Her show was unceremoniously canceled by the ABC Broadcasting Network and Cristela Alonzo was understandably upset about it. It didn't help matters any that she was forced to deal with trolls hurling insults at her on her Twitter feed. In a long and emotional blog post, the comedian laid bare how she felt about the lack of support her self-titled sitcom received from the network. Cristela also made it clear that despite harsh criticism, she felt it was important to tell stories based on her family and personal experiences. I thought it was important to show my family because there had never been one like that on TV before. A lot of the time, Latinos are shown as cholos/cholas that ride around in lowriders. I didn’t grow up that way but I always respected authentic stories that (as you’ll find in movies like Mi Vida Loca) showed that life because that lifestyle is someone’s reality. Our sincerest hope for the talented Ms. Alonzo is that she gets another chance to tell her story. We here at Robles and Rosado are eagerly awaiting Cristela's next project. Stay strong, mija!