Pati takes a decidedly different direction in this season. While her bold Mexican flavors and insightful knowledge of the stories behind them continue to guide the shows, Pati takes viewers more deeply into her native country and her own home in Washington, DC, and family life. Pati brings viewers along as she reconnects with her father in his restaurant in downtown Mexico City and her oldest sister in the restaurant she runs. She also travels to the state of Michoacán, where she eats her way through Quiroga, “the Carnitas Capital of the World,” meets Butterfly Net Fishermen in Pátzcuaro, visits women chefs in their restaurants in the state’s capital, Morelia, and more. She also lets us in on more of her day-to-day home life with regular appearances by her family and friends.
As Canada’s leading ethnic media company, since 1984 Telelatino Network Inc. has owned and operated the TLN Television channel. TLN can be seen nationwide in over 6.2 million Canadian homes and broadcasts a wide variety of Canadian and international programming in English, Spanish and Italian. TLN’s family of channels comprises 7 owned and operated channels as well as Canadian representation of 4 additional Hispanic channels. The channel offerings include 6 All-Spanish language TV channels (Univision Canada, TeleNiños, Cinelatino, Centroamerica TV, WAPA America, Television Dominicana), 3 All-Italian language channels (Mediaset Italia Canada, TGCOM 24, TeleBimbi), and an English language sports channel (EuroWorld Sport).