Feb 17, 2022 - Economy & Business

Scoop: Nickelodeon cancels "The Casagrandes"

Miguel Puga, Sonia Manzano, Alan Foreman, Michael Rubiner, Izabella Alvarez and Carlos Alazraqui of "The Casagrandes" and Ramsey Naito and Dana Cluverius
Miguel Puga, Sonia Manzano, Alan Foreman, Michael Rubiner, Izabella Alvarez and Carlos Alazraqui of "The Casagrandes" and Ramsey Naito and Dana Cluverius attend The Paley Center for Media's 2019 PaleyFest Fall TV Previews. Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images

Nickelodeon is canceling “The Casagrandes,” a cartoon about the dynamics of a multi-generational Latino family that lives under one roof, Axios has learned.

Why it matters: It's the latest Latino-led show to be canceled after only a few seasons, despite rave reviews and loyal followings.

Driving the news: “The Casagrandes" will not be renewed after its third season finishes airing this year.

  • Its characters will continue to appear on “The Loud House,” the show it was spun-off from, according to a network spokesperson.
  • The show debuted in 2019 and will air a total of 60 episodes by the end of its run.

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