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In third, final season, Starz's 'Vida' nails Latinx identity, complexity


After carefully crafting what she calls “the most epic" opening showcasing queer intimacy, “Vida” creator Tanya Saracho has been anxiously waiting for the Starz show’s third and final season to premiere Sunday night.

By using the song “Macorina” by the legendary Mexican singer Chavela Vargas to open the first episode, Saracho said she sought to bring to life a “beautiful frolic between two people who are truly falling in love." “That song is historically the lesbian anthem of Latin America.

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