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Written by Andrea Franco
on December 18, 2018
Before her TV simulcast debut on July 22nd, which ranks as 2016’s #1 series telecast among all kidtargeted TV networks, Disney’s princess inspired by Latin cultures, Elena of Avalor, was recognized by millennialtargeted outlet Mic.com as, “the right girl for a multicultural world.” Set in the enchanted fairytale land of Avalor, the series Elena of Avalor tells the story of Elena, a brave and adventurous teenager who has saved her kingdom and must now learn to rule as the crown princess until she is old enough to be queen. The series’ stories incorporate influences from diverse Latin and Hispanic cultures through architecture, traditions, food, and customs. Magic, mythology, folklore, and music also play an important role, with each episode featuring original songs spanning an array of Latin musical styles including Mariachi, Latin Pop, Salsa, Banda, and Chilean Hip Hop. To learn where Elena of Avalor’s production crew drew their inspiration from for the series go to www.mic.com.

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