We’ve updated our gallery with photos of Alfonso Herrera as a guest at the FOX Fall Party, where he was promoting the second season of The Exorcist, his co-stars were there too. Thanks to my friend Mouza from JohnCho.net for the next photos.
New photos of the first episode of the second season of The Exorcist were released today, next to premiere on Friday September 29 on FOX, besides to know the argument of this episode, that you can read here:
Six months after leaving Chicago, Father Tomas continues his training to become an exorcist under the watchful eye of his partner Marcus Keane. Their travels lead them to a troubled young woman in rural Montana, where their investigation puts them in the crosshairs of her extended family. But as Tomas’ skills continue to grow, Marcus begins to worry that his apprentice is taking unnecessary risks. The action then switches to a secluded private island off the coast of Seattle, where Andy Kim runs a group home for at-risk foster children, whose lives are disrupted when the state sends a social worker to determine whether the foster home should be closed. Little do they know the true danger is yet to come: a malevolent presence that has set its sights upon one of the children in Andy’s care. Evil has a new home in the all-new “Janus,” Season Two premiere episode of THE EXORCIST airing Friday, Sept. 29 on FOX.
We started to see the first promotional images of the Season 2 of The Exorcist, which, remember, is released on September 29 in the United States (FOX), Canada (CTV), Latin America and Brazil (FX), and available the day after in Spain (HBO Spain).
At the moment there are no trailers available, but we could see the first scenes of the new adventures of Father Tomás and Marcus in the next few hours or week. Can’t wait!
Alfonso Herrera and Ed Westwick met Brazilian fans this Saturday (15). The event took place in the Hotel Transamérica, in the city of São Paulo.
The actors from Sense8 and Gossip Girl series answered questions from their fans and radiated sympathy. Hundreds of fans crowded to try to be close to their idols.
On this occasion, the artists even posed for the photos and joked with the journalists.
Alfonso Herrera says that the cancellation of Sense8, a series that co-starred and was part of Netflix, generates mixed emotions.
On the one hand, he says, it gives him sadness to say goodbye to a story that had two seasons. But on the other, remembering the announcement of the elaboration of a special two-hour, the opportunity to lengthen the adventure a little.
“I received a letter from Netflix explaining that the story was going to arrive until a second season and we started to write between us (the cast) and we said what a bad thing. Then by social networks I saw the letter from Lana (Wachowski, director and creator of the concept) of the special and I was surprised, I joined the celebration, finally we will be able to close the story”, he says.
Sense8 showed how a group of people from different countries and cultures were connected emotionally, after the death of a woman. Herrera played Hernando, who maintains a love affair with Lito (the Spanish Miguel Ángel Silvestre).
The actor says that so far he has not received a date for the recording of the Sense8 special, or where his character will go. “I do not know anything, I emailed Lana for her birthday and she responded by thanking me, but we could not speak“, he says.
Poncho will travel this weekend to Vancouver, Canada, to begin the second season of the series The Exorcist, which stars. “It will be four and a half months of work, ten chapters, which gives me great pleasure, for that volume“, he says.
The actor Alfonso Herrera, along with a group of Mexican partners, inaugurated “La Carmencita“, a restaurant of “oracular cuisine” that seeks to rescue and dignify the Baja Californian food.
In addition to Herrera, the entrepreneur Francisco Navarro and the chef Luis Cárdenas were in charge of giving life to the project, which is located in Los Angeles, California.
“Today more than ever and due to the social and political situation that the United States is going through, it is important to publicize Mexico’s wealth, away from stereotypes. We Mexicans have an obligation to contribute clearer, deeper and more positive visions of what we are and a very good way to do it is through our flavors“, said Alfonso.
As a 100% Mexican concept, “La Carmencita” seeks to respect the ingredients and processes of the typical dishes of Baja California, as well as the talent of two young chefs led by Luis Cárdenas.
“Oracular Kitchen is a unique concept of ‘La Carmencita‘, which seeks to have a eclectic menu, where you can find spontaneous, with the freshness of the catch of the day” Navarro said, creator of the concept.
To complement the experience, the muralist – also Mexican – “Libre Hem” was in charge of transforming the walls of the enclosure to make “La Carmencita” a complete experience.
Their octopus tacos were recently recognized among the top 10 in Los Angeles, but coconut ceviche and huachinango are also among the public favorites.