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Season one of this bilingual show debuts on Netflix on Friday, February 21, 2020.


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SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: February 21, 2020

Category: Comedy
Genres: Comedy


 


REVIEWS

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Gentefied

Season one of this bilingual show debuts on Netflix on Friday, February 21, 2020.


Access Method: Subscription

 

PLATFORMS SUPPORTED



SHOW INFO

Status: In Production

Premiere: February 21, 2020

Category: Comedy
Genres: Comedy



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REVIEWS

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*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

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SUMMARY

Based on the digital series of the same title, Gentefied centers on three cousins who band together to keep their Grandfather’s popular Boyle Heights taco shop in business as the neighborhood becomes more gentrified. Throughout the show’s first season the cousins confront their differences in their connections to their community, their heritage, and their commitment to the family business, all while navigating larger themes of gentrification and the marginalization of Latinx’s in America.

RELATED NEWS

 
When ‘Gentefied’ Straddles More Than One Culture, It Feels Real 
When ‘Gentefied’ Straddles More Than One Culture, It Feels Real 

I’m Mexican-American, and with that hyphen comes a pull between tradition and evolution. A new Netflix show nails this perfectly.

March 10, 2020  NY Times 
March 10, 2020  NY Times 
‘Gentefied’ Review: A Rent Is Too Damn High Party 
‘Gentefied’ Review: A Rent Is Too Damn High Party 

A vibrant Netflix comedy-drama celebrates a community being upscaled out of existence.

February 20, 2020  NY Times 
February 20, 2020  NY Times 
‘Gentefied’ Asks, Can a Show About Gentrification Be Funny? 
‘Gentefied’ Asks, Can a Show About Gentrification Be Funny? 

The bilingual new Netflix series tells the story of a Hispanic Los Angeles family whose livelihood is threatened. It also tells jokes.

February 20, 2020  NY Times 
February 20, 2020  NY Times 

SUMMARY

Based on the digital series of the same title, Gentefied centers on three cousins who band together to keep their Grandfather’s popular Boyle Heights taco shop in business as the neighborhood becomes more gentrified. Throughout the show’s first season the cousins confront their differences in their connections to their community, their heritage, and their commitment to the family business, all while navigating larger themes of gentrification and the marginalization of Latinx’s in America.

 

RELATED NEWS

 

 
When ‘Gentefied’ Straddles More Than One Culture, It Feels Real 
When ‘Gentefied’ Straddles More Than One Culture, It Feels Real 

I’m Mexican-American, and with that hyphen comes a pull between tradition and evolution. A new Netflix show nails this perfectly.

March 10, 2020  NY Times 
March 10, 2020  NY Times 
‘Gentefied’ Review: A Rent Is Too Damn High Party 
‘Gentefied’ Review: A Rent Is Too Damn High Party 

A vibrant Netflix comedy-drama celebrates a community being upscaled out of existence.

February 20, 2020  NY Times 
February 20, 2020  NY Times 
‘Gentefied’ Asks, Can a Show About Gentrification Be Funny? 
‘Gentefied’ Asks, Can a Show About Gentrification Be Funny? 

The bilingual new Netflix series tells the story of a Hispanic Los Angeles family whose livelihood is threatened. It also tells jokes.

February 20, 2020  NY Times 
February 20, 2020  NY Times 

This show page was last updated March 22, 2020 7:38 pm

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