Linda Yvette Chávez reacted to Netflix's cancelation of the Latinx comedy she co-created with Marvin Lemus in an emotional letter posted to social media Friday. Chávez spoke of the “small acts of revolutionary love” that helped her embrace her Mexican heritage and fight for representation in front and behind the camera. She also spoke of the millions of people Gentefied has reached around the world, “millions who saw themselves and their families on screen for the first time.” Chávez even took a subtle dig at Netflix's algorithms. “Metrics and algorithms will never measure the true impact of what we did here,” Chávez wrote. “Don’t let anyone tell you we didn’t succeed. We blasted through a brick wall and made ourselves known. That looks like a whole lot of success to me.” ALSO: Gentefied executive producer America Ferrera on cancelation: "It’s a small miracle and a monumental feat every time one of our stories is birthed into the world."