Vida is American Drama TV series. Created by Tanya Saracho. Produced by Big Beach TV. Stars: Melissa Barrera, Mishel Prada, Ser Anzoategui. It first aired on May 06, 2018, on Starz Play. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.1 *. Won the Audience Award. Vida is set in USA.
How Many Seasons In Vida: 2 (16 episodes)
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Season premieres on May 23, 2019
Starz Play, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on May 6, 2018
Finale: June 10, 2018
Starz Play, 6 episodes
Vida is on Starz Play (United States) Thursdays at 6 pm
S2E3 () - Air Date: May 23, 2019 (2 months ago)
'Vida', 'Mayans MC' and 'Charmed' Reboot Lead Hispanic Takeover of Mainstream Television - according to Etonline
"We're allowing some of our characters to be ugly if they have to be, and complex," Saracho continued. "A lot of the time, because we don't have many Latinx scenarios on the landscape, not just in television or film and other media, we haven't gotten the chance to tell our story from our point of view."
'Vida' Season 2 in the eyes of Latinas - by Gulfnews
Still, Vida falls short of moving past the standard filming locations of Evergreen Cemetery, Mariachi Plaza and 1st Street. Large chunks of the show were shot in Pico-Union, and there are reasons for that.
'Warriors of Liberty City': 2 Live Crew's Luther Campbell Coaches Up Next Wave of NFL Talent (Video) - according to Sfgate
Despite its small stature and dangerous nature, Miami’s Liberty City continues to churn out NFL talent — that’s at least partially due to the football program pioneered by 2 Live Crew’s Luther Campbell. It’s also the subject of the upcoming Starz docuseries, “Warriors of Liberty City,” which hails from executive producers LeBron James and Maverick Carter.
Following #OneVidaAtATime Campaign, Series Stand Against Border Separation - per Variety
The chorus of voices from the entertainment industry demanding an end to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy and the separation of children from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border continues to grow. On Tuesday, the showrunners of Netflix’s “One Day at a Time” and Starz’s “Vida” — both series centered on the lives […]