Desiree Deluca Lands 2 Mainstream TV Shows

NEW YORK —  Performer  Desiree Deluca announced that she will appear on two mainstream TV shows — "Same Girl" and "Dirty Deal," both written and produced Garry Evans of Garry & Geary Films.

Both shows are set to air over the summer and fall months. The first show's plot revolves around two brothers and three friends caught up in a love triangle. Deluca plays one of the three girlfriends named Candace. The air dates have not been confirmed, but are set for this fall. The first three episodes can be viewed on YouTube as a web series.

“Dirty Deal” is about a Cuban drug lord who takes over the city and it’s up to the agents of The Deep to take him down. Deluca plays a bad girl (also named Candace), who sets up the drug dealer kingpin. The one-hour season premiere is this month on EMN TV app (available in both in the Google Playstore and Apple Store) and on demand on Roku TV, in addition to it being aired on Dish Network in August.

“The reality show that I shot earlier this year is still up in the air, but both of these TV shows are set to air over the summer and fall, and I’m so excited,” Deluca said. “I want to do more mainstream projects so I can really show my acting skills.”