Streaming service Peacock has launched a collection of new content to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
New content will include an original documentary series called “True Colors,” which will tell the stories of Hispanic trailblazers and thought leaders in various fields, including Alex Rodríguez; John Leguizamo; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez; Mario Lopez; Ellen Ochoa; Laurie Hernandez; Lele Pons; and Ángela Aguilar.
“True Colors,” will be produced for Peacock by Telemundo.
Peacock will also feature new Telemundo programming including special micro editions of hit series as well as sports content from Telemundo Deportes.
Short-form programming will include “El Chema,” “El Cuerpo del Deseo,” and more.
Additionally, Telemundo will also kick off its own multi-platform campaign “Nuestras Voces Cuentan,” which translates to “Our Voices Matter,” to celebrate the strength of the Latino community this month.
The campaign will feature a series of powerful murals to be featured in PSAs airing on the network. Fans can share their versions of a painting using the hashtag #UsaTuVoz and #NuestrasVocesCuentan.
“Peacock is proud to add True Colors to our Peacock Originals library during this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month,” said Jen Brown, senior vice president, topical programming and development for Peacock. “We believe all audiences will connect with these inspirational stories from trailblazers and thought leaders in the Hispanic community,” she added.