Viacom-owned Tr3s, the network targeting Hispanic millennials, will premiere two reality series produced by Cake Boss producers High Noon Entertainment in the upcoming season, the network announced at its upfront presentation on Wednesday.
Familia de Circo follows a family-run circus consisting of five Mexican brothers, while Divas del Azucar looks inside a bakery business in Miami run by a Cuban mother and two daughters. The series are High Noon's first Spanish-language series.
Docuseries Empuje (Drive) joins the slate as a nod to social responsibility, teaching young Hispanics how to live a healthy lifestyle.
The lineup also includes two novelas -- Fortuna, produced by Argos Communications, and the second season of Ninas Mal.
With the backing of its parent company, Tr3s will also premiere Comedy Central Roast with its first Latin "roastee" in Mexican comedian Hector Suarez and will bring back MTV's World Stage, a live music event series.