National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 - October 15) is a celebration of the culture and heritage contributed by Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States. The Denver metro area is particularly rich in Hispanic and Latino culture, as nearly 32 percent of the population is Hispanic or Latino, according to the most recent census.
While Denver and other cities are offering a host of fun community events (for example, check out CBS Denver’s round-up of events here), Comcast is celebrating by offering Xfinity Freeview Latino— Comcast’s biggest Hispanic On Demand event with more than 1,000 hours of Latino programming through October 6. Even better, it’s all free to Xfinity TV Digital customers.
From telenovelas to kids’ shows, reality TV to newly released movies, Xfinity Freeview Latino gives hundreds of options, available in both Spanish and English, including:
- A&E’s “Breaking Bad” (the series finale airs this Sunday!)
- Cinelatino’s U.S. movie premiere of “Colosio: el asesinato”
- MundoFOX’s telenovela “El Capo”
- Univision’s animated kids series “El Chavo Animado”
- NUVOtv’s new reality series “Step Away”
To see all programming available, visit Xfinity.com/Latino.