Miami, January 13th, 2010. - HBO Latin America announced that this upcoming January 24th 2010 would mark the beginning of the 4th season of its controversial, Emmy and 2010 Golden Globe Award nominated series, Big Love. Additionally, on February 4th, HBO will be premiering the sixth season of the famous, multiple Emmy award-winning and Golden Globe nominated series, Entourage.
A 2010 Golden Globe nominee for Best Comedy and for Best Supporting Actor, Jeremy Piven from Entourage returns to the screen along with the young and charismatic actor Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier), who continues to enjoy being a Hollywood celebrity along with his 3 inseparable, childhood friends: his manager Eric (Kevin Connolly), his half-brother Drama (Kevin Dillon) and the naive Turtle (Jerry Ferrara), as well as his superstar entertainment agent Ari (Jeremy Piven’s character) and his assistant Lloyd (Rex Lee).
During the course of one of the wittiest and most emotional seasons to date, Eric professes his love for Sloan, Drama continues questioning his life’s true purpose and Ari keeps growing his business. Finally and well deserved, Lloyd’s professional career takes off. Meanwhile, Turtle and Jamie Lynn overcome obstacles in their romance. The series consists of 12 episodes, each one 25 minutes long, and guest stars actor David Schwimmer, football star Tom Brady, actor Bob Saget, and famous comedian Jay Leno, among others.
The upcoming fourth season of the fun and controversial series, Big Love, nominated at the 2010 Golden Globe Awards for Best Dramatic Series, Best Lead Actor (Bill Paxton) and Best Supporting Actress (Chloë Sevigny), promises to continue offering viewers a juicy plot which questions the values of marriage through an uncommon family from Salt Lake City. The main cast is composed of Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton) and his three wives: Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn), Nicki (Chloë Sevigny) and Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin).
Big Love, consisting of nine episodes, returns with new personal and professional challenges for Bill, who must balance the needs of his three wives, nine children, three homes, and his business ambitions. The new season will also feature the participation of Oscar Award Winning Actress Sissy Spacek, who will play a powerful lobbyist from Washington DC.
Both shows have managed to position themselves favorably with the HBO subscribers in Latin America, and for this reason they have succeeded in broadcasting a fourth and even a sixth season, such as is the case with Entourage.