The Roku Channel has officially announced the third season of its English-language Roku Original series “Thanks a Million,” titled “Un Millón de Gracias,” produced by Jennifer Lopez. The show premieres on August 11 on The Roku Channel in the U.S. and later in Mexico.
This 10-episode series, produced by B17 Entertainment and Nuyorican Productions, features Jennifer Lopez, Rhett Bachner, Brien Meagher, Aliyah Silverstein (for B17 Entertainment), and Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas, Larry Del Santo (for Nuyorican Productions) as executive producers, with Alex Davies serving as the showrunner.
Breaking new ground, this season is entirely shot in Spanish. It follows 10 grateful celebrities who each gift $100,000 to a community hero who inspired them. However, the recipient must then give half of the amount to someone they are grateful for, continuing the chain of kindness. The “pay-it-forward chain” includes Chiquis, Gina Torres, Jaime Camil, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández, Lauren Jauregui, Michael Peña, Michelle Rodriguez, Pau Gasol, Sofia Reyes, and Wilmer Valderrama.
About Un Millon de Gracias TV Show
In "Thanks a Million," a heartwarming reality television series, celebrities pay-it-forward by gifting $100,000 to community heroes who inspired them. Shot entirely in Spanish for the first time, this third season, titled "Un Millón de Gracias," features 10 episodes of heartfelt acts of kindness. Executive produced by Jennifer Lopez, the show follows the chain of gratitude, where recipients must pass on half of the gifted amount to someone they are grateful for, creating a ripple of generosity. Premiering on The Roku Channel, this emotional journey captures the essence of kindness and appreciation as celebrities like Chiquis, Gina Torres, Jaime Camil, Javier “Chicharito” Hernández, Lauren Jauregui, Michael Peña, Michelle Rodriguez, Pau Gasol, Sofia Reyes, and Wilmer Valderrama express their gratitude and inspire viewers along the way.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.