Cinelatino was launched on October 12, 1993, in Mexico, and with its progressive expansion, it has become a reference for contemporary Spanish films, with an extensive library that includes blockbusters and critically acclaimed films from Latin America and Spain.
The subsidiary of Hemisphere Media Group, Inc. operates two dedicated channels, one for Latin America and the other for the Hispanic market in the United States.
Additionally, the company is hosting a month-long celebration in October to commemorate its milestone by featuring marathons, promos, and special streams as exclusive October premieres featuring a variety of captivating genres, including horror, to commemorate the Halloween holiday. and the Day of the Dead, as The Exorcism of Carmen Faras, No Originy I Play.
Celebration of Cinelatino
The celebration will also feature special broadcasts of selected series presented by its stars, including Cinelatino Originals series such as The Unknown, presented by Guillermo Iván and José Ángel Bichir, and Bronco: The Series, presented by Luis Alberti. Likewise, the party promoted exciting commemorative videos such as Our Story at 30, The Faces of Cinelatino, and How the Years Flew By, which offers a look at the history of the network with the participation of stars such as Martha Higareda, Ana de la Reguera, and Diego Luna.
“We are proud to be the TV destination for the latest Spanish-language blockbusters, premium series with exceptional production values, award-winning and critically acclaimed films, and contemporary classics. With our huge film library, we offer original products designed to meet the diverse content needs of our audience, providing a platform for many filmmakers and creators of important cultural content,” said Jim McNamara, vice president of Hemisphere Media Group, Inc.
“With the industry changing rapidly, our unwavering commitment to delivering the best Spanish-language cinema, narratives that resonate with audiences, and culturally relevant stories created in and for the Latino community has survived three decades. As long as our viewers continue to invite us into their homes, we will remain dedicated to this mission,” he said.