The second season finale of "Señora Acero" ranked as the number one broadcast program, regardless of language, at 10p among Adults 18-49 and 18-34.
"Yesterday, I found out I was pregnant...actually, in the same day they told me I had cancer and then I didn't, I was pregnant," says <strong>Blanca Soto</strong>, a Telenovela star of her character Camila Nájera de Negrete on "El Talismán" (aka: The Talisman). If that plot twist sounds familiar to you, it's because that's generally the storyline twists and turns we've come to expect on American daytime soap operas. The only difference is more viewers are tuning into Telenovelas on networks such as Univision and Telemundo than they are on ABC, CBS, or NBC, who are consistently losing viewers in record numbers. In a new report by ABC News, "Nightline" reporter <strong>Matt Gutman</strong> explores how telenovelas are thriving while American soaps are struggling to survive.