“Danger Force” Renewed for Third Season
[via press release]
Nickelodeon today announced that it has greenlit a third season (13 episodes) of Danger Force, TV’s number-one live-action kids’ show (Kids 6-11). The hit live-action comedy series follows four ordinary kids who accidentally acquire extraordinary superpowers as they struggle to keep their identities a secret. Under the guidance of indestructible veteran superhero Captain Man (Cooper Barnes) and his odd-but-brilliant assistant Schwoz (Michael D. Cohen), the team battles the many villains they accidentally released from Swellview prison years ago. Production has begun in Burbank, Calif.
The third season of Danger Force will launch with a two-part event picking up from the second season. Chapa (Havan Flores), Miles (Terrence Little Gardenhigh), Mika (Dana Heath) and Bose (Luca Luhan) are forced back into their regular lives and out of Danger Force after their mothers discover their superhero secret. When their hometown is confronted with an unprecedented threat, Captain Man and his former proteges see a chance to get back to doing what they love the most: protecting the citizens of Swellview.
Season two of Danger Force ranked as the #1 live-action program on Cable among kids 6-11, while also ranking #1 in its Thursday premiere time slot. Danger Force regularly airs on Nickelodeon on Thursdays at 7 p.m. (ET/PT), with episodes available to stream on Paramount+.
Danger Force is developed and executive produced by Christopher J. Nowak (Henry Danger, The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder). Cooper Barnes and Jake Farrow (Henry Danger) serve as executive producers. The series is produced by Jace Norman. Danger Force was created by Dan Schneider & Dana Olsen. Production of Danger Force for Nickelodeon is overseen by Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin, Co-Heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action. Omar Camacho serves as Nickelodeon’s Executive in Charge of Production for the series.