By HOPE YEN and ILEANA MORALES - Associated Press Shares
"When there is a Mexican soap opera that is really juicy, my wife and her mother are so focused on watching you can't talk to them," Ramirez, 52, of Frisco, Texas, said with a chuckle. "It's a chance for my young daughters to watch and learn since they don't get to speak Spanish in school."
"From what I see most of the time on English TV, it's always about Hispanics and immigration, and how we're all here illegally presumably," he said. "Spanish TV has more interviews with Hispanic people in terms of what's going on."