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7 Hispanic Series to Binge-Watch on the Weekend

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Are you a streaming series enthusiast? Discover the best Hispanic series recommended for your weekend binge-watching.

It’s worth remembering that October 12 marks Spain’s National Day, a day filled with celebrations and entertainment.

For series and streaming enthusiasts, this day offers the perfect opportunity to immerse themselves in thrilling stories from Latin America.

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A good way to celebrate Hispanic Heritage could be a day filled with celebrations and entertainment.

For series and streaming enthusiasts, this day offers the perfect opportunity to immerse themselves in thrilling stories from Latin America.

Streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+ have a range of fictions in their catalog that promise to delight viewers throughout the weekend.

In honor of this holiday, here are some recommendations that highlight the richness and diversity of Latin American television production.

The Best Hispanic Series

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From intense dramas to hilarious comedies, these shows will transport viewers to different realities and cultures.

1. The first recommendation is «La Casa de las Flores» on Netflix, where the apparent perfection of a flower shop managed by a family hides a dark side.

This series has everything you need to hook the viewer: drama, love, heartbreak, intrigue, and even drag queens. Starring Verónica Castro and produced by Manolo Caro.

2. «Donde hubo Fuego» on Netflix, the protagonist decides to travel to Mexico City to investigate at a fire station, where it’s likely the murderer of his brother can be found.

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3. A recommendation from Amazon Prime Video is the Chilean series «La Jauría,» which focuses on Blanca Ibarra, a 17-year-old student and leader of a feminist movement.

The young woman disappears and hours later is raped by a group of men in an online video that goes viral on social media.

4. «¿Quién mató a Sara?» (Who Killed Sara?) – In this 10-episode series, you’ll be hooked from the beginning to discover who killed Sara, a young woman who died after falling from a paraglider into a lake.

Throughout the series, the darkest secrets you can imagine in a wealthy family will be revealed.

Mexican Hits on Netflix

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5. One of the favorite series on Netflix for Hispanic audiences is «Luis Miguel: La Serie,» which narrates the life of the famous Mexican singer, a legend of Latin music.

During its development, you can witness his musical beginnings and some mysteries to uncover, such as his nationality, his relationship with his father, among others.

6. Being a major hit, this list wouldn’t be complete without «Club de Cuervos,» where you can observe themes of machismo, corruption, and, above all, soccer.

Starring Luis Gerardo Méndez and Mariana Treviño, the conflict revolves around both brothers vying for control of a soccer club left to them by their father as an inheritance.

Adventure on Disney+

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7. Finally, we recommend a Disney+ series, «Siempre fui yo» (It Was Always Me). This series is about a young Mexican woman who embarks on an unexpected journey after her father’s death.

The young woman, played by actress Karol Sevilla, decides to travel to Cartagena to bid farewell at the funeral. But soon, she discovers hidden secrets behind his death.

Intrigued, she decides to participate in a nearby music contest, facing her stage fright, according to El Español.

On this musical journey, Lupe seeks her own voice and unravels the mysteries surrounding her father’s death.

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