Eva Longoria is ‘so excited’ to star in travel series Searching for Mexico airing next year on CNN+

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Eva Longoria is ‘so excited’ to star in travel series Searching for Mexico airing next year on CNN+










Self-described ‘Texican’ Eva Longoria Bastón will celebrate her heritage by executive producing and starring in six-episode series, Searching for Mexico, premiering next year on the upcoming CNN+.

The 46-year-old actress – who boasts 22.4M social media followers – gushed on Wednesday: ‘Secret’s out! So excited for this to launch next year! Big thank you to Stanley Tucci for setting the bar.’

Eva was referring to CNN series Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy starring the 61-year-old Oscar nominee, who’s also executive producing Searching for Mexico.  

‘#Mexico’: Self-described ‘Texican’ Eva Longoria Bastón will celebrate her heritage by executive producing and starring in six-episode series, Searching for Mexico, premiering next year on the upcoming CNN+ (pictured in 2017)

‘Partnering with CNN on a culinary-driven expedition throughout Mexico is a dream come true,’ Longoria said in a statement.

‘I am so proud of my Mexican-American roots and can’t wait to bring the hidden gems of Mexico to the world through Searching for Mexico.’

On the show, the Casa Del Sol co-founder will discover how blue agave is harvested for tequila and how traditional mole sauce is cooked in Oaxaca among other ‘unique and colorful cuisines.’

Eva’s Tejano parents never taught her Spanish growing up and she didn’t learn the language until she pursued a master’s degree in Chicano studies from Cal State Northridge between 2009-2013. 

The 46-year-old actress tweeted on Wednesday: 'Secret's out! So excited for this to launch next year! Big thank you to Stanley Tucci for setting the bar'

The 46-year-old actress tweeted on Wednesday: ‘Secret’s out! So excited for this to launch next year! Big thank you to Stanley Tucci for setting the bar’

OG: Eva was referring to CNN series Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy starring the 61-year-old Oscar nominee (pictured in October), who's also executive producing Searching for Mexico

OG: Eva was referring to CNN series Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy starring the 61-year-old Oscar nominee (pictured in October), who’s also executive producing Searching for Mexico

Longoria (pictured with tacos in 2019) said in a statement: 'Partnering with CNN on a culinary-driven expedition throughout Mexico is a dream come true. I am so proud of my Mexican-American roots and can't wait to bring the hidden gems of Mexico to the world'

Longoria (pictured with tacos in 2019) said in a statement: ‘Partnering with CNN on a culinary-driven expedition throughout Mexico is a dream come true. I am so proud of my Mexican-American roots and can’t wait to bring the hidden gems of Mexico to the world’

‘[My family] never crossed the border; the border crossed us. We’ve owned the same ranch land since 1603,’ Longoria revealed to LA Magazine in 2014.

‘That’s a big faux pas to think “Latino” is synonymous with “immigrant” or with “not from here.” I’m not an immigrant…But America is the only country that promotes monolingualism. Here it’s English, English, English.

‘Every other country makes their children learn a second language very early on. So as my political and social activism grew, I was like, “I really need to learn Spanish.” So I did.’

On August 23, the Daytime Emmy Award nominee officially wrapped her big-screen directorial debut Flamin’ Hot, a biopic about Frito Lay janitor Richard Montanez, who invented Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

'Ready for Day of the Dead parade!' On the show, the Casa Del Sol co-founder (pictured in 2019) will discover how blue agave is harvested for tequila and how traditional mole sauce is cooked in Oaxaca among other 'unique and colorful cuisines'

‘Ready for Day of the Dead parade!’ On the show, the Casa Del Sol co-founder (pictured in 2019) will discover how blue agave is harvested for tequila and how traditional mole sauce is cooked in Oaxaca among other ‘unique and colorful cuisines’

Better late than never! Eva's Tejano parents never taught her Spanish growing up and she didn't learn the language until she pursued a master's degree in Chicano studies from Cal State Northridge between 2009-2013 (pictured in 2020 with mother Ella Eva Mireles)

Better late than never! Eva’s Tejano parents never taught her Spanish growing up and she didn’t learn the language until she pursued a master’s degree in Chicano studies from Cal State Northridge between 2009-2013 (pictured in 2020 with mother Ella Eva Mireles)

Longoria (pictured in 2018) revealed to LA Mag in 2014: '[My family] never crossed the border; the border crossed us. We've owned the same ranch land since 1603. That's a big faux pas to think "Latino" is synonymous with "immigrant" or with "not from here." I'm not an immigrant'

Longoria (pictured in 2018) revealed to LA Mag in 2014: ‘[My family] never crossed the border; the border crossed us. We’ve owned the same ranch land since 1603. That’s a big faux pas to think “Latino” is synonymous with “immigrant” or with “not from here.” I’m not an immigrant’

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