Wednesday, October 04, 2017

Nickelodeon Latinoamérica To Premiere "Kally's MashUp" On Monday 23rd October 2017

Nickelodeon Latinoamérica (Latin America) will host the super premiere of Kally's MashUp, a brand-new musical series that follows the adventures of a 13-year-old music prodigy, on Monday 23rd October 2017!


Kally's MashUp ¡Super Estreno! 23 de Octubre. Solo en Nickelodeon!

Created by Anders and Anthony Falcon, Kally's MashUp is inspired by the real life and musical trajectory of Adam Anders. The story follows the adventures of Kally, a 13-year-old music prodigy who tries to balance her life as a piano virtuoso with that of a regular teenager, after moving from a small town to the most prominent music university in the country. Although everyone thinks she was born to be a classical piano player, her true dream and passion is to be a pop star.


Comprised of 60 hour-long episodes, the music series will feature original songs composed by Anders, his wife, Nikki Anders, and his longtime collaborator, Peer Astrom. Anders will serve as executive producer for the show and oversee all the music featured in the series.



The series will star a very talented cast from Argentina and Mexico, headed by Maia Reficco in the role of Kally, Alex Hoyer as Dante, Sarah Cobo playing Gloria, Mariano Chiesa, Betina O’Connell, Marita Ballesteros, Emiliano Dionisi, Josefina Scaglione, Sebastián Holz, Francisco Donovan, Daniel Campomenosi, Sarai Meza, Jackie Castañeda, Fer Serrano, Tomás Carullo, Tupac Larriera, Daniela Flombaum, José G. Zapiola, Lalo Brito, Milagros Masini, Celeste Sanazi, Camila Mateos, Cintia Torres Garcia, Facundo Giordano, Julieta Perez Cieri, Juan Martin Delgado, Carla Guidobono, Maximiliano Morales, Lucas Noacco, Florencia Ortega, Mario Juangorena and Sofia Miramon.


Online at mundonick.com, fans can find out more about the series and the characters featured in the show: Kally, Dante, Gloria, Andy, Tina, Lucy, Tommy, Alex y Kevin, Las Gloriosas (Stefi y Nicole), Lisa, and Olivia, as well as watch exclusive video clips from the series!

Kally's MashUp will debut pan-regionally on Nickelodeon Latinoamérica and later on Telefe, Argentina's leading network, which will also have exclusive distribution rights for the series in Latin America. Kally's MashUp marks the first co-production between Nickelodeon Latinoamérica, Telefe, Adam Anders, and 360 Powwow. The show recently started production at Telefe Studios in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

To celebrate the debut of Kally's MashUp, Nickelodeon Latinoamérica aired two Kally's MashUp behind-the-scenes specials in September 2017, which looked at the characters, storylines, music and dancing that will be featured in the series.

In his successful career as a music producer, Adam Anders sold more than 100 million albums and composed music for some of the most successful movies and television series in history, including Glee. His songs broke many records, and his work has earned him four Grammy nominations, two People's Choice Awards, two Golden Globes and an ARIA Award. Anders has an unparalleled record of writing and producing hit songs for artists such as Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, Backstreet Boys, among others.


360 Powwow is a television and production consultancy led by Daniel Gutman which specializes in co-productions for the United States, US Hispanic, Latin American and Spanish markets, with thousands of hours produced for prominent television channels in these territories. Some recent 360 Powwow co-productions include Dance!, an 80-episode youth drama-comedy series co-produced with Rosenbush / Border (executive producers of High School Musical); and El Lider de la Manada, a reality show with the world-renowned dog trainer, Cesar Millan (Mutt & Stuff) for Cuatro (España).


Más Nick: Nickelodeon Announces Kids' Choice Awards Colombia 2017 Winners | #KCAColombia!
Follow NickALive! on Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, via RSS, on Instagram, and/or Facebook for the latest Nickelodeon Latin America and Kally's MashUp News and Highlights!

No comments: