New FYI Television Series “Kiki Mobile” to Premiere during Hispanic Heritage Month on Sunday, September 17 at 12pm ET
Latin Hollywood Films to Produce
A+E Networks’ lifestyle network FYI will premiere Kiki Mobile during Hispanic Heritage Month, on Sunday, September 17 at 12pm ET. Latin Hollywood Films, a full-service production company and creator of hit shows like Showtime Networks’ Kiki Melendez Hot Tamales Live, will be producing the 13 one-hour episodes of the new series
Kiki Mobile will bring the Hollywood studio to fans and viewers with a mobile talk show operating out of a custom designed RV. The RV will be outfitted as a studio and travel around California to cover events like film premieres, award shows, concerts, conduct one-on-one interviews and more.
“This is my ultimate dream gig, to create a launching pad for multi-cultural talent in America. This show will be all about discovering new faces, while celebrating those already embraced in Hollywood,” said Kiki Melendez, who stars as host and is executive producing.
Melendez has successfully proven herself on both English and Spanish language television networks. In Spanish television, Kiki hosted one of the first bilingual shows in the U.S., Kiki Desde Hollywood, which became the #1 entertainment show for Galavision National Cable Network. Her next project, Kiki Melendez Hot Tamales Live on Showtime was a bonafide hit and aired from 2009-2011. Her docu-comedy A Journey of A Female Comic enjoyed a theatrical release through AMC Theaters’ independent program and was Oscar qualified in 2015.
Kiki Mobile is produced by Latin Hollywood Films for FYI. Sarkis Semeryan and Arsen Pananyan (JEAR Entertainment), Julia Carias-Linares (Married Life, Married at First Sight) and Melendez serve as executive producers. Kukhautusha Croom (2017 BET Awards Digital Red Carpet Live, 2017 NAACP Image Awards Red Carpet Live) is showrunner. Talent Executive is Queenie Donaldson (Viacom Network). Pejman Partiyeli, Charo Toledo (5 Time Emmy Nominee East Los HIGH, Univision’s La Reina De La Canción), Lino Garcia and Cindy Cowan (Red Lights) serve as producers.