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** In 2x28, Bia and Ana/ Helena talk about their native country Brazil and mention surfing twice. In the next scene, Bia's parents reminisce about Brazil and call Bia a siren because she loved spending time in the water. Isabela Souza (Bia) made her acting debut in the Disney Channel Brazil show Juacas, portraying a member of the all-girls competitive surfing team called "Sirenas".

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** In 2x28, Bia and Ana/ Helena Ana[=/=]Helena talk about their native country Brazil and mention surfing twice. In the next scene, Bia's parents reminisce about Brazil and call Bia a siren because she loved spending time in the water. Isabela Souza (Bia) made her acting debut in the Disney Channel Brazil show Juacas, portraying a member of the all-girls competitive surfing team called "Sirenas".



** Gabriela di Grecco portrays present day Helena/ Ana as well as teenage Helena from ten years ago. In the present day, it is an aversion, but it's played straight as a line in flashbacks.

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** Gabriela di Grecco portrays present day Helena/ Ana Helena[=/=]Ana as well as teenage Helena from ten years ago. In the present day, it is an aversion, but it's played straight as a line in flashbacks.



** The only known aversion among the teenage cast is Manuel, who is supposed to be a first- year college student in season 1. His actor is 18 - younger than Bia's actress who plays a 16-year-old at 20.

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** The only known aversion among the teenage cast is Manuel, who is supposed to be a first- year first-year college student in season 1. His actor is 18 - younger than Bia's actress who plays a 16-year-old at 20.



* DemotedToExtra: Happened to Aillen during development. When the series was first announced, she was the title character, but she's just an AdvertisedExtra in the final product.

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* DemotedToExtra: Happened Might have happened to Aillen during development. When the series was first announced, leaked, she was rumored to be the title character, but she's just an AdvertisedExtra in the final product.product.
* DyeingForYourArt: Daniela Trujillo bleached and dyed her hair for ''Un Mundo al Revés''.



* PopCultureUrbanLegends: After seeing false episode titles widely circulating for ''Violetta'' and ''Soy Luna'', the tradition continues with this show. [[DownplayedTrope Sort of...]] Editors on the English and Spanish versions of Wiki/TheOtherWiki have been more strict with the edits made for articles on the show, which has been effective in lessening the circulation of false episode titles. However, there are still a set of fanmade titles out there.

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* MissingTrailerScene: One of the promotional pictures from [[https://disneylatino.com/tv/bia Disney's website]] depicts a young Helena outside of a carwreck. Nothing like this ever appears in the series itself.
* PopCultureUrbanLegends: After seeing false episode titles widely circulating for ''Violetta'' and ''Soy Luna'', the tradition continues with this show. [[DownplayedTrope Sort of...]] Editors on the English and Spanish versions of Wiki/TheOtherWiki have been more strict with the edits made for articles on the show, which has been effective in lessening the circulation of false episode titles. However, there are still a set of fanmade titles out there.



* ScheduleSlip: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it was revealed that the first 39 episodes were dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.

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* ScheduleSlip: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it was revealed that pandemic, with the first 39 following 9 episodes were dubbed before closure.releasing onto VOD. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.



** This ended up affecting the show's original schedule in Hispanic America - the remainder of the season was going to resume in July after repeats of previous episodes would have ended, but because of how readily available the episodes (and spoilers) became from... ''[[DigitalPiracyIsEvil other]]'' sources, the schedule was changed with less than a week's notice to begin airing them the week after they did in Spain. Since Spain airs four episodes a week as opposed to five in Latin America, the season finale aired in Latin America the day after it aired in Spain.

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** This ended up affecting the show's original schedule in Hispanic America - the remainder of the season was going to resume in July after repeats of previous episodes would have ended, but because of how readily available the episodes (and spoilers) became from... ''[[DigitalPiracyIsEvil other]]'' sources, the schedule was changed with less than a week's notice to begin airing them the week after they did in Spain. Since Spain airs aired four episodes a week as opposed to five in Latin America, the season finale aired in Latin America the day after it aired in Spain.


* ContentLeak: Of all things, a promotional picture of ''Un Mundo al Revés'' leaked from a screenshot taken during a Zoom call for Disney employees that happened in August 2020. The special would not be officially revealed until November of that year.



* ContentLeak: Of all things, a promotional picture of ''Un Mundo al Revés'' leaked from a screenshot taken during a Zoom call for Disney employees that happened in August 2020. The special would not be officially revealed until November of that year.


* BonusMaterial: The videos that the influencers make on the show are often uploaded onto Disney Latino's [=YouTube=] channel, in some cases they're longer than on the show itself. Interestingly, these videos have English subtitles available despite the show not having any signs of an English localization yet.

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* BonusMaterial: The videos that the influencers make on the show are often uploaded onto Disney Latino's [=YouTube=] channel, in some cases they're longer than on the show itself. Interestingly, these videos have had English subtitles available from the start despite the show not having had any signs of an English localization release yet.



* CutSong: During promotion for the first season of the series, a handful of songs that were not featured in the series proper were shown in trailers and performed at live events. These include: "¿Cuando pasó?", "Harta de ti", "Una vez más", and "Voy". Fans were confused as the season ended without any sign of these songs, but in a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], they turned out to be for the second season and were included on the album ''Grita''.

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* CutSong: During promotion for the first season of the series, a handful of songs that were not featured in the series proper were shown in trailers and performed at live events. These [[labelnote:*]]These include: "¿Cuando pasó?", "Harta de ti", "Una vez más", and "Voy". "Voy".[[/labelnote]] Fans were confused as the season ended without any sign of these songs, them, but in a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], they turned out to be for the second season and were included on the album ''Grita''.''Grita''.
* ContentLeak: Of all things, a promotional picture of ''Un Mundo al Revés'' leaked from a screenshot taken during a Zoom call for Disney employees that happened in August 2020. The special would not be officially revealed until November of that year.



* ScheduleSlip: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.
* ShortRunInPeru: On the other side of the pond; Spain, which usually receives shows from Disney Latino ''months'' after they originally start, ended up being the first to receive the last third of season 2 due to a lack of mid-season breaks in their run. However, this may have been a result of [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the network burning off the show at 11pm]].

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* ScheduleSlip: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] COVID-19 pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested it was revealed that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.
* ShortRunInPeru: On the other side of the pond; Spain, which usually receives shows from Disney Latino ''months'' after they originally start, ended up being the first to receive the last third rest of season 2 due to a lack of mid-season breaks in their run. However, this may have been a result of [[ScrewedByTheNetwork the network burning off the show at 11pm]].


** Played straight with Bia, who is Brazilian on her mother's side and Argentinian on her father's side. Isabela Souza is Brazilian on both sides.

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** Played straight with Bia, Bia and Helena, who is are Brazilian on her their mother's side and Argentinian on her their father's side. Isabela Souza is and Gabriella Di Grecco are Brazilian on both sides.


* ScheduleSlip:
* During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.

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* ScheduleSlip:
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ScheduleSlip: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September of that year.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Katja Martínez was unable to reprise her role of Jazmín in the second season due to her pregnancy, so Malena Ratner as Delfi appears instead.


* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September 14 of that year.

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* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: ScheduleSlip:
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During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September 14 of that year.



** This ended up affecting the show's original schedule in Hispanic America - the remainder of the season was going to resume in July after repeats of previous episodes would have ended, but because of how readily available the episodes (and spoilers) became from... ''[[DigitalPiracyIsEvil other]]'' sources, the schedule was changed with less than a week's notice to begin airing them the week after they did in Spain. Since Spain airs four episodes a week as opposed to five in Latin America, the season finale is expected to air in Latin America the day after it airs in Spain.

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** This ended up affecting the show's original schedule in Hispanic America - the remainder of the season was going to resume in July after repeats of previous episodes would have ended, but because of how readily available the episodes (and spoilers) became from... ''[[DigitalPiracyIsEvil other]]'' sources, the schedule was changed with less than a week's notice to begin airing them the week after they did in Spain. Since Spain airs four episodes a week as opposed to five in Latin America, the season finale is expected to air aired in Latin America the day after it airs aired in Spain.

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* RealitySubtext: The message of the song "Aquí me encontrarás" felt very relevant [[UsefulNotes/COVID19Pandemic for the time it came out in]]. A music video, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Smp7t0RPf8 which features the cast performing the song from their own homes via video call]], aired after the season 2 finale in Hispanic America to take advantage of this coincidence.
--->''No importa la distancia, aquí me encontrarás...''[[labelnote:*]]Distance does not matter, you'll find me here.[[/labelnote]]


* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure.

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* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. Episodes would not resume on the network until September 14 of that year.


* RomanceOnTheSet: Jandino and Andrea De Alba met on set and started dating some time later.

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* RomanceOnTheSet: Jandino and Andrea De Alba met on set and started dating some time later. So did Guido Messina and Giulia Guerrini.

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* PopCultureUrbanLegends: After seeing false episode titles widely circulating for ''Violetta'' and ''Soy Luna'', the tradition continues with this show. [[DownplayedTrope Sort of...]] Editors on the English and Spanish versions of Wiki/TheOtherWiki have been more strict with the edits made for articles on the show, which has been effective in lessening the circulation of false episode titles. However, there are still a set of fanmade titles out there.


* RomanceOnSet: Jandino and Andrea De Alba met on set and started dating some time later.

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* RomanceOnSet: RomanceOnTheSet: Jandino and Andrea De Alba met on set and started dating some time later.


* RomanceOnSet: Jandino and Andrea De Alba met on set and started dating some time later.



** Nicole Luis, known for Patito Feo (2007) and Cuando Toca La Campana (2011-2013), appears in BIA as Soledad, a secondary character.

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** Nicole Luis, known for Patito Feo (2007) and Cuando Toca La Campana (2011-2013), appears in BIA as Soledad, a secondary character.character.
** Downplayed with Facundo Gambande as Marcelo, a former Moondust member, who first appeared in Series/{{Violetta}} as Maxi six years before BIA premiered, and hadn't acted in any Disney Channel series in-between, but did have other roles outside the network.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The show's [[CharacterBlog Instagram accounts]] used to post stories as episodes aired for the first time, often being of moments not seen on the show itself. Most of what they posted was not saved to any Story Highlights.


* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. The remaining 9 dubbed episodes are set to (officially) air in Brazil in July 2020 as the rest of Latin America receives the last part of the season.

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* ScheduleSlip[=/=]LateExportForYou: During season 2's first run, the first 40 episodes were aired before its mid-season break in Hispanic America. In Brazil, where episodes had been airing simultaneously with Portuguese dubbing, only the first 30 aired due to the closing of studios during the [[UsefulNotes/CoronavirusDisease2019Pandemic COVID-19]] pandemic. However, the episodes' availability on VOD services in May 2020 suggested that the first 39 episodes were completely dubbed before closure. The remaining 9 dubbed episodes are set to (officially) air in Brazil in July 2020 as the rest of Latin America receives the last part of the season.

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