On Sunday, WGN America will debut its first original series: Salem, a dark drama that challenges what you think you know about the Salem Witch Trials.
When you turn on the TV, do you often wish that there were more Latino faces on screen? We do, too! But, we were shocked to find out that some of our favorite shows already had Latino stars.
From Ed Weeks to James Roday, these 12 actors star in your favorite TV shows (and you probably never even knew they were Latino!)
It's finally here!
Netflix released the full trailer for season two of Orange is the New Black, and it's so damn good.
Piper is back in SHU, Morello is out of prison, and there's a new girl behind bars. Plus, find out why Gloria (played by Selenis Leyva) doesn't trust any of these bitches.
Here it is -- we'll be watching over and over until the new season is released on Netflix on June 6th:
We feel like a broken record, but here it is: Saturday Night Live has yet again taken aim at Latinos, without, you know, actually having a Latino on cast. Really cool. In the newest sketch, Kenan Thompson plays Red Sox baseball player David Ortiz, honing in on his thick accent and his Dominican background. The entire sketch is centered around Ortiz's love for Dominican food. Because what else is a Latino but a lover of tostones with a thick accent?
Already on its sixth season, RuPaul’s Drag Race has become a vehicle for some of the fiercest drag queens all over the world looking to become bone fide superstars. So it’s no surprise that more than just a few Latina drag queens have sashayed their way in front of RuPaul to prove they have the look, the talent and the mascara to come out on top, or at least to go on reality TV without losing their wigs. Although a Latina drag queen has yet to win the big enchilada, their peers have crowned several of these ladies “Miss Congeniality.”
Fear is born.
That's the terrifying tagline for the NBC reboot of Roman Polanski's acclaimed horror flick, Rosemary's Baby.
Zoe Saldana stars as Rosemary Woodhouse, a young mother who believes she's given birth to the Antichrist. The series co-stars Patrick J. Adams, Jason Isaacs, and Christina Cole.
Check out the terrifying first trailer for the mini-series, which debuts this summer:
The story of Pablo Escobar certainly makes for good TV.
Netflix recently announced plans to produce Narcos, a new series about the infamous Colombian cartel boss. According to Spanish wire service EFE and The Huffington Post, Brazilian filmmaker Jose Padilha will direct the series.
David Zayas taking selfies ala Anthony Wiener style. Olga Merediz drilling harsh jabs into George Lopez. You’ll find both on FX’s new Lopez-led comedy, Saint George. As Lopez’s grandmother, Alma, and cousin, Junior, Merediz and Zayas, respectively, are side-by-side with the Latino legend of comedy on his return to TV. Here the duo speaks about working with Lopez, inappropriate family behavior and diversity on TV.
You’re a bit mean to George’s character on the show.
American Idol got its groove back!
Wednesday night, the top eight competitors from season 13 took to the stage to perform the songs they sang in their initial auditions. This was good news for the contestants and the audience, because the singers already knew these songs backwards and forwards.
As a result, American Idol delivered its strongest showing of the season, with all eight contestants singing their heart out to tunes by Aretha Franklin, Ed Sheeran, Adele, and more.