Vida Finale Exclusive Sneak Peek: 'Fluent in A--Hole'

Emma reassures Eddy that she's strong and can handle a jerk in a scene from the Starz drama.

by | June 8, 2018 | Comments

In a peek at the season finale of Starz drama Vida, an unexpected visit from Nelson (Luis Bordonada) sets off Eddy (Ser Anzoategui), but Emma (Mishel Prada) assures her that she can handle the situation. After all, she does interval training back in Chicago, and she’s “fluent in a–hole.”

About the series: 
Half-hour drama series focuses on two Mexican-American sisters who couldn’t be more different or distanced from each other. Circumstances force them to return to their old neighborhood in East L.A., where they confront the past and a big family secret.

Tomatometer: Currently 100% with 27 reviews.

Vida season 1 ends with episode 6 on Sunday, June 10 on Starz. All six episodes of season 1 will be available on Sunday, June 10, starting at 12:01 a.m. ET for download and streaming on the STARZ app and STARZ ON DEMAND. 

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