Grachi was a Spanish language American fantasy series produced by Nickelodeon created by Mariela Romero. The series stars Isabella Castillo as Grachi and Andrés Mercado as Daniel; also featuring and Kimberly Dos Ramos, Mauricio Henao, Sol Rodríguez and Lance Dos Ramos in supporting roles. The series was filmed in Miami, United States, becoming the first Nickelodeon latin american series to be recorded out of Latin America, and also the first to be recorded on high definition. It premiered in Nickelodeon Latin America on May 2, 2011. In June 2011, it was confirmed that the series was renewed for a second season, which began airing on February 27, 2012. In June 2012, the series was renewed for a third and last season of 50 episodes, which aired from March 4, 2012 to May 10, 2013.

The series had an amazingly big success since it began, considered one of the 50 most talked about and cataloged series in Latin America, it won more than 47 awards. It's also Nickelodeon's highest debut (in general) gaining 10,7 million viewers on it's premiere, surpassing the 6,8 million viewers that had the before record holder Big Time Rush. [2] [3]

The series follows the adventures of a teenage girl who, while adjusting to a new town, new school, rivalry, love and the everyday problems of being a teenager, discovers she has magical powers.[4]

In January 2012, the series was dubbed to English and aired through Nickelodeon Philippines. Season 1 aired from January 16, 2012 to April 27, 2012, followed by Season 2 one year later, from May 6, 2013 to September 11, 2013. Season 3 of Grachi never aired in the Philippines even though it had huge success because Nickelodeon Asia decided to start airing the english adaptation.

Grachi was also dubbed to English to be aired on Africa and Canada, and subtitled for the spanglish speaking viewers in the United States.

In January 2014, Grachi was adapted into the English language as Every Witch Way.

Grachi it's Nickelodeon Latin America's most successful series and one of the most successful series in general ever made byNickelodeon.[5]


Season 1

The season centers on Grachi (Isabella Castillo), a witch and a new student in Escolarium. She deals with using her magic and trying to find out how to defeat the Principal (an evil witch who tries to steal the powers of Grachi so she can be the most powerful witch). Grachi also deals with her rival, Matilda (Kimberly Dos Ramos) with whom she fights for the love of Daniel (Andrés Mercado). At the end of the season, Matilda celebrates her 16th birthday at the night of the eclipse while the Principal (Martha Pabon) and Sibilo (William Valdes) plan to steal the powers of Matilda and Grachi. The two girls team up and fight the Principal, turning her into a dog, but losing their powers. Matilda finally realizes that Grachi and Daniel are meant to be together.

Season 2

A new witch, Mía Novoa (Maria Gabriela de Faria), who uses her power to do bad, enrolls in Escolarium. Mía is in love with Daniel and Grachi will do anything to fight for their love. Also, a geek named Leo falls in love with Grachi. On the other hand, Matilda starts dating Diego, a Kanay whom she has an on and off relationship due to Matilda's obsession with her powers and her witch instincts. At the end of the season, Grachi and Matilda's parents get married, thus making them stepsisters. Also, both witches teamed up to protect the wedding from an angered Leo, Mía and Athena, a witch in love with Grachi's father Francisco. Also, with the exception of Daniel and Mecha, Grachi and Matilda erases everyone's memories about the events that happened, including Mía.

Season 3

Grachi enrolls in the School of Witches, where she meets a new love-interest and main antagonist, Axel, a mischievous wizard. Grachi and Axel share a dream about a mysterious necklace; in the meantime, Mía's memory is restored, thus plotting a revenge plan against Grachi, while Tony wants revenge on Grachi for not loving him back.


The show was produced by Nickelodeon Latin America and written by Venezuela author Mariela Romero, who also created the teen novela Isa TKM. Tatiana Rodriguez commented that:

The program uses advanced production technology and 3D effects under the management of production house Aisha Enterprises, Inc. The executive producers are Solange Rivero and Yuldor Gutierrez.



  • Isabella Castillo as Graciela "Grachi" Alonso – A new 16-year-old student at Escolarium, she is a very powerful witch who has inherited her powers from her late mother. At the beginning of season one, she moves to a new neighborhood with her father Francisco, who is the new math professor at Escolarium. Her best friend is Mecha, while she is in love with Daniel. During the second season, Grachi gets a new enemy named Mía, a witch who is determined to steal Daniel's love from her. At the end of the second season, Grachi's powers get stronger, enough to defeat Mía. During the third season, she has a new love interest who is also her enemy, Axel.
  • Andrés Mercado as Daniel Esquivel – The leader of the swimming team "The Sharks" at Escolarium. He's Chema's cousin and best friend. Daniel's parents are Cristina and Ricardo, and he has three siblings: Melanie, Luis and Roberto. He's introduced as Matilda's boyfriend and the most popular boy in the school, who every girl wants to be with. He and Grachi start a relationship during the first season's last episodes. In season two, he and Leo become enemies, because both want to be with Grachi. During the third season, Daniel befriends with Leo, as he faces a new enemy, Axel.
  • Kimberly Dos Ramos as Matilda Román (Seasons 1–2) – She's the main antagonist of the first season and was the most popular girl at Escolarium before Grachi's arrival. She is also a witch, but uses her powers to do bad. She is the leader of the "Red Panthers", a group of girls who dance and respond to all of Matilda's manipulations. Matilda is Daniel's ex-girlfriend, and she is determined to win his love back and destroy Grachi. During the second season, she began dating a new guy named Diego. She and Grachi developed a slight friendship during the season and became stepsisters at the end due to Ursula and Francisco's wedding. Matilda doesn't return for the third season.
  • Rafael de la Fuente as Diego Forlán – Part of "The Sharks", Matilda's boyfriend in season two and a Kanay, a person who can manipulate the four elements. He was a minor character during the first season and got a prominent role during the following ones; in the third season he falls in love with Amaya, who is Axel's sister and actually his girlfriend at the end of the third season.
  • Mauricio Henao as Antonio "Tony" Gordillo – A highly intelligent and nerdy boy who falls in love with Grachi, but his affections aren't reciprocated. He joins the swimming team "The Sharks". At the end of the first season, Tony wins a scholarship to study at a better school and leaves Escolarium in search of new opportunities. He returns for the second and third season as a guest star, revealing he's a wizard. During the second season, he doesn't wear his glasses anymore, and has a more mature look. During the third season, he becomes an antagonist, trying to destroy Grachi for not loving him back, but he is locked up in a magical powder box by Axel.
  • Sol Rodríguez as Mercedes "Mecha" Estevez – Grachi's best friend, daughter of Lolo. She hates Matilda, but is stuck living in the same house as her because Lolo works for Ursula, Matilda's mother. Mecha is in love with Chema. In season 2, she moves out of Matilda's mansion with her mother. She also dislikes Mía, but becomes her guardian after finding out that the evil witches are the ones who have guardians, while the good witches only have magical tutors to guide them. In the third season, she falls in love with Manú.
  • Lance Dos Ramos as José María "Chema" Esquivel (Seasons 1–2) – Daniel's cousin and best friend, part of "The Sharks". Chema's parents are artists who tour most of the time, so Chema lives with his uncle Ricardo and aunt Cristina and his four cousins. He is in love with Mecha. He doesn't appear in the third season.
  • Maria Gabriela de Faría as Mía Novoa (Seasons 2–3) – The new witch at Escolarium and Grachi's enemy in the second season. She falls in love with Daniel right away, but her love is not reciprocated. In the last episode of the second season, she tries to destroy Grachi's father and Matilda's mother wedding for revenge. She is later enchanted and loses her memory. During season three, she takes her memory back and tries to take revenge, but in the end she befriends Grachi.
  • Willy Martin as Leonardo "Leo" Martinez (Seasons 2–3) – An intelligent and creative guy who uses science to create his own magic. He has a crush on Grachi and hates Daniel. During the third season, he befriends Daniel and starts a relationship with his best friend Valeria.
  • Danilo Carrera as Axel Vélez (Seasons 2–3) – A wizard at the school of witchcraft, he is Amaya's brother, Erick's son and Mía's ex-boyfriend. He's the villain of the third season and uses his power to do misdeeds. He is sent to the past in the season's last episode by Daniel through the collar.
  • Jesús Neyra as Manú (Season 3) – used to be Axel's best friend and sidekick. He falls in love with Mecha, and later becomes part of the heroes and Mecha's boyfriend.
  • Katie Barberi as Úrsula – Matilda's mother and Francisco's wife. She accidentally obtained Matilda's powers during the final episode of the first season and the first ones of the second one. She gets closer to Grachi and Francisco during the second season. She marries Francisco at the end of the season. Note: Barberi also played Ursula (Maddie Van Pelt's mom) in Every Witch Way.
  • Ramiro Fumazoni as Francisco Alonso – Grachi's father and, later, new principal of the Escolarium and Úrsula's husband.


  • Sharlene Taulé as Katty – Co-leader of the "Red Panthers" and Matilda's sidekick. Dotty and Betty's best friend.
  • María del Pilar Pérez as Dotty – Member of the "Red Panthers" and Matilda's sidekick. Katty and Betty's
  • Alexandra Pomales as Betty (Season 1) – Member of the "Red Panthers" and Matilda's sidekick. Betty transfers to a different school during the first season.
  • Cristian Campocasso as Luis Esquivel – Daniel's younger brother.
  • Evaluna Montaner as Melanie Esquivel (Seasons 1–2) – Daniel's younger sister. Like her brothers, she likes Grachi and wants her to be Daniel's girlfriend.
  • Andrés Cotrino as Roberto Esquivel (Seasons 1–2) – Daniel's younger brother.
  • Liannet Borrego as Cussy Canosa (Season 1) – Julio's girlfriend, secretary in Escolarium and Grachi's magic tutor.
  • Lino Martone as Julio Vallas (Season 1) – Cussy's boyfriend, and the son of the Principal. He used to be "The Sharks" team coach, but later resigned during the second season.
  • William Valdes as Sibilo/Ora Santisteban (Season 1) – Lolo's ring, former wizard and Oracle.
  • Adriana Cataño as Cristina de Esquivel (Seasons 1–2) – Daniel's mother.
  • Manuel Carrillo as Ricardo Esquivel – Daniel's father.
  • Virginia Nuñez as Kim Kanay(Seasons 2–3) – Diego's friend and a Kanay.
  • Martha Pabón as Mrs. Director (Season 1) – Principal of Escolarium and main antagonist in season one.
  • Marisela González as Lolo (Seasons 1–2) – Mecha's mother and Úrsula's personal assistant only in season one. In season two, she leaves Úrsula's house and goes to an apartment with her daughter Mecha. She was the guardian of Ora.
  • Nicole Apollonio as Diana (Season 1–2) – Friend of Melanie and Guillermo's sister.
  • Raquel Rojas as Rosa Forlán – Leader of the pink gossips, Diego's sister and also Guillermo's girlfriend during the second and third season.
  • Wendy Regalado as Lucía – Member of the pink gossips. She is in love with Tony.
  • Erika Navarro as Veronica (Season 1) – Member of the pink gossips.
  • Andreina Santander as Marta (Season 1) – Member of the pink gossips.
  • Elizabeth Lazo as Carolina (Season 1) – Member of the pink gossips.
  • Angela Rincon as Silvia – Member of the pink gossips.
  • Ana Carolina Grajales as Valeria (Seasons 2–3) – Member of the pink gossips. Leo's assistant and girlfriend in season three. She's Amaya's clone.
  • Ana Carolina Grajales as Amaya Vélez (Season 3) – A new witch in the third season. Axel's sister, Mía's best friend, she falls in love with Diego, who is a Kanay and actually is her boyfriend at the end of the third season.
  • Guilherme Apollonio as Guillermo – Member of "The Sharks". He had a crush on Grachi only in the first season. Diego's best friend and Rosa's boyfriend during the second and third season.
  • Carlos Arrechea as Sebastian – Member of "The Sharks".
  • Yony Hernandez as Carlos – Member of "The Sharks".
  • Jesus Licciardello as Eduardo (Season 1) – Dotty's lizard which was temporarily turned human by Matilda.
  • Alex Rosguer as Miguel (Season 1–2) – Leader of "The Dolphins" and Daniel's rival. He has a much bigger role during the second season, trying to take Grachi away from Daniel.
  • Paloma Marquez as Isadora (Season 1) – Dance teacher at Escolarium.
  • Yosvany Morales as Teacher of Chemistry (Season 1) – Teacher at Escolarium.
  • Francisco Chacin as Fernando Gordillo – Tony's father and worker of the Cafeteria at Escolarium.
  • Diana Osorio as Alejandra Forlán (Season 2) – She is the new coach of "The Sharks", and she is the sister of Diego and Rosa.
  • Juan Pablo Llano as Ignacio "Nacho" Novoa (Season 2) – Mia's brother. He is the new coach of "The Dolphins" in season two and is in love with Alejandra.


Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 74 May 2, 2011 August 11, 2011
2 81 February 27, 2012 June 18, 2012
3 50 March 4, 2013 May 10, 2013

TV specials

Wonderfully Magical Story

Wonderfully Magical Story is the first special of the series, which premiered on May 2, 2011, before the release of the series. This special was a presentation of the characters and the content of the series. It only showed the first season presentation.

Unpublished episode

This is a TV special containing some deleted scenes. It has been released on August 19, 2011. Principally, the episode focuses on Diego and his powers.

Quiero Mis 16

It's a fictional story, set during the preparations for Matilda's sixteenth birthday. It has been released on August 25, 2011.


Life's Wonderfully Magical, Volume 1

The soundtrack of the first season was released in Latin America on June 7, 2011. The album includes 14 songs used in the series sang mostly by Isabella Castillo, some others of the cast and latin artists. The simple theme of the series was released on April 1, 2011, with its accompanying video. The second single from the album, Tu Eres Para Mi, was released on July 21, 2011. Distributed by Universal Music and Warner Music. A live concert tour was created to promote the album in North America, South America and Europe. The album peaked #1 in Mexico and achivied a diamond certification in that country.

Original release
No. Title Length
1. "Grachi" (Isabella Castillo) 2:54
2. "Goma de Mascar" (Paty Cantú) 2:58
3. "¿Qué Sabes? (What Do You Know?)" (Isabella Castillo) 3:40
4. "Tú Eres Para Mí (You Are For Me)" (Isabella Castillo & Andrés Mercado) 4:07
5. "Tú & Yo (You and I)" (Elenco de Grachi) 3:44
6. "Somos Aire" (Motel) 4:02
7. "Lobo" (Koko) 3:43
8. "Hechizo de Amor" (Ádammo) 3:24
9. "Las Palabras" (Manuela Mejía) 3:20
10. "Llega el Otoño" (Abril Cantilo) 2:42
11. "Enamorada" (Miranda!) 3:15
12. "Algún Día" (Ádammo) 3:12
13. "Acabo de Llegar" (Denisse) 3:37

Life's Wonderfully Magical, Volume 2

The second soundtrack was released on April 11, 2012 in Latin America and it contains the season 2 songs, this time all sang by the entire cast from the series. Distributed by Warner Music. A live concert tour was created to promote the album in North America, South America and Europe. The song "Lagrimas" won a Latin Grammy nomination. This album peaked #1 in 14 countries.

Original release
No. Title Length
1. "Grachi (Remix)" (Isabella Castillo) 2:52
2. "Magia (Magic)" (Isabella Castillo, Kimberly Dos Ramos & María Gabriela de Faría) 2:35
3. "Amor de Película (Movie Love)" (Isabella Castillo & Andrés Mercado) 3:20
4. "La Estrella Soy Yo (The Star It's Me)" (María Gabriela de Faría) 3:07
5. "Química Perfecta (Perfect Chemistry)" (Willy Martin & Ana Carolina Grajales) 3:16
6. "Tiburones (Sharks)" (Rafael de la Fuente, Lance Dos Ramos, Guilherme Apollonio, Carlos Arrechea & Yony Hernández) 1:52
7. "Te Busco (I Look For You)" (Rafael de la Fuente & Kimberly Dos Ramos) 3:59
8. "Siempre, Siempre, Siempre (Always, Always, Always)" (María Gabriela de Faría) 3:08
9. "Lágrimas (Tears) (Acoustic)" (Isabella Castillo) 3:42
10. "Somos Las Panteras (We're The Panthers)" (Kimberly Dos Ramos, María del Pilar Pérez & Sharlene Taule) 2:50
11. "M.A.P.S (B.F.F.)" (Isabella Castillo & Sol Rodríguez) 3:00
12. "Lágrimas (Tears) (Dance Remix)" (Isabella Castillo) 3:12
13. "Soñar Forever (Dream Forever)" (Cristian Campocasso) 3:12
14. "Tú Eres Para Mí (You Are For Me) (Rock Remix)" (Isabella Castillo & Andrés Mercado) 4:04

Soñar No Cuesta Nada

In March 21, 2013 Warner Music signed Nickelodeon Latin American star Isabella Castillo. The album served as the soundtrack of the third season, still Nickelodeon released also another third season soundtrack with different artists digitally. Soñar No Cuesta Nada was released on Latin America in April 23, 2013. This album peaked #14 in the Billboard Latin Hot 100. This also contains a new version of the Latin Grammy nominated song from Grachi season 2 "Lagrimas".

Original release
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Soñar No Cuesta Nada (Dreaming Costs Nothing)" Isabella Castillo 2:52
2. "No Me Importa (I Don't Care)" Isabella Castillo 3:17
3. "Ven a mi Casa (Come To My Home)" Martín Chan 3:11
4. "Alma en Dos (Soul In Two)" Isabella Castillo 3:40
5. "Me Enamoré (I Fell In Love)" Isabella Castillo 3:44
6. "Te Necesito Badly (I Need You Badly)" Isabella Castillo 3:18
7. "Pertenezco a Ti (I Belong To You)" Isabella Castillo 2:54
8. "Lágrimas (Tears) {Techno Remix}" Martín Chan 3:13
9. "El Momento (The Moment)" Isabella Castillo 3:21
10. "Esta Canción (This Song)" Isabella Castillo 3:26
11. "Corazón de Oro (Gold Heart)" Isabella Castillo 4:01

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated/Receiver Result
2011 Kids' Choice Awards México
Favorite Female Character in a Series Isabella Castillo Won[6]
Favorite Male Character in a Series Andrés Mercado Won[6]
Favorite Villain Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[6]
Favorite TV Program Won[6]
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina
Television Revelation Isabella Castillo Nominated[7][8]
Favorite Villain Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[7][8]
Favorite Latin Television Program Nominated[7][8]
2012 Kids Choice Awards Favorite Latin Artist Isabella Castillo Won[9]
Kids' Choice Awards México Favorite Program Nominated[10][11]
Favorite Actor Andrés Mercado Nominated[10][11]
Favorite Actress Isabella Castillo Nominated[10][11]
Favorite Actor in a Series Rafael de la Fuente Nominated[10][11]
Mauricio Henao Nominated[10][11]
Favorite Actress in a Series Sol Rodriguez Nominated[10][11]
Favorite Villain Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[10][11]
Maria Gabriela de Faria Nominated[10][11]
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Actress Isabella Castillo Won[12]
Favorite TV Character Isabella Castillo Won[12]
Girl of the Year Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[12][13]
Favorite TV Program Won[12]
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite TV Program Won[14]
Favorite Actor Andrés Mercado Nominated[14][15]
Favorite Actress Isabella Castillo Won[14]
Favorite Villain Kimberly Dos Ramos Nominated[14][15]
Maria Gabriela de Faria Nominated[14][15]
Revelation Sol Rodriguez Nominated[14][15]
2013 Kids Choice Awards Favorite Latin Artist Isabella Castillo Won[16]
Kids' Choice Awards México Favorite Series or TV Program Nominated[17]
Favorite Actor Andrés Mercado Nominated[17]
Favorite Actress Isabella Castillo Nominated[17]
Favorite Actress in a Series Ana Carolina Grajales Nominated[17]
Favorite Villain María Gabriela de Faría Won[17]
Meus Prêmios Nick Favorite Actor Andrés Mercado Nominated
Boy of the Year Danilo Carrera Won
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Actress Sol Rodriguez Nominated
Favorite Actor Andrés Mercado Nominated
Favorite Villain María Gabriela de Faría Nominated
Danilo Carrera Nominated
Favorite TV Program Nominated

International broadcasts

In the Philippines, Grachi started to air on January 16, 2012 on Nickelodeon, Monday to Friday at its original timeslot, 5:30 p.m. Also, catch-up episodes aired every Saturday and Sunday at 5:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Season 1 ended on April 27, 2012. One year later, Season 1 catch-up episodes aired again on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and continued every Saturday and Sunday until Season 2 eventually aired on May 6, 2013 at its new timeslot, 7:30 p.m. Unlike in Season 1, no catch-up episodes were aired on Saturday and Sunday. Grachi took a 2-week break from July 22, 2013 to August 2, 2013. The show started airing again on August 5 and ended on September 11, 2013, with the finale extending 20 more minutes. As of October 2014, Nickelodeon has no plans to air Season 3, and the show is instead replaced by its American adaptation, Every Witch Way.

Country Channel
Latin America Nickelodeon (Latin America)
 Italy Nickelodeon (Italy)
Rai Gulp
 Brazil Nickelodeon (Brazil)
 Portugal Nickelodeon (Portugal)
 Philippines Nickelodeon (Philippines)
 Nicaragua Televicentro (Canal 2)
 Venezuela Televen
 Mexico TV Azteca
 Malaysia Astro Bella
Mustika HD
 Colombia City TV Bogota
Señal Colombia
 Argentina Canal 9 (Argentina)
 Ecuador Ecuavisa
 Peru ATV Peru
 El Salvador Canal 12 (El Salvador)
 Honduras Canal 11 (Honduras)
 Dominican Republic Telesistema 11
 Spain Nickelodeon (Spain)
 Romania TVH
 France Télétoon+
 Poland Teletoon+
 Ghana Multi TV
 Russia Teen TV[ru]


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