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Jack Rico

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2016/09/23 at 1:57pm

‘Highly Relevant’ Podcast Ep. 7 – Mark Consuelos On Breaking Hispanic Stereotypes, Anthony Mendez On Emmy Love, Tanzina Vega On Media Diversity

09.23.2016 | By |

In this seventh episode, actor Mark Consuelos, whose new show PITCH premiered this week on FOX, talks to me about what it’s like to co-host with his wife, “Live with Kelly Ripa,” the most coveted seat in morning television right now, plus, his opinion on whether he feels more Hispanic or American, and his answer on what his favorite album is… will leave you crying.  Read More

Jack Rico

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2016/01/29 at 10:45pm

Latino Singers Jencarlos Canela and Prince Royce Cast In FOX’s Live Musical ‘The Passion’

01.29.2016 | By |

Jencarlos Canela, known mostly for his Spanish-language work on Telemundo, Univision and who is currently in the studio working on his English album debut, has been cast in the role of Jesus Christ in THE PASSION, a live two-hour epic musical event airing in New Orleans on Palm Sunday, March 20 on FOX. Also, bachata singer turned pop singer Prince Royce will be playing the disciple Peter. Joining them are singer Chris Daughtry as Judas and Trisha Yearwood as Mary, the mother of Jesus.  Read More

Adam Garcia

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2015/09/10 at 3:52pm

‘Gotham’ Season 2 (TV Review)

09.10.2015 | By |

The 1-4-0: #Gotham, the Batman prequel series fails to correct the mistakes of the first season. Read More

Adam Garcia

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2015/09/08 at 2:27pm

The Grinder (TV Review)

09.8.2015 | By |

The 1-4-0: Rob Lowe’s natural charisma can’t save this lackluster sitcom. Read More

Adam Garcia

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2015/09/04 at 10:11am

Minority Report (TV Review)

09.4.2015 | By |

The 1-4-0: A direct sequel to the 2002 Tom Cruise / Steven Spielberg film, a Washington DC detective teams up with a “precog” to stop crime before it happens. Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/08/24 at 3:43pm

Hispanic Actors Reign Supreme On New Fox Fall Shows

08.24.2015 | By |

The FOX network is the multicultural channel of the moment, not only with the most buzzed about show on TV, Empire, but also with a slew of new shows highlighting Hispanic actors. Amongst the new talent lighting up the screen are Wilmer Valderrama, Christina Milian, Diego Boneta and Jaina Lee Ortiz. Watch their show’s trailers, details on their roles and the premise of each program after the jump. Read More

Jack Rico

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2015/07/14 at 10:06pm

‘Fantastic Four’: New Second Trailer Raises The Bar

07.14.2015 | By |

It’s been the laughing stock of 2015. Many critics and fans alike aren’t even giving FF4 a chance. They’ve killed it before it had a chance to hit the screen. Why? 1) It’s a remake//reboot/reimagination and people frown upon “re” of anything. 2) The cast. They’re not A-list actors and fans don’t think this B-team are good enough to get the job done. 3) It’s not a Marvel Studio film, but a Fox film. But after watching this second trailer, you haters might have to reconsider. Watch and be objective. It’s going to be a solid film. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/07/09 at 9:11am

“Fox and Friends” To Career Women: “Don’t Speak Loud.” 5 Other #FacePalm, Sexists Moments On The Show

07.9.2014 | By |

“Fox and Friends” is always on the lookout for women with helpful everyday tips, which are nicely complimented by co-host Brian Kilmeade’s thoughts…not!

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Mariana Dussan

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2014/05/06 at 2:06pm

Will Fox’s “Gang Related” Promote Or Break Latino Stereotypes?

05.6.2014 | By |

Ramon Rodriguez is coming hot off his latest film “Need For Speed” and jumping straight into his next crime-filled actioner, which might even stirrup drama outside of the little screen. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/03/06 at 12:56pm

Is Hip-Hop The New Television Trend?

03.6.2014 | By |

There might be a new trend alert in the horizon as both the film and television industries are looking to go hip-hop. Read More

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