Hispanic Heritage Month TV and Streaming Calendar

Where to watch programming celebrating the Hispanic community, stars, and creators on broadcast, cable, and streaming services.

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Jennifer Lopez in Halftime

(Photo by © 2022 Netflix, Inc.)

Hispanic Heritage Month runs from Sept. 15 – Oct. 15. TV networks and streaming services are celebrating with programming specific to stories from the Hispanic community and Latin talent. Here are some selections of programming already available and coming soon. Check back in case more are added throughout the month.

Available Now

Argentina Liga Profesional de Futbol – Paramount+
The Art Of: Tequila – Ovation

Bolivar – Netflix

Bruno Mars: Just the Way I Am – Ovation [Movie]

Campeonato Brasileirao Serie A soccer – Paramount+

Cuba Is – Ovation [Movie]

Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway – Ovation [Movie]

Jenni Rivera: Mariposa De Barrio – Netflix

J-Lo: From the Block – Ovation [Movie]

Noticia de un secuestro – Prime Video

Oscar Arias: Without a Shot Fired – Freevee [Movie]

Pop Profiles featuring Bruno Mars, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato – Ovation

Selección Argentina La Serie – Prime Video

Speakeasy featuring Carlos Santana and Harry Belafonte – Ovation
Stars of the Silver Screen featuring Anthony Quinn – Ovation

Los Tigres del Norte At Folsom Prison – Netflix

UEFA Champions League soccer – Paramount+

Wonder Women – Ovation
13:14: El Reto de Ayudar – Prime Video[Movie]

Thursday, Sept. 22
Shakira: Latin Queen – Ovation [Movie]

Friday, Sept. 23
Rio Cantoria – Ovation [Movie]

Tuesday, Sept. 27
Legends of Opera featuring Jose Carrera and Montserrat Caballe – Ovation

Wednesday, Sept. 28
Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival: Juan Diego Florez in Recital – Ovation [Movie]

Friday, Sept. 30
39th Hispanic Heritage Awards, 9 p.m., PBS

Monday, Oct. 3
Rosie’s Rules: Season 1, PBS Kids

Let the Right One In season 1 key art

(Photo by Showtime)

Friday, Oct. 7

Habla Loud, HBO Max

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