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Fuse TV, a US network targeting Latino millennials, has announced a multi-platform expansion of its relationship with comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias.

fluffyThe partnership includes the addition of three new digital series, along with the renewal of Iglesias’ Fuse TV original. Renamed and with a new format for its third season, Fluffy’s Food Adventures is set to return to Fuse next summer. In advance of the premiere, three short-form series exclusive to Fuse’s growing digital and social platforms will begin roll out.

“We have big plans for Gabriel to expand his reach across platforms as we continue to grow our online and mobile presence,” said Michael Dugan, VP original content for Fuse Media. “Our audience couldn’t get enough of Fluffy for the first two seasons of his series, and in 2017, there will be more opportunities than ever for fans to connect with one of the most talented comedians around.”

Season two of the series reached 4.5 million total viewers with the season finale delivering the highest Hispanic audience composition (48.7 %) of any general entertainment programme during the week of 23 May 2016.

The third season of Fluffy’s Food Adventures will feature his eccentric tour mates and fellow comedians Martin Moreno, Rick Gutierrez, Alfred Robles and G Reilly.

In Fluffy Off The Menu, chefs teach Fluffy how to cook an item off their menu, including iconic dishes from different US cities.