“Henry Danger” picked-up for additional 10 episodes

NICKELODEON’S HIT SERIES HENRY DANGER HITS LANDMARK 100TH EPISODE, STANDS AS NETWORK’S LONGEST-RUNNING LIVE-ACTION SITCOM

BURBANK, Calif., –Dec. 3, 2018–Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger, the number-one live-action show on TV with K2-11 and K6-11 (through 11/28/18), will pass the 100-episode mark, with an additional ten-episode pickup announced today. The order brings the series’ total to 117, making Henry Danger Nickelodeon’s longest-running live-action sitcom. Nickelodeon is currently airing Henry Danger season five.

In the 100th episode full of fan surprises, titled “Man Cave Self Destruct,” after Schwoz’s family reunion causes chaos in the Man Cave, Captain Man reveals a “Superheroes Only” room in the Man Cave for peace and quiet. Jealous, Charlotte, Jasper and Schwoz make a cooler room to show them up. As the gang fights over who gets the better room, things get blown out of proportion.

Henry Danger follows the adventures of Henry Hart (Jace Norman) who gets selected by superhero Captain Man (Cooper Barnes) to be his apprentice. After promising to keep his new identity a secret, Henry must navigate a double life balancing the challenges of high school with the crazy adventures of a crime fighter. The series also stars Riele Downs as “Charlotte Page,” Sean Ryan Fox as “Jasper Dunlop,” Ella Anderson as “Piper Hart,” Michael D. Cohen as “Schwoz Schwartz,” and Jeffrey Nicholas Brown as “Jake Hart.”

To date Nickelodeon has three live-action sitcom that have eclipsed one hundred episodes: The Thundermans reached its 100-episode milestone earlier this year; iCarly hit 100 episodes in 2012.

Christopher J. Nowak serves as showrunner and executive producer. Jake Farrow is executive producer. Henry Danger is created by Dan Schneider and Dana Olsen.

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