Late Tejano singer Selena as her dreams come true, and her family makes life-changing choices on the singer's journey to success.


Moisés Zamora
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Series cast summary:
Christian Serratos ...  Selena Quintanilla 9 episodes, 2020
Gabriel Chavarria ...  A.B. Quintanilla 9 episodes, 2020
Ricardo Chavira ...  Abraham Quintanilla 9 episodes, 2020
Noemi Gonzalez ...  Suzette Quintanilla 9 episodes, 2020
Seidy Lopez ...  Marcella Quintanilla 9 episodes, 2020
Hunter Reese Peña ...  Ricky Vela 8 episodes, 2020
Carlos Alfredo Jr. ...  Joe Ojeda 6 episodes, 2020
Julio Macias ...  Pete Astudillo 6 episodes, 2020
Gladys Bautista ...  Vangie 6 episodes, 2020
Jesse Posey ...  Chris Perez 5 episodes, 2020
Paul Rodriguez ...  Roger Garcia 5 episodes, 2020
Daniela Estrada Daniela Estrada ...  Young Suzette 4 episodes, 2020
Luis Bordonada ...  Johnny Canales 4 episodes, 2020
Madison Taylor Baez ...  Young Selena 4 episodes, 2020


Late Tejano singer Selena as her dreams come true, and her family makes life-changing choices on the singer's journey to success.

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Biography | Drama | Music


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The series comes 23 years after its original film, but it'll take a different perspective. See more »


Abraham, Selena's dad, was seen holding his old record album. In which had the year 2019 written in the top left corner of the album cover. See more »

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A deeper dive into Selena's story.
5 December 2020 | by SC10070805See all my reviews

As a fan of Selena as well as a fan of the original movie, I like the series overall. While I agree with some of the other reviews that the actress portraying Selena is not the greatest, I love the fact that they dove deeper into the background of the family and the band. I find it disrespectful that anyone can say the family is capitalizing off Selena's name when they had the greatest loss but also were the band from the beginning. I personally enjoyed seeing every step that the group and Selena had to take before making it.

The movie was phenomenal but they only showed few events (as they usually have time for in a 2 hour movie). This was a tight knit, loving family that struggled for years until they made it and I think the series, like the movie, captured that. Also, people complaining about how they don't focus on Selena as much, I get it. But as a fan, I personally liked watching how AB wrote and produced the music as well as the relationship between Suzette and Selena. I have to say that the standout performance for me was Ricardo Antonio Chavira who portrayed Selena's father Abraham.

While Selena should always be front and center, I enjoyed watching the family as well. I think it's important to remember that while Selena was an amazing artist and performer that died a horrible tragedy, that's not her whole story and certainly not the families. I am hoping for more depth and complexity to the characters in the second season as we draw closer to the inevitable tragic ending.

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4 December 2020 (USA) See more »

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