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Univision to Air Jennifer Lopez Reality Show

'¡Q’Viva!' will follow the singer and ex-husband Marc Anthony on Latin American talent search

October 19, 2011 1:35 PM ET
Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez
Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez
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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's new television series, ¡Q’Viva! The Chosen, has found a home in the United States on the Univision network. The show, produced by American Idol creator Simon Fuller, will follow the former couple as they search for new talent throughout Latin America. The reality show has been sold to 21 broadcast networks internationally.

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Hour-long episodes of ¡Q’Viva! The Chosen will air on Univision beginning next year. The show, which will be broadcast in Spanish on Univision, is being produced in Portuguese and English as well to play in other markets abroad.

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