The new children’s show “Nina’s World” gives a realistic view on the diverse world that we live in on a day-to-day basis.
The show is centered on Nina, a Mexican American girl who lives with her Mami, Papi, and Abuelita. The neighborhood that Nina lives within is very diverse as well, featuring many families from different cultures as well as a deaf boy, who is voiced by a real-life deaf child, according to NBC News. Along with this, the show will also incorporate English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
Rita Moreno is the voice of Abuelita, and says the show “takes diversity to a new level,” according to NBC News. She likes how the show has not only included the Latino community, but several communities all together in “a friendly and warm way.”
“Nina’s World” premiered Sept. 26 on Sprout.
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