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Couching a familiar story in an authentic, specific experience helps create transformative, groundbreaking television. And Vida delivers.
Vida deftly takes on themes of sexual identity in communities of color, assimilation, fraught sibling dynamics, discrimination and gentefication...
Despite the hardly surprising plotting, Vida excels as a series with a notably different look and feel.
It's a very good, very complicated story about people who keep doing things that are frustrating, that seem to take them either a step backward or a step sideways for no good reason.
Fine newcomer with excellent cast, and some universal themes.
Vida should never be lacking in things to say; it fires off socio-political commentary as fast as the quick-tempered Emma will come down on anyone who questions her heritage.
In many ways a road map into the real American mosaic of 2018 in all its messy, hurtful, complex and heartfelt glory.
Showrunner Tanya Saracho has truly created a unique television experience. She knows how to create meaningful and palpable conflict through ... interesting visual language.
Visually Vida is also an example of elegant grit. The visual style of the series films East L.A. in soft colors and beautifully framed compositions.
The critically-acclaimed drama has already proven its ability to stand out in its use of sex and nudity as poignant storytelling devices.
It's a beautifully poignant and specific portrait of an experience familiar to me but also different in a way that didn't seem possible mere years ago.
Audience Reviews for Vida: Season 1
3d agoOne of the best series I've seen! Every second in this show is perfect.
Jun 15, 2020I am hooked! What a great show. I am very much enjoying the story line, the actors and especially the authentic Latino lives they are portraying. Love to hear and see the Latino references and traditions. Writing is so creative. I had never heard the word "whitetina" and when one of the actors said she was functioning on "chingona" level. LOL. So funny. Keep it up.
Jun 10, 2020It was a great season but the season finale ended too abruptly. This show and it's fans deserve a better finale than we got. Starz should do something about it.
May 31, 2020A really great show about two sisters in downtown L.A. navigating family traumas, Chicano politics, and LGBT issues. Done with humor and flair. The leads are great.
Nov 03, 2019Excellent soundtrack, cast, and writing. Entertaining as hell. Watched the whole thing in 2 days.
Oct 24, 2019Why do people generaliza and say that this TV series represents Latinos. It does not represent Latin America. It represents Mexicans born in the United States. Complete different culture. It does not even represent Mexico. These people are American born who hold on to their roots as best as they can. Many of them don't even know how to speak prose Spanish. So please do not generalize and say that they representing Latinos. The life in Latin America is very different. Costa Rica, Brazil, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Brasil y Bolivia, Colombia, Chile y Ecuador, Uruguay, Paraguay, Venezuela, Guatemala y El Salvador, Costa Rica, Haití y Nicaragua, Honduras y Panamá, Norteamérica, México y Perú, Cuba
Jul 30, 2019Funny, sharp and whip smart. Great storytelling weaving universal themes unlike anything I've seen before on TV. Stellar ensemble acting. Mishel Prada and Melissa Barrera as the two sisters are knockouts. After two episodes I'm hooked!
Jun 10, 2019Extraordinary. I am blown away by how good this show is. Definitely in the top ten TV series of all time. The cast, the writing, the cinematography, and the directing--unbelievable. Do not miss this gem of a show!!
Jun 06, 2019incredible writing, stellar acting, great cinematography but too much gratuitous sex.
Aug 02, 2018Laaaaaaame. The only thing worse than the show is getting bombarded by adds For it in between decent stuff.