ICE Agent Abigail Smith has always straddled two worlds: her Mexican heritage and her identity as an American immigration officer. And as a kid, she was teased as a “potato”: brown on the outside and white on the inside. When a border vigilante shoots down a migrant crossing the US-Mexico border, Abi has a difficult choice to make that puts her at odds with her undocumented brother Pedro. In this fictional cross-border drama, Tenoch Huerta (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever) and Stephanie Sigman (Spectre, Narcos) bring to life this electrifying story of divided families, loyalty, and home.
Stephanie Sigman is a Mexican-American actress. Her breakthrough role was in the 2011 crime drama film Miss Bala. She has gone on to appear in Pioneer (2013), Spectre (2015), Going Under (2016), and Annabelle: Creation (2017). On television, Sigman starred as Valeria Vélez in the first and second seasons of Netflix crime thriller, Narcos (2015).
Tenoch Huerta Mejía is a Mexican activist, writer, and actor. Among his most outstanding works is his participation in the series El encanto del águila, and Narcos: Mexico, where he gave life to Rafael Caro Quintero. In movies, we can see him in Sin Nombre (2009), Güeros (2014), Son of Monarchs (2020), and The Forever Purge (2021). Currently, he just debuted in the Marvel Universe, playing Namor in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which turns him into the first Marvel superhero of Latino origin.