Centro Latino for Literacy PSA






Hollywood  

American Latino: TV Worth Watching

The syndicated show, now in its 10th season, is seen in almost a hundred markets around the country, including L.A.

By Se Fija!
Published on LatinoLA: November 10, 2012


American Latino: TV Worth Watching


"American Latino" has been roaming around the syndicated airwaves for quite a while now. Currently it can be seen in almost a hundred markets around the country at least once each weekend. In LatinoLA, it's KABC7 on Sundays at 4:30 pm. It's a slickly produced half-hour hosted by the dynamic Valery Ortiz ("Diary of a Single Mom," "South of Nowhere") that includes interviews with actors, musicians, athletes and more.

The last few weeks of "American Latino" having been hitting the high points, offering exclusive interviews with major players like Cote de Pablo of "NCIS," the legendary Diego Luna, our buddy Adam Irigoyen, and Fatima Ptacek, the voice of "Dora the Explorer." Next weekend, Madeleine Stowe of ABC's Revenge will be stopping by.

"American Latino" also has a nicely made profile compilation called "American Latino Presents Dreams," and does shorter online segments on the Arts, Music, and Style–all of it professional, stylish, and well worth watching.

You can catch some past episodes here, on American Latino website, and you can check here to see what time the show plays in your particular part of the world. You can follow the show on Facebook, too, right here. Meanwhile, here's an example of their segment called "State of the Arts:" a 3:30 profile of Latina film director Patricia Riggen ("Under the Same Moon," "Girl in Progress").

Author's website




   print this










OUR CONTENT SECTIONS


Arts & Entertainment Comunidad Forum People El Editor's Blog


Careers Expresate Hollywood Tecnología RSS Feeds