Binge-watching with Xfinity

Hello Loves,

As the nights and morning starting getting colder nothing like coming home after a long day work to some good TV and entertainment. Just the perfect time to start binge-watching a new show, scary movies or novelas!

Last week I had the pleasure of hanging out with a couple Bay Area Latina Bloggers at the Comcast Silicon Valley Innovation Center to learn about the amazing things happening these next two weeks in the world of entertainment. Xfinity is launching their Free Pass Latino!

Basically, it's a free access pass for two weeks starting on Monday, October 15th through Sunday, October 28th where any Comcast Xfinity X1 customer can binge-watch more than 1,000 hours of entertainment for free. Let the binge-watching begin!

With the FreePass Latino, you can watch current TV shows like Larrymania or Nuestra Belleza Latina or watch the classic novelas like La Hija del Mariachi. If you aren’t to TV shows you can always watch a good movie like The Amazing Spiderman and blockbuster films like Evil Dead and other amazing TV shows. A plus that they have the latest music videos featuring artists like Bad Bunny to Cardi B! You can listen to the latest hit wonders all in one place!

At the Comcast Silicon Valley Innovation Center, we heard from Millie Zdziebkowski, Senior Director of Multicultural Services at Comcast and Robert Martinez, Product Development Senior Manager. And let me tell you that both Robert and Millie are doing amazing things at Comcast for Latinos. Millie is working hard with major networks to make sure we have amazing content that we feel connected to entertainment like novelas, music and our own Latino Channel. Robert is working with engineers and program developers to make our viewing experience with the X1 Voice Remote easy as possible. It was great and exciting to hear all the innovative things happening at Comcast.

I don’t know about you but as an Xfinity customer, I am going to make sure I use these two free weeks for lots of exploration of new shows and re-watch some of my all-time favorites like Disney’s Halloweentown and new Latin American movies. I am so excited!

For more details on Xfinity FreePass Latino, including the full programming please visit:

Twitter: using #FreePassLatino

For more information on the Xfinity Latino Entertainment Channel, Latino packages and Xfinity On Demand, please visit:


*This is compensated post but all thoughts and opinions are my own*