Telemundo's AL ROJO VIVO Presents 'Princess Diana Week' Beginning 8/28
AL ROJO VIVO con María Celeste, the news magazine that defines the agenda in Hispanic entertainment, presents a week of exclusive content in homage to Princess Diana. Airing every day at 4 p.m. ET/3 p.m. CT from Monday, August 28 through Friday, September 1, "Princess Diana Week" will commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Princess of Wales's death by exploring her life and legacy. The special programming will include the worldwide exclusive unveiling of a photo of Diana at 56, the age she would be today, produced by forensic experts using the latest technology in facial reconstruction and imaging."Princess Diana was, and continues to be, one of the world's most complex and admired figures," said María Celeste Arrarás. "'Al Rojo Vivo' will pay tribute to her memory with an in-depth exploration of that complexity. We'll discover the many dimensions of Diana's life-as a woman, lover, philanthropist, mother, and fashion icon-through exclusive reports and investigative journalism." The following are some highlights of "Princess Diana Week" on "Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste": On Monday, August 28, "Al Rojo Vivo" and HOLA USA magazine will present the investigative report "Princess Diana, 20 Years After," a retrospective of Diana's life and untimely death through iconic archival imagery. Thursday, August 31 will mark the worldwide exclusive release of the photo of Diana at 56 produced by a team of forensic experts. During "Princess Diana Week," we'll reveal a multi-layered portrait of one of the world's most famous women, including her romantic relationships, her life before marriage, her role as a mother and her philanthropic work. "Princess Diana Week" on "Al Rojo Vivo con María Celeste" will serve as a prelude to Telemundo's broadcast of the eagerly awaited documentary "Diana, 7 Days" on Sunday, September 3 at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT. Produced by Sandpaper Films for the BBC, the documentary includes the first and only on-camera interviews that Diana's children, Princes William and Harry, have agreed to give about their mother. Other relatives, close friends, politicians and journalists also offer their reflections on one of modern history's most iconic figures.