Will Luna decide to be with Matteo or Simón? Will Simbar get a new chance? Is all of Luna's past really revealed? What future awaits Jam & Roller? Take a look at everything that is going to happen in the new season of Soy Luna! Starting to air April 16.

— Phrase from the official trailer


The third season of Soy Luna was officially confirmed by Disney Channel Latin America on September 30, 2017.[1] Filming had previously been confirmed by various cast members.[2] Filming started at the end of May 2017 in Cancún and wrapped up on December 22, 2017 in Buenos Aires.[3][4] Scenes from the season opener in Cancún were filmed back-to-back with the last few episodes of Season 2 set in Cancún. There was a break in between filming the scenes in Cancún and rest of the season in Buenos Aires. Filming in Buenos Aires began in the last few weeks of July.[5] The new season began airing on April 16, 2018.[6]

Cast

Part 1

Main Cast

Young Cast
Adult Cast

Recurring Cast

Guest Cast

  • Cristina Allende as Elena (2/30) (eps. 1-2)
  • Sofía Carson as Herself (1/30) (ep. 22)
  • Dove Cameron as Herself (1/30) (ep. 22)
  • Juan Ciancio as Sebastián López (1/30) (ep. 7)
  • Ami Rodríguez as Himself (1/30) (ep. 30)
  • Ian Lucas as Himself (1/30) (ep. 28)

Part 2

Main Cast

Young Cast
Adult Cast

Recurring Cast

Guest Cast

  • Roberto Ottini as Ángelo Balsano (eps. 31, 38)
  • Daniel Patiño as Himself (2/30) (eps. 56-57)
  • William Prociuk as Rosales (1/30) (ep. 58)

Trivia

  • The trailer for this season dropped on February 22, 2018.[6]
    • A teaser trailer was released almost two months earlier, on December 31, 2017.[7]
  • The time-slot for the show was moved forward an hour for this season, from 18:00 to 19:00.[citation needed]
  • Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson made a guest appearance in this season. They sang a song from Descendants: Wicked World with the cast.[8][9]
  • Mia Jenkins from the Disney Channel UK series The Lodge made a guest appearance in this season. She plays a character called Emma, a friend of Ada's, who is from England and is quite bad at Spanish, causing her to mix up her words a lot.[10]
  • The main cast saw many changes for this season, with Jandino, Giovanna Reynaud, Pasquale Di Nuzzo, Victoria Suárez Battán, and Joaquín Berthold being added/upgraded to the main cast, Diego Sassi Alcalá, Germán Tripel, and Antonella Querzoli being fully removed, and Paula Kohan being reduced to recurring cast.
  • Paula Kohan, Estebán Velásquez, and Mia Jenkins, who were recurring cast, all appeared more than Agustín Bernasconi, who was still credited with the main cast.
  • Unlike the previous two seasons, Season 3 only had 60 episodes, instead of the normal 80.[11][12]
  • The cast embarked on the Soy Luna Live tour only two weeks after the end of filming Season 3.

References

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