2 Fast 2 Furious Meets Telenovela in RPM Miami, Airing May 1
|RPM Miami will have plenty of big chests in it.|
Or not. We're not sure. It hasn't premiered yet, so we haven't seen it. But it's produced by telenovela titan Telemundo which is partnering with mun2. We guess that means there will be some super close up of glowering eyeballs and heaving bosoms, both male (check out star Adrian Bellani to the right) and female. Read on for more info and a teaser trailer.
RPM Miami is not reality television. It's not even in English - it's Spanglish. But don't let the language bit fool you, this ain't no Que Pasa USA. The show, which debuts May 1--is about car racing, corruption, slutty women, and mystery. Those plot lines probably could support reality television but this is a scripted show, which probably means it will resemble real life more than what passes for reality TV these days. Here's a little tease:
The show stars soapy hunk Bellani, who was on the English language soap Passions; Fernanda Romero, who had a turn in campy Drag Me to Hell a couple years back; and Frankie J, a Mexican singer and former member of Kumbia Kings. RPM Miami follows Bellani's character, Alejandro, a former Army Ranger who returns home to Miami to find out that his father is missing and his family is broke. Alejandro must enter the dangerous world of Miami's underground street racing scene a la 2 Fast 2 Furious to solve the mystery about pop's disappearance. Along the way, he bumps into Romero's character, who's got her own baggage.
The show is close to wrapping filming of the first 13 episodes. For showtimes and more info on RPM Miami visit mun2.tv/rpm.
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