Wednesday, September 19, 2007

The History Channel en español

If you watched "La Mentira" in spite of yourself <> you know Ms. Kate.

Ahhh, the nostalgia of a good novela is overwhelming me right now but I digress.

Beginning this fall, Mexican actress Kate del Castillo will be the spokesperson for The History Channel en español Fall Programming Initiative. During Hispanic Heritage Month, the television and film star will accompany Spanish speaking viewers on a Latino history journey. From mid-September through mid-October, del Castillo will join the network in a special tribute, highlighting Latin American history and some of its protagonists, introducing seven documentary films to Spanish speaking television viewers.

The films are:

“The Pinochet Case,” (airing September 11),
“The Sugar Curtain” (airing September 15),
“Señorita Extraviada” (Missing Young Woman, airing September 16),
“Mexican Migration to the U.S.” (airing September 23),
“The Private Archives Of Pablo Escobar” (airing September 30),
“The True Story of Che Guevara” (airing October 7)
“A Place Called Chiapas” (airing October 14).

1 comment:

Jessica Eve-Domino said...

We met at Brook Parkhurst's Learning Annex class (Belle in the Big Apple). Check out my blog whenever you have a chance: