New Cast Of Quinceaneras Go Digital And Share Glamourous Transformations With Viewers On The 9th Season Of Quiero Mis Quinces
A Varsity basketball player lets her hair down and unveils her feminine side, a teased teen unveils a new smile and a fresh look, and first-ever triplets deliver a trio of attitudes!
New episodes premiere every Monday at 9pm, followed by a LIVE chat on www.Tr3s.com
MIAMI, Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In its ninth season "Quiero Mis Quinces," the new cast of quinceaneras goes LIVE on Tr3s.com to share their story and unique transformations after every new episode. The new season continues to deliver the ultimate coming of-age parties that capture the good, the bad and the over-the-top surprises of a teenager's dream. In every episode a new quinceanera will indulge in a glamour makeover to tap into their more feminine side. A talented Varsity basketball player lets her hair down; a high school-teased Latina makes her debut with a new smile and a fresh look, and a set of triplets delivers triple the attitude. "Quiero Mis Quinces" holds court every Monday at 9pm on Tr3s, followed by a LIVE chat with a cast on www.Tr3s.com.
"Quiero Mis Quinces" goes beyond the stereotypical highs and lows of planning the 'quinces' celebration, profiling the life of each fifteen year old, what this landmark birthday signifies and how family is at- the-heart of this significant milestone. "Quiero Mis Quinces" is produced by Sebastian Portillo, Director of Reality Content for Tr3s.
About Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas
Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, owned and operated by Viacom International Media Networks, a unit of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIA.B), reaches 6.1 million Hispanic TV households (45% of US Hispanic Total TV HH) and 34 million total TV households. The network's programming embraces the trilogy of cultures that represents Latino life – Latin American plus American equals US Latino - through original productions, key acquisitions, and content from MTV Networks' portfolio of entertainment brands. Tr3s embraces the key lifestyle aspects of Latino identity -- milestones, making it and music -- as well as social responsibility through its initiative "Agentes de Cambio", which tackles issues that affect Latinos today. The network also taps into the growing number of Latinos that are digitally connected through www.tr3s.com.
SOURCE Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas