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ABC to Offer Spanish Programming

lopez.jpgABC News is reporting that this fall, viewers will have the opportunity to view all of the network's programming in Spanish. Will it get lost in the translation?

They don't seem to think so, hoping to capture some of the Latino market. "Almost half of the 41 million Hispanics in this country watch only or mostly Spanish-language television, and we want to bring that audience to ABC," said ABC entertainment chief Stephen McPherson said in a statement. Shows will be available either dubbed or with subtitles. Previous, the only ABC show aired in both languages was "George Lopez."

"Desperate Housewives," "Lost," "George Lopez" and the new Freddie Prinze, Jr. sitcom, "Freddie," will all be dubbed, as well as some of ABC's theatrical premieres and specials. The rest of the schedule will be offered with subtitles.

ABC has already begun casting for actors to provide the dubbing. -- Rachel Cericola


Posted by Rachel Cericola on September 8, 2005 10:14 PM
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