Eva Longoria to host CNN+ series on Mexico
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
CNN has brought actress Eva Longoria on board to helm a six part documentary for its upcoming streaming service.
CNN will likely pull originals from HBO Max to help bolster its own streamer https://t.co/EK3lYi6h8C #TVNews #BroadcastNews
— TVNewsMix (@TVNewsMix) December 17, 2021
Longoria, who is perhaps best known for her work on “Desperate Housewives,” will host “Eva Longoria: Searching for Mexico.”
The series is based on the CNN original series “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy.”
Tucci will executive produce the Longoria series along with Longoria and Ben Spector.
Meanwhile, a second season of “Searching for Italy” has been ordered with a spring 2022 debut expected.
“Searching for Mexico” will only appear on CNN+, the streaming service the network is set to launch in 2022.
“Search for Italy,” and therefore “Searching for Mexico” are both focused on the food and culture of a country and were inspired by the popular CNN series “Parts Unknown” hosted by the late Anthony Bourdain.
Old episodes of “Parts Unknown” is still available on digital platforms and reports say it may move to CNN+ exclusively come 2022.
- TV Industry News
- Broadcast Engineering News
- Broadcast Design News
- TV Talk Shows
- TV Syndication
- TV Advertising
- TV News Jobs
- TV Industry Mergers and Acquisitions
- TV Anchors
- Cable News
- Late Night TV
- TV Syndication News
- Broadcast Industry News
- TV News Drone Journalism
- TV News Augmented Reality
- TV Weather Forecasting
- TV News Journalism
- TV News Ethics
- OTT News
- News About NBC
- News About CBS
- News About ABC
- News About CNN
- News About MSNBC
- News About Fox News