What you should know about “Who Killed Jenni Rivera?”, the new series about “La Diva de la Banda”

Jenni Rivera was one of the most important representatives of the regional mexican music. Close to the tenth anniversary of his death, the Peacock platform will premiere a new documentary series on this icon.

Janney Dolores Rivera Saavedrafull name of the artist, passed away on December 9, 2012 due to a plane crash that occurred on the outskirts of the city of Monterrey, Mexico, after giving a concert at the venue.

At just 43 years old, the career of Chiquis Rivera’s motherwas interrupted.

Born in Long Beach, California, she is known for having performed popular songs like “Oblivion does not come”, “It turns out”, “Dear partner”among other great successes.

WHAT WILL BE TOLD IN “WHO KILLED JENNI RIVERA?”

Jenni Rivera has inspired multiple television specials and tributes in her honor. On this occasion, the documentary series “Who Killed Jenni Rivera?” will focus on the last moments of the singer, as it will be about explain the events leading up to his death.

The program promises to show unpublished images of the event and, in addition, interviews with people who knew her and some experts.

It has been done in various cities. like Monterrey, Mexico City, Miami and Los Angeles. Furthermore, it was produced by Cio Lorenzo, Stephen Land and Raúl Mateu.

WATCH HERE THE TRAILER OF “WHO KILLED JENNI RIVERA?”

RELEASE DATE OF “WHO KILLED JENNI RIVERA?”

“Who Killed Jenni Rivera?” is a docuseries that will be available through the Peacock streaming platform.

The release date will be December 6three days before the tenth anniversary of the singer’s death.

CHAPTERS OF “WHO KILLED JENNI RIVERA?”

According to the information shared by the outlet, the miniseries It will have only three episodes.but they will last for 60 minutes each.

The children of Jenni Rivera announced this Tuesday, September 27, that they will publish an unpublished version of the song

The children of Jenni Rivera announced this Tuesday, September 27, that they will publish an unpublished version of the song “Mission Accomplished” (Photo: Jenni Rivera / Instagram)

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