With Love: Season 1

With Love: Season 1

With Love: Season 1

The Diaz siblings, Lily and Jorge, are on a mission to find love and purpose. They cross paths with seemingly unrelated residents during some of the most heightened days of the year—the holidays.

2021USAAmazon Studios, GloNation Studios
ComedyRomance

Streaming (1 Provider)

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Nochebuena

It’s Christmas Eve AKA “Nochebuena,” and the Diaz family gathers... More together for their annual celebration. Lily is dealing with a recent break-up, while her brother, Jorge Jr., is bringing a boyfriend home to meet the family. We also meet other Portland residents and see how their lives intertwine.

EPISODE 1.2

New Year's Eve

It’s December 31st, which means, it’s party time! The gang... More attends two New Year’s Eve parties: an early one at the family home where they take part in all of the fun Latino New Year’s Eve traditions and a swanky one, where romance is in the air for everyone. Meanwhile, Sol and Miles have an unexpected first date.

EPISODE 1.3

Valentine's Day

It’s “Valentine’s Day” and Lily, owning her new single life,... More goes to wine country by herself. However, her day of self-care is interrupted when she runs into some familiar faces. And back in Portland, things get complicated with Beatriz and her new running buddy, Leo, as Miles and Sol hit their first relationship bump.

EPISODE 1.4

Independence Day

It’s the Fourth of July, and everyone’s relationship has progressed... More since Valentine’s Day --- some in positive ways and others negatively-- as each couple struggles with the different meanings of ‘independence.’

EPISODE 1.5

Día De Los Muertos

It’s “Día De Los Muertos,” and the members of the... More Diaz family are forced to confront some “ghosts” from their respective pasts.

With Love: Season 1 | Reviews

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IndieWire

IndieWire

A vibrant and engaging original... deliciously captivating and hard to stop watching.

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Paste

Paste

Charming, funny, poignant, and groundbreaking.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The series occasionally seems to get lost in its own fairy tale (but) the fantasy it’s selling is still a joyful one.

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Variety

Variety

Shines bright in some narratives and falls disappointingly flat in others.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

The rare feel-good holiday show that actually feels good.

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Decider

Decider

It takes the traditional sappy — but warm! — romcom formula and makes it inclusive.

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