A new hero is born in this hilarious, animated adventure of epic proportions. Timo, a student at the Gladiators' Academy in Rome, has no desire to become a legendary gladiator like his ... See full summary »
At Alfea College, Stella, Aisha, Flora, Musa, and Tecna all graduate and become fairy guardians of their home planets. But, Bloom must watch graduation from the sidelines. The Winx try to save Bloom's parents and the planet.
It's a fantasy adventure with Bloom, Stella, Flora, Musa, Tecna & Aisha, the Winx Club! They use their magical powers to fight evil. The Winx Club takes girl power to new heights, with six ... See full summary »
Maria Jose Estevez
Lok and Sophie happen upon a journal left by Lok's father. The Organization, a group of evil Seekers, is after the book, and to survive they must join a group of good Seekers under master adventurer Dante and lone wolf Zhalia.
Ever since her mum died, María has taken care of her father and her siblings. That's why her father's announcement of marriage to his nurse brings María's world crashing down around her. At the age of 35, she'll have to change her fate.
José Ángel Egido,
After seeing an ad of the show a few days ago, I looked for its Wikipedia page to learn more about it. Upon briefly reading about it on Wikipedia, I found out that 44 Cats is a hit show in Italy that somehow made its way to other countries, including the U.S.
When I watched a half-minute clip of the Italian version, I find it decent. The graphics are very colorful, and the voices perfectly fit the characters.
But upon seeing some clips of the English version which will air really soon, I can't say that I feel the same way about that one. The colorful graphics are retained, but the voices of Lampo and Meatball (and some other male characters) are too feminine. I don't know why but the English dub is a complete travesty of a great Italian series.
With this, I'm sticking with the Italian version.
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