Fox Makes Room for J.Lo's Q'Viva Reality Competition Show
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony
American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez is bringing more reality competition to Fox.
The network will televise an English-language version of J.Lo's Latin America-based series, Q'Viva! The Chosen on Saturday, March 3, Fox announced Wednesday. Q'Viva has been airing on Spanish-language station Univision since its premiere on Jan. 28.
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In the series, Lopez, estranged husband Marc Anthony and concert director Jamie King travel to 20 countries to discover the best Latin performers, who will then put on a show-stopping spectacular in the U.S. Each episode will run two hours, and the finale will air April 7.
Subtitles will be used onscreen during the sections in which the judges do not speak English.