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Favorite groundbreaking Latino show: 'Jane the Virgin' or 'One Day at a Time'?

"Jane the Virgin" and "One Day at a Time" are groundbreaking comedies centered around Latino families and cultures. Now both shows are back! The highly anticipated second season of "One Day at a Time" finally premiered on Netflix on Friday, Jan. 26. And the award-winning "Jane the Virgin" is back with its midseason premiere on the CW. Which show really does it for the culture? 📺

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Below is the synopsis of "Jane the Virgin," per IMDB.

A young, devout Catholic woman discovers that she was accidentally artificially inseminated.

"Jane the Virgin" premiered during a time when there were very few portrayals of Latinos on TV, let alone Latino families. TV still has a long way to go. Gina Rodriguez (Jane) won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy for her performance in season one. In season four, the show remains a satirical smash that critics and fans alike love. In fact, season four holds a 100 percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Rotten Tomatoes describes the fourth season as:

It's been quite a year (or three) for Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez). Although she got married, her husband Michael (Bret Dier) was shot on their wedding night! But luckily, he lived to tell the tale. And then, at long last... Jane had sex. That's right, friends, she's Jane The Virgin no more! And let me tell you, married life was everything she had hoped for... until the worst thing ever happened and Michael died from complications from his injury. I know. It was a heartbreaker.
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Below is the synopsis of "One Day at a Time," per IMDB. 

Follows three generations of the same Cuban-American family living in the same house: a newly divorced former military mother, her teenage daughter and tween son, and her old-school mother.

"One Day at a Time" is praised for adding realness to its jokes and being a smart, funny series that accurately captures a Cuban American family's everyday life. Newsday's Diane Werts gives season two of "ODAAT" 3.5 out of 4 stars. She writes:

“One Day at a Time” doesn’t make us laugh so much as let us laugh. Not to say there aren’t some sitcom-y jokes, but they tend to feel real (as when frantic Penelope grabs a marker to scribble to-do items on her arm). Even Schneider’s “fire in the junkyard” punchline results from too much spinning, exercise becoming the latest of his self-seeking addictions.
And that’s the closest this well-crafted show gets to being gamy. Which in today’s comedy climate is saying something.
FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Favorite groundbreaking Latino show: 'Jane the Virgin' or 'One Day at a Time'?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamJaneTheVirgin
#TeamODAAT