Paramount+ has announced the premiere of a new music docuseries titled THALIA’S MIXTAPE: EL SOUNDTRACK DE MI VIDA, which stars the famous singer Thalia. The series, which is a three-part show, will be available exclusively on Paramount+ starting on May 2 in the United States and Canada. It will also premiere on May 3 in other countries including the UK, Australia, Latin America, Brazil, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The show is accompanied by Thalia’s new album, Thalia’s Mixtape, which will be released by Sony Music on April 28. Thalia, who is the creator and executive producer of the series, takes the audience on a journey through the history of Latin music, revealing the classics that inspired generations of artists and the future of the genre. Through interviews, found footage, and modern renditions of classic hits by today’s biggest stars, the show offers an intimate and personal look at Thalia’s musical influences and journey. Executive producer Tommy Mottola described the show as a “labor of love” for Thalia, who collaborated with her lifelong idols and performed some of their legendary songs. The series is a perfect blend of documentary and musical, showcasing Thalia’s timeless impact on music and culture.
About Thalia’s Mixtape: El Soundtrack De Mi Vida TV Show
THALIA'S MIXTAPE: EL SOUNDTRACK DE MI VIDA is a three-part music docuseries that explores the life and career of the global music superstar, Thalia. In this series, Thalia takes the audience on a journey through the history of Latin music, uncovering the classics that inspired generations of artists and created the current Latin music landscape seen today. Through a combination of interviews, found footage, and modern renditions of classic hits by today's biggest stars, the show offers an intimate and personal look at Thalia's musical influences and journey.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.