New Spanish-Language Network MundoFox Announces Horror Series Kdabra
MundoFox, the new Spanish-language broadcast network from Fox International Channels and RCN Television Group of Colombia, is the newest player in the underserved Hispanic media marketplace, and it's just launched a horror-themed series entitled "Kdabra."
There's also "Tiempo Final," which may not be strictly a genre show, but it sure sounds interesting!
From the Press Release:
MundoFox is proud to have a diverse roster of quality programming that echoes the interests of the 'New Latino' viewer. The MundoFox lineup includes:
There are lots of other shows to check out as well as Peabody Award-winning journalist Rolando Nichols anchoring "Noticias MundoFox" every weeknight at 6 p.m., the only newscast in Spanish to be produced live for both the East and the West Coast. MundoFox has already built a base of 50 affiliate stations in markets representing 80% of U.S. Hispanic households, and the network is confident its groundbreaking and innovative program mix will appeal to a significant portion of the 52 million (and growing) Latinos who live in the U.S.
MundoFox will be available on broadcast over-the-air television as well as through cable, satellite and telco providers (for local channel number information, visit or call your cable, satellite or telco provider).
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