Miami, February 12 – The late singer Jenni Rivera will be present on television through the third season of “I Love Jenni,” the “reality show” to be released on April 14 by the Hispanic network Mun2.
The new season will include footage taken during the month before the plane crash in Mexico in which the California-born singer died last December along with six others, detailed today in a statement chain.
It also includes new episodes that reflect the daily life of your family as you adapt to the loss of the singer, and involve their children Chiquis, Jacqui, Michael, Jenicka and Johnny and his sister Rosie.
Prior to the premiere of the third season of the series, Mun2 issued on April 7, 2013 a special one hour to celebrate the life of the “Diva of the band.”
The special includes interviews with artists and friends of the singer as Thalía, Snoop Lion and Diana Reyes, star of Mexican regional music like Los Tucanes de Tijuana, Horóscopos de Durango and Larry Hernandez, and television presenters Carson Daly of “The Voice,” and Mario Lopez of “Extra.”
Under this channel lifestyle and entertainment for young bilingual Hispanics, “I Love Jenni,” which debuted its first season in 2009, was the most watched series of the chain in 2011, with an audience of nearly 3.5 million viewers.