Fame Flynet There's a new man in Eva Longoria's life and he's tall (well, taller than her), handsome, ultra successful, and has something on all of the star's most recent exes. And he's president of Televisa, the largest media company in Latin America.
He is also older than the star by 6 years (she's 38, he's 44), which is perhaps a first for her. Her ex Eduardo Cruz is only 27, and her last boyfriend...
The animated television series of the same name first aired in 1984, the same year Hallmark licensed Rainbow Brite to Mattel for a range of dolls and other merchandise.
A theatrical feature-length film, Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, was released by Warner Bros. The franchise was rebooted in 1996, 2003, 2009, and then again in 2014 through Hallmark's online on-demand streaming video service, Feeln.
Glissmeyer and Drake continued with creative input, working with DIC on the animation development. Hallmark writer, Mary Loberg, and freelance television writer, Woody Kling, worked with DIC in creating TV storylines for the series, which provided DIC the framework to produce the animation episodes.
Kling only worked on three episodes and did not create the Rainbow Brite character or brand as some people believe.
In Gen 1 continuity, and most of the franchise's backstory, a young girl named Wisp is brought to a gray, desolate land with the mission to bring color to this fictional world by locating the Sphere of Light.Along the way, she befriends a furry creature (called a sprite) named Twink, a magnificent horse named Starlite and finds a mysterious baby who turns out to be the key to her mission.With the help of her new friends, Wisp locates the legendary Color Belt and rescues the seven Color Kids, who had been trapped by the King of Shadows.The episodes became part of DIC's weekly syndicated Kideo TV block of programming and were rerun in 1987.All were published on VHS videotapes in the United States and other countries, along with two live-action programs.