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Soy Luna (I'm Luna) is a Disney Channel Latin America musical telenovela. It premiered on March 14, 2016 in Latin America, and finished its run after three seasons with the 220th and last episode airing on August 17, 2018.


16-year-old Luna is not thrilled when her parents get an unbeatable job offer, and have to relocate from Cancún, Mexico to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Everything is about to change, because Luna, thanks to the rich employer of her parents, now goes to an elite school. However, not everything is good in Luna's new life, she misses her home, her friends, and especially her best friend Simón.

But soon she discovers a trendy rollerskating club, where she can not only prove her talent on wheels, but also on the stage at Open Music. While she is there, she meets Matteo and gets to know him. Unfortunately, this sparks a rivalry between Luna and Ámbar, Matteo's girlfriend. Soon, Simón arrives in Buenos Aires, and Luna's new world is pretty shaken up.

And that's not all: Luna was adopted when she was two years old, and was named after a moon amulet she wore around her neck. She adores her new parents, who have never kept her adoption a secret. However, Luna is suddenly overtaken by her past, and the tragic death of her biological parents after moving to Argentina.


Young Cast

Adult Cast

International Premieres

Premiere Date Channel Country Reference
March 14, 2016 Disney Channel Latin America Argentina [1]
Costa Rica
Dominican Republic
El Salvador
Trinidad and Tobago
Disney Channel Brazil Brazil [2]
April 4, 2016 Disney Channel Spain Spain [3]
Disney Channel Portugal Portugal [4]
Cape Verde
April 18, 2016 Disney Channel France France [5]
Switzerland (French-speaking part)
May 2, 2016 Disney Channel Germany Germany [6]
Switzerland (German-speaking part)
May 9, 2016 Disney Channel Italy Italy [7]
May 16, 2016 Disney Channel Bulgaria Bulgaria [8]
Disney Channel Poland Poland [9]
Disney Channel Romania Romania [10]
May 22, 2016 Disney Channel Isreal Israel [11]
August 29, 2016 Disney Channel Netherlands Netherlands [12]
Disney Channel Belgium Belgium [13]
September 5, 2016 Disney Channel Czech Republic Czech Republic [citation needed]
Slovakia [citation needed]
Disney Channel Hungary Hungary [citation needed]
October 10, 2016 Disney Channel Denmark Denmark [14]
Faroe Islands
Disney Channel Norway Norway [15]
Disney Channel Sweden Sweden [16]
Åland Islands
Disney Channel Finland Finland
June 10, 2017 RCN Televisión Colombia (second-run) [17]
February 20, 2018 UniMás United States [18]
January 1, 2020 Disney+ United States (with English subtitles) [19]

Awards and Nominations

Year Award Category Result
2016 Kids' Choice Awards Mexico Favorite Series or Program Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Colombia
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Won
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite International TV Series Nominated
2017 Kids' Choice Awards Mexico Favorite Program Won
Kids' Choice Awards Colombia Favorite Program or Series
Premios Martín Fierro Children/Youth Program
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite International TV Series
2018 Kids' Choice Awards Mexico Favorite TV Show
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Show


  • Soy Luna was originally about ice skaters instead of roller skaters, and Jam & Roller was a place called Ice Resto.[20]
  • The series was filmed in Cancún, Mexico and later in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Soy Luna was first rumored to be Violetta's spin-off, however, Soy Luna is a different show with very little ties to Violetta.
  • The filming of the first season wrapped up on February 29, 2016. [21]
  • All of the episode titles end with "sobre ruedas" (on wheels).
    • This is similar to the episode titles of Violetta, where almost all the titles ended with "una canción".
  • The cast of Soy Luna went to Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Spain, and Italy to promote the show. [22]
  • For the first season, the cast had to go through seven months of skating lessons for eight hours a day, followed by eight months of recording for about ten hours a day.[23][24]
  • Soy Luna had one of the best TV premieres in history in Germany.[25]
  • In Italy, a Soy Luna-themed roller rink was set up to promote the show.[26]
  • The cast filmed about 17 scenes a day, which took about ten hours.[27]
  • Sergio Mejía, who was the choreographer in Violetta, choreographs the musical numbers.[28]
  • The only country to use a title different to the original Spanish one is Brazil, where the show is called "Sou Luna" (I'm Luna).
  • Fans of the show are called Lunatics.[29]
  • Soy Luna was, worldwide, the tenth most-searched television show of 2016.[30]
  • Soy Luna was released on Netflix in Latin America on March 1, 2017.[31]
  • The show has resulted in many books being published, most importantly a book with a prequel story; "Soy Luna. El principio del verano", published March 4, 2016, a behind the scenes book, skating guides and multiple novelizations of the series.
  • After the series' finale aired, the hashtag #SoyLunaPorSiempre trended worldwide on Twitter at 6th place. The hashtag also trended in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Mexico, with its highest rank being 3rd, 4th, 5th, 2nd, 1st, and 15th respectively.
  • Soy Luna was released with English subtitles for the first time on Disney Plus on January 1, 2020.


  1. English article mentioning the premiere date
  2. Video confirming the airdate of Sou Luna.
  3. Report on Soy Luna in Spain.
  4. Article stating the premiere date in Spain.
  5. YouTube video by Disney Channel France confirming the airdate.
  6. German press release confirming the premiere date
  7. YouTube video confirming Italy airdate.
  8. Video from Disney Bulgaria with premiere date in description.
  9. Post on Polish airdate.
  10. Soy Luna Romanian Trailer.
  11. Instagram image confirming Soy Luna in Israel.
  12. Archived version of Disney Channel Netherlands' Soy Luna homepage.
  13. Instagram Post stating the premiere date.
  14. Promotional video confirming premiere date in caption.
  15. Promotional video confirming premiere date in caption.
  16. Promotional video confirming premiere date in caption.
  17. Report on Soy Luna's second premiere in Colombia on RCN
  18. Article confirming North American broadcast
  21. Luz's filming wrap Instagram post
  22. Ruggero's tweet about the promotion tour
  25. German press release
  31. Soy Luna on Netflix