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Julio Iglesias Jr. and Vida Guerra Up for First Ever Dual-Language TV Drama

August 31, 2010 (7:40 am) GMT
The TV series will center on the trials and tribulations of the families who live, work and love in the fast growing city of Hacienda Heights.

Singer Julio Iglesias Jr. and pin-up have signed up to star in the first ever TV series to shoot in both English and Spanish. Iglesias, the son of Spanish crooner , will lead the cast of "Hacienda Heights", a weekly, one-hour, dual-language drama, which will debut in 2011.

The series will center on the trials and tribulations of the families who live, work and love in the fast growing city of Hacienda Heights. In addition to Iglesias and Guerra, the cast includes Braulio Castillo Jr., Alexa Kuve and Eva Tamargo.

"Hacienda Heights" will be filmed on location in and around the San Francisco area.

Julio Iglesias Jr. pursued his singing career by participating in country music contract in CMT's reality TV show "Gone Country". He also appeared ABC's TV show "The superstars" and the Spanish version of "".

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