Tubi is adding two new Original films to its free lineup as part of its celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Heartwarmingly funny soccer comedy Domingo, and Tubi-exclusive dramatic thriller La Dosis are both available on the platform now.
Tubi Original DOMINGO, Mexican director Raúl López Echeverría’s feature debut with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Picture Tree International, tells the story of Domingo (Eduardo Covarrubias, “Bajo Tierra”), a man of 55 living in a poor suburb near Guadalajara. When his wife (Imelda Sánchez) abruptly leaves him, he decides to do everything in his power to realize his lifelong dream of becoming a professional soccer commentator. He soon realizes how much his impassioned weekly commentaries on local amateur matches are changing lives throughout his neighborhood. DOMINGO was inspired from observing working-class districts in the suburbs of Guadalajara, where football grounds are a central part of the community and dear to the inhabitants’ hearts.
LA DOSIS, exclusively debuting on Tubi in the U.S., follows Marcos (Carlos Portaluppi, “Vidas Robadas”), an experienced ICU nurse in a provincial Argentine clinic who begins to suspect that his charismatic coworker is murdering patients. LA DOSIS is directed by Martin Kraut (“Luisa”) and also stars Ignacio Rogers (“Sabado Uno”), German de Silva (“Wild Tales”) and Arturo Bonin (“Looney Love”).
In addition to these two new films, Tubi has a collection of other titles celebrating LatinX entertainment including “Amores Perros,” “No Eres Tu Soy Yo,” “Coyote Lake,” “Consciencia,” “I Dream In Another Language,” “Filly Brown,” “Regresa,” “Enchufe.tv,” “Flor Salvaje,” “Fluffy’s Food Adventures,” “Juana La Virgen,” “La Promesa,” “Lucha México,” “Ma Ma,” “American Me,” “MasterChef Mexico,” “Midaq Alley,” “From Nowhere,” “Relaciones Peligrosas,” “Shades of Blue,” “Telenovela,” “The Crime of Padre Amaro,” “The King,” “Truman” and “Te Presento a Laura.”