From left to right: Ludmila, Leon, Violetta, Tomás and Francesca.
"Cantar es lo que soy."*
"Violetta" is a Disney Channel
teen soap opera that first aired on May 14th, 2012.
Violetta (Martina Stoessel) is a teenage Argentinian girl who has just moved back to her hometown, Buenos Aires, from Spain. There, she will find love and discover her talent for music. However, her father, Germán (Diego Ramos), forbids her to pursue her talent because her mother died in an accident during a concert tour he wanted her to take. From time to time, she escapes to an art academy for teens called Studio 21, where she meets new friends, finds love, and works on her music.
Two months later, in Season 2, Violetta and friends deal with their fame from being featured on the You Mix
website in the previous season. Studio 21 is renamed Studio On Beat as a result of a partnership with You Mix
. Germán struggles giving Violetta her freedom but tries his best to support her through her journey. While she continues to deal with love triangles, Violetta will also face new challenges and changes in her life.
In Season 3, the gang, now professionals, start their final year at Studio On Beat
, meaning it's time for everyone to start thinking about their plans for the future. Violetta and Léon (Jorge Blanco)
continue pursue a relationship together, but, as with the previous season, deal with a few relationship problems. Violetta also tries to deal with the relationship her dad has with Priscila (Florencia Ortiz), who just happens to be the mother of Ludmila (Mercedes Lambre), her rival from through out the series
The is the first Disney Channel
series to be co-produced with Pol-Ka Productions. Violetta
is shot in Argentina, but has a multinational cast and is broadcast in throughout all of Latin America, most EMA territories, and some of Southeast Asia. In the United States, the first season aired in Spanish on Azteca from September 1st, 2014 to December 19.
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