“Vida” uses growing issues around gentrification as a framework to compose a contemporary portrait of a multigenerational Latino neighborhood in Los Angeles through nuanced storylines around gender, cultural and spiritual identity — as well as class, race and sexual orientation.
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Season 3 is coming back as the Hernandez sisters, Emma (Mishel Prada) and Lyn (Melissa Barrera) continue riding on the heels of their bar's success and booming love lives — after grappling with the fallout from a family tragedy that pushed them to move back to the historically Mexican American neighborhood where they grew up.
Their thriving lives are then challenged by a long-buried family secret that could ruin their hard-won peace.
The sisters will find themselves face to face with old ghosts and new enemies, according to Starz, as they decide if they can continue together as a family or if they should move on with their own lives for good.
The new season is expected to build off its previous success, but this time with "unicorn concha ice cream sandwiches," "mariachi karaoke," "drunken lotería" and "queer-ceañeras," according to the new trailer.
"Vida" is also "certified fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes with a perfect score of 100 percent.