Entertainment 'Selena: The Series' Announces Premiere Date for Part 2
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is coming back for its second part. On Monday, Netflix announced that the series about 's life and work before will debut its second part May 4, weeks before its planned May 14 release.
The streaming service announced the news with a teaser, which features' Selena performing "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" in a sparkly purple jumpsuit that the singer wore during her 1995 Houston Astrodome performance.
Netflix says that the second part of the series will chronicle "the years of hard work and sacrifice the Quintanilla family navigate together as she becomes the most successful female Latin artist of all time."
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Plus, Burgess opens up to ET about whether she'd like to see her real-life partner, Brian Austin Green, in the ballroom this season.ET exclusively spoke with the pro dancers at Cassie Scerbo's '80s-themed birthday bash (benefiting Boo2Bullying) in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where they reacted to the news and shared some of their hopes for the milestone season. The event took place just hours after ABC announced that the dance competition show would be returning this fall, with Tyra Banks back as host, and Len Goodman, Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli as judges. A premiere date, celebrity contestants and pro dancers will be announced at a later date.
"Now on the brink of stardom, Selena Quintanilla’s journey through the Tejano music world continues," the logline reads. "Learning how to handle her newfound success, Selena struggles to balance family, love, and a burgeoning career."
When ET spoke to Selena's sister, Suzette Quintanilla, last month,what fans can expect from the second and final part of the series, which she said will "cover the whole spectrum."
"This is coming into the part where Selena and Chris [Perez] elope and they get married," she said. "That's part of our life, that's part of the history of our family."
"It's just a little bit of everything. It makes you feel happy and, you know, there's some sad moments and then there's some moments that personally I don't want to revisit," she added. "It brings up some really weird feelings inside. So, it's just a little bit of everything, to be honest with you."
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Part two of Selena: The Series will debut on Netflix May 4.
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Big Brother's 2021 season premiere date REVEALED .
The premiere date for Big Brother's new season has finally been revealed, and it is SOON. If you're Big Brother obsessed, much like us, you'll be bouncing on your couch cushions with anticipation for the second season of Channel Seven's reincarnation to begin. The network took over the series in 2020 giving the beloved reality show a new look and feel with a Survivor-esque elimination process and in a first for the show, pre-recorded episodes. The revived Big Brother instantly captivated audiences – new and returning fans – and now, we finally know when the show will return in 2021.