Selena Quintanilla’s legacy is alive and well in 2017. The late singer was honored with with Madame Tussaud wax figures in Hollywood and New York, as well as a Google Doodle in commemoration of the anniversary of her first studio album, Selena. On Nov. 3, she posthumously received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which the mayor of Los Angeles proclaimed “Selena Day” going forward. Now, the Reelz Channel will end the year with a look at the darker side of the beloved Tejano singer’s life story by focusing on her murderer, Yolanda Saldívar.
Murder Made Me Famous: Yolanda Saldívar — set to air on Dec. 9 — chronicles what motivated Saldívar, Quintanilla’s fan club’s president, to fatally shoot the Tex-Mex queen in 1995. Ahead of the documentary’s release, the network gave an exclusive sneak peek to Latina.com of two reenactments that appear on the film. The first