Jake & Blake
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|Jake and Blake|
|Created by||Cris Morena|
|Country of origin||Argentina|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||51|
|Running time||25 minutes and 40 seconds|
|Original network||Disney Channel Latin America|
Jake & Blake is an Argentine sitcom, starring Benjamín Rojas. It tells the story of identical twin brothers separated at birth, who after meeting change places. It was pre-released on 29 November 2009, and officially released on 7 December on Disney Channel Latin America. It was created by Cris Morena and is produced by Cris Morena Group and RGB Entertainment. This production was filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina entirely in English. Despite being recorded in that language, all the actors are from Argentina, still starring Rojas.
Jake and Blake are identical twin brothers separated at birth who have never met. Jake is a devoted student and a great swimmer. Blake is a rich, self-centered popstar. The two boys meet after Jake runs away from his school after being suspended because he accused the principal's son of throwing paintballs, while Blake runs away to avoid going to a party. After they crash into one another, Jake saves Blake and the boys discuss their lives and great physical resemblance. They then decide to switch roles and pretend to be each other: Jake gets to live Blake's life and vice versa. The series bears a resemblance to "The Prince and the Pauper".
- Blake Hill (portrayed by Benjamín Rojas) - A rich and famous singer and Jake's identical twin brother.
- Jake Valley (portrayed by Benjamín Rojas) - A bright teen living with his grandmother and Blake's identical twin brother.
- Max Hill (portrayed by Tomas Martinez Christensen) Blake's brother, whom he lives with.
- Hope (portrayed by Sofía Reca) - Jake's love interest.
- Annie (portrayed by Melanie Green) - Jake's best friend who Blake has a crush on.
- Nana (portrayed by Ana Justo) - Jake's loving grandmother and guardian.
- Buddy (portrayed by Paul Drutman) - Blake's butler.
- Paloma (portrayed by Mariela Irala) - Annie's friend.
- Alan King (portrayed by Matias Mayer) - Jake's enemy.
- Principal King (portrayed by Diego Leske) - The principal of Jake's school and Alan's father.
- Miranda (portrayed by Victoria Maurette) - Blake's manager.
- Bruce (portrayed by Diego Child) - Blake's friend and a guitarist.
- Fynk (portrayed by Fabio Aste) - Uncle of Jake and Blake, but also wants to ruin Blake's reputation.
- Slate (portrayed by Marcelo Andino) - Fynk's sidekick.
14 songs were written by Cris Morena and Benjamin Rojas for the show (and for previous series) and performed by Benjamin Rojas and his coworkers. All of those songs are included in the music CD.
- This is the End
- Eclipse of Absences
- We'll Go to Heaven
- To the Other End
- Until the End
- Stay Here With Me
- Did it All Wrong
- Seeking Only Love
- It's Hard
- All I Want Is to Be All Right
- Without any Hope
- In Pairs
- Cause Today's a New Day
- You Are So Close
- On the map
|Seasons||Episodes||First air date||Last air date|
|1||26||26 July 2010||December 13, 2010|