The new hour-long dramatic series premieres Sept. 25 at 10 PM (ET/PT) and continues on Tuesday nights in the same timeslot.
Elizondo and Moreno are the head of the central Cuban-American family who run a successful rum and sugar business in Florida. Smits is the son-in-law, who is poised to take control of the Duque family company.
Nestor Carbonell, Polly Walker, Paola Turbay, Eddie Matos, Michael Trevino, Lina Esco, Alona Tal and Samuel Carman round out the cast.
Smits, known for his work on television in "L.A. Law" and "NYPD Blues," made his Broadway debut in Anna in the Tropics. He has been seen Off-Broadway in Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Nightand Hamlet as part of The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park series.
Moreno won a Tony Award for The Ritz, an Academy Award for "West Side Story," Emmy Awards for "The Muppet Show" and "The Rockford Files" and a Grammy for "The Electric Company" album. Among her numerous credits are the HBO series "Oz," the film "Casa de los Babys" and stage turns in The Last of the Red Hot Lovers and The Odd Couple. She recently starred at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in Master Class and The Glass Menagerie. Elizondo, known for his Emmy Award-winning turn on "Chicago Hope," has appeared on the Broadway stage in The Great White Hope, Prisoner of Second Avenue, The Dance of Death, Sly Fox and the 1992 revival of Arthur Miller's The Price. He has also been seen in the films "The Flamingo Kid," "Nothing in Common" and "Pretty Woman."
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