"Let's Talk!"- A New LATINA Talk Show Comes to TV

Latin Heat Entertainment announces the broadcast premiere of "Let's Talk!" a talk show like no other, May 12

By Brenda Herrera
Published on LatinoLA: May 12, 2011

"Let's Talk!"- A New LATINA Talk Show Comes to TV

"Let's Talk!", produced by Latin Heat Entertainment makes its broadcast premiere on Thursday, May 12th, 2011 on KJLA. The ground breaking daytime talk show scheduled to air weekly Thursday mornings at its 7:30 AM time slot, gives its audience a fresh, new perspective on universal topics that everyone can relate to.

The English-language talk show featuring four dynamic and opinionated Latinas including Emmy-award winning journalist Naibe Reynoso; Actress-comedienne Dyana Ortelli (Curb Your Enthusiasm); Bel Hernandez, Publisher of Latin Heat, a print and online magazine; and Actress and Y-Generation/Green Gal Kikey Castillo is sure to get viewers going first thing in the morning as they prepare to take on the world.

"Let's Talk!" has what no other network television talk show has, the English speaking Latina perspective in daytime talk. With the U.S. Latina consumer market at more than 23 million strong and a spending power of $479 billion dollars (Hispanic ventures 2010), it is unclear why this very important consumer group continues to be ignored.

"Let's Talk!" television launch kicked off with a private VIP celebration on May 11th. Guests will includeed "Let's Talk!" hosts, previous show guests, celebrity friends and sponsors. "We are thrilled to bring our show to the small screen and very excited to celebrate this achievement with everyone that has worked so hard on this project and share this experience with all our friends and supporters," said Bel Hernandez, Executive Producer of "Let's Talk!"

The "Let's Talk!" TV talk show is a celebrity driven talk-fest featuring some of Hollywood's hottest talent. The "Let's Talk!" broadcast premiere episode will feature actor Benito Martinez (The Shield) who shares his career achievements, current and upcoming projects and also reveals a very personal story about his wife's bout with breast cancer. As part of "Let's Talk!" commitment to bringing responsible programming to its bilingual/bicultural audience, the show is dedicated to addressing issues that otherwise may not be discussed in Latino households.

Latinos are a large and influential segment of the U.S. population and as such have plenty to say regarding issues affecting all Americans. It's time the US Latina voice was heard and "Let's Talk!" is the first to do so in this kind of format, expressing the opinions of first and second generation Latinas across the country.

Not only will you be able to see "Let's Talk!" locally in the Los Angeles area on KJLA (check your local listings) but you will also be able to see these same episodes in the Houston area on MCB-54 and on the web at www.letstalkshow.tv and www.OVNTV.com. For more information regarding "Let's Talk!", please visit: www.letstalkshow.tv.

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