'East Los High' Series Finale: Watch Trailer For Last Episode Of Hulu Series [VIDEO]

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The last chapter of the Hulu series is here and you can take a sneak peek at the finale with the newly released trailer. Hulu

Following the Season 4 finale of "East Los High," fans of the Hulu series were left with many cliffhangers and the digital platform announced there wouldn't be a Season 5. How would we know how all the characters ended up? That's where "East Los High: Finale Event" comes in. The special episode is an extra one hour episode that will tidy up some loose ends to get closure for the beloved show. The episode will be set eight months later as the crew prepares to leave high school behind and maybe even East LA as they begin a journey of self-discovery and learn the true meaning of love, family and friendship.

The series stars Danielle Vega, Prince Royce, Alexandra Rodriguez and Carlito Olivero. Eight months later, the crew prepares to leave high school behind and maybe even East LA as they begin a journey of self-discovery and learn the true meaning of love, family and friendship in this romantic, sexy and emotional series finale. East Los High continues to provide a unique and relevant space on television at a time when the plight of immigrant communities like East Los Angeles are under fire. By featuring underrepresented voices and bringing awareness to issues relevant to the Latino community, the series provides a realistic account of Latino youth culture in the U.S. today. East Los High’s Finale Event pays tribute to the popular characters fans have followed during the past four seasons, reminding us that their universal stories will continue to grow, prosper and transcend. 

Viewers can stream the last episode on Hulu now. Watch the trailer below and tell us who you will be missing the most!

"East Lost High" initially revolved around two teenage cousins—Jessie, who is a studious virgin, and Maya, a troubled runaway—who fall in love with Jacob, a popular football player. From this love triangle, Maya and Jessie must face true-to-life decisions involving sex, drugs, pregnancy, infidelity and peer pressure that will decide which one of them gets the boy and mark their lives forever. Season 2 focused on all the sex, romance, and mystery continue as Ceci returned to East Los High to coach the Bomb Squad. She struggled to take the unruly dance team to the state championships while dealing with her own issues at home as a single mom in a relationship that becomes unexpectedly violent. The East Los High hallways are filled with a new cast of students risking it all for love, leading up to a scandalous turn of events that makes this another breathtaking and suspenseful school year.

In Season 3 Camila finally confronts a dark secret from her past. But in trying to keep her sister Gina and boyfriend Nic from harm, she risks losing her own life and her one true love. Meanwhile, the stakes are higher than ever when Ceci invites boys to join the Bomb Squad and the sexy new team takes on some stiff competition. Season 4 had the seniors get ready for graduation and saying goodbye to East Los High. When school is out for the summer, the new Bomb Squad heads off to dance camp with sexy newcomers who tempt Gina and Eddie’s relationship, on and off the dance floor. Camila and Jesus rekindle their love affair and must fight against the odds as they attempt to live a crime-free life. Ceci decides to chase her dreams, but finds that reality is tougher than she imagined, and when Jacob misbehaves, hearts are broken and the family business is threatened in more ways than one. This season, wedding bells ring while danger lurks in the streets of East LA, and the students must rise to action for what they believe in. Someone will risk it all to fight for their future and for true love, making this an unforgettable summer.

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Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.

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