R&B singer Jennifer Lopez was in the house at the annual âupfrontâ presentations in New York this week to discuss “Como Ama una Mujer” â not her current Spanish language album, but a new five-part mini-series for Univision, which she executive produced. The mini-series is based on her CD, which has the same name, but inspired by real events, J.Lo told advertisers. It will track a woman’s love and happiness in the light of Hollywood, she added. When the idea came up for the mini-series, Lopez said she knew Univision would be the perfect venue — and she successfully pitched it. The mini-series will debut in a 10 p.m. time slot at an unspecified date during the new season. Lopez’s project was one of several spotlighted Wednesday by Univision during its upfront, when broadcasters sell up to 80 percent of next season’s commercial time in advance.
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