Popular Dominican entertainer Charytin Goyco says she is developing a very contemporary show for her return to Hispanic television on Mega TV.
"It will be an avant-garde program ... a program for the people of today, regardless of age," the singer, actress and host told Efe.
As part of her exclusive deal with SBS-Mega TV, Charytin will also be offering a weekly two-hour radio program on the Spanish Broadcasting System.
The live TV show, "Charytin," will be "full of interviews and comedy," Goyco said, and will maintain the "soul" of her earlier projects, but with a spirit that is even more "energetic, quick and interactive."
A fixture on Spanish-language television since the 1970s, the Dominican star has been absent from the small screen since Telefutura's "Escandalo TV" left the airwaves in October 2011.