Turns out, there’s a lot to learn from “Spy Kids: Armageddon,” the latest installment in Robert Rodriguez’s beloved franchise.
Growing up, my cousins and I devoured “The Summer I Turned Pretty” book series and now the show has us debating Belly’s choices again.
“When we get hit, we get stronger.” This single line from “Blue Beetle” encompasses an entire culture, celebrating Latinos’ grit.
I never saw my particularly-fraught relationship with my Colombian immigrant mom represented, until I stumbled on “Never Have I Ever.”
Chanel Cleeton’s “Next Year in Havana” is about two Cuban women from the same family facing challenges and changes in uncertain times.
In “West Side Love Story,” best-selling author Priscilla Oliveras gives us a love letter to her Puerto Rican-Mexican heritage.
In her recently released “¡Ándale, Prieta!,” Mexican-American author Yasmín Ramírez shares a moving ode to her childhood in El Paso, Texas, growing up a “prieta.” This debut memoir is a love letter to Yasmín’s family, her grandmother, and to women everywhere who have felt silenced, pained, or alone.
Following a super mezclado family, ‘The Garcias’ features a beautiful blend of interests, cultures, businesses, and ages.
In Queer Eye’s season six, we meet Angel Flores, a Latinx trans woman who is discovering who she is and trying to mend her relationship with her father.
Diving into Latinx family dynamics, this show explores how our relationship with family influences our relationships outside of that loyal bubble.