jueves, 14 de enero de 2016

'Talia in the Kitchen' Cancels After Two Seasons by Nickelodeon

Talia in the Kitchen was cancelled by Nickelodeon after 2 seasons and 40 episodes. 


Just Jared Jr. is reporting the unfortunate news that Nickelodeon has decided to cancel and not renew the networks daily scripted series "Talia in the Kitchen" for a third season.


On learning the news, stars Maria Quezada, Joshua Hoffman, Miguel Luciano, and Liam Obergfoll all took to social media to say thanks to the fans.

"Here I am at Lola's! After 40 awesome episodes of #taliainthekitchen and a great journey that we shared with all of you, I couldn't ask for greater memories!" Maria wrote on Instagram. "Talia showed you and me to fight for our dreams no matter how many obstacles are in our way, to never give up, that it was okay to be original, and that we should embrace who we are and not change ourselves for anything or anyone. So thankful to have been part of this life-changing show."

She continued, "@nickelodeontv I love you guys & I feel proud to be part of the orange team. Let's be grateful towards @nickelodeontv for creating this exciting show. Talia Parra, thanks for challenging me to do things I never thought possible. Lil Miss Spice-A-lot, you definitely spiced up my life. If you ever feel scared to go after what you dream of just remember you have a piece of Talia with you in your heart wherever you go."

Inspired by the daily telenovela format, Nickelodeon's all-new live-action series centers on 14-year-old Talia, a aspiring chef who moves in with her grandmother and starts spending time in the kitchen of their family-owned restaurant, where she discovers her true calling: cooking. With the help of her special "salt and pepper sense" - and her late father's magical spices - Talia is able to infuse emotion into her food to whip up some truly life changing cuisine and cook just what each customer needs. She's making magic in the kitchen! "Talia in the Kitchen" (40 half-hour episodes) was created by Catharina Ledeboer, filmed in Miami, Florida and produced by Nickelodeon Latin America, the team also behind "Every Witch Way", as is an adaptation of the Nickelodeon Latin American telenovela, "Toni, la Chef".

Additional source: NickALive, Wikipedia.

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