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Bravo preps Latinx docuseries “Mexican Dynasties”

NBCUniversal-owned American cable and satellite network Bravo Media will launch the Latin American docuseries Mexican Dynasties next month. As previously announced, the series follows the lives of three family dynasties in ...
January 16, 2019

NBCUniversal-owned American cable and satellite network Bravo Media will launch the Latin American docuseries Mexican Dynasties next month.

As previously announced, the series follows the lives of three family dynasties in Mexico City — the Allendes, the Bessudos and the Madrazos (pictured) — to explore Mexico’s complex cultures through the families’ entertainment, beverage and luxury car industry fortunes, respectively, and their over-the-top lifestyles.

Throughout the series, each family is faced with some kind of transition, from kids growing up and growing apart, to dealing with the loss of a beloved husband and father, to child rearing.

Mexican Dynasties is produced by Shed Media and Campanario Entertainment. Pamela Healey, Lisa Shannon, Barrie Bernstein, Scott Teti and Paulina Williams serve as executive producers for Shed Media, while Jaime Dávila and Rico Martinez executive produce for Campanario.

The series premieres Feb. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

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