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Over the years, Spectrum cable TV has made a special place for itself among the Spanish speaking in the US. If you’re Hispanic and looking for a TV plan, Spectrum is sure to be the most common recommendation you’ll get for a provider. And, that makes sense. After all, they offer a curated selection of Spanish channels you’re sure to love—and they also take pride in showcasing the most Spanish language HD channels. But, that is not all. Even mainstream Spectrum cable packages include Telemundo in their channel lineup—in service locations where the concentration of the Hispanic community is on the higher end.

A Word about Telemundo

Telemundo is a terrestrial TV network owned by Comcast. Programming is available nationwide and also syndicated worldwide in 100 countries and 35 languages. Founded in 1984 as NetSpan, and rebranded as Telemundo a few years later, the network is a favorite among Spanish language speakers. A growing number of English-language speakers is also charmed by the gripping content Telemundo offers. Even when all they can understand is the English subtitles. With the third generation of Hispanic-Americans rising sharply, the sprinkling of English with subtitles and the embracing of “Spanglish”, gave Telemundo a clear edge over its competitor Univision. 

Telemundo broadcasts original content created for Latin American audiences in the U.S. and worldwide. Programming consists of first-run telenovelas, films, Reality TV, sports, and news. The network has showcased Comedy in the past but does not include the genre in its current programming. Variety shows make a popular format on Spanish-language TV channels, however, Telemundo includes limited programming from this genre.

Which Spectrum Cable Packages Offer Telemundo?

Telemundo is affiliated with free-to-air stations in many cities around the U.S. In regions where there is no local affiliate, national feed is accessible via some TV service providers only. That is why, as we said earlier, the network is carried by mainstream Spectrum cable packages in some regions, but is available as part of the Latino channel lineup in others.  

Spectrum TV is not the one to disappoint audiences when it comes to its channel lineup. The provider offers a perfect balance of general entertainment, news, sports, lifestyle, family, and children’s programming. That is why this Hispanic favorite is not missed out by any means—rather included in the English channel lineup in cities where the Hispanic community forms a major cross-section of the population.

So, if you’re a resident of New York, Arizona, Texas, Florida, New Jersey, etc. you can choose any of the Spectrum cable packages, according to your TV needs and budget, and have access to Telemundo. Otherwise, you always have a choice. For instance, you can subscribe to Spectrum Mi Plan Latino with 145+networks that include 75 Spanish networks. Or add-on the Latino View to Spectrum TV Select Signature or TV Select Plus for a perfect combo of Spanish and English channels.  

Telemundo on Spectrum Cable?

While it is great news that Spectrum TV offers Telemundo, it can still be a pain finding the channel number for your favorite network. Most channel numbers vary with region. And, when you are new to the Spectrum Family chances are you’ll take your own sweet time to get fluent with the channel numbers on your Spectrum TV lineup. Browsing with your eyes on alert scanning for Telemundo is not an option either. So, to find Telemundo on the Spectrum channel lineup easily, you will find the Spectrum on-screen guide truly helpful. The handy guide displays channels and their numbers in full screen on your TV, so you can browse through, search, filter out, and even manage personal lists conveniently! 

Other than the guide, you can also use the Spectrum account to find a list of channels included in your subscription. 

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The Best to Look for on Telemundo with Spectrum TV

Telemundo offers quality content that has kept Spanish speakers entertained for years, and only keeps getting better. The current base programming feed on Telemundo brings general entertainment during weekdays. A separate block of feature films is broadcast throughout the week. And on weekends a children’s programming block MiTelemundo runs for three hours.

Here, take a look at some of the best from Telemundo that you may want to catch up with.

La Reina del Sur

Based on a novel of the same name by Spanish author Arturo Pérez-Reverte, this telenovela aired its first season in 2011. And, it wasn’t until 2019 the second season was telecast. With ever-growing popularity, we can see why this series not only made a comeback but has been already renewed for a third season too.

The show revolves around Teresa Mendoza, a young woman, who has made a name for herself as a powerful drug trafficker in South Spain. As you can expect the show is filled with plot twists, that sustain the suspense. Even if you don’t speak Spanish, we’d recommend you give this series a watch. The subtitles are more than helpful.

La querida del Centauro

Nominated back to back in 2016 and 2017 in ‘Your World Awards’, this is one of the biggest telenovelas to run on Telemundo. With a star cast boasting prominent actors like Humberto Zurita, Ludwika Paleta, Irene Azuela, and Michel Brown, there’s no way you’d want to miss this one.

The show revolves around El Centauro’s life who wishes to marry Yolanda.

Yolanda is attractive, intelligent and a prisoner who becomes the mistress to one of the biggest drug lords of Mexico, Benedictino García, better known as El Centauro. While this relationship gives her great power inside the prison, her life outside is another story. With a shrewd detective set to use her to lure out her lover, she’s in a precarious position. Doomed if she helps and doomed if she doesn’t.

El Senor de Los Cielos

Cornered by the police, Aurelio Casillas has no option left but to fake his own death and change his face. Well, when you’re a drug lord with a trafficking business encompassing Columbia, Mexico, and the US, this is a price you’ll have to pay. However, that doesn’t mean Casillas will go down easily. He has revenge on his mind and he’s determined to carry it out.

Filled with intrigue, this show is sure to have you hooked in no time. It has seven seasons thus far, and as you watch you won’t notice the time fly by. After all, the series has won the International Emmy Award for Non-English Language US Primetime Program, as well as the Premios Tu Mudo award for the series of the year for three years in a row.


Based on Miguel Otero Silva’s ‘Cuando quiero llorar no lloro’, this show revolves around the story of three men born at the same time, on the same day, in the same city with the same name. And, guess what? They also share the same fate: doom!

Zorro: La Espada y La Rosa 

This is an old show, but one everyone is sure to have heard of. Telemundo president Don Browne declared it "without doubt, the best products offered on Hispanic television in the United States today." Based on Johnston McCulley characters it revolves around Don Diego de la Vega, a vigilante, fighting the corrupt tyrants of California. Wearing a mask to hide his identity this swordsman goes by the name of Zorro. Offering action, romance, and more you’ll end up bingeing on this series for sure!

Más Sabe el Diablo (Fallen Angel)

There’s nothing angelic about Angel Salvador. This jewel thief is better known as ‘Devil’ is out of jail all set to stealing some more to clear his huge debt. However, his lawyer Manuela Davila might be turning his world upside down. Meeting your biological father’s girlfriend, who caused him to abandon his wife and son, can sure do that to you. How will this all unfold, when neither of the men is aware of the biological bond, is anybody’s guess!

El Fantasma de Elena 

Elena runs a hotel with her father living an ordinary life—that is until she finds a young man unconscious in the forest. She falls in love with Eduardo, a rich young businessman, whom she nurses back to good health and then marries. A lot of things in her new life, however, don’t seem to add up. Her husband’s deceased wife named Elena and the screams from the castle tower are the least of her worries. What’s more, she suspects her husband might belong to a mythological race. With so much going on, this series has all the makings of a great story.


If you’re intrigued by the gypsy lifestyle, buckle up. This show revolves around Maria Salomé, a gypsy girl who has made the mistake of falling in love with an outsider. From her first meeting with Sebastian in the fishing village of Topolobampo, she simply couldn’t help but fall hard for him. However, her culture does not deal well with non-gypsy mingling. With a tribe that is completely opposed to outsiders, she has a huge battle ahead.

Final Words

With the list of channel numbers for Telemundo on Spectrum, you should have no trouble finding the network and watching the gripping series the network has to offer. Good entertainment is key to survival. And with Spectrum TV you won’t have to compromise on that. Telemundo makes for a great watch for Hispanics and English speakers alike, so if you haven’t already, it’s time you tune in!

If you have any questions about the Spectrum Latino channel lineup contact Spectrum Sales Support at 855-423-0918. A trained representative will get you the answers, and also walk you through placing an order. And, if you wish to speak to a Spanish-speaking representative call Servicio al cliente at 844-487-2710.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Spectrum TV offer Telemundo?

Yes, the Spectrum channel lineup includes Telemundo in its Latino lineup as well as in the mainstream Spectrum cable packages in some regions. In all, Spectrum TV offers 75 Spanish language channels.

What channel is Telemundo on Spectrum Orlando?

The channel number for Telemundo on Spectrum TV Orlando FL is 62—HD 1011.

How much does the Mi Latino plan cost?

The Spectrum Mi Plan Latino is priced at $39.99/month (for 12 months) and offers 75 Spanish & 65 English channels.