“We’re upping the ante from season one of House of Anubis, to bring fresh, spine-tingling episodes to our audience who thoroughly embraced this new genre for Nick,” said Cohn. “Fans can expect even more mystery, comedy and adventure balanced with universal teen issues from this re-imagined daily series that originated from one of our sister networks in Europe.”
House of Anubis follows a group of students who uncover and solve hidden mysteries at an English boarding school, while dealing with the highs and lows of their teenage years. In season two, the teens undertake a series of perilous challenges in order to find a powerful and long-forgotten treasure. This season will also introduce several new characters including series regular Eddie (played by Burkely Duffield), a self-styled punk bad boy from America.
Already an established Nickelodeon hit in Europe, House of Anubis launched in the U.S. and other Nick channels around the world earlier this year. The series is the first-ever Nickelodeon U.S. live-action show produced in the U.K. The first season of House of Anubis (new episodes Mon-Fri at 7 p.m.) averaged a 5.5/1.2 million kids 6-11 rating, 4.7/1.0 million tweens 9-14 rating and delivered an average of 2.9 million total viewers for its first season.
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