The teen series will return to Nickelodeon Latin America with a second season, to be filmed in Bogota Colombia and coproduced with The Mediapro Studio.

Viacom International Studios (VIS) and The Mediapro Studio announced that Bogotá, Colombia will be the new setting for the second season of Club 57 (60 x 1 hour), Nickelodeon Latin America’s hit musical series.

After a successful first season, which culminated with an impressive live-tour uniting more than 10 thousand fans in Buenos Aires in November, Club 57 returns to the screen. The co-production with The Mediapro Studio will begin filming in the second quarter of this year.

In this second season, Eva and Rubén split their time between 1957 and 1987, where the “Chaos Guardians” have JJ hidden. However, now, they are not the only ones traveling through time. Tiago, a brilliant but rebellious classmate, developed his own technology for time travel. Even though she dislikes Tiago, Eva needs him to find a way to stay with JJ, without breaking the space-time dimension and cause chaos in the universe… again.

Club 57 returns with an outstanding pan-regional cast lead by Venezuelan actress Evaluna Montaner, in the role of Eva, Italian actor Riccardo Frascari as JJ, Colombians Sebastian Silva playing Rubén and Andres Mercado portraying Manuel, Chilean Carolina Mestrovic in the role of Vero and the Venezuelan Fefi Oliveira as Mercedes. This new season will also feature new actors, soon to be announced.

Award-winning Argentinian-Venezuelan singer-songwriter Ricardo Montaner, music producers Mau and Ricky, and Colombian singer-songwriter, Camilo Echeverri will once again be in charge of the soundtrack for this second season.

The first season of Club 57, viewed by more than 19M[1] people in the region, was the #1 show during its timeslot with girls 7-14 in Argentina and Mexico; and girls 4-11 in Argentina[2]. At the same time, Club 57 was the #1 show during Argentine FTA broadcaster Telefe’s children’s programming block on the weekends. The series garnered more than 69M video views[3] throughout all platforms and was the #1 property on Nick Play during its premieres[4].

Club 57 also had several musical hits throughout its first season run, including “El Tiempo Corre Al Reves”, the theme song for the series, performed by Evaluna Montaner, reaching 3.9 million video views on YouTube and “Ladrona” surpassing 14 million video views to date.

Club 57 is the work of screenwriter Catharina Ledoboer, who has written multiple smash hits for Nickelodeon Latin America, including Every Witch Way (four seasons), WITS Academy, and Talia in the Kitchen for Nickelodeon USA, and three successful seasons of Grachi, Nickelodeon Latin America’s youth series.