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A Tiny Audience Set for HBO Latino


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HBO Latino is set to launch A Tiny Audience, a brand-new series of intimate music specials that features chart-topping Latin musicians speaking and performing in front of a “tiny” crowd.

The artists perform three songs: their biggest hit, the song that means the most to them and something they have always wanted to do but have not been able to find the place or time for. The series is based around the musicians and produced by February Entertainment.

The series will be broadcast around the globe, with HBO Latino airing an exclusive first look of the first episode on Friday, December 6th, at 9 p.m. The series will also be available on HBO GO, HBO NOW, HBO On Demand and partners’ streaming platforms.

Shot on a 5000 square-foot soundstage in Miami, the first episode features an impressive mix of artists, including Colombian superstar and Latin Grammy winner Juanes, who will perform “La camisa negra” and cover Weezer’s “Island in the Sun;” Dominican singer and songwriter Natti Natasha, performing “Dutti Love” and “La mejor versión de mí;” Colombian singer, songwriter and Latin Grammy nominee Sebastián Yatra, performing “No hay nadie más” and “Robarte un beso;” and Dominican-American singer and actress Jackie Cruz (Orange Is The New Black), performing “Melly 16” and covering Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie.”

The series consists of four one-hour multiple-artist programs and 22 up-to-half-an-hour single-artist programs. Subsequent episodes featuring Cami, Danny Ocean, Piso 21, Alejandra Guzman, Jesse y Joy, Natalia Jimenez, Tommy Torres, Diego Torres, Draco Rosa, Ally Brooke, Fonseca, SECH, Vicente Garcia, Mon Laferte, Debi Nova, Ximena Sarinana and La Santa Cecilia, among others, will air from early 2020.








About Alison Skilton

Alison Skilton is an associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at [email protected]

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