I’ll be honest. This makes me kind of cringe. Como que todavía it’s too soon for another new season of I Love Jenni, especially when it will feature the posthumous Diva De La Banda in the days leading up to her tragic accident on December 9th. Maybe it’s just me… but something about it feels a little morbid. I also felt that the Jenni Rivera special from Univision this past weekend was right on the fence of being inappropriate too. I think it’s too soon for anyone to be interviewing or filming her children about how they are coping with their mother’s passing.
How is that any of our business?
But again that may just be me.
I mean, wrong or right, my way of looking at it is that it is one thing to remember Jenni Rivera from the music she left for the world already. Or all of the other seasons of I Love Jenni up until now. Or the countless other media interviews, pictures and videos that she participated in before her death. But it’s another thing completely to air something so personal as her life in this reality show. And don’t get me wrong, I was a huge fan of I Love Jenni from the beginning. But part of the reason why I was always such a fan of the show was precisely because she allowed us to see so much of her in such a personal light. I don’t know that I’m ready for that again.
Honestly, I will be skipping this season for any of the foreseeable future.
I Love Jenni‘s third and final season will air on Mun2 beginning on April 14th. According to the network it will include final footage of Jenni and current footage of her family as they rebuild their lives.
What do you think?
Will you be watching?