The Casagrandes is a spin-off of the hugely popular Daytime Emmy Award-winning Nickelodeon children’s animation The Loud House. That show revolves around a boy called Lincoln Loud and this new series follows his friend Ronnie Anne Santiago, who moves to the big city with her mother, Maria, and her older brother, Bobby, to live with their multigenerational Mexican-American family, the Casagrandes. They find themselves in a chaotic home full of aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins.

Ronnie Anne, Bobby and Maria appeared in several episodes of The Loud House, but really come into their own in this show that’s rich in Latin American culture. Kids will love the classic comic strip-inspired artwork and Mexican colour palette, and relate to Ronnie Anne’s challenges as she makes new friends in a multicultural city.

Kids will love the classic comic strip-inspired artwork and Mexican colour palette, and relate to Ronnie Anne’s challenges as she makes new friends in a multicultural city.

 

Meet the familia

Ronalda “Ronnie” Anne Santiago (voiced by Izabella Alvarez) is Lincoln Loud’s former classmate and friend. She’s a tough 11-year-old tomboy who enjoys skateboarding, playing video games and pranks. She is kind-hearted and tries to help those in her life any way she can.

Roberto Alejandro Martinez-Millan Luis “Bobby” Santiago Jr (voiced by Carlos PenaVega) is Ronnie Anne’s 17-year-old older brother. He works in the Casagrande family bodega as cashier and stock boy.

Maria Casagrande-Santiago (voiced by Sumalee Montano) is Ronnie Anne and Bobby’s mother. She works as an emergency room nurse at a local hospital.

Melissa Joan Hart and Ken Jeong voice neighbours Mr and Mrs Chang, who strike up a friendship with the Casagrande family.

The Casagrandes starts Monday 30 March on Nickelodeon (305) at 14:50

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