THE BEST OF THE AMERICAN MULTICULTURAL EXPERIENCE
Mexicans Stephanie Sigman and Tenoch Huerta star in the bilingual podcast ‘Potato’ to follow a migration drama in the US.
The ‘Potato’ podcast follows the story of Abigail Smith, the daughter of a Mexican woman and a white father, who works as an agent for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE)
Always faced with two worlds, because of her Mexican heritage and her identity as an American immigration officer, as a child she was teased as a  ‘potato’: brown on the outside and white on the inside.
With that memory upon her shoulders since childhood, Abi has always believed that her duty is to protect the southern border of the United States until one day her undocumented brother Pedro gets deported back to Mexico.

In her journey to help her brother, Abi seems to discover more about herself and her late father, who also worked as a police officer.
Each episode will reveal more of the secrets Abi’s mother kept from her about her father, helping the young agent discover more about her identity as a Mexican-American woman and will help her find her moral compass.

The suspenseful drama podcast stars well-known Mexican model and actress Stephanie Sigman (‘Spectre’ and ‘Narcos’) as Abi and well-known actor and Latin American community rights activist Tenoch Huerta (‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ‘) as Pedro. 
‘Potato’ seeks to explore the confrontation between the naivete of an American woman and the reality of a lawless frontier in a gripping story of divided families, loyalty and homeland.
The podcast is produced by Amazon-owned podcast studio Wondery and global entertainment company Sonoro. The script has been written by the writer and screenwriter Samara Ibrahim.
The Spanish and English first eight episodes of the podcast, between 20 and 30 minutes long, are available on Amazon Music and Wondery+ from November 1. It will also be available on all streaming platforms starting Tuesday, November 15.
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