Rauw Alejandro Leads Pack of Premios Tu Música Urbano Nominees with 12 Nods

Rauw Alejandro is this year’s música urbano artist to beat…

The nominees have been announced for this year’s Premios Tu Música Urbano, with the 30-year-old Puerto Rican singer leading the pack with 12 nods.

Rauw AlejandroAmong Rauw Alejandro’s nominations, the “Beso” singer is up for Artist of the Year, Top Social Artist and Song of The Year for “Lokera,” featuring Lyanno and Brray.

He’s followed by Feid

The 30-year-old Colombian singer/songwriter is up for 11 awards, including Top Artist – Male, Top Social Artist and Song of the Year for “Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo” –

Up next, Bad Bunny is up for 10 awards…

The 29-year-old Puerto Rican artist is up for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year for “Me Porto Bonito” and Tour of the Year for World’s Hottest Tour.

This year’s Premios Tu Música Urbano will take place at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in San Juan

Other top nominees include Wisin & Yandel, Young Miko, Ángel Dior, Farruko, Indiomar, Jay Wheeler, Ozuna, and Quevedo.

The awards show will not only recognize top urban artists but also artists from other genres—such as tropical, pop and Regional Mexican—who have experimented with the urban realm, across 32 categories.

The 4th annual Premio Tu Música Urbano will air on June 15 on Telemundo PR, as well as on Telemundo Internacional and YouTube.

Fans can vote for their favorite artists on www.premiostumusicaurbano.com.

Here’s the complete list of nominees:

Artist of the Year
Bad Bunny
Rauw Alejandro
Karol G
Ozuna
Rosalía

Top Artist — Male
Jhayco
Anuel AA
Feid
Yandel
Manuel Turizo
Maluma
Arcángel
Farruko

Top Artist — Female
Anitta
Becky G
María Becerra
Nicki Nicole
Tini
Natti Natasha
Cazzu

Top Artist — Duo or Group
Jowell & Randy
Wisin & Yandel
Piso 21
Zion & Lennox
Alexis y Fido
CNCO
Mau y Ricky

Top New Artist — Male
Omar Courtz
Alejo
Polimá Westcoast
Hozwal
Chris Lebrón
Cris Mj
Chris Palace
Yng Lvcas
Jossef
Brray

Top New Artist — Female
Paopao
Villano Antillano
Itzza Primera
Ingratax
Snow Tha Product
Catalyna
Nesi
Elena Rose

Top Rising Star — Male
Duki
Ryan Castro
Tiago PZK
Eladio Carrión
Lyanno
Álvaro Díaz
Kevin Roldán
Quevedo

Top Rising Star — Female
Bad Gyal
Emilia
Young Miko
Tokischa

Top Social Artist
Rauw Alejandro
Feid
Mau y Ricky
Manuel Turizo
Rosalía
Jay Wheeler
Tini

Song of the Year
“Quevedo: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” – Bizarrap, Quevedo
“Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo” – Feid
“Lokera” – Rauw Alejandro, Lyanno, Brray
“Provenza” – Karol G
“Despechá” – Rosalía
“La Bachata” – Manuel Turizo
“Me Porto Bonito” – Bad Bunny, Chencho Corleone

Song of the Year — Duo or Group
“Los Cachos” – Piso 21, Manuel Turizo
“Si Te Pillo” – Jowell & Randy, Wisin & Yandel
“Berlín” – Zion & Lennox, María Becerra
“Besos Moja2” – Wisin & Yandel, Rosalía
“Plutón” – CNCO, Kenia Os
“Miami” – Mau y Ricky

Remix of the Year
“Loco por Perrearte Remix” – De La Ghetto, Rauw Alejandro
“Marisola Remix” – Cris MJ, Duki, Nicki Nicole, Standly, Stars Music Chile
“La Bebe Remix” – Yng Lvcas, Peso Pluma
“Ultra Solo Remix” – Polimá Westcoast, Feid, Pailita, Paloma Mami, De La Ghetto
“Desde Mis Ojos Remix” – Chris Lebrón, Sech, Jay Wheeler
“Si La Calle Llama Remix” – Eladio Carrión, Myke Towers
“Después de las 12 Remix” – Ovi, Kim Loaiza, Grupo Firme, Pailita

Collaboration of the Year
“Yandel 150” – Yandel, Feid
“Punto 40” – Rauw Alejandro, Baby Rasta
“La Jumpa” – Arcángel, Bad Bunny
“ La Inocente” – Mora, Feid
“TQG” – Karol G, Shakira
“La Corriente” – Bad Bunny, Tony Dize
“Hey Mor” – Ozuna ,Feid
“En La De Ella” – Jhayco, Feid, Sech
“Party” – Bad Bunny, Rauw Alejandro

Top Artist — Pop Urban
Jay Wheeler
Manuel Turizo
Rosalía
Pedro Capó
Tini
Becky G
Danny Ocean
Shakira

Top Artist — Tropical Urban
Rafa Pabón
Gente de Zona
Prince Royce
Romeo Santos
Pirulo y la Tribu

Top Artist — Dembow
Kiko el Crazy
Rochy RD
Tokischa
Chimbala
Ángel Dior

Top Artist — Trap
Anuel AA
Eladio Carrión
Bryant Myers
Hozwal
Young Miko
Yovngchimi
Duki
Dei V

Top Artist — Regional Urban
Natanael Cano
Peso Pluma
Grupo Firme
Grupo Frontera
Santa Fe Klan
Junior H
Eslabón Armado
Fuerza Regida

Top Artist — Christian/Spiritual
Funky
Alex Zurdo
Redimi2
Gabriel EMC
Farruko
Indiomar
Onell Díaz

Top Song — Pop Urban
“Te Felicito” – Shakira, Rauw Alejandro
“X Si Volvemos” – Karol G, Romeo Santos
“Ojitos Lindos” – Bad Bunny, Bomba Estéreo
“Playa del Inglés” – Quevedo, Myke Towers
“Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” – Bizarrap , Shakira
“LLYLM” – Rosalía
“Cairo” – Karol G, Ovy On The Drums
“La Triple T” – Tini
“Traductor” – Tiago PZK, Myke Towers

Top Song — Tropical Urban
“Si Te Preguntan…” – Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, Jay Wheeler
“La Fórmula” – Maluma , Marc Anthony
“Agüita de Coco” – Rafa Pabón
“Desnúdate” – Zion & Lennox
“Arranca” – Becky G, Omega
“Lotería” – Luis Vázquez, Rafa Pabón
“Baila Bien” – Vf7, Nio García

Top Song — Dembow
“Feliz” – Chimbala
“Tití Me Preguntó” – Bad Bunny
“Gogo Dance” – El Alfa, Chael Produciendo
“Delincuente” – Tokischa , Anuel AA, Ñengo Flow
“Piropi” – Ángel Dior
“Tamo en Nota” – Rauw Alejandro, Ángel Dior
“Chukiteo” – Kiko el Crazy, Ñengo Flow
“Ojos Ferrari” – Karol G, Justin Quiles, Ángel Dior
“To’ Esto Es Tuyo” – Natti Natasha

Top Song — Trap
“Diamantes En Mis Dientes” – Anuel AA, Yovngchimi
“JS4E” – Arcángel  Mbappe – Eladio Carrión
“El Nene” – Anuel AA , Foreign Teck
“Lisa” – Young Miko
“Givenchy” – Duki
“Coco Chanel” – Eladio Carrión , Bad Bunny
“Big Booty” – Hozwal, Young Miko , Lil Geniuz

Top Song — Christian/Spiritual
“Nubes” – Indiomar, Blanca
“100 x 35” – Redimi2, Alex Zurdo, Christian Ponce, Gabriel EMC, Borrero, Joeky Santana
“Sigo Aquí” – Gabriel EMC, Redimi2
“Nazareno” – Farruko
“Tuyo Remix” – Omy Alka, Indiomar, Musiko
“A Ciegas RMX” – Indiomar, Musiko, Alex Zurdo, Funky
“Tu Manto Remix” – Funky, Od anis BSK, Lizzy Parra
“En La Mia Remix” – MC Albertico, Isaias Francotirador, Farruko

Album of the Year — Male Artist
Un Verano Sin Ti – Bad Bunny
La Última Misión – Wisin & Yandel
OzuTochi – Ozuna
Paraíso – Mora
Saturno – Rauw Alejandro
Sr. Santos – Arcángel
LLNM2 – Anuel AA
Resistencia – Yandel
Feliz Cumpleaños Ferxxo Te Pirateamos El Álbum – Feid

Album of the Year — Female Artist
La Nena De Argentina – María Becerra
Mañana Será Bonito – Karol G
Cupido – Tini
Versions of Me – Anitta
Esquemas – Becky G
Nena Trampa – Cazzu
Motomami – Rosalía

Album of the Year — Rising Stars
Portales – Tiago PZK
Tú crees en mi ? – Emilia
Temporada de Reggaetón 2 – Duki
Sen2 Kbrn VOL.2 – Eladio Carrión
Reggaetonea – Ryan Castro
Donde Quiero Estar – Quevedo
El Cambio – Lyanno

Video of the Year
“Punto 40 Año 2077” – Rauw Alejandro, Baby Rasta
“La Llevo al Cielo” – Chencho Corleone, Chris Jedi, Anuel AA, Ñengo Flow
“TQG” – Karol G, Skakira
“JS4E” – Arcángel
“La Reina” – Maluma
“Bombón” – Daddy Yankee, El Alfa, Lil Jon
“Chorrito Pa Las Animas” – Feid
“La Loto” – Tini, Becky G, Anitta
“Riri” – Young Miko

Top Music Producer
Los Legendarios
Tainy
Mr. NaisGai
Ovy on the Drums
Caleb Callloway
Bizarrap
MAG
Subelo Neo
Dimelo Ninow & Dulce Como Candy

Songwriter/Composer of the Year
Rauw Alejandro
Justin Quiles
Keityn
Jhayco
Edgar Barrera
MAG
La Paciencia
Feid
Rios

Tour of the Year
“World’s Hottest Tour” – Bad Bunny
“Saturno World Tour” – Rauw Alejandro
“$trip Love Tour” – Karol G
“La Última Misión” – Wisin & Yandel
“La Última Vuelta World Tour” – Daddy Yankee
“Ozutochi World Tour” – Ozuna
“Motomami World Tour” – Rosalía

The Best Comeback
Maldy
Vico C
Tony Dize
Baby Rasta
Don Omar
Ivy Queen

Wisin & Yandel Scores 16th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with Rosalia-Collab “Besos Moja2”

It’s a Sweet Sixteen for Wisin & Yandel.

The Puerto Rican Grammy– and Latin Grammy-winning reggaeton duo have taken over Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart as the Rosalia-collaboration “Besos Moja2” rises 2-1 to lead the April 1-dated ranking.

Wisin & YandelThe new champ hits the top after the song’s domination on Latin Rhythm Airplay, where it holds strong at No. 1 for a fourth week.

“Besos Moja2” is a contemporary reggaetón version of Wisin & Yandel’s “Besos Mojados” produced by Luny Tunes and originally released as part of the duo’s sixth studio album, La Revolución (No. 1 on Top Latin Albums, May 2009).

The new Rosalía-assisted version stems from the Puerto Rican’s 10th and farewell full-length set as a duo, La Última Misión, which debuted and peaked at No. 14 on Top Latin Albums and reached top 10 on Latin Rhythm Albums last October.

“Besos Moja2,” produced by the same team plus Los Legendarios and Noah Goldstein, stretches to No. 1 on Latin Airplay, after two weeks in the runner-up slot, with a 3% increase in audience impressions, to 12 million, earned in the U.S. in the week ending March 23, according to Luminate.

The collaboration gives Wisin & Yandel their 16th No. 1. The duo extends its record for the most champs among groups, ahead of Maná’s 11 leaders, and Zion & Lennox’s eight No. 1s. Among all acts, J Balvin continues to lead with 35 No. 1s. “Besos Moja2” arrives atop of the chart following Wisin & Yandel’s one week command through “Mayor Que Usted,” with Natti Natasha and Daddy Yankee, in September 2022.

Rosalía, meanwhile, secures her seventh No. 1, and sixth consecutive, after conquering Latin Airplay also for one week with the bachataEl Pañuelo,” with Romeo Santos on the survey dated February 25.

Natti Natasha to Co-Host This Year’s Latin American Music Awards

Natti Natasha is ready to run the show…

The 36-year-old Dominican singer will make her hosting debut at the 2023 Latin American Music Awards.

Natti NatashaThe “Sin Pijama” singer will co-host the awards ceremony — which will be broadcast live on April 20 — alongside Julian Gil and Galilea Montijo. 

“I’ve never shied away from living new experiences, and tackling new challenges,” Natasha tells Billboard. “Hosting an award show is something new and exciting for me. It gives me a way to connect with a live audience and those watching at home, and celebrate with them our culture and passion through what we love … música!”

Natasha adds that she’s already preparing for the big day.

“The work begins now! In the next weeks, I look forward to working with producers, creatives, wardrobe and production as a whole to ensure we give audiences an evening to remember.”

Natti Natasha is also up for three awards this year. She’s nominated in the categories best artist – urban, best collaboration – pop/urban and collaboration of the year for “Mayor Que Usted,” with Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel.

This year, Bad Bunny leads the list of nominations with 11 nods, including artist of the year, song of the year and album of the year. The Puerto Rican star is followed by Becky G and Daddy Yankee, each with nine nominations; and with eight nods each are Grupo FronteraKarol G, Rauw Alejandro, Romeo Santos and RosalíaCarlos Vives and Pepe Aguilar will be recognized as 2023 Latin AMAs Legacy honorees.

This year’s nominations are based on streaming, sales, radio airplay, tours and even social media interactions data provided by Billboard and Luminate during the eligibility period (Feb. 12, 2022, through Feb. 4, 2023).

The eighth edition of the Latin AMAs is set to broadcast live on Univision, UniMás, and Galavisión from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Thursday, April 20 at 7:00 pm ET.

Tainy Discusses Upcoming Solo Debut Album, “DATA”

He co-produced Bad Bunny’s history-making album Un Verano Sin Ti, and now Tainy is preparing to release his solo debut LP.

The 33-year-old Puerto Rican record producer and songwriter, whose real name is Marcos Efraín Masís Fernández, will release the star-studded DATA, in early 2023.

Tainy“[DATA] is a representation of who I am as a person, and as a fan of music,” Tainy tells Billboard Español. “To be able to have my own album is so special. I’m putting my everything into this, all the knowledge I’ve acquired since I started working with the people I admire.”

In addition to established hitmakers like J Balvin, Wisin & Yandel and Arcángel, the album will also feature brilliant upstarts like Young Miko, Ankhal and Kris Floyd.

To date, the 2022 Latin Grammy winner for producer of the year has unveiled the wildly successful “Lo Siento BB:/,” featuring Bad Bunny and Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas, as well as “Sci-Fi,” co-starring Rauw Alejandro.

“I’ve been 100% focused on my project, and “Lo Siento BB:/” is the first single. We will be releasing the final product at the top of the year. I’m so excited for it. I’ve been dreaming of doing this album before I even got into music, because these types of projects are what inspired me to get into music,” says Tainy. “As you might imagine, I’m working with most of the people that I’ve already worked with for a long time, and who I have a great relationship with: Benito, Jhayco, Rauw, Feid, Balvin, Wisin & Yandel, Arcángel…They have been a huge part of my career, so I wanted them to be a part of this, because they were a part of my journey. At the same time, I wanted to combine two worlds and merge this with the up-and-coming artists that I’m a fan of: Young Miko, Ankhal, Kris Floyd … all these guys, and how I brought in Julieta Venegas. [The album] shows more of who I am, and who my musical influences are.”

No exact date has been announced for the release of Tainy’s Data album.

Ozuna Becomes New Owner of Puerto Rican Basketball Team Los Osos de Manatí, Previously Known as Los Brujos de Guayama

Ozuna is getting in the game…

The 30-year-old Puerto Rican singer and rapper is officially the new owner of a basketball team in Puerto Rico, the Baloncesto Nacional Superior de Puerto Rico has announced.

Ozuna

The sports organization revealed that the chart-topping artist has acquired Los Brujos de Guayama. Due to the franchise’s transfer to the municipality of Manatí, the team has been renamed to Los Osos de Manatí (Manatí Bears). With Juan Aubín Cruz Coliseum as their home venue, Los Osos de Manatí become the first BSN team in that municipality since 2017.

Ricardo Dalmau, president of the BSN, added: “It is with great enthusiasm that we welcome Ozuna to the BSN family. The commitment shown throughout this entire process gives us confidence in what his management will be in charge of the new Osos de Manatí. I take this opportunity to thank Rafael Rodríguez for his commitment to the league and the Brujos de Guayama franchise, which he led for the last 10 years.”

Ozuna joins a growing number of Latin artists that have ventured into the sports world by purchasing basketball teams in Puerto Rico. The list includes moves from Bad Bunny, who became the co-owner of Los Cangrejeros de Santurce and Anuel AA, who purchased Capitanes de Arecibo along with his manager Frabian Eli, in 2021.

Instead of flocking to basketball like their fellow hitmakers, duo Wisin & Yandel is placing all bets on baseball as new co-owners of Criollos de Caguas, the latest champions of the Liga de Béisbol Profesional Roberto Clemente (LBPRC).

NFL Releasing First-Ever “Por La Cultura Mixtape,” Featuring Yandel Collaboration

Yandel is helping kick-off a special initiative with the National Football League

The NFL is set to release its first-ever Por La Cultura Mixtape in partnership with NEON16 that features music by the 45-year-old Puerto Rican singer and songwriter, the half member of the reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel.

Yandel, El Alfa, Will.i.AmThe mixtape, led by creative One Six and hitmaker Tainy, features Yandel’s collaboration with El Alfa and Will.i.Am, “Rómpela.”

The track is the backdrop of the “Por La Cultura” campaign kickoff spot titled “The Celebration.”

Natti Natasha Earns 10th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with “Mayor Que Usted,” Featuring Daddy Yankee & Wisin y Yandel

It’s a perfect 10 for Natti Natasha

The 35-year-old Dominican singer has captured her 10th chart-topper on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart dated September 3 with “Mayor Que Usted,” her hit collaboration with Daddy Yankee and Wisin & Yandel.

Natti NatashaThe track rose 5-1 on the chart.

Yankee earned his 27th No. 1 while Wisin & Yandel clocked their 15th champ as a duo.

“Mayor Que Usted” laps all competitors in the No. 1 race boosted by a 31% in audience impressions, to 9.47 million, earned in the U.S. in the week ending August 28, according to Luminate.

The track, released June 16 via Pina/Sony Music Latin, reaches the No. 1 slot as the Greatest Gainer of the week, in its 10th frame.

Here’s the overall chart leaderboard:
35, J Balvin
32, Enrique Iglesias
28, Ozuna
27, Daddy Yankee
22, Wisin
21, Maluma
19, Romeo Santos
18, Bad Bunny
18, Ricky Martin

For Natti, “Mayor” marks her third No. 1 on the chart through a Daddy Yankee collaboration. The pair previously partnered up with two back-to-back champs: “No Lo Trates,” with Pitbull, and “Runaway,” with Sebastián Yatra and Jonas Brothers, both one-week rulers in 2019. “Otra Cosa,” her first collaboration with Daddy Yankee, narrowly missed the No. 1 slot, hitting No. 11 in 2017.

“Mayor Que Usted” also climbs to the Latin Rhythm Airplay summit in its 10th week with the most increased audience honors.

While Natti continues to rank second among female acts with nine No. 1s (Karol G continues at the helm with 13 champs), Daddy Yankee ties with J Balvin for the most overall, both with 34 hits.

Ricky Martin Earns 18th No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart with Reik-Collab “A Veces Bien y A Veces Mal”

Ricky Martin has made his triumphant return to the top of the charts…

The 50-year-old Puerto Rican singer, songwriter and actor has returned to the No. 1 spot for the first time in over four years on a Billboard airplay chart as “A Veces Bien y A Veces Mal” with Reik rises from No. 7 to lead the Latin Airplay ranking dated August 27.

Ricky MartinMartin & Reik’s first collaboration lands at the summit in its 17th week boosted by a 43% gain in audience impressions to 9.1 million earned in the U.S. in the week ending August 21, according to Luminate.

With the biggest percentage gain of the week in terms of audience, it ejects Bad Bunny and Chencho Corleone’s “Me Porto Bonito” from its one week in charge. It falls to No. 2 on the current chart.

“A Veces Bien y A Veces Mal” marks the 18th ruler for Martin and first since his one-week champ “Fiebre,” featuring Wisin & Yandel, in May 2018. With the new champ, the pop star enters a tie with Bad Bunny for the eighth-most among all acts, both with 18 wins.

Plus, he continues to hold the second-most victories among Latin pop acts, trailing only Enrique Iglesias (32 leaders). Overall, J Balvin continues at the helm with 35 No. 1s.

Here’s a look at the male-dominated scoreboard:

35, J Balvin
32, Enrique Iglesias
28, Ozuna
26, Daddy Yankee
22, Wisin
21, Maluma
19, Romeo Santos
18, Bad Bunny
18, Ricky Martin
16, Carlos Vives
16, Nicky Jam
16, Shakira

For Reik, “A Veces Bien y A Veces Mal” provides the Mexican trio their fourth No. 1 and first since “Si Me Dices Que Sí,” with Farruko and Camilo, reigned for one week in June 2020.

In addition to the song’s Latin Airplay domination, Martin and Reik celebrate their Latin Pop Airplay coronation, as the track climbs 4-1 with the Greatest Gainer honors of the week.

Further, the track debuts at No. 50 on the all-metric Hot Latin Songs chart.

Tainy Renews Worldwide Publishing Agreement with Sony Music Publishing

Tainy is staying with Sony…

Sony Music Publishing has renewed its worldwide publishing agreement with the 32-year-old Puerto Rican chart-topping songwriter and producer.

TainyThe deal extends the company’s longstanding relationship with the hitmaker, which began in 2005 when he launched his career in Puerto Rico.

“I am grateful that my career has allowed me to reach new heights not only on the artistic and creative side, but also on the business side,” Tainy (real name Marco Masis) said in a statement. “And I appreciate having such great partners on the publishing end. Excited for the next chapter with the SMP family.”

Since kicking off his career, Tainy has become a go-to collaborator for artists such as Bad BunnyJ BalvinZion & Lennox and Wisin & Yandel. Most recently, Tainy produced nine songs on Bad Bunny’s record-breaking album, Un Verano Sin Ti, including “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estéreo and the Rauw Alejandro-assisted “Party.”

In October, Tainy made history by becoming the first person to spend 100 weeks at No. 1 on any of Billboard‘s producers charts thanks to tracks like Bad Bunny’s “Yonaguni,” Bad Bunny and JhayCo‘s “Dákiti” and Kali Uchis‘ “Telepatía.”

“Tainy is one of the leading songwriters, artists, and producers in music today. He also happens to be a fantastic human being – as humble as he is talented. I have seen firsthand how he works with other artists and brings out the best in them, while at the same time adding just the right touch to the production or song to make it a lasting global hit,” added Jorge Mejia, Sony Music Publishing president & CEO, Latin America and U.S. Latin. “As an artist, he continues to rack up success after success. We are truly honored to have Tainy be part of our family and can’t wait to see what’s next in his stellar career.”

Currently, Tainy is working on Myke Towers’ upcoming record, according to SMP.

Ricky Martin Offers Sneak Peek at New Music Video

Ricky Martin is offering a sneak peek at his latest music video…

After a busy weekend shooting the music video for his upcoming new single, the 50-year-old Puerto Rican singer, songwriter and actor has given fans a sneak peek to the clip via social media, along with a behind-the-scenes photo of him in action.

Ricky Martin“In this photo, a little tease of what the video of my next single is going feel like,” Martin wrote in the post. “It was a really long day, but everything flows amazingly well when surrounded by the right group of people. Nothing but love and light throughout the day. et, which is the second part to his Latin Grammy-winning EP Pausa. “I’ve created two separate albums. Pausa is more chill and relaxed,”

Martin told Billboard back in 2020 when he released the first part of his project. “The second one called Play has more upbeat music.”

Besides working on new music, Martin is busy with television projects as well. He will be the male lead in Mrs. American Pie, a new Apple TV+ comedy series. The cast will also include Kristen Wiig, Alison Janney and Laura Dern, who is executive producing the show.

Set to play Robert in the 10-episode series based on the novel by Juliet McDanielMrs. American Pie is Martin’s first television project since Ryan Murphy’s drama The Assassination of Gianni Versace on FX, in which he played Antonio D’Amico.