Selena: The Series - Season 1

Selena: The Series - Season 1

Selena: The Series - Season 1

Christian Serratos (The Walking Dead) is legendary Mexican-American Tejano singer Selena in this road-to-stardom series.

2020MexicoNetflix
DramaMusicTrue Story & Biography

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
4 December 2020

Daydream

Amid financial strife, Abraham Quintanilla prioritizes his 8-year-old daughter Selena's musical talent and has her start a band with her siblings.

EPISODE 1.2
4 December 2020

Dame Un Beso

Brother AB struggles to find Selena a song for a new single, while Abraham tries to convince a music executive to produce a record with the band.

EPISODE 1.3
4 December 2020

And the Winner is...

Selena is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year at the Tejano Music Awards. The band travels to Matamoros, Mexico, for an important performance.

EPISODE 1.4
4 December 2020

Opening Act

Selena y Los Dinos embark on a strenuous cross-country music tour, which puts strain on the singer's vocal cords, so the band searches for a solution.

EPISODE 1.5
4 December 2020

Dulce Amor

Abraham weighs two offers from major record labels. As Selena and her band garner more attention, a dashing new guitarist joins the family.

EPISODE 1.6
4 December 2020

My Love

While preparing the new album, the Quintanilla family clashes with the record label's decisions, especially when it comes to Selena's fashion style.

EPISODE 1.7
4 December 2020

Fideo

Sister Suzette becomes concerned when sparks fly between Selena and the new guitarist, Chris. Meanwhile, AB is under pressure to write new songs.

EPISODE 1.8
4 December 2020

Gold Rush

Selena celebrates her growing successes — including an album going gold — but fights to get an English album produced. Suzette meets someone new.

EPISODE 1.9
4 December 2020

Qué Creías

Selena feels conflicted about her secret relationship with Chris. Meanwhile, AB finds inspiration in a memory of a plastic flower and lost love.

Selena: The Series - Season 1 / Reviews

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Selena could sing. But she also had a voice. Too bad she's not given one here.

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Stiff dialogue, aimless plotting, flat characters and blah direction.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Contains a sense of uncomfortable voyeurism, a feeling of déjà vu-things that have been seen and experienced before, but now there is an air of repeated intrusion.

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Variety

Variety

The care and compassion that has been injected into the first half of this biographical, two-part TV series is evident from the very start...

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