Stereotypes of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States are general representations of Americans considered of Hispanic and Latino ancestry or Immigrants to the United States from Hispanic and Latino countries , often exhibited in negative caricatures or terms. Latin America is generally considered to comprise all of the politically independent territory of the Western Hemisphere other than Canada and the United States that was originally colonized by the Spaniards or Portuguese. When discussing how Hispanic and Latino individuals are represented in television and film media, it is also important to acknowledge their vast underrepresentation in popular programming. The individuals often stereotyped on television, but they are rarely even seen. In the unlikely case that they are depicted, they are more likely to be limited to stereotypic characters, usually negatively.
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