The Thundermans: Nickelodeon Orders Season Two

Nickelodeon is sticking with their family of superheroes. The cable channel has picked up a second season of The Thundermans for another 20 episodes.

Eight episodes of the current season have aired so far, leaving 12 to go. The next original installment airs Saturday, January 4th, at 9pm.

Nickelodeon Greenlights Second Season Of Superhero Comedy Series "The Thundermans"

Network Orders 20 Episodes of Newest Live-Action Series

Santa Monica, Calif. - December 20, 2013 - Nickelodeon has ordered a second season of superhero comedy The Thundermans, it was announced today by Russell Hicks, Nickelodeon's President of Content Development and Production. Created and executive produced by three-time Emmy Award-winner Jed Spingarn (Big Time Rush, Jimmy Neutron) and executive produced by Dave Hoge and Dan Cross (Just Jordan, Pair of Kings), the scripted half-hour series has been picked up for an
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Selena Gomez Set For Disney Channel’s ‘Wizards Of Waverly Place’ Reunion Special

Selena Gomez will executive-produce and star in the one-hour special set to premiere in early 2013. She’ll join Jake T. Austin, Jennifer Stone, Maria Canals-Barrera, David DeLuise and Gregg Sulkin who’ll reprise their original roles. The storyline takes the Russo family and friends to Tuscany, Italy, to meet their long lost relatives but when Alex (Gomez) tries to prove she’s more than a seemingly carefree young Wizard, she inadvertently conjures a spell that creates a Good Alex and an Evil Alex. When Evil Alex gets roped into a foreboding plan to take over the world, Good Alex must find a way to save her family and humankind, which leads to a monumental battle between the two versions of herself – all atop the Tower of Pisa. The TV special was written by Vince Cheung and Ben Montanio (Wizards Of Waverly Place) and Dan Berendsen (Baby Daddy). Cheung, Montanio, Dan Cross
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Disney Xd Renews Comedy 'Pair Of Kings'

Exclusive: Disney Xd's breakout new live-action comedy series Pair of Kings has received a second-season pickup. Writers for the multi-camera comedy adventure series will reconvene after Thanksgiving to work on scripts, with production on the second season slated to begin in Hollywood in February. The series stars Mitchel Musso and Doc Shaw as fraternal twins who must relocate from their Chicago home to the island of Kinkow after they learn they are the rightful heirs to the throne of this odd kingdom. Since its September premiere, Pair of Kings has become Disney Xd's No.1 series across all key kid and boy demos, including Kids 6-14 and Boys 6-14. It ranks second in total viewers (684,000) behind veteran animated series Phineas and Ferb. Pair of Kings was created by Dan Cross and Dave Hoge who are executive producing with Matt Wickline.
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Disney Xd picks up 'Pair of Kings'

Disney Xd picks up 'Pair of Kings'
Disney Xd is going royal with a series order for the live-action comedy pilot "Pair of Kings."

The series, which will start production in March for a fall premiere, stars "Hannah Montana" veteran Mitchel Musso and "House of Payne" regular Doc Shaw as 16-year-old fraternal twins (one white and one black). They are typical teenagers in Chicago raised by their aunt and uncle until they find out that they are heirs to the throne of the island of Kinkou; they relocate there to become kings.

Rounding out the cast are Geno Segers as the Royal Secretary, Kelsey Chow as his daughter and Ryan Ochoa as their disgruntled cousin and wannabe king.

"Kings" was created by Dan Cross and Dave Hoge of the Disney Xd flagship series "Aaron Stone." The two will executive produce with Matt Wickline ("The Hughleys").

Don Beck serves as co-executive producer and Leo Clarke as producer.

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WB set to 'Bow' to rapper-actor

WB set to 'Bow' to rapper-actor
The WB Network has greenlighted Bow, a half-hour pilot from Touchstone TV to star rapper-actor Bow Wow as himself. Erica Montolfo, Dan Cross and David Hoge (UPN's One on One), who penned the script, are exec producing with Bow Wow's managers Teresa Caldwell and Michael Mauldin. The pilot stems from Bow Wow's talent deal with the WB. Bow Wow toplined a comedy pilot for the WB, which was in contention for fall 2003.

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