LOS ANGELES, July 3, 2018 /PRNewswireHISPANIC PR WIRE/ — Mitú, the leading digital media brand for Latino millennials, launches its second season of “What’s Good in Your Hood” on Facebook Watch Wednesday, July 4 https://www.facebook.com/whatsgoodinyourhood/videos/261420364369525/. Featuring new host Dariany Santana (Revolt NOW, Music Choice Countdown), season two of the series will expand and spotlight neighborhood ethnic restaurants nationwide, and feature celebrity guest stars including actors Rocsi Diaz (Entertainment Tonight) and Luis Guzman (Code Black, Carlito’s Way), comedian Felipe Esparza and rap artist Chingo Bling.
Below are some of the restaurants highlighted this season of What’s Good in Your Hood:
- Casa Adela in New York City (with Luis Guzman)
- Carniceria Ramirez in Atlanta (with Kap G) https://www.dropbox.com/s/el96j6w63l7ngv3/EP_204_TEASER_V1.mp4?dl=0
- Un Solo Sol in Los Angeles (with Felipe Esparza) https://www.dropbox.com/s/gog6s3x3e872m2e/EP_201_TEASER_V1_1.mp4?dl=0
- Telefónica Gastro Park in Tijuana, Mexico https://www.dropbox.com/s/f6vczm4ay53vq3r/EP_203_TEASER_V1.mp4?dl=0
- Garcia’s in Miami, Fl
In each episode Santana learns the origins of the restaurant’s cuisine and the neighborhood it serves. Celebrities drop in and talk about their community and the important role these restaurants and their owners play in connecting people through the culture of food.
“What’s Good in Your Hood is a show that truly embodies all that I love and want the world to experience,” Santana says. “The show centers around delicious food made by humble loving people – people who DESERVE to be celebrated.”
Also airing now on Facebook Watch is season two of Mitú’s Mom’s Movie Review. Stars Emmanuel Ramos Barajas and his “Mama Rosa” Barajas Ramos are back providing their unique perspective on Hollywood blockbusters, including Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Oceans 8, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Incredibles 2. In each episode, Mama Rosa and Emmanuel offer a review from a perspective only a real Latina mom can provide.
Joe Rivadeneira and Alberto Portillo are Executive Producers of both What’s Good in Your Hood and Mom’s Movie Review.
At Mitú, we elevate and celebrate Latino stories, audiences and talent to their rightful place, front and center in American pop culture. We are the leader in connecting brands and creators to young Latinos, the most influential demographic in the U.S. Our stories reach millions of Americans every month.
Mitú’s investors include Upfront Ventures, WPP, AwesomenessTV, and Verizon Ventures. Mitú is headquartered in Downtown Los Angeles and has operations in New York, Chicago, and Bogotá, Colombia. For more information, visit www.wearemitu.com