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Nickelodeon Canada Fall 2011 Programming Highlights

Author: Nickandmore!

via Corus Entertainment press release:


  • New series Supah Ninjas premieres on September 9
  • New series Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures premieres on September 10
  • Classic NICK hits The Amanda Show and Kenan & Kel make their network premiere on September 11
  • Mystery and intrigue abound in the House of Anubis, premiering September 5
  • NEW episodes of returning favourites including The Troop, Planet Sheen, TUFF Puppy and True Jackson, VP.

(August 16, 2011 – Toronto, Canada) This fall, tune in to Corus Entertainments Nickelodeon (Canada) for new shows, returning favourites and 90s classics!


SUPAH NINJAS (26 x 30) – Fridays at 8:30 p.m.
NEW SERIES premieres September 9

Mike Fukanaga thought dealing with his jokester best friend and trying to win the heart of his long-time crush would be the biggest challenges in high school. Boy, was he wrong! When Mike discovers that he comes from a long line of ninjas, he’s ushered into the exciting world of crime-fighting, butt-kicking, and villain-battling. Mike & his best friend Owen team up as Supah Ninjas and begin training with Mike’s grandpa a.k.a Hologramps (the legendary George Takei). Too bad it’s not as easy as it sounds — between dealing with drama at school and fighting super villains, these Supah Ninjas are in for one tough battle.

BUCKET & SKINNER’S EPIC ADVENTURES (26 x 30) – Saturdays at 6:30 p.m.
NEW SERIES premieres September 10

Bucket and Skinner have been best friends ever since they were in their diapers learning to surf. These beach buddies may be as different as night and day but they have three goals in common: stay friends forever, always be near a beach and never do anything that requires long pants. Their perfect day includes wicked waves, an epic taco and, of course, meeting cute girls. But Bucket and Skinner quickly learn that avoiding a life of hard work IS hard work!

THE AMANDA SHOW – Sundays at 8 p.m.
NETWORK PREMIERE on September 11

One of a number of spin-offs of All That , The Amanda Show, created by Dan Schneider (iCarly, Victorious), originally aired on Nickelodeon from 1999 to 2002 and stars Amanda Bynes (She’s The Man, What I Like About You).

KENAN & KEL – Sundays at 8:30 p.m.
NETWORK PREMIERE on September 11

Kenan & Kel (originally aired on Nickelodeon from 1996 to 2000), the popular spin-off from the hit sketch-comedy show All That, features part-time grocery store employee Kenan (Kenan Thompson, Saturday Night Live) and his orange-soda loving best friend Kel (Kel Mitchell) as the ultimate scheming duo, believing that as long as they have one another, and one of Kenan’s wacky schemes up their sleeve, anything is possible. Unfortunately for them, trouble never seems far away.

HOUSE OF ANUBIS – Monday to Friday at 7:30 p.m.
NEW SERIES premieres September 5

Combining mystery, comedy and drama, House of Anubis follows eight students who stumble upon and try to solve a hidden mystery at an English boarding school, while dealing with the highs and lows of their teenage years.

In the series premiere, Nina Martin (Nathalia Ramos) arrives from the U.S. and is excited to be starting at a brand-new school in England. She is assigned to live at Anubis House, an old spooky boarding house named after an Egyptian god, and rumored to be haunted. Nina soon discovers that one of the students, Joy (Klariza Clayton), has mysteriously disappeared from the school. Joy’s best friend Patricia (Jade Ramsey) is really worried, especially when a creepy message appears on the bathroom mirror, saying “Help me! Joy.” Patricia is suspicious that Nina arrived the same day Joy vanished and starts to blame the “American newbie” for her friend’s disappearance.

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