Fear the Walking Dead: “Blood in the Streets” Review

Season 2 | Episode 4
Hey #FTWD fans!  The crew and I got together this week to talk about this week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead, which aired Sunday, May 1 on AMC.
SYNOPSIS: The group lets a family in distress board the Abigail; Strand’s past begins to come to light; Nick looks for an associate of Strand’s.
Check out our podcast review below and let us know your thoughts on the episode! Who do you trust on the Abigail?? We want to know!

Fear the Walking Dead: “Blood in the Streets” Podcast Review




This new show will debut on Sunday, May 7 at 7pm ET / 6pm CT and again at 12pm ET / 11pm CT exclusively by DIRECTV channel 432.

This May, accompany Flash the Puppy while he hosts ZooMoo’s Fabulous Food Awards honoring all the food-loving animals of the world along with their favorite foods. The most coveted awards such as “Best Magical Chef” and “Craziest Nutcracker” will be handed out to the well-deserving winner. Many of the delicious dishes devoured by all animals of the world will also qualify for awards, such as seafood, vegetarian and even worms!

Who will win?

Tune in to find out!


ZooMoo, the first interactive children’s channel in the world designed to promote a love of nature and animals through a unique and safe experience combines puppets, cartoons and the most incredible images of natural history worldwide in high definition (HD) to tell stories about the animal kingdom. This channel has more than 7,000 individual stories about animals, and more than 500 hours of original content, which are seen by 140 million people in 23 countries.

The channel is complemented by a free downloadable, standalone App that when synced to the channel enhances the interactivity by also turning smartphones and tablets into an extension of the channel, providing a one-of-a-kind multiplatform experience that allows viewers to automatically collect animals they encounter on the TV screen by bringing them to life on their mobile devices with games, music, puzzles and other activities.


For more information visit: http://america.zoomoo.tv/

From Humble Beginnings To A Big Shot Reality – Cris Abrego

From Humble Beginnings To A Big Shot Reality

unnamed[1]Cris Abrego, a son of immigrant Mexican parents from El Monte, CA, built an reality TV empire creating mega-hit television shows including: The Surreal Life, Flavor of Love, Rock of Love and Charm School. Now, as Co-Executive General Manager of Endemol Shine North America he shares his incredible journey of success in Hollywood through his new book, “Make it Reality: Create Your Opportunity, Own Your Success.”

Abrego’s tell-all book, which now available, provides practical and motivating lessons collected from almost twenty years on the frontlines of television, including: how to visualize your goals and work tirelessly to attain them; when to take risks and push boundaries; and how to continually raise the bar for yourself and realize there are no limits on what can be achieved.

unnamed[1] (2)Abrego looks back on his humble beginnings in El Monte when he was only dreaming of doing something big with his life to his current days of working with the likes of Pitbull, Ryan Seacrest, Eva Longoria, Steve Harvey, George Lopez, Flavor Flav, Mario Lopez and Irv Gotti. Make It Reality: Create Your Opportunity, Own Your Success” will give any reader the urge to take action, inspire creativity and take control of their life. Abrego proves that success isn’t about your pedigree or your connections; rather it’s about vision, leadership, and courage. He teaches that finding your overarching dream is the first step in achieving your goals.


Kids Zone in Spanish Launches on X1:

They have the remote. You have the control.

 Kids Zone-Spanish Guide copy

We first introduced Xfinity Kids Zone last year and the response from users has been terrific. Kids have a safe place to watch TV independently and parents get peace of mind knowing the content has been deemed age-appropriate by Common Sense Media (www.commonsensemedia.org).

Today we’re making Kids Zone a truly bicultural experience: now available in Spanish, Kids Zone meets the needs of today’s Hispanic families and gives children a fun place to browse and watch TV in the language of their choice.

This also will be the first experience that provides parents access to Common Sense Media’s age-based ratings and reviews in Spanish – directly on the TV – for some of the most-popular Latino kids TV programs including El Chavo Animado, Tayo, Nina’s World and Plaza Sésamo. We’ll work with Common Sense Media to grow the catalog of in-language rated content over time and keep arming bicultural families with more resources and information to aid the decision-making process.

Kids Zone seamlessly blends live, on demand, DVR’d and purchased English and Spanish-language programming into one simple and safe user interface that can be set to either language. It can be easily accessed via the kids section of Xfinity On Demand or by simply saying “Kids Zone” into the X1 voice remote. Kids Zone provides customizable settings allowing parents to filter content by a specific age-group and set up a four-digit pin to prevent children from exiting Kids Zone without permission.

The updates we’re making to Kids Zone on the X1 are one more example of how Xfinity is transforming the home entertainment experience for our bicultural Latino customers and their families.