Cartoon Network to Unveil Victor and Valentino in South Africa on Saturday, November 23!

Nov 22 , 2019

Cartoon Network to Unveil Victor and Valentino in South Africa on Saturday, November 23!

Cartoon Network’s new supernatural adventure series, Victor and Valentino, will debut on Saturday, 23 November at 06:00 CAT on Cartoon Network, DStv, channel 301.

To give audiences a sneak peek ahead of the local premiere there will be a full episode unlocked on Saturday, 9 November.  Created by Diego Molano, Victor and Valentino follow two half-brothers learning to appreciate each other’s quirks and differences while exploring Monte Macabre, a small and mysterious town, where the myths and legends of Mesoamerican folklore come to life. Watch the trailer here.

Inspired by Molano’s fascination with mythology, Victor and Valentino is the latest Cartoon Network original to feature authentic storytelling and inclusive characters. While spending the summer with their Grandma Chata, the rambunctious Victor, and his more cautious half-brother, Valentino, soon realise that there’s more than meets the eye in their new town. Fans will want to follow this mischievous pair as they hilariously discover otherworldly beings, curious creatures from forgotten folklore, and places only described in myths.

Named an animator to watch by Variety in 2018, Molano previously worked as a storyboard artist on The Powerpuff Girls and has worked on Adult Swim’s Black Dynamite, Superjail!  and China, IL. Victor and Valentino is executive produced by Cartoon Network Studios and was developed through the studio’s global Artists Program known for creating a pipeline of diverse and emerging talent.

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