Verizon Renews Nick Gomez’s Horror-Comedy “Snatchers” for Two More Seasons

Nick Gomez has snatched another two years of work…

Verizon has ordered seasons 2 and 3 of the hit teen horror-comedy Snatchers, starring the Latino actor.

Nick Gomez

Hailing from Warner Bros. Digital StudiosStage 13 brand for go90, the series, which premiered in June, will go into production for Season 2 in New Mexico and starts principal photography this week.

Created, written and executive produced by Stephen Cedars, Benji Kleiman and Scott Yacyshyn, Snatchers centers on Sara (Mary Nepi), a status-obsessed high school student who, in order to preserve her social standing, loses her virginity and surprisingly wakes up extremely pregnant — by an alien.

Season 2 picks up with Sara and Hayley (Gabrielle Elyse) in over their heads against the evolving alien threat. With Sara’s mom, Kate (JJ Nolan), in the clutches of the creatures, the girls have to enlist help from Skyler (Austin Fryberger), the alien baby-daddy himself.

Gomez, who portrays Oscar Ruiz, is part of the returning cast that includes Ashley Argota as Kiana.

Kleiman and Cedars direct.

Gomez’s previous credits include appearances on The Walking Dead, General Hospital, Longmire, Major Crimes, Drop Dead Diva and Nashville.

Lopez to Produce YouTube Channel About His Life for Awesomeness TV’s Awestruck Digital Network

Mario Lopez is ready to leave you Awestruck

The 42-year-old television host and actor is headed to YouTube after agreeing to a deal with Awesomeness TV’s Awestruck digital network.

Mario Lopez

Lopez, the co-host of Extra, will be tasked with creating programming about his family, his faith, his fitness and diet.

The channel will feature his wife Courtney Lopez and their children, Gia and Dominic, according to Variety.

“I’m so excited to launch my personal YouTube channel with Awestruck,” Lopez said in a statement. “Their focus on family and fun made them the perfect partner. And the fact that I get to include my family makes it that much better.”

Awestruck is a digital entertainment and lifestyle network aimed at millennial moms. It’s original short-form programming is distributed via YouTube, Facebook and Verizon’s go90 app.

Lopez will be joining the likes of Zoe Saldaña, Molly Sims, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi and Jennifer “Jwoww” Farley, who are other celebrities who have deals with the network.

“Mario is a perfect addition to the Awestruck community,” said Awestruck chief Sarah Penna in a statement. “Not only did moms like myself grow up watching him on TV, but he’s a great example of the multi-tasking parent of today.”