Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony looked amicable on Sunday after making their first television debut together, since announcing the end to their seven-year marriage.

The former couple reunited on ¡Q'Viva! The Chosen, where they travelled across Latin America together in search of dancers, singers, musicians and street performers.

The show that aired on Univision Sunday, aims to bring Latin America's best performers to Los Angeles, where they will perform in front of Lopez, Anthony and Jamie King. The winners will be selected to perform in a Latino talent show case in Las Vegas.

We're not judges, we're show producers and we're putting together a live show, Anthony told reporters during the recent Television Critics Assn. press tour. What makes it interesting is we're documenting the process. You don't win anything. You either get cast in the final show, or not.

The couple started filming the show in July, the month they announced their divorce, according to the Daily Mail. When asked about the experience of working with his ex, Anthony said, We're just meant to be in each other's lives on different levels.

This is a long story; it's not a short story. ... Marriage was just one chapter ... And kids are another. We've got each other for life, the 43-year old told the Daily Mail.

For Lopez, the show is about much more than discovering talent. I knew when I started this trip it from the beginning that it was going to be something special for me. Now I have kids. It's important to know more about yourself to be able to teach them more,' she said.

During Sunday's episode of the show, Lopez picked a group of capoeira dancers in Brazil, followed by a group of malambo dancers in Buenos Aires.

'I'm very impressed with this group,' she said in praise of the gaucho style of tap dancing.

Meanwhile, Anthony chose a group of singers from Puerto Rico and a dance troupe in Colombia.

The former couple are happy to make joint television appearances, according to TMZ who claim sources are saying there are signs of a possible reconciliation.

Here are some video highlights from the show: