*Not to be confused with Violetta Castillo, the main character from the TV Show.
Violetta logo
Starring Martina Stoessel
Pablo Espinosa (Season 1)
Jorge Blanco
Diego Domínguez (Season 2)
Mercedes Lambre
Diego Ramos
Clara Alonso
Opening theme En Mi Mundo, performed by Martina Stoessel
Country of origin Argentina
Language(s) Spanish
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 160 (List of episodes)
Diego Carabelli
Location(s) Buenos Aires, Argentina
Running time 40 minutes
Pol-ka Producciones
Original channel Disney Channel
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original airing May 14, 2012 (Latin America)

Violetta is a kids-oriented telenovela that first aired on the Disney Channel Latin America on May 14, 2012. The show is a co-production between Disney Channel Latin America, Disney Channel Europe, Disney Channel Middle East, Disney Channel Africa and Argentine production company Pol-ka Producciones. Violetta features a multinational cast, and tells the story of "Violetta Castillo", a musically talented teenager who returns to her hometown to "find love", and explore her passion for music. The show is mostly shot in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with some Season 2 scenes filmed in Spain.

After the big reception from the audience in Latin America, Italy, Spain, France and Israel, Violetta will be aired in the rest of Europe, including Russia, Central Europe, East Europe, Africa and The Caribbeans.


Violetta is a talented teenage girl who loves singing, yet she doesn't know about it. She got her talent from her mother, a famous singer who died in an accident when Violetta was a little girl. Herman, her father, is a successful man, and even if he's harsh, he loves her daughter. Blinded by sadness, he decides to hide the past to Violetta and the destiny of her mother, because he gets scared that her daughter might end up like her mother.

After Violetta's mother accident, Violetta moved to Madrid with her father, and he raised her avoiding any contact with kids from her age. Despite that, Herman knows Violetta is talented when it comes to music, and he encourages her to take piano lessons, but he also tries to keep her away from everything related to singing and acting.

Everything will change when they return to their hometown, Buenos Aires. Violetta starts to take piano lessons in the prestigious music school called Studio 21. She will meet Angie, her teacher and governess, and because of her, Violetta will find out about her talent. Also, Violetta will meet new people who will be there with her during her learning.

Violetta will also meet Tomas and León, two guys with completely different personalities, and both will try to win Violetta's heart.


  • Martina Stoessel as Violetta Castillo
  • Pablo Espinosa as Tomás Heredia (season 1)
  • Jorge Blanco as León
  • Diego Domínguez as Diego Hernández (season 2)
  • Mercedes Lambre as Ludmila Ferró
  • Nicolás Garnier as Andrés
  • Alba Rico as Natalia Vidal
  • Lodovica Comello as Francesca Caviglia
  • Candelaria Molfese as Camila Torres
  • Facundo Gambandé as Maxi Ponte
  • Valeria Baroni as Lara (season 2)
  • Xabiani Ponce De León as Marco Tavelli (season 2)
  • Simone Lijoi as Luca Caviglia (season 1)
  • Samuel Nascimento as Broduey
  • Rodrigo Velilla as Napo (season 1)
  • Artur Logunov as Braco (season 1)
  • Clara Alonso as Angie Carrará
  • Diego Ramos as Germán Castillo
  • Florencia Benítez as Jade LaFontaine
  • Joaquín Berthold as Matías LaFontaine
  • Mirta Wons as Olga Peña
  • Alfredo Allende as Lisandro Ramallo
  • Rodrigo Pedreira as Gregorio Casal
  • Pablo Sultani as Beto Benvenuto
  • Ezequiel Rodríguez as Pablo Galindo
  • Carla Pandolfi as Esmeralda Di Pietro (season 2)
  • Valentina Frione as Jackie Saenz (season 2)
  • Alberto Fernández de Rosa as Antonio Fernández


Main article: List of Violetta Episodes.

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Awards and NominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominee Result
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina[30] Programa de TV favorito Nominated
Favorite Actor Pablo Espinosa Won
Favorite Villain Mercedes Lambre Won
Female Newcomer Martina Stoessel Won
2013 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[31] Favorite Latin Artist Martina Stoessel Nominated

International ReleasesEdit

Country / region Channel Series premiere Title in country
Argentina Disney Channel Latin America May 14, 2012 Violetta
Italy Disney Channel Italy
Brazil Disney Channel Brazil September 10, 2012
Spain Disney Channel Spain September 17, 2012
France Disney Channel France October 1, 2012
Turkey Disney Channel Turkey February 18, 2013
Poland Disney Channel Poland
Romania Disney Channel Romania
Bulgaria Disney Channel Bulgaria
Israel Disney Channel Israel September 3, 2012 ויולטה (Violetta)
Russia Disney Channel Russia October 15, 2012 Виолетта (Buoletta)

Other releasesEdit

Country / region Channel Series premiere Title in country
Argentina Canal 13 September 24, 2012 Violetta
Chile Mega January 14, 2013
Ecuador TC Televisión January 14, 2013
Italy Rai Gulp April 8, 2013