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iHM Announces ''More Better with Stephanie and Melissa''


''More Better with Stephanie and Melissa''
''More Better with Stephanie and Melissa''

iHeartMedia announces "More Better with Stephanie and Melissa" a new weekly podcast hosted by "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" stars Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero. "More Better" is the latest series from actor, producer, entrepreneur and activist Wilmer Valderrama's slate with iHeartMedia's My Cultura Podcast Network, a network dedicated to elevating Latinx voices and stories and of which Valderrama is a stakeholder. The weekly podcast will join previously released podcasts from this partnership, "Essential Voices with Wilmer Valderrama" and "Date My Abuelita, First!"

Launching May 30, actresses and real-life friends, Beatriz (Encanto, In The Heights) and Fumero (Digman!, Velma), will take listeners along on a personal ride through all aspects of life and share the juiciest cheat codes for adulting, while throwing in some hilarious anecdotes and probably a few embarrassing stories. Beatriz and Fumero will keep it real - and real fun - on their journey to be a little "more better."

"It's been a dream being able to collaborate with my dear friends Melissa and Stephanie," said Valderrama for My Cultura. "'More Better' is the next chapter in elevating and expanding the Latino reach in mainstream media. I am beyond grateful for the partnership WV Sound has built with iHeartMedia's My Cultura Network and that we are continuing to deliver content that uplifts the voices of my community."

"I am so excited to partner with Wilmer, the whole My Cultura team, and the good folks at iHeart on this new venture of podcasting with one of my favorite people in the whole world Stephanie Beatriz. I hope each week we can make you smile, laugh, feel seen, and maybe add a little joy to your day," said Fumero.

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