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Bad Bunny to Executive Produce TV Adaptation of YA Novel “They Both Die at the End”

Sofía Aguilar
Bad Bunny is already making 2023 his year in entertainment! Recently he’s made appearances in TV and film projects like Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico and Bullet Train, respectively. He also made headlines last year for his history-making moves in the film industry by...
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Best of 2022: 15 of the Best Latinx Shows That Aired This Year

Sofía Aguilar
Latinx representation in media has never been more important and 2022 was a year where many strides for the community were made on TV. But beyond representation, we loved seeing Latinx-led shows telling a variety of stories reinforcing the point...
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Gloria Calderón Kellett Has Four New Latinx Series in the Works for Amazon

Virginia Isaad
Latina powerhouse Gloria Calderón Kellett —  executive producer/co-showrunner and director of One Day at a Time — signed a deal with Amazon and the first series that’s set to launch is romantic comedy With Love. GloNation Studios has an additional three...
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Eva Longoria Set to Direct Comedy Series ‘The Gordita Chronicles’

Virginia Isaad
The comedy series The Gordita Chronicles was announced last year, loosely based on the life of show writer Claudia Forestieri, and now Eva Longoria is set to direct, Deadline reported. The show focuses on a Latina journalist who reminisces on...
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‘Vida’ Season 3 Episode 5 Recap: Bird By Bird

Priscilla Blossom
It’s Emma’s birthday in episode 5 of Vida—but y’all know she’s not about to actually let anyone know, much less throw herself a party. Instead, she’s facing a number of challenges. She’s trying to convince Eddy about taking Marcos on...
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Gabriel García Márquez’ ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ Is Coming to Netflix

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I’ll never forget the first time I read Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez’ One Hundred Years of Solitude for a Literature in Translation class. I didn’t appreciate the book enough at the time — magical realism wasn’t really my thing yet...