In a story that reflects the teen star's own real life, Martina Stoessel ("Tini") will leave behind the world of Violetta. Striking out alone, she journeys to the Italian countryside where ... See full summary »
Juan Pablo Buscarini
Luna Valente lives with her family in Cancún, Mexico. She goes to school, has her own group of friends, has a job, and loves to skate. However, her life changes when her parents are given a... See full summary »
Bia loves drawing and painting. She and her two best friends spend their time in the Fundom, a place where they and influencers enjoy showing their talents, especially dancing and singing. ... See full summary »
Follows Liv, a popular television star whose show has just finished its run, and Maddie, an outstanding student and school basketball star whose popularity is on the rise, until Liv makes a return to their high school.
Tenzing Norgay Trainor
A girl Violetta returned home after living in Europe for a while. She is living with her father because her mom died. As she is back in her home town. She learns about music, friendship, and her dad as well. She how Violetta goes through go/bad life. Stick around see how her adventure goes.
Horribly dubbed show with paper-thin characters that will dull down children's' minds.
This show is awful, as many people have said it's a new low for Disney. The characters are paper thin, over acted, and the dubbing is awful. It's incredibly disorienting when it comes to watching the show because none of the characters' lip movements match the dialogue. Furthermore, the characters' voices are do NOT match their characters at all. The story is completely uninspired and the show won't encourage or inspire children at all. It follows the Disney Channel trend of people who are pop-stars that have family issues, etc. It's bland. Plus, there are too many characters for the show to handle, and the plot line itself is hard to follow too.
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