Fox has officially closed the long-rumored deal to pick up Q’Viva! The Chosen, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s docu-reality series, executive produced by American Idol creator Simon Fuller. The series, which searches for Latin American singing and dancing talent, will premiere on Saturday, March 3, and will air every Saturday until its finale on April 7 in a second window to the show’s primary U.S. broadcaster, Spanish-language network Univision. The deal, said to be separate from Lopez’s pact for Idol, expands her and Fuller’s relationship with Fox.
Fox Closes Acquisition Deal For JLo & Marc Anthony's 'Q'Viva!' To Air On Saturdays
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