2011 - 13:32

If you were wondering what exactly went down to cause the Levy-Gutierrez split, well, we got the answer for you. It was another woman. We knew William Levy was just too damn perfect! Apparently the Cuban telenovela actor has been seeing Barbara Lopez, the 19-year old (yes, that young!) daughter of television producer Reynaldo Lopez.


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EXCLUSIVE: Univision's Cesar Conde On Why Telenovelas Are Winning While English Soaps Are Dying
By Angie Romero | 05/19/2011 - 09:00

During its upfront presentation in New York City today, Univision is unveiling expanded content with its key partner Televisa across all television and interactive platforms as well as nearly 500 hours of original, Spanish-language programming in primetime and late night. And that’s not all—the Spanish-language giant is also announcing three new networks titled Univision TL Novelas, Univision Deportes, and Univision 24/7, which will focus exclusively on telenovelas, sports, and news, respectively, and bow in 2012.


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Kate del Castillo
Kate del Castillo Gets Really Mad Over Televisa's Censorship of 'La Reina del Sur'
By Celestrellas | 05/05/2011 - 16:30

Followers of the hit telenovela La Reina del Sur were let down during Wednesday night's telecast in Mexico which was supposed to feature actress Kate del Castillo's character Teresa Mendoza and Cristina Urgel's character Patricia O'Farrell locked in a  kiss. Televisa, the network that carries the broadcast, chose to censor the intimate moment between the characters.


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Barrios
GLAAD President on Depictions of Gays in Telenovelas: "They're Getting Better"
By Lee Hernandez | 04/27/2011 - 12:55

Smooches between people of the same sex on Spanish-language telenovelas  like the recent make out sesh between Kate Del Castillo and Cristina Urgel on Telemundo's La Reina del Sur — aren't all that common on Spanish soaps.


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From Soaps to Jabón: Are Telenovelas Replacing English-Language Soap Operas?
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.


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Kate del Castillo
Kate del Castillo is the Queen of TV with 'La Reina del Sur'
By Mariela Rosario | 03/21/2011 - 15:00

Chances are you are watching Telemundo's telenovela phenomenon La Reina del Sur, well, because, pretty much everyone is!

The telenovela is the most expensive ever in the history of the Spanish-language TV channel and it looks like the investment is paying off. La Reina del Sur has been smashing ratings records left and right (dominating programs across the board)—even English-language media is beginning to take notice.

Check out E!'s special report on Castillo and her hit show below:


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'La Reina del Sur' is Ratings Gold!
By Mariela Rosario | 03/16/2011 - 11:20

Looks like returning to telenovelas for La Reina del Sur was a smart move after all for Kate del Castillo. The new show is ratings gold and has raked in so many viewers night after night that even English-language programs are noticing. As a matter of fact, the Telemundo soap opera (the most expensive in the channel's history) was featured recently in a special Today show segment!


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Star Tracker: Enrique Iglesias, Jencarlos Canela and Paulina Rubio
By Irasema Romero | 03/03/2011 - 14:34

—   For the first time in his career, Enrique Iglesias has a #1 hit on Billboard’s U.S. Top 40 chart for his catchy song "Tonight." The singer has also broken record with a 23rd #1 song on the Dance chart, beating Michael Jackson and Prince for the most hits. He must really feel Euphoria now!


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The State of Texas Gets in the Telenovela Business to Save Lives
The State of Texas Gets in the Telenovela Business to Save Lives
By Fox News Latino | 12/01/2010 - 10:15

The Texas Department of Transportation launched a series of mini telenovelas this month in an effort to educate the Hispanic community about the consequences of drinking and driving. Qué scene:


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