First Latino LGBTQ Talkshow To Debut This Fall On LATV

First Latino LGBTQ Talkshow To Debut This Fall On LATV
Patrick Gomez, Enrique Sapene and Alexander Rodriguez of LATV’s ‘Glitterbomb’

LATV Network – the original national, bicultural television network – is making history as it launches its new, groundbreaking weekly talkshow, Glitterbomb, set to premiere this fall.

According to press materials, Glitterbomb is “an explosive pop-culture talk show hosted by an entirely gay, Latino, Hollywood-insider panel featuring “Entertainment Weekly” senior editor Patrick Gomez, actor Enrique Sapene and iHeartRadio personality Alexander Rodriguez.”

Combining experience from the worlds of radio, acting and journalism, the English-language show will offer insight into A-lister life from a decidedly queer Latino perspective.

With a festive and unique flavor, the show promises no subject will be too hot to handle and no scandal too spicy to dig into.

Produced at LATV’s state-of-the-art HD studios in Los Angeles, Glitterbomb plans to offer the latest in pop culture news and trends; insider looks at the latest celebrity hot spots and events; as well as some of the biggest names in entertainment.

“We could not be happier that LATV has given three gay Latinos a platform as big as Glitterbomb,” co-hosts Gomez, Rodriguez, and Sapene say in a joint statement. “But we hope that people of all races, genders, and orientations will see a bit of themselves in our show — or, at the very least, have a good time watching it!”

LATV is the only remaining Latino-owned TV network in the Hispanic television space. Its programming primarily targets U.S.-born Latinos and the coveted bicultural 18-49 Latino demographic, with content that features originally-produced shows in Los Angeles, as well as licensed content that has never before been seen in the U.S.

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