When I first read about Maya and the Three and saw the very talented cast, I knew the show was going to be amazing. After being able to pre-screen a few episodes, I have fallen in love with the story and cannot wait to see how everything develops. Even if you are not Latino, you are going to love the series and having your kids learn about a different culture in a very fun way.
About the show
In a fantastical world, where magic turns the world and four kingdoms rule the lands, a brave and rebellious warrior princess named Maya is about to celebrate her fifteenth birthday and coronation. But everything changes when the gods of the underworld arrive and announce that Maya's life is forfeit to the God of War — a price she must pay for her family's secret past. If Maya refuses, the whole world will suffer the gods’ vengeance. To save her beloved family, her friends, and her own life, Maya embarks on a thrilling quest to fulfill an ancient prophecy that foretells the coming of three great warriors who will help her defeat the gods and save humankind.
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Did we like it?
Since the moment it started I fell in love with the series. The attention to detail, the music, the story behind the characters. I can see my little niece wanting everything Maya. They might call Maya a princess in the series, but she is actually a warrior. She is bad ass and I love that it shows that being different and being energetic can be a good thing.
I cannot wait to see the rest of the episodes, but for sure I recommend you get your kids to watch this series. It is amazing!
Virtual Junket with Zoe Saldana
I had the pleasure to interview Zoe Saldana, and here is the virtual interview. You can see she is very passionate about diversity and inclusion and she is also a really proud mom.
Learn more at www.netflix.com/mayaandthethree
Maya And The Three, only on Netflix October 22