Singer Jenni Rivera is getting a series that will cover her life on Telemundo! Titled: Jenni Rivera: Mariposa De Barrio La Serie, will tell the story of the singer, mother and all of roads that she traveled throughout her life.
We begin the story of Dolores Janney Rivera Saavedra, better known as Jenni Rivera, at the most bitter moment in her life: 1987 – Carson, California. Jenni, 18, is being cruelly abused by her husband, José Trinidad Marín, alias Trino, 24, who asserts his dominion by making her feel worthless and inferior. Despite Trino’s jealousy and constant humiliations, Jenni remains faithful to the values instilled in her by her parents, Pedro Rivera and Rosa Amelia Saavedra, and works hard to make a home for her daughter. But after a particularly bad incident with Trino, Jenni can take it no more and swallows a bottle of pills to end her suffering. She is rushed to the hospital in time, and after two weeks in rehab feels well enough to start a new life with her family – except for Trino, who insists they stay together.
Jenni can’t hide her attraction to the music scene. Pedro encourages her to audition at a recording studio, but, haunted by a childhood trauma, Jenni declines firmly and leaves.
Jenni spends two peaceful months away from Trino. With her family’s support, she starts taking classes at Long Beach State University, finds a job at a record store, takes care of her daughter, and works hard to help out at her father’s record label. But Trino remains obsessed with her and Jenni returns to him over and over, having two more children with him.
During an argument in summer 1992, Trino gives Jenni a particularly savage beating, and she finally puts an end to their relationship. She files a police report and, shortly afterward, Trino is arrested, closing the chapter on the eight most tumultuous years of Jenni Rivera’s life.
Just 23 and finally free of Trino, Jenni comes to terms with her love of music. In 1993, she and her siblings record an album of traditional songs, “Somos Rivera,” as a birthday gift for their father, who produces it under his record label. Jenni then launches her musical career, making Don Pedro’s dreams comes true.
Jenni composes her first narcocorrido, “La Chacalosa,” in 1995, releasing an album and gaining fame as the “First Lady of Corridos.” That same year, a friend invites her to Club El Farallón, where she performs “La Chacalosa” by popular request. On her way out of the club she is intercepted by a man who introduces himself as Juan López and asks for her autograph and phone number. The two begin dating and five months later, Juan López moves in with her.
Jenni and Juan López argue a lot and have a stormy relationship. When she is four months pregnant with his baby, Juan López receives a deportation notice, and Jenni marries him in a civil ceremony so he can remain in the United States.
Peace seems to have returned to Jenni’s life until one day, her sister Rosie confesses that Trino has been sexually abusing her and Chiquis, repeatedly since they were children. Knowing he’s been found out, Trino flees just before he can be arrested.
On October 3, 1997, Jenni gives birth to her fourth daughter, Jenicka Priscilla López. Upon learning that Juan López has been cheating on her, Jenni forces him to move out. But in early 1999 she gives him another chance, hoping that if their relationship survived their separation it is solid enough to last them the rest of their lives. That same year, she records the CD “Que me entierren con la banda,” which includes the original corrido “Las Malandrinas.” The record becomes an underground hit in Southern California and elsewhere.
Busy with her career, Jenni becomes pregnant with her fifth child and briefly considers ending the pregnancy, but she ultimately decides to keep the baby. He becomes a source of joy in her life and an inspiration for her music.
In 2002, Jenni is nominated for a Latin Grammy for Best Banda Album for “Se las voy a dar a otro.” She doesn’t win, but the audience acclaim she receives helps her feel confident her career is on the right track.
Jenni’s star continues to rise, but her personal life is in shambles. After trying everything to make things work with Juan López, she puts a definitive end to their relationship. Feeling ready to start a new life, she goes to a club with her friend Gladys. There she meets Fernando Ramírez, a man 10 years younger than her, never imagining he will be the great love of her life. They start dating, but Jenni soon has to contend with a formidable rival for Fernando’s affection: drugs.
In spring 2006, Jenni scores her first big hit in Mexico with “De contrabando.” On a tour in Mexico, she learns that Trino has been arrested by the FBI. After nine years, Jenni is forced to come face to face with Trino once again in court, in a trial that drags on for 14 months and forces her to relive the worst moments of their relationship.
On August 5, 2006, Jenni becomes the first Latina singer to sell out the Gibson Amphitheatre. In April 2007, she makes the heartbreaking decision to break up with Fernando, who continues to struggle with drugs. On June 20 of the same year, Trino is sentenced to 31 years in jail on nine counts, with no possibility of parole. Juan López too, is arrested and sentenced to 10 years for drug trafficking.
On December 7, 2008, Jenni is performing in Mazatlán, Mexico when she learns that Mexican baseball player Esteban Loaiza is in the audience and wants to meet her. She invites him up on stage and they start a friendship that soon turns into romance. The Rivera family approves of the relationship because he treats Jenni like a queen. She enjoys his company, but deep down she continues to miss Fernando.
On March 26, 2009, a resplendent Jenni walks the red carpet with Esteban at the Premio Lo Nuestro at the Bank United Center in Miami, Florida, where she wins the Best Female Artist of the Year award. She dedicates the award to the most important man in her life, her father. Soon after, Jenni breaks up with Esteban when she finds out he’s been lying to her.
Jenni’s popularity continues to soar, and in 2010 she wins another Premio Lo Nuestro and a Billboard Latin Music Award. In 2011, the FBI warns her to cancel her concert in Reynosa, Mexico; because of rumors a drug cartel has plans to kidnap her. She insists on going on stage and completes the show without a problem, but the experience puts enormous stress on the whole band. Around the same time, she divorces Esteban after learning he’s been cheating on her.
On December 9, 2012, Jenni performs in Monterrey, Mexico, and goes straight to the airport to take a private jet to Mexico City. On board the plane, she and her exhausted crew celebrate the show’s success. With her are her lawyer, Mario Macías; her agent, Arturo Rivera; her stylist, Jorge Sánchez (Gigi); and her makeup artist and great friend Jacob Yebale, who takes a selfie of the group. It is the last picture of a smiling Jenni Rivera, full of life and unbreakable in the face of adversity.
Regina Orquin 9-12 years old
Samadhi Zendejas 13-25 years old
Angélica Celaya 26-43 years old
A modest, sweet, generous woman, happy by nature and a dreamer, but with the capacity to overcome adversity. Jenni is born in Long Beach, California and grows up part of a family of modest means but rich in love, values and music. She is an outstanding student, but at the age of 15 she becomes pregnant by her boyfriend, José Trinidad Marín (Trino). Their relationship is abusive and scars her for life. She bears him three children before breaking off the relationship for good to protect them. She completes her studies and finds her true vocation in music. She gets another shot at happiness when she marries Juan López, with whom she has two more children, but their marriage ends in divorce. Despite a number of controversies and difficult moments, her musical career continues to take off. She meets the love of her life, Fernando Ramírez, but they have a stormy relationship and he ends up slipping through her fingers. She seeks refuge in a second marriage that turns out to be a big mistake. Jenni is the embodiment of the American Dream, proof that anything is possible if you know how to fight for it.
Julio Ocampo 17-34 years old
Gabriel Porras 36-65 years old
Pedro is from Jalisco, Mexico. He meets his wife, Rosa Saavedra, at a singing contest. Because of the difficult economic situation in Mexico, he immigrates to the United States in 1966. He and Rosa have six children: Pete, Gustavo, Jenni, Lupe, Juan and Rosie. Pedro is an upright man, with firm convictions and a strong character. He is a talented singer, actor and composer. He is a visionary and a dreamer, a devoted father who suffers when he can’t give his children as much as he would like. He loves his wife, but he has a weakness for women that undermines the stability of his marriage. He teaches his children that you can make your dreams come true if you know how to fight for them. He serves a model of this lesson by starting his own record label, “Cintas Acuarios,” which launches a number of great artists, including Jenni, Lupillo and the entire Rivera dynasty.
ROSA SAAVEDRA DE RIVERA
Adriana Bermudez 15-32 years old
Rosalinda Rodríguez 34-63 years old
Pedro’s wife and the mother of the Rivera children. A wise, exemplary, understanding woman capable of great sacrifice for the sake of her children and her family. She falls in love with Pedro at first sight and moves with him to Long Beach, California to build a better life for their children. She is a traditional Mexican mother who aspires to see all of her children graduate from college. Starting over in a new country means a lot of hard work and leads Rosa to develop great strength of character. Devoted to her family, she puts up with Pedro’s infidelities and stays by his side in good times and bad. Jenni describes her as a “gangster,” a “solider for love.”
PEDRO RIVERA SAAVEDRA
Braulio Hernandez 14-17 years old
Enrique Montaño 19-30 years old
Adrián Carvajal 31-48 years old
Pedro, known affectionately by his siblings as “Pete,” is the eldest of the Rivera children. He was born in Mexico and was four years old when the family moved to the US. He and Gustavo teach their younger siblings, including Jenni, to fight so they can defend themselves, but as he grows up he becomes the family’s conscience. Despite having inherited the musical talent that runs in his family, he decides not to follow an artistic career and isn’t interested in being famous. Instead, Pete feels a religious calling and begins attending church, helping the pastor and eventually becoming a pastor himself. He records a number of religious albums and occasionally contributes to the recording projects of his family, already known as the “Rivera Dynasty.”
GUSTAVO RIVERA SAAVEDRA
John Díaz 12-15 years old
Adriano Zendejas 17-28 years old
Emmanuel Morales 29-46 years old
“Gus,” as his siblings call him, is the second of the Rivera children, born in Mexico and raised in Long Beach, California since the age of two. A free spirit, outgoing, romantic and a dreamer, he has a good sense of humor and is protective of Jenni. He has great creative vision and releases his first album while completing a specialized engineering degree in Magnetic Particles and Aeronautic Sciences. Later, he also goes on to study sound engineering and recording. Gustavo puts his engineering background to good use, spending 17 years as a supervisor at an airplane factory, but his true vocation and talent are as a performer of Regional Mexican music.
GUADALUPE RIVERA SAAVEDRA (LUPILLO)
Noah Rico 6-9 years old
Nicholas Forero years old
Xavier Ruvalcaba 15-22 years old
Raúl Sandoval 23-40 years old
The fourth of the six Rivera siblings, Lupillo grows up in the working class neighborhoods of Long Beach, where, like his brothers, he quickly learns to defend himself. While the streets make him an expert in the use of physical force, his father instills in him the power of hard work and discipline. He wants to study business, but Pedro offers him a position as manager at his record label, Cintas Acuario. There he meets Sabino Yánez, a singer he admires and with whom he forms a close friendship. Due to a series of unexpected events at the record label, Lupillo ends up making his first record in 1993. Known as “El Toro del Corrido,” he is a passionate artist, the most famous of the Rivera siblings after Jenni and the first to become a star.
JUAN RIVERA SAAVEDRA (EL GRANDE)
Martín Fajardo 5-7 years old
Kevin Cabrera 9-14 years old
Mauricio Novoa 15-20 years old
Uriel del Toro 21-34 years old
The fifth of the Rivera children and initially a disappointment for Jenni, who is nine years old and hoping for a little sister. But as soon as she sees the new baby, she falls in love with him, nicknaming him “angel face.” Juan has an explosive temper that gets him into trouble, but he is Jenni’s guardian angel, acting as her bodyguard at all of her shows. He is noble, always open to the truth and willing to learn from others. The tallest and strongest of the brothers, he soon earns another nickname: “El Grande.” Like all of the Riveras, he is also a singer and enters a number of musical contests. He records his first album at the age of 16, with Jenni supporting him all the way. Juan loves his big sister and would give his life for her.
ROSA RIVERA SAAVEDRA (ROSIE)
Orlyana Rondon 4-7 years old
Luz de Sol Padula 8-11 years old
Ana Wolfermann 12-17 years old
Stephanie Arcila 18-31 years old
Rosie, or “Samalia,” as Jenni affectionately calls her, is the youngest of the Rivera siblings, a dream come true for Jenni, who finally gets the little sister she’s been wishing for. Rosie grows up surrounded by her family’s love and is always full of smiles, until the day misfortune strikes. At the age of 8, she is the victim of a tragedy that will change her life, turning her into a shadow of what she once was and robbing her of the will to live. As a teenager, she loses herself in alcohol, drugs and promiscuity, looking for a way to end to her suffering. But God has other plans for Rosie, and she heeds his call, leaving the darkness behind and coming back to life. She is there for Jenni at the most difficult moment of her life. Rosie is like a broken china doll who manages to put herself back together through faith and find the light.
JOSÉ TRINIDAD MARIN (TRINO)
Known to everyone as Trino, he is Jenni’s first husband – although they never actually marry, he is the father of her first three children. He meets Jenni when he is 19 and she is a girl of 13. He is the bad boy of the neighborhood, the handsome rebel all the girls want to be with. Jenni’s youth and candor awaken her desire and she falls in love, eventually becoming pregnant with his baby. To avoid conflict with her family, she goes to live with Trino, but it’s at his house that the romance ends and hell begins. Life with Trino becomes violent and bitter, until Jenni finally decides to break things off with him. But Trino will deal his most devastating blow years later, when he shows just how destructive he can be. The damage he causes is irreparable and will change Jenni’s life and the lives of her family forever.
JANNEY (CHIQUIS) MARÍN RIVERA
Maya Idarraga 2-3 years old
Paola Real 4-7 years old
Dariana Fustes 8-13 years old
Vanessa Pose 14-27 years old
The oldest of Jenni’s children, Chiquis is a sensitive, romantic, imaginative girl. Despite the terrible experiences that will change her life forever, she never loses her noble heart. She becomes Jenni’s confidante and helper in taking care of her younger siblings. They also have a close working relationship, with Chiquis playing a fundamental role in Jenni’s projects. Chiquis soon shows aptitude as a singer; she has inherited her mother’s talent for improvisation and looks good on camera. Jenni wants the best for her daughter and tries to offer her guidance, but Chiquis is a Rivera and won’t be dominated. She is ready to head out and conquer her destiny, but an unfortunate incident drives mother and daughter apart, and Jenni’s sudden death means they can never reconcile.
JACQUELIN MELINA MARÍN RIVERA (JACQUIE)
Fabiana Lion 4-6 years old
Samantha López 9-12 years old
Alma Matrecito 13-23 years old
Jenni’s second daughter with Trino. Jacquie is a wild child – fun, happy and the life of the party. She and her mother have a stressful relationship, with Jenni trying to rein Jacquie in and stop her from making mistakes. Jacquie’s libertine nature and need to find her own way cause Jenni more than one sleepless night. Her rebelliousness comes from her need for independence and it leads her into a number of situations that, paradoxically, bring her closer to Jenni and help her see that her mother has always been looking out for her. Jacquie costs Jenni a lot of tears along the way, but she is also one of her biggest joys in the final years of her life.
TRINIDAD MARÍN RIVERA (MIKEY)
David Hernandez 5-6 years old
Miguel Cubillos 7-10 years old
Christian Alfonso 11-13 years old
Julio Cesar Otero 14-21 years old
Trinidad is the youngest of Jenni’s children with Trino and her first son. Jenni’s nickname for him is “Big Boss,” because to her he is the man of the house. Jenni teaches all her children the value of hard work, and Trinidad works hard to become a hairdresser while washing dishes at a local restaurant. He is intelligent and intuitive, with natural charm and dignity. His gentle nature can work against him, however, making him easy prey for people whose intentions are not so innocent. He gets in trouble with the law when he is 19, and following this incident he resolves to mend his ways and bring joy to his mother’s life.
JUAN MANUEL LÓPEZ
Juan is Jenni’s first husband and the father of her two youngest children, Jenicka and Johnny. They meet at a nightclub, where Juan falls for Jenni when he sees her sing. He is handsome, polite, kind and attentive, and Jenni swoons over him in turn. They have a lot in common: a passion for music, dancing, movies and baseball. Juan respects Jenni’s family and her children; he isn’t jealous or possessive, he believes in her talent, and he’s sure she will be a great artist one day. Jenni feels so comfortable at his side that she doesn’t really notice his faults, until one day, she finally opens her eyes. Juan distances himself from her; he goes out with other women, becomes jealous of her career, and lets her down when she needs him most. They end their relationship, but life has a hard fate in store for Juan, as well as one of the saddest moments for Jenni.
JENICKA LÓPEZ RIVERA
Isabela Hernandez 3-4 years old
Giana Deftereos 5-7 years old
Sofia Osorio 8-11 years old
Gabriela Sepulveda 12-15 years old
The fourth of Jenni’s children and her first with Juan López. She is born premature because of the difficult circumstances of Jenni’s life at the time, but she is the daughter Jenni always wanted. Jenicka is smart, sweet and beautiful inside and out. She never gives her mother reason for anger. Timid on the surface, when she sings in church Jenicka is a power to behold. She plays the guitar and is an amateur photographer, and she has the gift of bringing joy to all around her. Her intelligence makes her a quick study, no matter how hard the topic and she always accomplishes what she sets out to do, with a smile on her face all the while.
JOHNNY ÁNGEL LÓPEZ RIVERA
Daniel Garcia 4-7 years old
Gael Sánchez 8-11 years old
Jenni’s youngest child and her second with Juan López. Johnny is independent, creative and unpredictable. He has a restless nature and adventurous spirit, and he always tries to understand what he can see. He is fascinated by technology, and his hobby is making videos. The family has no doubt he’ll be directing movies in Hollywood one day. Johnny is a dreamy, idealistic young man who views life as a challenge. He comes into Jenni’s life when she least expects it, teaching her an important lesson and bringing her renewed inspiration.
Jenni Rivera’s great love, whom she teasingly calls “Mi Pinche Pelón” (My Stupid Baldy). He comes into her life the same night she breaks up with Juan. Their eyes meet for an instant, and that’s all it takes. Fernando is 10 years younger than Jenni, but he isn’t intimidated by her age or her fame. Jenni is immediately attracted to Fernando’s magnetic personality; they share unforgettable moments together, and he restores her faith in herself, in life and in love. But above all else, Fernando has something that wins her heart forever: he knows how to make her laugh. At his side, she feels loved as a woman for the first time. But life always has new misfortune in store for Jenni, who will see the only man who makes her truly happy torn from her arms by an implacable rival.
ESTEBAN LOAIZA VEGA
Jenni’s third and last husband, a former pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers. He meets Jenni at a concert in Mexico, and the two marry in 2010. Esteban is serious, well-educated man, responsible and attentive to Jenni and her children. At first, their relationship is idyllic; Jenni may not be passionately in love with Esteban, but he is decent and worthy of her affections – until the day, that is, that she discovers a shocking secret that leads her to ask for a divorce. Esteban does his best to reconcile, but he can’t stop Jenni from leaving him, or the subsequent media scandal. Jenni is forced to accept that Esteban wasn’t the man she thought he was, and that their marriage was a big mistake.
Thamara Aguilar 18-27 years old
Gabriela González 28-45 years old
Pedro Rivera Jr. (Pete)’s girlfriend, and later his wife. Ramona is a very feminine and likes to feel adored and protected by the man she loves. She is romantic, tender, a dreamer, capable of enjoying the simple things in life, like a sunset or a walk on the beach. She is affectionate and loves to bring Pete little surprises. She values feelings more than material things, and would choose a simple “I love you” over the costliest jewel. She is calm and steady by nature and keeps a cool head in a crisis, helping comfort not only Pete but also the entire Rivera family.
Gaby Borges 16-25 years old
Paloma Marquez 26-43 years old
A young Mexican-American girl from Long Beach, California, “Paty,” as her friends call her, experiences love at first sight with Gustavo Rivera, whom she goes on to marry. She is an attractive, independent girl with a positive outlook on life. She is faithful by nature, in love as well as friendship. She and Gustavo are a big support for Jenni at one of the most difficult moments in her life.
Karla Peniche 17-19 years old
Laura Vieira 20-34 years old
The woman who wins Juan Rivera’s heart. They are 18 when they meet on the street outside a restaurant, where he is selling music. At first Brenda resists Juan’s advances, but he knows how to win her over. Despite a series of obstacles, including her family’s disapproval, they stay together and eventually marry. Brenda is clever and fun, adventurous and unpredictable. She is many women in one, and for the intrepid Juan Rivera, she is too much of a temptation to resist.
At first, Gladyz is Rosie’s best friend, but she soon becomes Jenni’s confidante as well. A Mexican-American girl from California, she also grew up in Long Beach, very close to the Riveras. She is carefree, independent and generous and believes that problems, however difficult, must be faced to be overcome. Gladyz is the intrepid comrade Jenni can count on in battle, and the faithful friend who tries to pull Rosie back from the abyss.
A young Mexican woman who goes to work at Universe 2000 Realty, the real estate company where Jenni is already the number one seller, in 1990. Jenni gives her the guidance and support she needs to succeed as a realtor and suggests opening a firm together. To Fabiola, this is a far-off dream, but Jenni shows her they can do it. Fabiola remains a loyal friend and colleague, ready to help Jenni however she can and tend the dream they made a reality.
Mother of Fernando, Jenni Rivera’s great love. Consuelo doesn’t have much money, but she is elegant, well mannered and classy. She is the ideal mother and a good friend, always willing to listen. She idolizes Fernando and tries to give him a good education despite her scant resources, and despite their underprivileged environment, she manages to make a gentleman out of him. Like Jenni, she must contend with a formidable enemy that threatens to destroy Fernando, and the two women fight together to try to save him.
GABRIEL VÁZQUEZ (GABO)
Gabo is Jenni’s agent and works hard to encourage her, book her shows and negotiate contracts in her favor. In addition to their professional relationship, the two become fast friends, and Gabo is practically a member of the family. His capacity to work under pressure makes him a key part of Jenni’s team, but he also causes her a great disappointment that puts their friendship to the test.
Pete Salgado becomes Jenni’s manager after she separates from Juan López, who had been negotiating her contracts. Pete is an experienced manager; like Jenni, he is serious, focused and determined, and they immediately click. Jenni asks him for help with her first big challenge: gaining recognition for her artistic style and persona. Jenni knows she can be a star and is willing to work tirelessly to become famous, and Pete assures her that she will achieve her goal. Jenni thinks he is promising her too much, but, he tells her, they are “two dreamers dreaming the same dream.” He helps her take her career to the next level, winning over the fans who will catapult her to fame.
A prestigious fashion designer who works for Hispanic celebrities, he is also the brother of Jaime, Jenni’s makeup artist, who asks him to make Jenni a dress. Impressed with Jenni’s charm and charisma, Adán accepts the challenge and offers to become her exclusive designer. He soon becomes her friend and admirer as well. Adán is polished and well mannered, with exquisite taste in fashion and the artistic intuition to make every creation into a work of art. He decides to create a style for Jenni, an enduring look that will bear her own distinctive signature. He stays with her throughout her career, through good times and bad, learning to appreciate her not only as an artist but also as a woman and, most of all, a human being.
The young makeup artist and stylist who works with Jenni early in her career, introducing her to his brother, fashion designer Adán Terriquez, and, like the rest of her team, becoming part of her extended family. The time they spend together makes them close friends, and his role goes beyond making her look beautiful to listening to her confidences, giving advice and laughing together. Jaime is kind and has an easy personality and temperament. He enjoys being a part of the music business, even though he stresses over making everything look as perfect as he has planned.
One of the top professionals in the Los Angeles radio and music industry. His influence has played a big role in launching the careers of a number of leading artists, including Jenni Rivera, for whom Pepe always has an open door when all others are closed. The consummate communicator, Pepe is talented, creative, visionary and enthusiastic, and he is considered one of the most outstanding Latin music composers of our times. He plays guitar and sings, but his main platform is radio; he programs the music at Qué Fiesta, the leading Mexican Regional station in Los Angeles and a key promoter of new talent. Pepe is the first to believe in Jenni and he has an important place in her heart, not only for supporting her career but also for his warmth and friendship.
Jenni’s makeup artist in the final stage of her career. Born in Acapulco, Jacob has a career as a dancer, but upon moving to Los Angeles he decides to become a professional makeup artist. After working with a number of top stars, he devotes himself exclusively to Jenni Rivera, and he never regrets the decision. He identifies with her immediately: for both of them, the way to success was paved with obstacles they struggled to overcome. He becomes Jenni’s great friend, and the two love each other deeply. Jacob is cheerful, funny and optimistic, noble and a good friend. For him, glamour and elegance are qualities to be maintained even in the most adverse situations.
JORGE SANCHEZ (GIGI)
Jenni’s hair stylist who accompanies her on all her trips, including the last one. Like all of the people on Jenni’s team, Jorge is a great comrade, a member of her “chosen family.” In addition to making sure the Diva’s hair looks resplendent on stage, he devotes himself to taking care of her and making sure she has everything she needs. He adapts well to pressure, staying calm and helping to keep harmony among the crew. He loves making Jenni laugh, especially when it’s at one of his pranks. He and Jacob work together to cultivate the look of the woman they consider a goddess of the music scene. They are Jenni’s great friends and unconditional fans.
Jenni Rivera: Mariposa De Barrio La Serie will premiere on Telemundo, Tuesday, June 27th at 8:00pm EST/7:00pm CST!