Discovery Education Streaming features 65 whole episodes of Maya and Miguel.

The show chronicles the adventures, and sometimes misadventures, of fraternal twins Maya and Miguel Santos and features their family, friends and a diverse neighborhood. This show centers on Maya’s well-intentioned meddling in her family’s and friends’ lives, ultimately creating new quandaries to fix. Their mother is from Mexico, and father is from Puerto Rico. The underlying message is the importance of doing good for the family and community, and the philosophy that shared happiness is greater than personal gain. The show presents a positive, culturally rich portrayal of Latino family, language and cultures. Each episode ends with a WordGirl short. – Wikipedia



Episodes listed in order of their airdate, linking to the DES videos.

Season 1 (2004-2005)

  1. Mala Suerte - When Mami scorches the family breakfast, Maya thinks the apartment is cursed with bad luck. Using Maggie’s grandmother’s Guide to feng shui (which they don’t really have time to read thoroughly), Maya, Miguel, and the gang redecorate the entire place in an effort to restore positive energy before Papi brings home an important supplier for dinner that evening.
  2. “The Matchmaker” - After Maya sees Abuela Elena dancing alone after dinner, she decides that her grandmother’s cheery exterior is masking a deep loneliness — and that Abuela Elena needs to be fixed up on a date. Maya’s big idea launches a quest for an eligible sixty-something bachelor, a makeover, and a blind date that doesn’t go as planned.
  3. “When Maya Met Andy” - Miguel recalls the time that a new kid moved into the neighborhood: Andy, who is missing an arm. Maya, eager to make Andy feel comfortable in their group, tries to steer the boys away from playing sports because she assumes that Andy won’t be able to participate. In the end, Maya learns that true sensitivity means treating others as equals.
  4. “The Autograph” - When Paco accidentally destroys Miguel’s favorite Orlando Flores baseball card, Maya decides to fix the situation by getting an autograph from Orlando himself, who is coming to town that weekend with his team. The gang tries to get ever closer to the star by impersonating a boy-band, hot dog vendors, and a big furry mascot.
  5. “Rhymes with Gato” - When Chrissy’s kitten runs away, Maya and her friends put up signs and spread the word about the lost “gato.” Unfortunately, Maggie’s Spanish is terrible, and she tells people they’re missing a “pato”—a duck. Soon Maya is stuck with a disgruntled duck in her apartment on the same afternoon that the landlord is coming by to make some repairs.
  6. La Nueva Cocinita” - While Maya and Miguel are searching with their Abuela Elena for treasures through her trunk of memories, they find an old menu from her defunct restaurant “La Cocinita.” Maya quickly decides that not only Abuela Elena, but the whole neighborhood is in need of a New Cocinita to bring happiness and harmony to everyone with the magic of the old recipes.
  7. “The Letter” - Maya finds an abandoned letter on Miguel’s desk, written to a pretty girl in their class named Esperanza. Thinking that her brother might need a little help in making friends, Maya (with help from Maggie and Chrissy) tells Esperanza how wonderful Miguel is. No sooner does Esperanza decide that Miguel is the coolest boy in the fifth grade than Maya learns that the real author of the letter wasn’t Miguel, but Andy.
  8. “Teacher’s Pet” - When Paco stops speaking, Maya and Santiago take him to the vet, who tells them that the poor parrot is simply lonely staying at home all day. Maya solves the problem by taking Paco to school with her. But when Paco gives wrong answers in front of the class, accidentally insults kids in the hall, and eventually flies off somewhere in the school, Maya has a lot of problems to solve all at once.
  9. “La Calavera” - When Maya has to complete a presentation about Mexico for school, she consults her Abuela Elena, who allows her to borrow a prized possession: a calavera, or skull made of sugar, that is used in the yearly Day of the Dead celebration. Maya promises to let nothing happen to this special calavera. Her presentation goes well, but Maya loses the calavera!
  10. “Politics Unusual” - Maggie wants to star in the upcoming School Assembly Day show. Her teacher, Mrs. Langley, recognizes her talent and assigns her the starring role, which she must share with non-dancer Miguel. Horrified, Miguel wants to have nothing to do with this show, but Mrs. Langley won’t let him out of the deal. The only person who could do that is the class president. Maya thinks Maggie should run for president so she can change the show and write Miguel out. Unfortunately, someone else decides to run, an unassuming kid named Simon.
  11. “Tito’s Mexican Vacation” - Maya notices something’s wrong with Tito. He’s not interested in playing soccer or eating ice cream. Is he sick? It turns out he’s homesick. Maya, eager to help her cousin feel better, decides that if they can’t take Tito back to Mexico, they’ll bring Mexico to Tito!
  12. “The Doubtful Prince (aka Prince Tito)” - To help Tito overcome his stage fright, Maya convinces him to audition for a community theater performance called “The Doubtful Prince.” Maya promises Tito that she’ll get the female lead and be right with him onstage the whole time. But when the director casts Tito in the lead and Maya in a bit part, Tito is bound for stardom – but only if Maya can find a way to keep him from freezing up in front of the audience on opening night.
  13. “The Bully and the Bunny” - A new kid named Jimmy McCorkle moves in across the street and – at least it seems to Miguel and his friends – begins to bully everyone around. He kicks Miguel’s soccer ball over their building, rips apart Maya’s favorite video game, and commands Theo to remember his name…or else. Maya, however, is not so sure; she thinks maybe Jimmy’s not so bad. When Jimmy buys Maya and Miguel’s favorite bunny rabbit from the pet store, Maya decides they have to find out once and for all whether Jimmy really is a bully, or just misunderstood.
  14. “Family Time” - Noticing that everyone in her family is overworked, overtired, and overstressed, Maya concludes that they all have been missing “family time” quality time spent alone as a family. Maya and Miguel plan a camping trip to a state park and do all the planning and packing themselves to make things easier on their very busy parents and grandmother. But when they arrive at their campsite, the kids have forgotten some essentials, and rain, wildlife, and a capsized boat threaten to make their escape a disaster. In the end, however, the Santos family discovers the only thing they really need is time together.
  15. “Surprise, Surprise” - Chrissy is upset because the pop star Enrique has not answered the hundreds of fan letters she has sent. Maya decides to cheer her up with a surprise birthday party. When all the party preparations — from the cake to the décor to the entertainment — go awry, Maya reasons there’s only one way to salvage things: get Enrique himself to show up! With Miguel and Abuelita at her side, Maya braves hordes of Enrique-maniacs in an effort to convince the megastar to make an appearance at her friend’s birthday.
  16. “Career Day” - It’s Career Day in Maya and Miguel’s class, and each kid gets to spend a whole week with a classmate’s parent or grandparent as a “mentor.” While Miguel lucks into spending the day with an astronaut, Maya ends up with Mort, an insurance salesman who has lost his belief in himself. Maya takes it upon herself to find Mort a new career, but ultimately discovers that what he really needs is simply some help restoring his confidence.
  17. “An Okri-Dokey Day” - When Maya realizes that their neighbors Greg and Isoka Okri don’t have any children of their own, she concludes that their life must be horribly empty – after all, her parents are always saying how Maya and Miguel are the light of their life. So Maya engineers things so she and Miguel spend the weekend with the Okris. However, between roller-coaster rides, kid-friendly restaurants, homemade facial treatments, and breakfast in bed, the Okris get a lot more than they bargained for.
  18. “Chrissy’s Big Move” - Maya’s friend Chrissy discovers that her father has been transferred and is moving the whole family to Hong Kong. Chrissy is so distraught that she doesn’t want to go. Eager to help her friend adjust to a very different culture, Maya enlists Miguel and the gang to “introduce” Chrissy to Hong Kong. They stage an imaginative “voyage” to show her a variety of interesting places: a restaurant that serves dim sum, a pink dolphin-watching cruise, and the dragon boat races. By the end, Chrissy is so enchanted that she can’t wait to move to Hong Kong.
  19. “I’ve got to be Mi-guel” - Tito really admires his big cousin Miguel; So much so, that he begins to feel bad about himself – after all, Miguel does everything so well, it’s sometimes hard to measure up. But at Maya’s suggestion, Tito realizes there is one way to be just as cool as Miguel: to imitate everything Miguel says, does, and wears. Miguel is flattered by this new “mini-Miguel,” but Maya gradually finds the whole thing annoying, and even more so because the flattery is clearly going to Miguel’s head. It’s only when Tito — in helping Maya and Miguel in an emergency — discovers some of his own talents that he goes back to being just plain Tito.
  20. “Soccer Mom” - When Maya and Miguel’s soccer coach leaves to become a professional player, the gang is left without a coach. Maya notices that her mom is a good player, and talks her into coaching the team. However, the twins are embarrassed when their mother tells old stories about them. They ask Rosa to step down as coach, which she agrees to do. But when they realize that they don’t play as well without her, Maya and Miguel beg her to come back and help them before a big game. In the end, Maya and Miguel learn to be proud of their mom… and to occasionally let her embarrass them.

Season 2 (2005-2006)

  1. “The Adventures of Rabbit-Bird man” –
  2. “Maya and Miguel, Come on Down!” –
  3. “The Wrestler Next Door” –
  4. “A Little Culture” –
  5. “The Bet” –
  6. “Team Santos” –
  7. “The Cheery Chipper Cupid Sisters” –
  8. “Friends Forever?” –
  9. “The Slump” –
  10. “Real Twins” –
  11. “Recipe for Disaster” –
  12. “Abuela Upmanship” –
  13. “The Dogwalkers” –
  14. “The Pen-Pal” –
  15. “Fashionistas” –
  16. “Maya Quixote and Miguel Panza” –
  17. “The Taming of Mr. Shue” –
  18. “The Best Thanksgiving Ever” –
  19. “Miguel’s Wonderful Life” –
  20. “Tito’s Pet” –

Season 3 (2006-2007)

  1. “The Video” –
  2. “A Star is Born” –
  3. “Paper Girl” –
  4. “Cupid” –
  5. “Every Day is Earth Day” –
  6. “Mother’s Day” –
  7. “Give Me a Little Sign” –
  8. “Decisions, Decisions” –
  9. “A Rose is Still a Rose” –
  10. “Role Reversal” –
  11. “After School” –
  12. “Puppy Love” –
  13. “The Red Jacket” –
  14. “Battle of the Birthdays” –
  15. “Maya the Mascot (aka Maya, La Mascota)” –
  16. “The Big Idea” –
  17. “Paging Dr. Maya” –
  18. “Papi Joins the Band” –

Season 4 (2007)

  1. “The Wedding” –
  2. “The Big Fight” –
  3. “Crushed” –
  4. “Good Luck Paco” –
  5. “Say Cheese!” –
  6. “A House Divided” –
  7. “I Love Maya” –