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Five children suddenly find themselves without their parents in this remake of the '90s Fox drama. When their parents are deported back to Mexico, Emilio, Beto, Lucia, Valentina, and Rafael must learn to fend for themselves until they can find a way to get their parents, Javier and Gloria, back into the United States.

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Val makes a surprising request, with lasting repercussions; Ella surprises Beto in Mexico, and her presence brings up unexpected truths; Lucia goes out of her comfort zone; Emilio leans on Natalia when the family's social worker returns.
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An unexpected family reunion in Mexico exposes cracks in the happy facades both the Acosta children and their parents have put up; Emilio collaborates with Natalia on a new song and bonds over their romantic histories.
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Lucia continues to try to impress activism mentor Sully; Natalie shares Val's secret with Emilio and as a result, Val tries to reconnect with her parents; Beto encourages Ella to move in with her mother and discovers a secret about Ella.
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Lucia decides to host a fundraiser at the restaurant and finds her voice along the way; Emilio faces an identity crisis; Beto goes behind Ella's back; Val struggles to maintain her false identity, but is outed to a member of the family.
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After Rafa's ER visit, Emilio realizes he needs help and finds himself opening up; Beto tries to impress Ella and falls short; Lucia becomes inspired by an immigration activist; Val enrolls in a dance class and takes on a new persona.
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Just when Emilio thinks he has it together, baby Rafa becomes ill; after a visit to the emergency room, the Acosta siblings reevaluate how to approach parental duties; Ella and Beto become closer; Lucia continues to risk her safety for Matthew.
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After their parent's deportation, Emilio struggles to adapt to his new responsibilities as primary caretaker for his siblings; Val prays for a miracle; Lucia makes a new friend; Beto feels the pressure to step up as an older brother.
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When ICE deports their parents, life for the five Acosta siblings is turned upside down; oldest son Emilio puts his music career on hold to move back home and take care of his siblings.
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Emilio sees an opportunity to make extra money catering on the side; at the party, Beto encounters Ella and a flirtation begins; Lucia finds her voice in an unlikely way; Val unravels when she learns about her mother's new job in Mexico.
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Emilio renegotiates an unfair business deal; Beto is devastated to learn his older brother is dating Vanessa; Lucia attempts to help Matthew and discovers he too is undocumented; Val's dependency on her mother takes an unhealthy turn.

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