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Netflix's "Selena: The Series" Officially Has A Release Date, And The New Teaser Trailer Is Flawless

"Every legend begins with a dream."

Netflix's Selena: The Series is officially coming sooner than you might think, and I already can't contain my excitement.

Today, Netflix announced that the new series about icon Selena Quintanilla will start streaming with Part 1 on Dec. 4.

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Selena: The Series will follow Selena's coming-of-age story and her rise to stardom.

The series will explore Selena's dreams becoming a reality, as well as all of the heartbreaking and life-changing choices she and her family had to make.

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Selena will be played by The Walking Dead star Christian Serratos, who already looks absolutely incredible.

Part 1 of the Selena: The Series will feature six hour-long episodes, which were directed by Hiromi Kamata.

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The series was created and executive produced by Moisés Zamora. Also, Selena's sister, Suzette Quintanilla, is one of the executive producers.

Not only did Netflix give us a release date, but we also got a new teaser trailer.

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In the trailer, you see Selena take the stage as you hear her dad ask her, "Do you trust your father?" and she responds, "Yes."

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Also, her dad assures her that if she keeps practicing "pretty soon it's all gonna pay off, just watch."

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The trailer ends with her dad saying, "When I see you on that stage, I still see the 6-year-old girl singing in our backyard."

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I've watched the trailer at least five times already and get chills every single time.

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Basically, I am so excited for this series and can't believe we only have to wait a little while longer.

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