Selena Quintanilla

"Selena: The Series" is the most popular show or movie on the service.
Two HuffPost reporters investigate whether the Netflix show about the late music legend lives up to the hype and how it compares to the 1997 movie.
The two-part Netflix series, starring Christian Serratos as the Latinx pop icon, is due out Dec. 4.
Based on the life of Tejano music icon Selena Quintanilla, "Selena: The Series" will debut Dec. 4.
The "Walking Dead" star croons the 1992 hit "Como la Flor" in a trailer for "Selena: The Series," due out in 2020.
Palmer had previously revealed to her co-hosts on ABC's “Strahan, Sara and Keke” that singing in front of J.Lo was a dream of hers.
The Queen of Tejano's sister, Suzette, lauded the Rodeo Houston performance on Instagram: "Awww ... Takes me back."
"With this series, viewers will finally get the full history of Selena, our family, and the impact she has had on all of our lives," said Suzette Quintanilla, Selena's sister.
A Mexican-born graphic designer first created them for his wife.
Late at night when all the world was sleeping, we stayed up and hoped for this.