CN’s New ‘Drawn to’ Installment Honors Hispanic Heritage Month

Cartoon Network commemorates Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 – Oct. 15) with the expansion of Drawn to, an ongoing content series that celebrates equality and individuality.

Narrated by Sean-Ryan Petersen, voice of Valentino in CN’s hit series Victor and Valentino, the fourth installment will feature a variety of powerful youth activists including Crista Ramos and Aria Luna; influencers and everyday kids as they highlight what they love about their diverse cultures across Hispanic and Latin communities.

Joined by their families in three short-form episodes, each participant will showcase their roots through arts, food and language. The vignettes will also serve as a platform for the kids to share their unique perspectives on themes of family and tradition; and speak to their special causes like social activism, community service and environmental protection.

Starting Tuesday, Sept. 15, the month-long campaign begins with the first episode “Family,” followed by “Action” and “Storytelling,” rolling out across all platforms including linear and social on Instagram (@cartoonnetworkofficial), Twitter (@cartoonnetwork) and YouTube (/cartoonnetwork).

Plus, fans can stream curated episodic playlists of DC Super Hero Girls, Teen Titans Go!, Victor and Valentino and more in Spanish on the CN App. Download the app via Amazon, Apple App Store and Google Play.

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