Blasi’s “The Thundermans” Receives 13-Episode Order at Nickelodeon

Rosa Blasi is returning to television in a powerful new series…

The 40-year-old Latina actress, who last appeared in ABC Family’s Make It or Break It, will star in Nickelodeon’s superhero family comedy The Thundermans, which just received a 13-episode order from the cable network.

Rosa Blasi

The series, created by Jed Spingarn, revolved around The Thundermans, a typical suburban family that happens to have some amazing superpowers.

At the center of the action are the 14-year-old Thunderman twins, who share the same bathroom, the same school, and the same annoying little siblings. Their only difference? The sister is a super student with a super sunny disposition who looks forward to being a superhero someday, and her twin brother is a super villain.

Blasi and Chris Tallman portray the twins’ parents, while Diego Velazquez and Addison Riecke co-star as the younger siblings.

Blasi’s television credits include a leading role on Strong Medicine and guest starring roles on General Hospital, CSI: Miami and Hot in Cleveland.

Fuentes Participates in Inspiring Online St. Jude Video

She may not be known for her singing abilities, but that isn’t stopping Daisy Fuentes from lending her voice to a good cause.

The 45-year-old Cuban-American television host, model, comedian appears in a new video from the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, set to the iconic Beatles tune, “Hey Jude?”

Daisy Fuentes & Luis Fonsi

St. Jude released the video to commemorate National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and honor 50 years of finding cures and saving children.

The inspiring online video features St. Jude patients, hospital staff, notable actors, musicians and sports stars who have joined forces to “make it better” for children with cancer and other deadly diseases.

Other notable celebrities taking part in the video include Colombian superstar Juanes, Puerto Rican singing sensation Luis Fonsi and Make It or Break It actress Josie Loren, as well as Jennifer Aniston, Betty White and Ellen DeGeneres.

The “Hey St. Jude” video was produced by Tony Thomas, Hollywood producer and son of St. Jude founder Danny Thomas.