HBO‘s hit music series, A Tiny Audience returns with an all-new second season debuting Friday, March 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO Max and available on HBO Latino. Each episode of A Tiny Audience features one chart-topping global Latin artist who performs one of their biggest hits while revealing to the audience something about the track they have never revealed before. Offering viewers an exclusive look, each artist will showcase a never-before-seen moment of a cover, a new song, or a different version of one of their songs.
The second season will feature Cabas, Pedro Capó, Greeicy, Kany Garcia, Lauren Jauregui, Natalia Jimenez, Los Amigos Invisibles, Lunay, Gian Marco, Mau y Ricky, MDO, Ivy Queen, Justin Quiles, Carlos Rivera, Paulina Rubio, Manuel Turizo and Carlos Vives with interviews hosted by Sarah Packiam, Maria Elisa Ayerbe, and Daniel René, who reunites with MDO and joins the band to sing “No puedo olvidarme de ti.”
A Tiny Audience season two also includes a special tribute episode dedicated to Mexican singer and songwriter Juan Gabriel, the “Divo de Juárez,” which features an exclusive interview with his son, Hans Gabriel and Justin Quiles, Natalia Jiménez, Carlos Rivera, and Cabas performing their “Juan Gabriel favorites.”
A Tiny Audience was filmed inside an NBA-style bubble in Miami, Florida with a COVID-safe live audience. The A Tiny Audience Bubble, located at Miami Studios, included roughly 150 people composed of select audience members, crew, and artists who underwent extensive quarantining and rigorous testing prior to entering the bubble and throughout the two-week production. The team executed 17, half-hour specials, and did not report a single case of COVID-19.
A Tiny Audience is produced by February Entertainment LLC, led by Executive Producer and series Creator Maurice Keizer and Executive Producer Christiana Carroll-Becerra. Additional team included: Director Pascal Jacquelin of Capsule Media, Lead Editor Joaquin Abreu, Producer Yvania Quintanilla, Sound Engineer Rudy Bethancourt, and Talent Producers Suzanne Bender and Jessica Roffe.
New episodes of the series will premiere every Friday on HBO Max and HBO Latino. You can currently stream season one of HBO Presents: A Tiny Audience on HBO Max.
Episode 1: “Lunay”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MARCH 19 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
Puerto Rican reggaeton and trap sensation Lunay performs acoustic versions of his hits “Soltera,” “Relaciones,” and “Aventuras.”
Episode 2: “Lauren Jauregui”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MARCH 19 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Activist and former 5th Harmony member Lauren Jauregui mesmerizes the audience with “Expectations,” “50 ft.,” and a very special cover of La Lupe’s “La Tirana.”
Episode 3: “Pedro Capó”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MARCH 26 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
2020 Latin GRAMMY® winner Pedro Capó performs “Calma,” “Donde hubo amor,” and a special version of “Tu fanático” from his chart-topping album “Munay.”
Episode 4: “Carlos Vives”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MARCH 26 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Colombian superstar Carlos Vives tells the story behind his massive hit “Déjame robarte un beso” and performs fan favorites “Déjame entrar,” “Santa Marta Kingston New Orleans.”
Episode 5: “Cabas”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 2 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
Latin anthem creator Cabas performs “Bonita” and “Tanto que te amo tanto,” as well as a brand-new song written with Descemer Bueno.
Episode 6: “Carlos Rivera”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 2 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Mexican superstar Carlos Rivera opens up about his path to stardom and performs the song that won him his very first talent competition, “Usted se me llevó la vida.”
Episode 7: “Manuel Turizo”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 9 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
Colombian reggaeton star Manuel Turizo (MTZ) performs “Quiéreme mientras se pueda” and “Mala costumbre” with his brother Julián.
Episode 8: “Kany García”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 9 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
GRAMMY nominee and 4-time Latin GRAMMY Winner, Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Kany García sings “Alguien” and “Para siempre,” as well as reimagined versions of “Remamos” and “Titanic.”
Episode 9: “Ivy Queen”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 16 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
The very first female Reggaetonera and groundbreaking legend Ivy Queen talks machismo, infidelity, and relationships in between renditions of “Yo quiero bailar,” “La vida es así,” and a special version of “Quiero saber.”
Episode 10: “Greeicy”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 16 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Cali-born Colombian actress and pop singer Greeicy shows off her Shakira moves and performs “Destino,” “Los besos,” and “Más fuerte.”
Episode 11: “Los Amigos Invisibles”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 23 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
Venezuela’s pride, Los Amigos Invisibles, display their unique mix of jazz, pop, disco, and funk as they perform “Ponerte en cuatro,” “La que me gusta,” “Mentiras,” and a special version of “What is love (Amor).”.
Episode 12: “Gian Marco”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 23 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Peruvian superstar and UNICEF Ambassador Gian Marco gives a funny and emotional music master class as he performs “Mandarina,” “Prefiero vivir sin ti,” and “Hoy.”
Episode 13: “Mau y Ricky”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 30 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
Pop duo Mau y Ricky bring down the house with “Desconocidos,” “La boca,” “La groseras,” and “Papás.”
Episode 14: “Paulina Rubio”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 30 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
The Queen of Latin Pop Paulina Rubio rocks special versions of “Mío,” “Lo haré por ti,” “Don’t Say Goodbye,” and her hit “Ni una sola palabra.”
Episode 15: “MDO”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MAY 7 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT)
MDO reunites with former Menudo members Daniel René and René Farrait to perform “No puedo olvidarme de ti,” “After Party,” and the anthem “Súbete a mi moto.”
Episode 16: “Juan Gabriel Tribute”
Debut Date: FRIDAY, MAY 7 (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)
Justin Quiles, Natalia Jiménez, Carlos Rivera, and Cabas perform their favorite Juan Gabriel songs in a very special tribute episode dedicated to the legendary “Divo de Juárez.”
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