The drama series Vida Season 2 continues to follow the struggling lives of Emma and Lyn as they navigate through grief, loss, and love in their vibrant neighborhood of Boyle Heights. The show was created by Tanya Saracho and released by Starz in May 2019.

Here’s how you can watch and stream Vida Season 2 via streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Starz.

Is Vida Season 2 available to watch via streaming?

Yes, Vida Season 2 is available to watch via streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Starz.

In season 2, Emma and Lyn unravel family secrets and navigate the rocky path of reconciliation while struggling with finances and competition to build their bar, Vida. Moreover, they face challenges in their romantic relationships and with family members while navigating through breakups, family mysteries, and self-discovery.

The cast includes Melissa Narrera, Mishel Prada, Ser Anzoategui, Chelsea Rendon, Carlos Miranda, and Maria-Elena Laas.

Watch Vida Season 2 streaming via Hulu

Vida Season 2 is available to watch on Hulu. Hulu is a subscription-based streaming service that offers wide access to content from libraries of 20th-century studios and Searchlight Pictures, among others. Moreover, the content can be accessed via streaming devices like smartphones, laptops, tablets, and smart TVs. 

You can watch via Hulu by following these steps:

  1. Go to Hulu.com/welcome
  2. Select ‘Start Your Free Trial’
  3. Choose a plan:
    • $7.99 per month or $79.99 per year (With Ads)
    • $17.99 per month (No Ads)

Hulu (With Ads) is the cheapest option, providing users access to Hulu’s streaming library with commercials. Hulu (No Ads) is the service’s premium option, providing access to its library without any advertisements. There are also several bundles available with Hulu that pair the service with Disney Plus and ESPN Plus, along with Live TV plans that also include many live TV channels.

The synopsis of Vida is as follows:

“Two Mexican-American sisters from the Eastside of Los Angeles who couldn’t be more different or distanced from each other are forced to return to their old neighborhood, where they are confronted by the past and surprising truth about their mother’s identity.”

NOTE: The streaming services listed above are subject to change. The information provided was correct at the time of writing.

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