Los Espookys: Season 1 (2019)

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Los Espookys

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Igualmente hilarante y horripilante, Los Espookys is an espooky good time.

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Critic Ratings: 28

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User Ratings: 85

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Air date: Jun 14, 2019

Having successfully delivered an elaborate horror motif to his sister's 15th birthday party, laid-back Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) enlists his three best friends - Andrés (Julio Torres), Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) and Tati (Ana Fabrega) - to create a business based on conjuring thrills and chills for a variety of clients. After a meeting with Father Francesco (Luis Gnecco), the group agrees to orchestrate a staged exorcism that will elevate Francesco above the hot new priest who's usurped the spotlight. To ensure maximum promotion, the team enlists the help of Renaldo's uncle, Tico (Fred Armisen), a legendary LA parking valet. Basking in the media afterglow, the group entertains a new offer and decides on a name for their enterprise: Los Espookys.

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Air date: Jun 21, 2019

A Mysterious Woman (Tatiana Molina) enlists Los Espookys to frighten five people vying to win a millionaire's fortune by staying through the night at his "haunted" mansion. Tasked with ensuring the man's son doesn't win the loot, Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco)

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Air date: Jun 28, 2019

After a longtime tourist attraction is compromised, the mayor of a seaside town is approached by Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) to create another. Disappointed after meeting her chat-room boyfriend, Tati (Ana Fabrega) decides to follow Beatriz's (Giannina Fruttero) advice and be her own boss. Tico (Fred Armisen) eyes a fortuitous partnership after running into Renaldo's favorite director in LA. Juan Carlos (José Pablo Minor) makes Andrés (Julio Torres) an offer he can refuse.

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Air date: Jul 5, 2019

Los Espookys agree to help U.S. ambassador Gibbons (Greta Titelman) fake her own abduction in exchange for the visas they need to work with legendary director Bianca Nova (Carol Kane). Staring down a payment deadline, Tati (Ana Fabrega) and Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) struggle to make their Hierbalite sales target. Andrés' (Julio Torres) parents force him into a corner as he continues to ponder his past and his future. In L.A., Bianca turns to Tico (Fred Armisen) to help her write her latest horror film.

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Air date: Jul 12, 2019

Los Espookys take on a new gig with a high-maintenance researcher who tasks them with creating alien lab subjects for her government presentation. Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) and Tati (Ana Fabrega) get a threatening visit from Hierbalite CEO Mark Stevens (John Early). Tico (Fred Armisen) tries to reassure Bianca (Carol Kane) while Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco), Úrsula and Andrés (Julio Torres) have differing opinions on her latest screenplay.

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Air date: Jul 19, 2019

With Renaldo (Bernardo Velasco) in L.A., Andrés (Julio Torres) and Úrsula (Cassandra Ciangherotti) are left to plan a fake dream to help a doctor's insomnia patient fall asleep. Renaldo's skills as a makeup artist are put to the test on Bianca's (Carol Kane) film set. As his wedding day approaches, Andrés discovers the answers to his mysterious parentage, and Tati (Ana Fabrega) stumbles into a solution to her debt problem.

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Cast & Crew

Júlio Torres
Andrés
José Pablo Minor
Juan Carlos
Carol Kane
Bianca Nova
Luis Gnecco
Father Francesco
John Early
Mark Stevens
Giannina Fruttero
Beatriz
Tatiana Molina
Mysterious Woman
Greta Titelman
U.S. Ambassador Gibbons
Lorne Michaels
Executive Producer
Fred Armisen
Executive Producer
Andrew Singer
Executive Producer
Ana Fabrega
Co-Executive Producer
Júlio Torres
Co-Executive Producer
Alice Mathias
Co-Executive Producer
Nate Young
Co-Executive Producer
Fernando Frias
Director
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Critic Reviews for Los Espookys Season 1

Audience Reviews for Los Espookys: Season 1

  • Jan 30, 2021
    Portlandia as telenovela, a charismatic cast with great comedy timing influenced by sideline ringleader Fred Armisen`s deadpan zaniness. Irresistible.
  • Nov 25, 2019
    Quirky without being annoying, the innocent joy of the characters and the sense that they would actually all hang out together in real life is massively appealing. The surreal touches that come and go just make it even more fun.
  • Sep 27, 2019
    The concept was intriguing but ends up being just boring. It is very clear you cannot trust the critic tomatometer score anymore.
  • Sep 19, 2019
    Hilarious spoof on paranormal ghost hunting team.
  • Sep 14, 2019
    An almost perfect tv show. Humourous, fantastical, surreal and good-hearted. Overflowing with talent as well.
  • Sep 14, 2019
    Incredibly original!
  • Aug 20, 2019
    Started strong with like-able characters. But rushed the ending with nonsense. I'd still recommend this due to short episode and season run time. It doesn't feel like a total waste of time.
  • Aug 07, 2019
    The funniest, smartest, and silliest light-hearted show I've seen in years. Great writing, special effects, and acting.
  • Jul 31, 2019
    Pleasantly cute. However, the subtitles, though appropriate, were more distracting than necessary. I know, I know. I'm supposed to find the subtitles to be "cool." But, I'm old. And, I didn't.
  • Jul 30, 2019
    It's mediocre at best. In the short season there is a little character development but the plots and laughs fall short for the most part. I certainly wouldn't call it bad but I can't help but chuckle to see the glowing reviews over it. Sign of times, I suppose. Had this come out in 2002, most people wouldn't give it a second look. In 2019, however, it's all "OMG LOL 2 KEWL N FUNNY." I hope it comes back for a second season but if you're reading these reviews and fall under the impression that it's some genius comedy you're going to be sorely disappointed. I happen to love horror and comedy both, this is just a little too disjointed and underdeveloped for my tastes. And that's understandable given how short the episodes are and how short the season is. Just don't expect too much...the reviews on here are horribly skewed.

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