“Max & Shred” Season 2 Scheduled to Premiere March 14 on YTV, March 21 on Nicktoons

The second season of Max & Shred is scheduled to premiere in Canada on Monday, March 14 at 7:30pm on YTV. New episodes will air weekly at the same time.

In the United States, new episodes will launch a week later on Monday, March 21 at 6pm ET on Nicktoons. New episodes will air Mondays-Thursdays at the same time.

Season one of Max & Shred premiered in October 2014 on both Nickelodeon and YTV. The season ran in America over the course of two months, October 2014 and January 2015 for 24 episodes. The last two episodes of the season aired in the summer. In Canada, episodes aired weekly, spanning from October through July 2015.

The series’ second season will consist of 13 episodes, which were produced between April and June 2015. This season will see a move from the main Nick channel over to Nicktoons in the United States. The series also airs on various Nickelodeon channels around the world.

Season two trailer and description (from YTV) are below:

New adventures are in the works for the gang, but through it all, Max and Shred remain best bros and Blizzard Springs continues to be the craziest town around. In the Season 2 premiere episode, Max (Jonny Gray, Bruno and Boots: Go Jump In The Pool!) gets his own reality web series, and the whole family gets pulled into the craziness.  Everyone in the family is happy to take part, except Alvin (Jake Goodman, Life with Boys)   who would rather not have his daily life recorded.  When the show’s over-the-top producer realizes Alvin isn’t crazy enough to be on TV, he decides to replace him with an actor!  A decision Alvin is fine with.  But Max is bummed when he’s left to deal with a crazy fake Shred, and has to beg Alvin to return and get things back to normal. Showrunner for Max & Shred is George Doty IV, (iCarly, Victorious, Zoey 101 and Drake and Josh). Executive Producers include George Doty, Ira Levy, Peter Williamson, Joan Lambur, Nat Abraham and Michael McGuigan for Breakthrough Entertainment.

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