Carlos Cuevas

Carlos Cuevas and Miki Esparbé in Smiley

Smiley, an LGBTQ+ positive series from Spain

Smiley is a light-hearted comedy about the romantic entanglements of a group of friends in Barcelona, Spain. The smiley face emoji plays a significant part in the storyline, hence the title. A full range of LGBTQ+ characters fill the series with plenty of positive queer vibes.

Alejandro Speitzer and Cecilia Suárez in Someone has to Die

Review: Someone Has to Die (Alguien tiene que morir)

Someone has to Die (Alguien tiene que morir) brings a mere 3 episode series from Spain. Set in Franco’s repressive era when homosexuality was a crime, the story looks into the tragedy surrounding a dysfunctional family. The series is on Netflix.

Carmen Maura, Clara Lago, Alexandra Jiménez, Carlos Cuevas, Paula Malia, and León Martínez in In Family I Trust (Gente que viene y bah)

Review: In Family I Trust (Gente que viene y bah)

In Family I Trust (Gente que viene y bah) comes from Spain. It’s a classic, true to the genre, romantic comedy. It’s currently streaming on Netflix.

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