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Americanos a Five-Part Series Seeks to Show Another Face of Latinx Culture in the United States

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“Americanos,” a five-part original series premiering in GoUSA TV, will chronicle the diverse stories of Latinx communities across Austin, Texas; Los Angeles, California; Queens, New York; Tucson, Arizona; and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Developed and produced by La Reyna, an agency born from VICE and focused on entertainment for the Latino community, and in collaboration with award-winning director Robert Rodriguez (Sin City, From Dusk Till Dawn, El Mariachi,) “Americanos” seeks to show another side of Latinx life in the United States.

Each episode “introduces viewers to the cities, neighborhoods, and people behind the vibrant Latinx subcultures that make these towns one of a kind places to explore,” LaTV explained.

Following influential personalities in the community –among artists, chefs, musicians, athletes, and creators like producer Daniel Ramirez and Mariana Blanco– “Americanos” has been created by and for Latinx.

“We are proud of bringing to life a series for Brand USA that redefines destination travel content through a storytelling lens. ‘Americanos’ speaks to the diversity of experience in our country, celebrates Latinx contributions to culture, and welcomes viewers to see the world through their eyes,” said Omar Quiñones, managing director of La Reyna.

“‘Americanos’ marks a fresh take on destination travel content by celebrating the Latinx communities that define the culture of their cities. We want to give our viewers and potential travelers cultural insight from the many voices of people in America and bring new and exciting cinematic content to the travel marketplace,” said Christopher L. Thompson, president and chief executive officer of Brand USA.

All five episodes will premiere on May 14, 2020 on GoUSA TV and will be available in English with Spanish subtitles at a later date.

With information from PR Newswire.

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