Schedule

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  1. Man At Arms: Art of War

    Weapons of the Philippines

    In this episode of Man At Arms: Art of War, Danny and the expert blacksmiths set their sights on the South Pacific as they forge two fierce blades from the ancient Philippines - the Kalis and the Kampilan.

  2. Maria

    The DACA Decision

    Maria Cardona & co-host Christina M. Carrica Haley, discuss the historic DACA decision. Joined by Political Scientist - Matt Barreto and U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego from Arizona, they explore where Dreamers go from here.

  3. Maria

    Latinos and the Parties

    Maria Cardona & co-host Christina M. Carrica Haley, discuss the two party system and how Latinos are divided on crucial issues. Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto and Professor of History at Northwestern University, Geraldo Cadava, join the conversation.

  4. Maria

    English Only

    Maria Cardona and co-host Naibe Reynoso dissect the English Only Movement. Joined by Wendy Ramirez, Founder of "Spanish Sin Pena", and Kristian Ramos, Founder of Autonomy Strategies, they explore how Spanish became a "dirty" language.

  5. El Rey Nation

    Action-Lacked, Collision Course

    Life-sim video games and television shows ripe for crossover are up for discussion this time.

  6. El Rey Nation

    The Cricht Thing

    We talk the work of Michael Crichton, and the scientific concepts he introduced to the mainstream.

  7. Man At Arms: Art of War

    Weapons of the Philippines

    In this episode of Man At Arms: Art of War, Danny and the expert blacksmiths set their sights on the South Pacific as they forge two fierce blades from the ancient Philippines - the Kalis and the Kampilan.

  8. The Director's Chair

    Jon Favreau

    Jon Favreau recounts his journey from aspiring actor and comedian to widely successful blockbuster director. Favreau reveals how his creative vision has developed over the years, made visible through his diverse filmography ranging from Swingers, Elf, Iron Man, Chef and his latest movie, The Jungle Book. Robert Rodriguez and Favreau discuss how each of his films demonstrates his unique ability to merge comedy and a sense of humanity with visually stunning and technically innovative blockbuster films.

  9. Vampiro: Unleashed

    Women Protecting Themselves

    Vampiro and his guest, writer/filmmaker, Issa Lopez delve into the importance of why self-defense is so important for women. Vampiro relates the experience by explaining how he taught women self-defense for free.

  10. Vampiro: Unleashed

    The Latino Identity in American Society

    Vampiro and his guest, CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation - Antonio Tijerino, examine the Latino Identity in the United States and being comfortable as a Latino in American Society. Vampiro states the importance of loving yourself no matter how you were born.

  11. Correctamundo!

    Family Movie Trivia

    Family Movies Trivia with host Hector Navarro and his guests Matt Acevedo, Marina Mastros and Kelly Nugent.

  12. Keep Bleeding with Mike Escamilla

    The BMX Gladiator

    Mike sits down with one of his childhood heroes, BMX legend Mat Hoffman, Mike's earliest mentor.  They talk about Mat's many injuries, including a surgery with no anesthesia,  and what it takes to come back from career ending injuries. 

  13. Heroes of the East

    A Chinese man marries a Japanese woman through an arranged marriage and manages to insult all of her Japanese martial arts family by issuing a challenge to her that is misinterpreted by the others. He must then prove how good Chinese Kung Fu really is through a series of duels with the seven Japanese martial artists who come to meet the challenge.

  14. Invincible Shaolin

    Evil Gen. Pu tries to destroy two Shaolin temples, but two martial artists hone their skills to defeat him. 

  15. Sabotage

    Members of an elite DEA task force find themselves being taken down one by one after they rob a drug cartel safe house.

  16. Santo vs. The Riders of Terror

    When a group of escaped lepers goes on a horrendous crime spree, it's up to Santos to save the day.

  17. Wrestling Women vs. The Aztec Mummy

    Two wrestlers face off against a criminal syndicate that hopes to locate and steal an ancient treasure map from an Aztec mummy's tomb.

  18. El Rey Nation

    Action-Lacked, Collision Course

    Life-sim video games and television shows ripe for crossover are up for discussion this time.

  19. El Rey Nation

    The Cricht Thing

    We talk the work of Michael Crichton, and the scientific concepts he introduced to the mainstream.

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  • About El Rey

    El Rey Network is an English-language entertainment brand founded by maverick filmmaker Robert Rodriguez (From Dusk Till Dawn, Sin City, Spy Kids, Machete). Curated by Rodriguez and his artistic collective, the Latino-infused network revels in the courage, capacity, and creativity of ordinary people on extraordinary journeys through its unique original programming. In addition, El Rey Network showcases a wide range of iconic feature films and TV series including genre, cult classics, action, and horror/sci-fi.

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