ViacomCBS International Studios (VIS) and The Mediapro Studio announced the start of production for the second season of “Club 57”. The teen musical series produced for Nickelodeon Latin America is being shot in Bogota, Colombia, and is the first production to have obtained the support of CINA, the new incentive plan for the development of the audiovisual industry promoted by the Government of Colombia.
Created by screenwriter Catharina Ledeboer, the series is comprised of 60 one-hour episodes, and led by a talented international cast including Venezuelan actress Evaluna Montaner de Echeverry, Riccardo Frascari from Italy, Colombian actors Sebastián Silva y Andrés Mercado, Chile’s Carolina Mestrovic, Fefi Oliveira from Venezuela, and Cuban-American actress Isabela Castillo. This new season also welcomes Argentine actor Santiago Achaga, Johann Vera of Ecuador and Colombia’s Carolina Angarita, Isabella Barragan, Nataly Vasquez, and Daniela Perez. Angela Rincon, Gabriel Lopez, Jonathan Jose Quintana, Simoné Marval, Laura Rosguer, Martina Lavignasse, and Xavier Coronel also return for this second season.
In the story, Eva and Rubén continue their time traveling adventures, but this time they are not the only ones leaping through time. Their paths will cross with unexpected time travelers that will put not only their intelligence in check, but their hearts as well. The Guardians of Time are also dealing with mysterious hidden forces in their midst, and we will see that nothing and no one is what it seems. They are also facing the typical teen problems with school and love and the frustrations that come with it, all while the clock continues to turn back time, Eva will have to make important decisions this season, as she will find herself at a crossroads with her feelings.
The first season of “Club 57” premiered in Latin America in 2019 and captivated young audiences. It was seen by more than 19 million people in the region and positioned itself as the #1 show with girls 7-14 in Argentina and Mexico, and also girls 4-11 in Argentina. It was also the #1 show during the weekend children’s programming block on Telefe in Argentina. The series had over 69 million video views across all platforms and was the #1 property on Nick Play during its premieres.