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  • Univision announces Fall 2011-12 schedule

    Univision announces Fall 2011-12 schedule
    Three telenovelas continue their popular run as the centerpiece of Univision’s fall TV season, while “Sabado Gigante” prepares for its 50th anniversary in 2012—and world record as the longest running variety show in TV history. Erick Estrada will compete in Season 2 of the dance contest series “¡Mira Quien Baila!” beginning Sept. 11. Below is the network’s fall 2011-12 schedule and a press release. For complete coverage, visit online or on your mobile phone.
  • 'Eva Luna' finally makes its way to Los Angeles for its grand finale

    Univision's hit telenovela "Eva Luna" travels to Los Angeles for its final episode.

    “Sabado Gigante” celebrates 50th anniversary Oct. 27 on Univision

    Certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running variety show in television history, Univision's Sábado Gigante began in 1962 on a Chilean TV network, created and hosted by Mario Kreutzberger (better known as “Don FranciscoR

    Trapped miners in Chile face long wait

    Rescuers were able to lower a video camera into the shaft but no audio link. Grainy black-and-white footage showed the dazed eyes of a single miner. The 33 men have been trapped for 18 days. Authorities are now working to get the miners glucose,...

    Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon to feature Carrot Top, David Archuleta, Enrique Iglesias, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Barry Manilow, Charo

    David Archuleta performs at Amway Arena last year in this Sentinel photo by Nick Masuda. Have you been missing Central Florida's Carrot Top? You can catch him on the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon this year. The event starts at 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 5, and end