Latinx Heritage Month is from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, but Hulu has already gotten a head start with these streaming gems.
The app curated an entire hub of films and television series with Hispanic and Latinx leads. Just locate the “Hub” tab and click on “Hispanic & Latinx Stories” to experience a variety of diaspora storytellers from the U.S. along with imports from around the world. Here are four of In The Know‘s favorites.
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1. Ingrid Goes West
This black dramedy stars Aubrey Plaza as a mentally unstable woman who moves to California to manipulate an influencer into befriending her. If dark humor and critiques of fandom culture are your thing, then, well, this is your thing.
2. Los Espookys
This bilingual Spanish and English comedy is technically an HBO original, but it’s worth the add-on. Created by and starring Salvadoran comedian and former SNL writer Julio Torres, the series follows a group of friends who run a fraudulent supernatural business in an unnamed Latin American country.
3. Ugly Betty
4. Mayans M.C.
You don’t need to be a Sons of Anarchy fan to watch this spin-off. Starting almost three years after Sons of Anarchy ended, the series follows E.Z. Reyes, the gifted son of a Mexican American family, as he solves the mystery of his mother’s death while getting a little revenge along the way.
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