‘Quiero Mi Boda’ Season Five to Premiere July 9 on Tr3s:MTV Musica y Mas

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Season Five Delivers More Interracial Couples, Strict Moms and Party Dads, Pet-Obsessed Couples, Dieting Brides, Eager High School Sweet Hearts, Stingy Grooms and Bridezillas Part Two!
Miami, FL July 9th, 2012– Mondays continue to rule on Tr3s: MTV, Música y Más with new episodes of Quiero Mi Boda starting July 9th at 9pm (ET/PT). In its fifth season, the original hit brings more disapproving parents, young love, nurses-turned-musicians, a tree hugging couple, and a strict ‘no alcohol policy”. From Mexico to Iran, Quiero Mi Boda captures the challenging union of diverse couples, as they face some cultural differences before their “I do’s”.
Quiero Mi Boda takes an inside look at cross-cultural weddings and the hustle and bustle surrounding them. A wedding is a special event in the life of a couple: a day where not only two people join in matrimony but also a day when two families unite. Now imagine these two families being from completely different cultural backgrounds: different taste, traditions, religion, customs and sometimes even different languages. “Quiero Mi Boda” goes behind-the-scenes to unveil the stressful yet harmonious union of these unique couples.
About Tr3s: MTV, Música y Más
Tr3s: MTV, Música y Más, owned and operated by Viacom International Media Networks, reaches 6.3 million Hispanic TV households (45% of US Hispanic Total TV HH) and 33.6 million total TV households. The network’s programming embraces the trilogy of cultures that represents Latino life – Latin American plus American equals US Latino – through original productions, key acquisitions, and content from Viacom Internationals’ portfolio of entertainment brands. Tr3s embraces the key lifestyle aspects of Latino identity — milestones, making it and music — as well as social responsibility through its initiative “Agentes de Cambio”, which tackles issues that affect Latinos today. The network also taps into the growing number of Latinos that are digitally connected through www.tr3s.com.
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