Telemundo sets People’s Choice Latin Music Awards, Netflix renews “Formula 1” (TV News Roundup)

The People’s Choice Awards will air a show dedicated to Latin music on Telemundo in the spring of 2023, NBCUniversal announced.

The People’s Choice Latin Music Awards are an extension of the annual telecast on E! and NBC. It will celebrate “all genres of Hispanic music, entertainment, style and pop culture, entirely chosen by the public in the same spirit of the established brand”, according to Telemundo.

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“Continuing our mission to bring the best entertainment properties to all Latino audiences in the United States, we are thrilled to leverage the power of the NBCUniversal portfolio to deliver a fully customized version of one of the award shows. most successful ones,” said Ronald Day, president of entertainment and content for Telemundo. “As we continue to bring innovative content to our audience, we’re excited to empower fans to honor their favorite Latino stars in music, entertainment and pop culture.”

The Telemundo expansion allows NBCUniversal to get the most out of the People’s Choice franchise, which it acquired in 2017. NBC, and now we can reinvent for a whole new audience on Telemundo,” added Jen Neal, Executive Vice President of Live Events for NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “We look forward to working with the Telemundo team to bring this which I know to be an amazing sight.”

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PROGRAMMING

“Inspiring America: The 2022 Inspiration List” will air Saturday and Sunday on NBC, MSNBC, CNBC and Telemundo, NBCUniversal News Group announced. The one-hour prime-time event is the culmination of the “Inspiring America” ​​programming franchise, now in its second year, which airs content about people who have made an impact on their community. on NBCUniversal’s networks and platforms. Lester Holt of “NBC Nightly News” and Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb of “Today” host, and the special will include interviews and reports from José Díaz-Balart, Craig Melvin, Shepard Smith and other NBC reporters News, Noticias Telemundo, MSNBC and CNBC. The special will pay tribute to several people, including: actress Rita Moreno; Olympic athletes Nathan Chen, Erin Jackson and Mikaela Shiffrin; climatologist Katharine Hayhoe; Christy Turlington Burns, founder and model of nonprofit Every Mother Counts; SpaceX President and COO Gwynne Shotwell; and Pastor Phil Metzger, who organized a campaign to give shelter to thousands of Ukrainian refugees. In addition to airing on multiple NBCUniversal channels, the special will also receive encores on “Today All Day” and “NBC News Now,” as well as streaming on Peacock.

RENEWALS

Formula 1: drive to survivehas been renewed for seasons 5 and 6 on Netflix, with season 5 currently filming and set to premiere in 2023.’ biggest audience yet, making it into the weekly Top 10 in 56 countries. “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” is produced by Oscar winner James Gay-Rees and Paul Martin for Box to Box Films.

LATE AT NIGHT

Sophie Turner, Tom Pelphrey and Moses Storm will be guests on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” this Friday, while Chris O’Donnell and Elvis Costello will appear on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”

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