MIAMI, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, the bilingual/bicultural network for the US Latino audience, picks up another season of the wild and funny home video show "Mis Videos Locos with Paul Rodriguez". Season two delivers even more outrageous footage of dumb criminals, mad DUI stops, police dash-cams and wild chases, outlandish conduct on surveillance, stupid human tricks and animals antics, rarely seen local commercials and plenty of party bloopers. New episodes of "Mis Videos Locos with Paul Rodriguez" will premiere every Sunday starting March 13 at 10pm (ET/PST) on Tr3s.
"I have a lot of fun taping 'Mis Videos' and I'm grateful that after 20+ years in the business, my fans still love me and that going 'viral' is actually a good thing," commented Rodriguez.
Hosted by the trailblazing Latino comedian, "Mis Videos Locos with Paul Rodriguez", features never-before-seen footage from people around the world caught on tape engaging in the weirdest, wildest and often the stupidest behavior imaginable! It's a fast-paced mixture of cooler-talk video clips, and hip, hysterical commentary by the sharp-tongued Mr. Rodriguez. Viewers will be caught off-guard with the lunacy that's coming around every corner, as they are pummeled with one incredibly bizarre clip after another.
About Paul Rodriguez
As an actor and comedian, Paul Rodriguez's career spans over two decades and includes starring roles and featured appearances in over 40 films and countless television series' and comedy specials, including his new film "Without Me" with Eva Longoria and Christian Slater, and past films including "Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore," "Beverly Hills Chihuahua," "Ali," "Rat Race," "The World's Fastest Indian," "Tortilla Soup" and "Bloodwork" – among others. As an accomplished writer, director and producer for television, motion pictures and feature shows, Rodriguez has many hit projects to his credits including numerous HBO and Comedy Central Specials including his last Comedy Central special and DVD "Comedy Rehab" and the comedy concert film "The Original Latin Kings of Comedy," for which he both starred in and executive produced as well as the film "A Million to Juan," which he also wrote and directed.
In addition to making millions of people laugh all over the world (in Spanish and English), Rodriguez was voted one of the most influential Hispanics in America and awarded the prestigious Ruben Salazar Award by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR). Throughout his career Rodriguez has remained involved with various charitable, civic and educational organizations. Recently, he was honored with the Humanitarian of the Year Award by the City of Fresno for his tireless work on behalf of water conservation. As an appointee to the California Film Commission, he is also working to secure jobs by having film production remain in California.
About Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas
Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, owned and operated by MTV Networks Latin America, reaches 6.3 million Hispanic TV households (49% of US Hispanic Total TV HH) and 35 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.
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