Nickelodeon has just made a number of programming moves. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the cable channel renewed two live-action series, “Henry Danger” and “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn.”
The kid-focused channel also ordered two pilots for live-action shows, the story reports.
“Henry Danger” and “Nicky,” along with the network’s returning “The Thundermans” and “The Haunted Hathaways,” are the four highest-rated live-action shows with children 6 to 11 years old, the story notes.
The new pilots are “The Dunes Club” and “Future Shock.” The former is set at a high-end beach club where a rich boy and a local girl become friends. “Future Shock” is about two brothers who are transported to the year 2070.