CLEO TV welcomes two new shows to the network and celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with their two Afro-Latina personalities, Lifestyle Expert Julissa Bermudez and Chef Bren Herrera.
Who else was a die hard 106 & Park fan? Arguably the best top 10 hip hop and R&B music video countdown ever! Hosted by a variety of people since it premiered, Julissa Bermudez was one of the amazing talents that got us hype to see which artist had the most requested video. Since the show’s end, Bermudez has continued her hosting career and has even added actress to her resume after her roles in Hunters, Royal Pains, Danger One, Ringside and All You’ve Got.
Now you can catch this beauty on CLEO TV’s newest show It’s Me, Julissa! which focuses on her New York upbringing, sharing nostalgic Dominican recipes, discussing some of her life’s faux-pas, and the launch of her new body care brand República Skin. Bermudez’s show aired on Friday, October 15 at 10 p.m. EST and is the first original series brought to CLEO TV by Kin x TV One Licensing Partnership along with Tia Mowry’s Quick Fix airing Fridays on CLEO TV.
Bermudez is not the only one whipping it up in the kitchen. Award-winning celebrity chef, TV personality, entrepreneur, actress and author Bren Herrera celebrates her Afro-Cuban roots by combining Cuba’s vibrant plates, seeded in African, European, and Spanish culture and cuisine, with modern flavors and textures, to create memorable and smart dishes on screen. She is the pressure-cooking Queen whose philosophy is to save time and energy so that you can spend precious time with your loved ones without sacrificing flavor and nutrition.
As the host of Culture Kitchen with Chef Bren Herrera, which airs on Saturdays at 9pm EST, the proud Afro-Latina shares her kitchen with several familiar faces. Additionally, Herrera’s love of life comes through in her cooking and she combines the fond memories of her upbringing, the experiences from her world travels, and her fiery personality to create unforgettable dishes filled with flavor. Audiences can tune in to get delicious recipes, entertainment tips, and handy kitchen hacks.
Been Worthy sat down with these two Queens to talk about hanging out Afro-Latina style. The ladies shared where we’d travel to, what we’d eat and what we’d do for fun. Watch interview above.