Today is the release of The Garcias on HBO Max. This is a groundbreaking reboot of the Brothers Garcia. It ran from July of 2000 to August of 2004 on Nickelodeon. What made it unique, is that it was the first English-language sitcom to have an all Latino cast and creative team. Now the brothers Garcia are back in this all-new series that finds the family in Mexico.
In The Garcias we will see many returning characters as well as many new ones. They gathered at their summer home in Mexico. Despite their family being spread across the country with many different jobs, they have slowly managed to slowly come together. Bringing together multi-generations of Garcias under one roof. As well as spouses that may be of different ethnicities and upbringings. All of this is a recipe for confrontations and adventures that are chronicled in The Garcias.
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With the release of The Garcias, LRM Online‘s Emmanuel Gome spoke with Bobby Gonzalez and Nitzia Chama. Gonzalez is reprising his role as George Garcia. While Chama is joining the series as his wife, Ana Garcia. They tell us about what we can expect from a big house that continues to feel smaller and smaller as more family arrives. Gonzalez also shares his thoughts on the return of the Garcias to television. As well as the importance of representation. You can check it out down below!
Here is the synopsis for HBO Max’s The Garcias
The Garcias chronicles an American family based in San Antonio, TX, who are gathered for a summer vacation in their fancy beach house in Mexico. This is a groundbreaking reboot of The Brothers Garcia, which was the first English-language sitcom to have an all-Latino cast and creative team
The Garcias can be seen now exclusively on HBO Max