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If You Don't Have Something Nice to Say, Don't Say Anything at All, Leave It to "The Chisme Club," on Saturday, June 16th at 2pm EDT

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

If You Don't Have Something Nice to Say, Don't Say Anything at All, Leave It to "The Chisme Club," on Saturday, June 16th at 2pm EDT10:00 EDT Wednesday, June 13, 2012Infamous Personalities & Uncensored Comedians Take 'Water Cooler' Talk to a Whole New Level with a Latino Perspective on the Most Sensational Celeb NewsMIAMI, June 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, a 100% bilingual/bicultural entertainment destination for Latinos in the US, announces the premier of the new topical series "The Chisme Club" on Saturday, June 16th at 2 pm EDT. The spanking-new show takes water cooler talk to a whole new level with infamous personalities and uncensored comedians tackling pop culture, entertainment and celebrity gossip. The one-hour show unleashes a different theme in each episode, spanning celebrity 'novela' moments, fashion faux pas, hot 'mamis and papis' and wanna-be-Latinos. The new series will premier this weekend with 4 back-to-back episodes on June 16th and 17th starting at 2pm EDT. "The Chisme Club" shares witty comedic banter from infamous Latino personalities and stand ups who reveal their favorite and most absurd 'pop culture' news. Personalities include actress and dance choreographer Mayte Garcia, Mob Wives Rene Graziano, MADtv's Jill Michele Melean, Comedy Central's Gina Brillon, The Latin Divas of Comedy Sandra Valls, Monique Marvez and Sara Contreras, Broads of Broadway's Cristina Galston, Emmy Award winner Mike Robles, Showtime comedy headliners Joey Medina and Mark De Mayo, Twitter Magnet "El Boombito," Sh*t Abuelas Say star Abuela Nina, Lifetime's "You're Not The Man I Married" host Shayla Rivera, Mind of Mencia's "whorf" (whore dwarf) Brad Williams, viral sensation Maurica Rodriguez, "30 Rock" guest star Mark Viera, and Latino comedians Eric Nieves, Juan Bago and Patti Vasquez.About Tr3s: MTV, Musica y MasTr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas, owned and operated by Viacom International Media Networks, a unit of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB), reaches 6.1 million Hispanic TV households (45% of US Hispanic Total TV HH) and 34 million total TV households. The network's programming is 100% bilingual/bicultural, embracing the trilogy of cultures that represents Latino life ? Latin American plus American equals US Latino - through original productions, key acquisitions, and content from MTV Networks' 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  SOURCE Tr3sFor further information: Erica Saylor,, +1-305-322-0893