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AIPT Television podcast episode 7: A rewatch of ‘Trese’

The AIPT Television podcast discusses Trese to get into the mood for Halloween and Filipino American Heritage Month.

Along with Halloween falling at the end of the month, October is also Filipino American Heritage month. In order to cover both, the AIPT Television podcast discuss Trese, the Netflix anime series that was released this past summer so there are slight spoilers ahead. It’s the first time we have a guest outside of AIPT. We are joined by journalist, Ernie Estrella, who’s written for such outlets as Syfy Wire, Monsters and Critics, and Bruno Boys. He was also kind enough to share a little bit about his experience growing up as a Filipino American.

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