Greetings from Tucson is a situation comedy about the life of an ethnically mixed, upwardly mobile family. The stories are seen through the eyes of 15-year-old David Tiant. His father Joaquin is a proud, pragmatic Mexican-American; his mother is a feisty Irish-American. His older sister is a socially-active cheerleader who rejects her Mexican roots and insists she is Spanish. Greetings from Tucson attempts to examine the themes of cultural identity, family and class.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Greetings from Tucson - Greetings from Tucson - Netflix
Greetings from Tucson is an American television sitcom which aired on The WB during the 2002-2003 season. The series was executive produced by Rob LaZebnik, Peter Murrieta, Howard Klein and David Miner. Though reviews were mixed, critics applauded the abilities of the mostly-Latino cast, calling the show “a welcome addition to TV's largely white landscape,” and compared its premise to I Love Lucy, The Jeffersons and the thought-provoking 1970s comedies of Norman Lear.
Greetings from Tucson - Cast - Netflix
Pablo Santos as David Tiant Aimee Garcia as Maria Tiant Sara Paxton as Sarah Tobin Bobby Chavez as Daniel Tiant Rebecca Creskoff as Elizabeth Tiant Julio Oscar Mechoso as Joaquin Tiant Lupe Ontiveros as Magdalena Tiant Jacob Vargas as Ernesto Tiant Brian Scolaro as Larry Janetti
Greetings from Tucson - References - Netflix