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Vida is American Drama TV series. Created by Tanya Saracho. Produced by Big Beach TV. Stars: Melissa Barrera, Mishel Prada, Ser Anzoategui. It premiered on May 06, 2018, on Starz. The series has 7.0 * rating by IMDb. Won the Audience Award.


How Many Seasons In Vida: 1 (6 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on May 6, 2018

Finale: June 10, 2018

Starz, 6 episodes

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Vida is on Starz (United States) Sundays at 8 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 6 (Episode 6) - Air Date: Jun 10, 2018 (10 months ago)

News & Interviews

'Vida', 'Mayans MC' and 'Charmed' Reboot Lead Hispanic Takeover of Mainstream Television - via 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."

When will Vida Season 2 premiere on STARZ? - via Hiddenremote

'Vida' Season 2 in the eyes of Latinas - via Gulfnews

'Vida' Season 2: Get Ready For Hot Bartenders, Sister Fights And More - via Decider

Latina Cinematographer Carmen Cabana Returns on Vida - via Lawndalenews

'Warriors of Liberty City': 2 Live Crew's Luther Campbell Coaches Up Next Wave of NFL Talent (Video) - via 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.

As 'Vida' is renewed for a second season, two Latina writers debate what it does well and what it could do better - via Latimes

Portrait Of: Tanya Saracho Gives Us 'Vida' - via Latinousa

Following #OneVidaAtATime Campaign, Series Stand Against Border Separation - via Variety

Lionsgate Donates To 'Vida' & 'One Day At A Time's Plea To Stop Family Separation - via Deadline

No word yet if the Reed Hastings-run Netflix is also putting its money on the donation table for One Day at a Time and its other series backing the campaign. The streamer’s Dear White People has very publicly joined the effort, as has NBC’s Midnight, Texas:

Starz's New Show "Vida" Is For Latinos By Latinos - Cheddar - via Cheddar

Profile: Melissa Barrera of 'Vida' - The Cut - via Thecut

'Vida' Review: A Strong Hispanic Cast Quickly Brings This Bold Starz Series to Life - IndieWire - via Indiewire

'Vida': Roberta Colindrez Cast As Series Regular In Season 2 - Deadline - via Deadline

'Vida' Showrunner Tanya Saracho Inks Overall Deal With Starz - Deadline - via Deadline


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