Casagrande’s will be making a comeback for their third season. Nickelodeon’s Emmy-winning series The Casagrande will reopen for season three after the second season.
The Casagrandes, a spin-off from The Loud House, debuted in October 2019 as the second best animated property on television with toddlers aged 2-11. Season three is currently in production at Nickelodeon Animation Studio.
Ronnie Anne’s story is told by The Casagrandes, who accompanied her mother and older brother to town so they could live with their sweet, caring family, The Casagrandes.
This series showcases the culture, humor and, most importantly, love that has been part of the creation of a multi-generational Mexican-American family. Ronnie will be seen on various adventures with his family while visiting different parts of the city in Season 3.
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According to Ramsey Naito, president of Nickelodeon Animation, “Our fans have enjoyed the variety of characters, related stories and royal animations in The Casagrandes since its release last year.”
The show’s popularity was due to the direction well executed, highlighting the love and happiness of a family living in a world that reflects our own. Season two premiered on October 9 with “Fails from the Crypt,” in which children attempted to break through a limited list by spending the night in a graveyard, chased by Bad Cluck, a possessed chicken who harassed the Casagrandes. Season two will premiere worldwide after this year.
The Casagrandes is the story of Ronnie Anne, who moves to the city with her mother and older brother to live with their large, loving family, the Casagrandes. Growing up in a multi-generational Mexican-American family is reflected in the series’ culture, satire, and affection. Ronnie Anne and her family embark on a series of adventures while visiting different parts of the city in Season 3.