This is a blog post that talks about 12 Netflix shows for boys with Latin names. It goes in depth into what makes these shows great and why you should watch them.
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Ending Sentence of Content- First paragraph: This is because these movies and TV series are entertaining, full of action, suspenseful or dramatic conflicts that make good boy’s entertainment. Any show on this list will be sure to keep your child entertained as they learn about different cultures from around the world.
Second Paragraph: A few notable titles include Narcos (on a Colombian drug lord), Nailed It! (a parody cooking competition show) and Vice Principals (about two overworked vice principals). All three have
Narcos is a show about Pablo Escobar, the Colombian drug lord. This show follows his life and how he rose to power in Colombia’s cocaine trade of the 1980s. It was great for me because I’ve always liked learning more about the history of drugs around the world and it also had some dramatic parts that really made you feel what these people were going through on an emotional level.
In this Netflix original series, we follow Emilia Urquiza as she becomes Mexico’s first female president only to find out her victory came at a high price. She has no other choice than to fight back against corruption with all means necessary or
“I know it can be hard to find shows that are engaging for young boys, but these 12 Netflix Shows on Latin Names should help you out.”
12. The Adventures of Puss in Boots (October 16)
11. Narcos: Season Two (September 29)
14. Grace and Frankie: Season Three (December 25) 13. Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park — Europe (March 30) 15. Longmire: Final Season-Part One(August 23)..
16. Peaky Blinders, Series Three: Part Two (November)
17. Fuller House, Season One-Part II (February 26) 18. Narcos; Season Three (September 15) 19. The Night Of, Series One-Part I and II(August 20 & September 27),
20. Longmire: Final Season-Part Two(April 25).
s they find their voice in the pageant world while balancing school and family.”
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“Europe (March 30)” “15 Longmire: Final Season-Part One(August 23).. 16 Peaky Blinders, Series Three: Part Two (November) 17 Fuller House, Season One-Part II (February 26)”, 18 Narcos; Season Three (September 15), 19 The Night Of, Series One-Part I and II(August 20 & September 27).” “20 Longmire: Final Season-Part Two(April 25).”.
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The Night Of .. – The TV show is based on British journalist Nazir Afzal’s book ‘Night Out,’ which tells his experiences as London Metropolitan Police Service Chief Crown Prosecutor during the infamous Rochdale Scandal and how he dealt with it in spite of opposition from within government institutions.” “Narcos; Season Three-” “Season three will see Escobar hunting down all those who betrayed him while also battling the DEA and other rivals who want what he has.”
The Night Of .. – The TV show is based on British journalist Nazir Afzal’s book ‘Night Out,’ which tells his experiences as London Metropolitan Police Service Chief Crown Prosecutor during the infamous Rochdale Scandal and how he dealt with it in spite of opposition from within government institutions. Narcos; Season Three- Season three will see Escobar hunting down all those who betrayed him while also battling the DEA and other rivals who want what he has.
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A Series of Unfortunate Events-” “Beware, unfortunate ones!” Every Darker said in unison, and they all shook their heads at the orphans.
I’m A Criminal- This is a story about an ex-con who was once on top of his game, now living in poverty due to being released from prison with nothing but the clothes on his back. He tries to keep it together for his family and friends while building up what he lost left him shattered by life’s events. The show follows the struggles that people face when they’re trying to change or break free of society’s expectations.” Â In progress writing
The Get Down-” “The Bronx in 1977: a time when disco ruled king, heroin flowed seamlessly into New York City’s vast jazz clubs, block parties were held outdoors every weekend, and the only color you saw was in people’s clothes.
The Get Down is a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco— told through the lives and music of a ragtag crew of South Bronx teenagers.” Â*In progress writing* \*/
Ingobernable-” Emilia Urquiza has just become Mexico’s first female president when she’s suddenly faced with domestic terrorism. With her husband having taken up residence in Canada after his mysterious resignation from office, America seems strangely determined to undermine her presidency with drug-cartel violence on Mexican soil while also undermining her trust by pushing for their own handpicked candidate as an interim president. Emilia is determined to find out who’s behind the coup d’état and defend her country from an enemy she knows nothing about.”
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Brazilian Western- ” Alongside a shady politician, they’re tasked with securing gold that has been inside a mine since its closure many years ago. In order to make their way in through force of violence, you’ll learn how to use dynamite like The Duke himself – blowing up obstacles as well as enemies! And if brute strength isn’t enough for you? You can always bring along one of your hired guns!” Â In progress writing”
The Little Prince- ” An animated – One Day At A Time: This Netflix original is about a Cuban family living in Los Angeles. The show stars Justina Machado and features Rita Moreno as the grandmother Lydia. It’s an excellent way to learn more about Latino culture and will make you laugh out loud even when it tackles tough subjects like addiction or depression. El Negocio: El negocio (“The Business”) follows two cousins, one from Mexico City (played by Javier Cámara) who has been running his father’s business for years, and another cousin who just got deported back to Colombia after working the Mexican border for ten years (played by Guillermo Francella). They have very different visions of how to