LATV makes history by launching the first LGBTQ Latinx talk show on nationwide television

Source: Newswire 

LATV Network 

LATV Network is excited to announce the launch of its groundbreaking weekly talk show "Glitterbomb." "Glitterbomb" will be the first-ever talk show with an entirely gay Latino cast. According to their Newswire Press Release, the original national, bicultural TV network will be premiering the show this fall.

Luca Bentivoglio, LATV's COO and Head of Programming had this say:
The LGBTQ Latino community has, for too long, been underserved. LATV is proud to foster an environment of inclusivity and we are thrilled to be a pioneer in LGBTQ Latino programming by airing the first-ever talk show with an entirely gay Latino cast. As part of our network’s mission to be as inclusive as possible, ‘Glitterbomb’ is a shining example of our network’s commitment to serving diverse and alternative audiences.
"Glitterbomb" is an explosive pop-culture talk show hosted by a Hollywood-insider panel featuring "Entertainment Weekly" senior editor Patrick Gomez, iHeartRadio personality Alexander Rodriguez, and actor Enrique Sapene. The show will be welcoming some of the biggest names in Hollywood and provide an inside look at the latest celebrity hot spots and events, as well as heated discussion about the latest news and trends!

Co-hosts Gomez, Rodriguez, and Sapene said this in a joint statement:
We could not be happier that LATV has given three gay Latinos a platform as big as "Glitterbomb." 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!
The show will be produced at LATV's state-of-the-art HD studios in Los Angeles.

About LATV:
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. For more go to