Cristela Alonzo's 'Mixtape Memoir'
On today's show:
She Brings The Funny
(Starts at 7:45)
When the sitcom “Cristela” was picked up by ABC in 2014, it was the first primetime comedy created, written, produced by and starring a Latina — stand-up comedian Cristela Alonzo. Though the show lasted only one season, she learned vital lessons from the experience. Alonzo joined John Horn in front of a live audience at KPCC last fall, where she performed some of her latest comedy show, “My Affordable Care Act,” and discussed her book, “Music to My Years: A Mixtape Memoir of Growing Up and Standing Up.”
Coming To A Small Screen Near You
(Starts at :45)
John talks with Hollywood Reporter TV critic Daniel Fienberg about the first three days of the Television Critics Assn. Winter meeting. So far, Fox, ABC and FX have previewed upcoming shows, including the next season of "Fargo," starring Chris Rock and Jason Schwartzman.
A Frightful Museum Show
(Starts at 19:45)
There’s a new exhibit at L.A.'s Natural History Museum called "Natural History of Horror," which looks at how real events inspired some favorite scary movies. The Frame contributor Collin Friesen tells us more.