Here's a story from the Have Fun While You Learn Spanish category! Everyone knows you're better at Spanish and you learn Spanish faster when you enjoy the process of learning . So, here goes...
Are you a fan of the television show Desperate Housewives? If you are you're not alone. An estimated 20 million viewers tune in every Sunday evening to see the latest antics of Susan Meyer (played by Teri Hatcher),
Desperate Housewives is a huge success - having won Emmy, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Awards. And it's recently been reported that the show has an audience in the vicinity of well over 100 million viewers. If you missed any of the first few seasons of Desperate Housewives you can get them on DVD.
Anyway, if you're interested in learning Spanish (you probably are if you're reading this), and you like the show Desperate Housewives, you'll be glad to know that a Spanish language version of Desperate Housewives available now. And this isn't just the American version with a Spanish soundtrack, but it's a completely different version of the show with different characters and different episodes and it's produced in Latin America.
You're already familiar with all the characters and the main theme of the show, so now sit back and enjoy increasing your Spanish knowledge as you get to know the characters and nuances of the Spanish language version of the show.
The Spanish Network Univision will be airing a show called Amas De Casa Desesperadas. Univision has over 800 stations accross the country and you can now tune in to your favorite show as a Spanish version. This is awesome news for Spanish students. You can now learn Spanish as you watch one of your favorite TV shows. And since Univision is a huge Spanish TV network, the chances are good that there is a channel that shows the Spanish version of Desperate Housewives ( Amas De Casa Desesperadas ) in your viewing area.
Desperate Housewives Overview
For those of you not familiar with the show Desperate Housewives, it's about the lives of four suburban housewives who live on a street called Wisteria Lane in the fictitious town of Fairview. If you like Desperate Housewives tune in to the Spanish version and have fun learning Spanish while you enjoy the antics of the women of Fairview. Check your local listings or the Internet to find out when the Spanish version of Desperate Housewives - Amas De Casa Desesperadas - is on for your viewing area. When you want to watch the Spanish version of Desperate Housewives the show title to look for on the Spanish channels is Amas de Casa Desesperadas.