What is ‘Netflix for Latinos?’
On Wednesday, Netflix announced that it would stream an original series from Latino author and actor Daniel L. Zamora, “Puerto Rico,” and an animated series from “Punto de los Hombres.”
On Wednesday, “The Office” star James Woods said that Netflix will stream a new show called “Pompeo.”
“I think that it’s going to be interesting,” he said.
“We’re going to see what happens.”
Woods said he has been watching the new “Pomo” series, which is about a Puerto Rican politician in the 1990s who goes to prison after being caught in a drug deal gone wrong.
“I’m watching it on the phone,” Woods said.
“I don’t think there’s a Latino version of the show.
But there is a Puerto Rico version,” he added.”
Pompero” is the title of an animated TV series about a small Puerto Rican town in the U.S. state of Puerto Rico, and is produced by the BBC.
The series is written and directed by Jose Rodriguez.
Netflix is already airing the “Pugo” series.
The show was made by an original cast of three: James Woods, David Oyelowo, and Laura Dern.
Netflix’s announcement was met with a mix of excitement and criticism.
It’s important to note that Netflix is not a streaming company, and its only a TV series.
This shows how quickly it’s evolving, said Jodi Arias, executive director of Latino Media Matters.
“I understand Netflix is an important player in the Latino community, but this is a clear example of the ways that we’re trying to reach people,” she said.
But it is a step toward diversity in the streaming industry.
We’re hoping that this new ‘Pompompe’ series will show that Netflix can be a positive influence and that it will be able to show its own diversity,” Arias said.
This story was updated at 3:27 p.m. to include comment from Netflix.