Tuesday, December 01, 2020

CG Animation Explained in UNDER 5 MINUTES! ✍️ | Nickelodeon Animation

CG Animation Explained in UNDER 5 MINUTES! ✍️ | Nickelodeon Animation

Got five minutes to learn about CG (aka 3D) Animation? Hear from one of Nickelodeon Animation's experts, Patrick Krebs (Sr. Supervising Producer), break it down in an easy to understand format.

For an even more in-depth explanation, check out the full video this is clipped from HERE: http://nickalive.blogspot.com/2020/11/how-we-make-3d-cartoons-animation-101.html

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Nicktoons Global to Premiere New 'The Loud House' Special 'Schooled!' on Saturday 12th December 2020

NickToons Global will premiere the brand new The Loud House hour-long special "Schooled!" on Saturday 12th December 2020 at 18:30! The special launches season 5 of Nickelodeon's hit animated comedy series.

In the series’ first one-hour special, “Schooled!” Lincoln and his friends are now in middle school, facing new challenges and adventures as they acclimate to the new school’s hierarchy. Each sister has also moved up a grade, making Leni the oldest in the house, while Lori starts her freshman year of college. The special also features two original songs written by Michelle Lewis and Doug Rockwell: “We Got This,” and “Welcome to Canada.” Throughout season five, big adventures and big changes are in store for the Loud siblings as they continue to grow and evolve.

NickToons Global is available in Central Eastern Europe, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia and more.

Originally published: Tuesday, December 01, 2020.

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It's Fishmas! | Baby Shark's Big Show Teaser | Nickelodeon | Baby Shark Cartoon

It's Fishmas! | Baby Shark's Big Show Teaser | Nickelodeon | Baby Shark Cartoon

๐ŸŽ„ Celebrate this Holiday Season with Baby Shark and William! ๐ŸŽ„

Don't miss Baby Shark's Big Show the Christmas Premiere, coming to you on December 11, 2020, only on Nickelodeon! Swim over to the following page for more info!: http://nickalive.blogspot.com/2020/10/nickelodeon-to-premiere-baby-sharks-big.html

With Fishmas just around the corner, the season’s hottest toy— Burpin’ Bubbz – is at the top of Baby and William’s wish lists. But when Santa Jaws goes missing, it’s all fins on deck to save Fishmas!

More Nick: Nickelodeon Holiday Programming Guide!

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Netflix UK Adds Nickelodeon UK Favourites 'Sister Sister' and 'Moesha'

Mo to the! E to the! Netflix UK & Ireland will be shaking up the family tree with sibling synchronicity this November with the addition to two Classic Nickelodeon UK favourites, Sister Sister and Moesha!

Netflix will add all six seasons of Sister Sister, starring real life twin sisters Tia Mowry-Hardrict & Tamera Mowry on Friday, November 6, whilst Moesha, starring Brandy will be added to the streaming service on Friday 20th November 2020! The shows will also be added to Netflix Canada on the same days.

Sister Sister theme songs:

Moesha theme song:

3 Episodes of Moesha You Have To Watch in 2020 | Netflix

It’s been 24 years since Moesha started airing, but the show is just as relevant today as it was then. These 3 episodes of Moesha are must-see TV in 2020.

Moesha First Ever Scene - Moesha Oversleeps & Meet the Mitchell Family

Here's a burst of nineties nostalgia from the classic American sitcom, Moesha. Brandy Norwood was our childhood idol then, and she’s still our idol today. Here’s the very first scene from the show, where we meet the Mitchell family at breakfast for the very first time. Watch Moesha in full on Netflix UK/IE.

First and Last Lines Spoken In Sister, Sister | Netflix

After 6 hilarious seasons, sitcom Sister, Sister said goodbye to the ‘90s and identical twins Tia and Tamera. In this video, we round up every first and last line from them and our favourite characters: Lisa, Raymond, Tyreke, Jordan and Roger, dating back to the very first series. Caution: it gets adorable.

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Originally published: Friday, November 06, 2020.

Additional source: Genius.

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Camp Stories #17 | Creator Camp | Nickelodeon Netherlands


Welkom bij 'De Grote Vicky Talkshow'! Vandaag gaan we het hebben over online pesten en je anders voordoen op het internet dan je bent.. ๐ŸŽ™️

CAMP STORIES zijn extra web-only vlogs van onze getalenteerde kampleden en Vicky. Elke dinsdag en donderdag om 19.30 uur uploaden we een nieuwe video.

In Creator Camp volgen we Felice, Saar, Zef, Asha en Cas. Zij zijn toegelaten tot het exclusieve kamp en hebben alle vijf een ander talent wat zij op het kamp willen ontwikkelen. Dyanthe Willems, leider van het kamp, stoomt samen met haar team van professionals de talenten klaar tot digital creators. Vicky, de dochter van de terreineigenaar, wil zelf ook creator worden en probeert dan ook zoveel mogelijk van het kamp mee te krijgen.

Creator Camp zie je iedere maandag tot en met donderdag om 19:30 op Nickelodeon. ๐Ÿงก

Meer informatie: http://nickalive.blogspot.com/2020/09/nickelodeon-benelux-to-premiere-creator.html

Volg ook @CreatorCampNL op Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/creatorcampnl/?hl=nl

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Nick Jr. Israel to Premiere 'Craft Party: Shi-ya & Moore's Food Stand' Soon

Nick Jr. Israel (ื™ִืฉְׂืจָืֵืœ) will premiere Craft Party: Shi-ya & Moore's Food Stand, a cooking-themed spin-off from the channel's hit DIY series Craft Party in which Shi-ya and Moore will teach preschoolers how to make delicious treats very soon!:

ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื”: ื”ื“ื•ื›ืŸ ืฉืœ ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื•ืžื•ืจ ๐Ÿญ ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ื‘ืขืจื•ืฅ ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ
ื ื™ืง ื’'ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ ื™ืฉืจืืœ

ื‘ืจื•ื›ื™ื ื”ื‘ืื™ื ืœืขื•ื ื” ื”ื›ื™ ื˜ืขื™ืžื” ืฉืœ ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื”!  ื‘ื›ืœ ืคืจืง ืžื•ืจ ื•ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื™ืœืžื“ื• ืืชื›ื ืœื”ื›ื™ืŸ ืžืื›ืœื™ื 
ื™ืคื™ื, ื™ืฆื™ืจืชื™ื™ื ื•ื˜ืขื™ืžื™ื, ื•ื™ื–ืžื™ื ื• ื—ื‘ืจื™ื ืœืžืกื™ื‘ื” ื‘ื“ื•ื›ืŸ ื”ื—ื“ืฉ ืฉืœื”ืŸ. ืื– ื‘ื•ืื• ื ืชื—ื™ืœ!
ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื” - ื”ื“ื•ื›ืŸ ืฉืœ ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื•ืžื•ืจ | ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ื‘ืขืจื•ืฅ ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ

ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื•ืžื•ืจ ืžื›ื™ื ื•ืช ืฉื•ืงื•ืœื“ ืคืฆืคืฆื™ื ๐Ÿซ ืžืชื•ืš ื”ืขื•ื ื” ื”ื—ื“ืฉื” ืฉืœ ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื” | ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ื‘ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ❗️

ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื•ืžื•ืจ ืžืœืžื“ื•ืช ืœื”ื›ื™ืŸ ืฉื•ืงื•ืœื“ ืคืฆืคืฆื™ื ืžื˜ืจื™ืฃ ื‘ืžื™ื•ื—ื“! ๐Ÿซ

ื”ืขื•ื ื” ื”ื—ื“ืฉื” ืฉืœ ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื” ืžื’ื™ืขื” ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ืœืขืจื•ืฅ ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ❗️

#ื ื™ืงื’ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ #ืžืกื™ื‘ืชื™ืฆื™ืจื”

ืžืฉื—ืง ื ื™ื—ื•ืฉื™ื ืฉืœ ืจืขืฉื™ื ืงืจืื ืฆ׳ื™ื ๐Ÿ”Š ืžืชื•ืš ื”ืขื•ื ื” ื”ื—ื“ืฉื” ืฉืœ ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื” | ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ื‘ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ❗️

ืฉื™-ื™ื” ื•ืžื•ืจ ื‘ืžืฉื—ืง ื ื™ื—ื•ืฉื™ื ืฉืœ ืจืขืฉื™ื ืงืจืื ืฆ׳ื™ื™ื! ๐Ÿ”Š

ื”ืขื•ื ื” ื”ื—ื“ืฉื” ืฉืœ ืžืกื™ื‘ืช ื™ืฆื™ืจื” ืžื’ื™ืขื” ื‘ืงืจื•ื‘ ืœืขืจื•ืฅ ื ื™ืง ื’׳ื•ื ื™ื•ืจ❗️

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Originally published: Monday, November 23, 2020.
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Voice Actor Rob Paulsen on His Iconic Roles, from TMNT and Animaniacs to Jimmy Neutron and Rick and Morty

Talking to Rob Paulsen is like taking a guided tour through an exhibition of the last three decades' most beloved animated characters. One of the most prolific and versatile voice actors of his generation, Paulsen can still slip into his most famous voices at the drop of a hat, from Pinky's (of Pinky and the Brain) Cockney twang to Carl Wheezer's raspy whimper. And after almost 40 years in the business, he's lost none of his love for and delight in his profession.

Animaniacs LIVE!. Credit: Rebecca Sapp/WireImage

"Those of us who are lucky enough to make a living doing any sort of performing, we're incredibly fortunate," Paulsen says. "I'm so glad that I get how fortunate I am to do things like this, and to let people know that folks who do this completely understand how lucky we are to do it. And all that does is inspire us to do it better."

His latest stroke of good fortune: reprising his iconic roles in a revival of beloved '90s animated series Animaniacs alongside costars Tress MacNeille (Hey Arnold!, Rugrats), Jess Harnell (Big Time Rush), and Maurice LaMarche (Hey Arnold!, Futurama). With the reboot now streaming on Hulu, Paulsen spoke to Entertainment Weekly about some of the highlights in his storied career.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987-1995, 2012-2017)

Paulsen’s breakthrough came when he scored the role of Raphael on the original TMNT animated series. Decades later, he swapped shells to voice Donatello on Nickelodeon’s 2012 reboot, voice directs the current iteration of the franchise, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, in which he even guest starred in an episode along with LaMarche.

ROB PAULSEN: At the first recording session [for the reboot], I sat next to Sean Astin, [the new voice of Raphael], and he had a line that was a bit of a tongue-twister, and he had trouble getting through it. So about the fourth try on the line, I said [to the director], “I just want you to know, if he’s having trouble, I can do it if you really need me to.” And everybody laughed, and Sean’s face turned bright red. He goes, “Oh my God. Raphael is here, telling me that he can do Raphael better than I can.” It was great.

Turtles was a total game-changer. It was the first thing I got involved with where I had any tangential celebrity, but moreover, it allowed me to do unbelievable amounts of charity work, stuff that I never in a million years thought that I’d be able to do. Turtles is a big deal to millions of people, and not just kids. That is really what was the glorious aspect — it showed me the power of joy, and the power of these characters. I don’t even know how to quantify what that means to me, [when] somebody says, “My older brother is 36 years old, and he’s going through pancreatic cancer, and he’d really love to talk to Raphael.” And that happens all the time. That is what was such a game-changer, to know that something I would do for free has such a deep connection to millions of people. And I’ve gotten two cracks at it!

Animaniacs (1993-1998, 2020)

The Steven Spielberg-produced series gave Paulsen not one, but two of his signature characters — the mischievous Yakko Warner and the dull-witted mouse Pinky — and became a cultural phenomenon that took his career to a whole new level.

RP: Animaniacs was the only time in my life, before or since, that I was really aware and very cognizant of that axiom that luck is when opportunity meets preparation. I had already had five years of Ninja Turtles, which had changed my career. You get involved with something that becomes iconic and sells a lot of product and gets hundreds of episodes, all of a sudden people pay attention, so you get more auditions and all that stuff. But [with Animaniacs], I really felt like, “Holy smoke. If I can book this gig, this is going to be a big deal.” And I was right. If Turtles changed my career trajectory, Animaniacs changed my life, because it really played to my strengths. Singing, singing in character, working with people I knew, creating new characters — not having to try to do my version of something that was already well-known by millions. It was overwhelming, truly, in the most glorious sense. And personally, the dividends were far, far more than just a nice paycheck.

A Goofy Movie (1995)

Paulsen voiced Max Goof’s best friend P.J. on Disney’s Goof Troop and its big-screen adaptation. Though not a major success upon release, A Goofy Movie has become an unexpected cult favorite in the decades since.

RP: Five years ago, I got a call from Disney about [coming to] their D23 event for the 20th anniversary of A Goofy Movie. And I said, “Oh, sure. I'm really flattered that they're bringing us down there.” And the guy said, “Oh, dude. You don't know? It's huge.” I started laughing, and I said, “You're kidding me.” “Oh my God, no. We have a thousand-seat auditorium, and it'll be full.” And it was! They had to turn people away. I truly didn’t know. It turned out to be a really good movie, and it has really withstood the test of time. I think the reason is because, like a lot of other Disney projects, it really hits people where they live. Let me tell you, [Goofy voice actor] Billy Farmer is one really fine actor, and when you watch the scenes between Max and Goofy, the joy and the heartbreak and the difficulty in understanding one another, all that s--- that real humans go through, is beautifully portrayed. Billy is wealthy in spirit and bank account for very good reasons.

The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius (2002-2006)

Another of Paulsen’s roles that took on a life he never expected was Carl Wheezer, Jimmy Neutron’s hyper-allergic and much less intelligent best friend. The actor voiced Carl in the 2001 Nickelodeon film as well as its spin-off TV series.

RP: I love Carl, because it's a totally different character for me, and I made some conscious choices that I think helped define the character. I appropriated P.J. and tweaked him a bit [for Carl], but I decided to add that sort of lazy L — Tom Brokaw is a great example, [where] the L is a glottal L, it’s in the back of his throat. It's a subtle thing, but it’s an endearing little vocal hook that played really well. And that was a total choice from yours truly. And the cool thing is that the folks making the show heard it and said, “Let's keep that in.” Also, I'm a fairly good improviser, and I would add things like, if Carl would fall off a llama, I’d say, “I think I dislocated my scapula.” Scapula is a funny word, and it also has an L in it. And when I say “scapula,” it works perfectly for Carl.

Carl's kind of become iconic in a backhanded sort of way. I just joined TikTok six weeks ago; [there are] like 115 million Carl Wheezer interpretations! Talk about the sincerest form of flattery. I’m so incredibly humbled by that. People love that guy. I put my own [Carl voice] on there and said I'm really who I am, and people said, “Oh, you're not really the guy.” I was like, “Why would I lie about that?” [Laughs]

Rick and Morty (2013)

If there’s one project besides Animaniacs that Paulsen knew right away would be something special, it’s Adult Swim’s acclaimed sci-fi series. The actor played super-intelligent canine Snowball on “Lawnmower Dog,” the show’s second episode.

RP: When [co-creator] Justin Roiland called — and Justin is also the voice of both Rick and Morty, in addition to being a remarkable writer — he said, “Rob, I gotta tell you, you, Tress [MacNeille], and Maurice [LaMarche] were people who I grew up watching. And I thought, if I ever,” dot dot dot, “I'm gonna hire [them],” and he did. He lived up to his own commitment, called me and got me in right away, and Maurice too.

The first lines I had on Rick and Morty were, “Where are my testicles, Summer?” I looked up at him and said, “This is great!” That episode is a pretty excellent example of why Rick and Morty is so freakin’ good: it was a really interesting, clever way to proffer that insight into what dogs would do if they had the power that we have over them. And it was a real privilege to be part of it. I hope [Snowball] comes back. I would work on that show anytime, for scale. You can print that. I love that show.


From Forbes:

Rob Paulsen On Voicing Your Childhood, Beating Cancer And TikTok’s Carl Wheezer Challenge

To quote Fight Club: “His name is Robert Paulsen.”

If that name doesn’t ring a bell, maybe these will: Carl Wheezer, Yakko Warner, Mark Chang, Pinky the mouse, Jack Fenton, Donatello, and Raphael.

Over the course of almost four decades, Rob Paulsen has cemented himself as a legendary icon of the voiceover world. He grew up on a healthy diet of Looney Tunes, Johnny Quest, Rocky and Bullwinkle, and The Flintstones, eventually following in the footsteps of his personal heroes, like Mel Blanc and June Foray.

“I don’t pretend to put myself in that category, that’s for other people to decide once I’ve gone to that big animation corporation in the sky,” Paulsen told me during a recent phone interview. “I remember working with Mel and June the first times when I was 28 or 30, and it really got my attention. I’ll never forget it. [Their] characters certainly made an indelible mark on myself and others.”

While my call with Rob was originally pegged to Hulu’s reboot of Animaniacs, our interview soon snowballed into a much larger creature that had us merrily chatting away for over an hour. Like most of us, I grew up hearing Rob on television. He is, quite literally, one of the voices of my childhood.

“You know it’s funny,” he said, “every now and then, people say, ‘Man, I grew up watching Pinky and the Brain or Animaniacs’ … We’re all good, as long as you don’t say, ‘I threw up watching Pinky and the Brain.’ I’m sure there are those who would say that, too, but already, just the fact that you say that, you can imagine what a remarkable, humbling remark that is to me.”

Rob constantly hears about the profound impact of his work at various fan conventions around the country (back when it was still safe to hold them, of course).

“It’s not about me, it’s about the characters — they are so profoundly impactful. I don’t even know how to tell you how humbling that is,” he added. “It gains in its power to me. Every time I hear that, it reminds me that this is something that is timeless and will be around much, much longer than I am. That is what this legacy is about.”

He recounted some truly moving stories from fans, who got through incredibly difficult experiences by watching his shows. Here’s just one example: “Mr. Paulsen, I was in the Marine Corps and I did two tours of duty and I need to show you something. Here’s a picture of me and my friend who didn’t make it back, but we both had our Pinky and the Brain T-shirts on.”

While those inspirational stories never cease to amaze Rob, he also has one of his own. In 2016, he was diagnosed with a voice actor’s worst nightmare: throat cancer. “Not only is it deadly, but it’s a really bad way to go,” he explained. “When you get cancer of the throat, mouth, neck, and they gotta start hacking pieces of you off to save you, it’s not a great way to go. It’s really messy.”

Fortunately, he received the proper treatment via Gardasil (a vaccine originally developed to prevent HPV in young women) and kicked cancer’s big fat behind. He then detailed the harrowing experience in a 2019 memoir entitled Voice Lessons.

“This is about everything we discussed: humor, the power of joy and getting me through my own time in the cancer cage; the power of joy in helping parents reconcile the loss of their children. It boils down to the way people react when I say, ‘NARF!’ or ‘Hell000000 Nurse!’ or ‘Turtle power!’ ... You see my point, all of it makes you smile.” 

These days, Rob serves as the official 2020 spokesperson for the Head and Neck Cancer Alliance, a role he happily inherited from former Buffalo Bills quarterback, Jim Kelly. “They were very smart because now they know that my story (and specifically because of what I do for a living) can be helpful, informative, and maybe even inspirational,” he said. “Right away, they can say, ‘Hey, what if I told you the guy who’s responsible for being the voice of your childhood had throat cancer?’ You’d say, ‘Oh my God, really? Did it kill him?’ [They can now say,] ‘Actually, no, it didn’t. It would’ve, but he went through the treatment.”

As our discussion began to wind down, Rob and I talked about the most important topic of them all: Tik Tok’s “Carl Wheezer Accent Challenge,” in which Jimmy Neutron fans attempt to replicate the nasally voice of the nebbishy Nickelodeon character.

“I fired up Tik Tok and I noticed that, ‘Jesus!’ There were thousands of people who did their own Carl Wheezer thing,” he said. “I wrote a few lyrics to an old Barry Manilow song and just did an a capella version of it [as Carl]. Then I put up a bunch of stuff with different emphasis on ‘Are you gonna finish that croissant?’ One of them got like 3 million views or something in the first week.”

“I don’t know what it is, but people sure love Carl Wheezer and I could do it all day,” he continued. “It’s the greatest thing in the world, man. It’s great and I’m really looking forward to spending more time on Tik Tok and learning how to access it ... I’m gonna do more Carl stuff because people just love that guy. Stay tuned!”

Rob is as genial and down-to-Earth as they come, always happy to do a voice or two when you just so happen to mention your favorite characters among his long list of credits. Even when he name-drops some of his famous friends (Tress MacNeille, Mark Hamill, Nancy Cartwright, Billy West, Kevin Conroy, and John DiMaggio, to name a few), he’s a little self-deprecating about it.

“My buddy Dave Coulier had a great joke, years ago. He said, ‘I gotta stop dropping names, Bob De Niro told me that,’” Paulsen concluded. I have very famous friends, movie star friends — not because I’m a movie star, but because they worked on cartoons and we hit it off and we’ve become buddies ... I’m a fan [of these people too], I pinch myself all the time.”

The new Animaniacs is now streaming on Hulu.

The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance will be participating in this year’s Giving Tuesday (taking place tomorrow). You can get more info here.


More Nick: Netflix and Nickelodeon Form Multi-Year Output Deal to Produce Original Animated Films and Series!

Originally published: Saturday, November 21, 2020.

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Nickelodeon to Release 'The Casagrandes: The Complete First Season' DVD Set on February 2, 2021

Nickelodeon will release The Casagrandes: The Complete First Season DVD set on Tuesday, February 2, 2021!

The 2-disc set is listed on Amazon.com, priced $16.99.

Emmy Award-winning The Casagrandes tells the story of Ronnie Anne, who moves to the city with her mom and older brother to live with their big, loving family, the Casagrandes. A spinoff of The Loud House, the series showcases the culture, humor, and love that’s part of growing up in a multigenerational Mexican-American family. The series is executive produced by Michael Rubiner. Miguel Puga serves as co-executive producer, Alan Foreman is supervising producer and Miguel Gonzalez serves as art director, with award-winning cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz as consulting producer and cultural consultant.

Currently in its second season, The Casagrandes has ranked as the number two animated property across television with Kids 2-11 since its Oct. 2019 debut. A series has been renewed for a third season, currently in production by Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank, California.

“Our audience has loved the diverse characters, relatable stories and rich animation found in The Casagrandes since the series debuted last year,” said Ramsey Naito, President, Nickelodeon Animation. “The success of the show is due to the creative leadership who continue to showcase the love and laughter of this family, living in an environment that reflects the global world we live in today.”

Since its debut, The Casagrandes has told stories infused with humor, heart and the everyday escapades of family and friends.

The Casagrandes voice cast includes: Izabella Alvarez (Westworld) as Ronnie Anne; Carlos PenaVega (Big Time Rush, WebHeads) as Bobby; Eugenio Derbez (Dora and the Lost City of Gold) as Arturo; Carlos Alazraqui (Rocko's Modern Life, The Fairly OddParents) as Carlos, “Tio;” Roxana Ortega (The League) as Frida, “Tia;” Alexa PenaVega (Spy Kids) as Carlota; Jared Kozak (Born this Way) as CJ; Alex Cazares (The Boss Baby: Back in Business) as Carl; Ruben Garfias (East Los High) as Hector, “Abuelo;” Sonia Manzano (Sesame Street) as Rosa, “Abuela.” Additionally, Ken Jeong (Wonder Park, Dr. Ken) gives voice as Stanley; Melissa Joan Hart (Clarissa Explains It All, Sabrina the Teenage Witch) as Becca; Leah Mei Gold (Legion) as Sid; and Lexi Sexton (The Loud House) as Adelaide.

The series also has a companion podcast series, The Casagrandes Familia Sounds.

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Originally published: Tuesday, December 01, 2020.

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