Popular Mexican singer Larry Hernandez will star in his own reality show, "Larrymania," which will debut on Oct. 7 on the mun2 cable network.
The weekly program will be broadcast on Sunday evenings and will consist of 10 one-hour episodes that will follow the day-to-day activities of the artist, who was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Culiacan, Mexico.
Hernandez, one of whose numbers is the hit "Arrastrando las patas," is one of the most popular Latino music artists in the United States and Mexico.
By watching the series, fans of the singer will be able to get a look into his private life and his work.
The series will cover his activities from his sold-out concerts in Phoenix and a visit to a Los Angeles firing range with soap opera star Rafael Amaya to the organization of a surprise party for his mother in Mexico.
Hernandez, who began singing as a child, became known for his interpretations of traditional ballads as he developed his own style, which has garnered him wide acceptance among the Hispanic public, many of whom follow him via the social media. He currently has some 1.2 million fans on Facebook and about 200,000 followers on Twitter. EFE