De Brutas, Nada, which roughly translates to Not At All Dumb, is the show to watch during quarantine. Or, maybe just the show to watch now, in general.
The series, which is a little Sex and the City, a little Friends and a little New Girl – but in Spanish, premiered yesterday on Spanish language premium streaming service, Pantaya. You can stream Pantaya exclusively in the U.S. and Puerto Rico by downloading the app on your mobile phone or at their website here.
Now, some people might look at the Spanish and say, eh, I don’t want to read subtitles. To those I have to say …you watched Elite. And Turkish soap operas. And k-dramas. So what’s your excuse now?
Others might think the show has nothing to say to them. And yet, if you ask me, the whole point of the show is that… we really aren’t that different. And that is a fine reminder on this crazy 2020.
We had a chance to talk to De Brutas, Nada star Tessa Ía about how this show is trying to win over the English-speaking market, what it means to bring latinx culture to the US, and how, in the end, there are many experiences that are universal. Check out our interview below!
De Brutas, Nada – is a premium series based in contemporary Mexico City about a group of six sophisticated close friends that navigate through every life experience imaginable together: love, lies, heartbreak, marriage, divorce, kids, career, job loss, fights, break-ups, and unbreakable friendships. This modern-day series features a refreshing cast that will make you both laugh, cry, and relate.
De Brutas, Nada premiered on Pantaya on September 24, 2020 and will be available to binge in full on October 8, 2020.