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  • Awesome Music:
    • Así Yo Soy
    • Si vuelvo a nacer
    • Lo Que Me Hace Bien
    • Gritarle al mundo
    • Dar la Vuelta al Mundo
    • Karma
    • Harta De Ti
    • Voy por más
    • Una vez más
    • Sentirse bien

  • Fandom Rivalry:
    • Of all things, the BTS fandom, likely due to the accusations of plagiarism in the "Grita" music video.
    • And, of course, another exists with the Soy Luna fandom. Showing a teaser for BIA during Luna's series finale did not make the latter's fandom feel good at all.
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  • Harsher in Hindsight: At some point, Mara gets Carmín to do a video in collaboration with a (fake) organization dedicated to saving an endangered bird in the Amazon rainforest. This happened while news was circulating about the real Amazon going through horrific fires, which may have resulted in Disney privating the corresponding YouTube video to go with it (which can be seen here).
  • Jerkass Woobie: Paula Gutiérrez is a resentful and spiteful person who constantly insults Helena and the Urquizas because she blames Helena for the accident that killed one of her sons and disabled one of her other sons. But considering that her husband cheated on her and conceived a son with the other woman. It’s not hard to feel sorry for her. There’s also the fact that aside from her hatred against the Urquizas and her bad treatment of Manuel note , Paula was shown to be a friendly and cordial person who just suffered a lot.
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  • Narm: Seeing them try to pass a nearly 30 year old man as a teenager makes it hard to take flashbacks involving Victor seriously.
  • Narrowed It Down to the Guy I Recognize: Starting mid-season 1, Nicole Luis (known for her main roles in popular TV shows Patito Feo and Cuando Toca la Campana) appears as secondary character Soledad, a Kunst resident who takes an interest in Thiago. While most Kunst residents besides those that are main characters have very minor roles in the plot, Soledad is revealed to secretly work for Thiago's stepmother Alana who wants to take ownership of the residence and leave Thiago with nothing.
  • No Such Thing as Bad Publicity: An in-universe example - when rumours start circulating that Alex and Carmín might be back together, Antonio thinks Alex should take advantage of this to gain fame, even though he's getting hate comments about it.
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  • Squick: The romantic subplot between Chiara, a high school student, and Guillermo, a LAIX employee who is considered experienced enough to be their CEO.note 
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot:
    • As brought up by caitlovesdisney, season 1 had a subplot with Celeste learning that going to therapy is nothing to be ashamed of. Then, by the time the second season starts, she ditches her therapy for... a podcast. The host of the podcast ends up being a really insecure person hiding behind a facade, but not much else is done with that subplot.
    • Un Mundo al Revés would have been a good opportunity to bring back Lucas, but he never appears in the special and no mention of him is made by his family. It may be somewhat justified as there's already a great load of characters to juggle around in a movie.
  • Tough Act to Follow: From rumors that tickets for their concert tour weren't really selling before the pandemic forced them to cancel it, to Disney Channel Spain inadvertently forcing Disney Latino to air the remainder of season 2 at short notice instead of pausing their run, it seems that the show has not been embraced as much as its predecessors.
  • True Art Is Angsty: After DIY crafts don't work out for her as a way to get over her breakup, Chiara desides to channel her pain into writing poetry, lampshading this trope.
  • Unintentionally Unsympathetic: Victor towards the end of the series as far as Ana/Helena is concerned. He expects her to leave Thiago and the country just to be with him, not taking her own feelings into consideration. Sure, she was his big first love and he spent 10 years thinking she was dead, but he still comes off as unsympathetic.

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