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First Official Frida Kahlo Series Set to Start Production this Year with Latinx Team at the Helm

Shayne Rodriguez Thompson
The first ever official Frida Kahlo television series is in the works and production may start as soon as later this year with a Latinx team working on the project, Deadline reported. The TV series which is being developed by...
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‘Party of Five’ Episode Ten Recap:  We Need More Time with the Acostas

Cristina Escobar
There are real human costs to America’s immigration policy. Freeform’s Party of Five explored those consequences deftly as it followed the five Acosta children after their parents were deported. The first season ends with the heartbreaking tenth episode that found...
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5 New Latinx Series You Need to Start Watching

Virginia Isaad
https://www.facebook.com/TheCasagrandes/photos/a.136416507740311/145121360203159/?type=3&theater Latinx representation on TV is still lacking but this year there are some new series to help fill that gaping void. When Netflix canceled its original series One Day at a Time, centered around a Cuban family in Los...
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‘Pose’ Season 2 Episode 4 Recap: Never Knew Love Like This Before

Priscilla Blossom
The transgender community has faced a predominantly higher rate of violence and violent death for decades. Even now, in 2019, you can find numerous headlines and statistics that point to this epidemic faced by trans people of color. Till now,...
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‘Vida’ Season 2 Episode 7 Recap: Tackles Machismo, Colorism, and All The Hypocrisy

Priscilla Blossom
In one of the best episodes of Season 2 of Vida, we tackle everything from machismo (and the hypocrisy of men’s opinions of how women use their bodies), to colorism within the Latinx community, housing insecurity, and (as usual) battling...