Get Your First Look at Demi Lovato in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series
We told you back in June that Demi Lovato is guest starring in “From Dusk Till Dawn” this season, and as it turns out, she’s not just appearing in the finale, Episode 2.10, “Santa Sangre”; we’ll also see her in the immediately preceding Episode 2.09, “There Will Be Blood.” Even better? We have a first-look photo of her in character to share!
Multi-platinum selling recording artist and actress Demi Lovato’s guest starring role in the supernatural crime saga “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series,” currently airing Tuesday nights at 9pm ET on El Rey Network, is that of Maia, the sexy, sultry sidekick of Carlos Madrigal, played by her real-life boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama (“That ’70s Show,” “Minority Report”). She appears in the last two episodes of Season 2, airing October 20th and October 27th.
Series creator Robert Rodriguez, who directed the Season 2 finale featuring Lovato, enjoyed working with the pop star so much that he went on to direct the music video for the title track of her new album, “Confident,” set to be released on October 16th.
If you’re not caught up on the series, don’t forget about this weekend’s mid-season marathon, featuring the first six episodes of Season 2, airing in order three times in a row, beginning on Saturday, October 3rd, at 12:00 noon ET.
Here’s what’s ahead on the show:
Episode 2.07 – “Bring Me the Head of Santanico Pandemonium” (airs 10/6/15)
Episode 2.08 – “The Last Temptation of Richard Gecko” (airs 10/13/15)
Episode 2.09 – “There Will Be Blood” (airs 10/20/15)
Santanico confronts Malvado with Seth’s help, while Richie and Kate must stop Carlos and Scott from overturning the ancient prophecy and taking control of a powerful evil. Written by Matt Morgan and Ian Sobel; directed by Joe Menendez
Episode 2.10 – “Santa Sangre” (airs 10/27/15)
Seth and Santanico clash with Richie over his betrayal, while Carlos and Scott aim to take Malvado’s empire and unleash culebra frenzy on the world. Written by Sarah Wise and Diego Gutierrez; directed by Robert Rodriguez