‘Luis Miguel La Serie’ Is Out And People On Social Media Cannot Get Enough Of The Show
On Sunday, Mexican actor Diego Boneta showed off a year’s worth of preparation (and growing out a totally rad ’80s mullet) for his role as Luis Miguel in the new series, “Luis Miguel La Serie,” broadcasted by Telemundo and streamed by Netflix in Latin America.
Luis Miguel fans could not contain their excitement as the show inched closer and closer to its debut.
I'm so excited to see soon #LuisMiguelLaSerie which is on #Telemundo and #Netflix. #LuisMiguel has always been my #idol growing up. I rarely watch TV these days because of work and school but this is a must see for me tonight.
— Elizabeth Casilla (@LizzyCasilla) April 23, 2018
Even those who claim to abstain from television couldn’t resist tuning in for the premier to “Luis Miguel La Serie.”
It was a bonding moment that transcended generations.
catch me watching the new series on luis miguel every sunday now with my grandma
— natalie? (@starksrhodes) April 23, 2018
Every member of the family had someone to fall in love with during the show.
Mi madre y yo queremos ver la serie de Luis Miguel de Netflix, pero tenemos razones diferentes:
-Ella: Le encanta Luis Miguel
— ✨ (@AnaMilan30) April 23, 2018
@AnaMilan30 tweeted, “My mom and I wanted to watch Netflix’s “Luis Miguel La Serie” but for different reason:
– Her: She loves Luis Miguel.
– Me: @ElJuanpaZurita”
And people were not about to miss it.
Me encantó la organización de los mexicanos, todos puntuales a las 8 para ver el debate y a las 10 en chinga todos en Netflix para ver a Luis Miguel.
— Giselle Naile Garza (@gisellenaile) April 23, 2018
“I loved how organized the Mexicans were,” @gisellenaile tweeted. “They were all punctual to see the (presidential) debate at 8 and at 10 everyone was on Netflix to watch Luis Miguel.”
Some fans in Latin America were pretty bummed to learn they don’t get to binge watch the entire series on Netflix.
The Luis Miguel series on Netflix is only one episode per week. Wtf! I was trying to binge watch.
— Alejandra Gutiérrez (@xiaratzi6) April 23, 2018
However, at least they get to watch the show, unlike people anywhere else in the world.
@Netflix_CA why aren't you broadcasting Luis Miguel the Series in Netflix Canada??? FFS
You gotta do something!
— Alejandro Vega. (@iQueRobin) April 23, 2018
But they are definitely trying to get Netflix to bring the show to a broader audience.
@NetflixUK are you gonna make Luis Miguel – The series available in the UK? ??
— Miriam Garrido (@MiriamCarapan) April 23, 2018
Seems like fans around the world wants a taste of the “Luis Miguel La Serie” life.
El Sol de Mexico made a special cameo appearance watching himself sing in the series.
The encounter could create a time paradox, the results of which could cause a chain reaction that would unravel the very fabric of the space time continuum, and destroy the entire universe!#LuisMiguelLaSerie pic.twitter.com/06miWl4BsN
— JerryWacky (@JerryWacky) April 23, 2018
There is some confusion and disappointment with the accent used in the show.
Me meo. Una serie sobre Luis Miguel… Con acento andaluz… No mola… Jajaja
— Annie (@Anniefreaky) April 23, 2018
If Twitter is any indication, “Luis Miguel La Serie” is going to be everyone’s telenovela obsession.
by curious I watched the 1st episode of Luis Miguel series on nerflix and I think I found my weekly novela ??
— nay ?'s comeback!!! (@mvlaks) April 23, 2018