As we continue to do our part by staying safer at home, TV can provide a great escape and window to a different world. If you're looking for new suggestions for your Netflix & Chill nights, I've got you covered. Here's a list of Mexican movies and series on Netflix that I've curated just for you.
In this dark comedy, a wealthy matriarch tries to maintain her family's facade of perfection after her husband's mistress exposes their dirty secrets.
Four girlfriends on a weekend road trip end up on a journey of self-discovery.
When the patriarch of a prominent family dies, his heirs battle to determine who will gain control of his beloved soccer team: The Cuervos of Nuevo Toledo.
In 1994, Mexican presidential candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio's assassination sends his dying widow racing to uncover who did it. Based on true events.
Many of the most popular taco styles have long and rich, but little-known, histories; this docuseries explores some of them in this eye-opening, mouthwatering food adventure.
A high-stakes, multi-generational family saga about a tequila-born Mexican business empire and the battle that ensues when a member of the family decides to fight the dirty system her family helped create.
This series dramatizes the life story of Mexican superstar singer Luis Miguel, who has captivated audiences in Latin America and beyond for decades.
Oscar winner Alfonso Cuarón delivers a vivid, emotional portrait of a domestic worker's journey set against domestic and political turmoil in 1970s Mexico.
Director Alfonso Cuarón reflects on the childhood memories, period details and creative choices that shaped his Academy Award-winning film "ROMA."
They were the Queens of the Night in Mexico in the 1970's and 1980's. The names of the great vedettes illuminated the streets of Mexico City from the canopies of the big nightclubs, cabarets and theaters. But time passed. Nightlife changed in Mexico. New types of entertainment replaced them and the vedettes seemed to have been forgotten. Today, more than forty years of its splendor in the country's nightlife, Beauties of the Night explores the lives of five of the top vedettes of the golden years: Olga Breeskin, Lyn May, Rossy Mendoza, Wanda Seux and Princesa Yamal.
Lorena Ramírez of Mexico's Rarámuri community lives a pastoral life -- except when she straps on her sandals to compete as an ultramarathon runner.
After the man she thought she'd marry breaks up with her, Ana joins a class for single women who are in search of a husband.
A Tale of Two Kitchens is a short documentary film that explores how Mexico City restaurant owner Gabriela Cámara opens sister eatery Cala in San Francisco, with a similar menu and, most importantly, a similar employee culture.
After accepting a colossal bribe, a powerful TV conglomerate gins up fake news stories to enhance the image of a notoriously corrupt politician.
A surreal, gaudy satire with unsettling elements of horror, grief and paranoia that follows the stories of two haunted family men: Andres, a cleaning man working in a luxury resort; and Pedro, who happens to spend a week-long holiday in that same luxury resort with his wife and son.
How would you feel if you had no more than three minutes to hug your parents, nieces, and nephew of grandparents after more than a decade apart? This documentary captures the joy and heartbreak of families separated by the U.S.-Mexico border sharing a short but bittersweet reunion in 2018.
Veronica is a 2017 Mexican psychological thriller about a reclusive psychologist agrees to treat a patient -- whose therapist is missing -- at her remote cabin, where the women test each other's boundaries.
A drama about a friendship between a man suffering from insomnia, an aspiring photographer and a woman who is not sure about her pregnancy. They meet every night in a mini-mart.
A mother and young son escape into their own imaginations to ignore the reality of their lives in rural Mexico.
After a devastating earthquake hits Mexico City, trapped survivors from all walks of life wait to be rescued while trying desperately to stay alive. Based on true events about the earthquake of Mexico in 1985 who claimed the lives of more than 40.000 people.
In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.