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American scholarship student Nina Martin arrives at her new school - an English boarding school with a dormitory named after the Egyptian god of death, Anubis. Upon her arrival, fellow student Joy suddenly leaves the school. When Joy's friends, Nina's new housemates, confront her about Joy's disappearance, suspicion quickly turns to the draconian groundskeeper of Anubis House, Victor. Nina and the other students embark on a quest to find out exactly what happened to Joy, while uncovering a world of mystery in the process.
During seasons 1 and 3 a show called "Anubis Unlocked" was filmed, but only shown in the UK. This show interviewed the characters and people who make "House Of Anubis" possible. It also goes behind the scenes for things you might not see on camera and trivia. See more »
Here we meet again, House of Anubis, a show I found addicting and truly entertaining. But, here's my honest review on it. Like every single show, Anubis isn't perfect. Some mistakes and not the best character developments, but, after all, I found some magic meanwhile watching this hit series. When I first saw the trailer on my TV, I already thought this is going to be something exciting. Something different from any other Nickelodeon show. And I was right. House of Anubis was unlikely anything I have ever seen on television. Not only mystery filled plot, but also a show including every single genre but horror. I'm talking about comedy, drama, mystery, romance, thriller, action, all of the things a good show needs were combined together, creating one amazing TV series. While watching every single episode of this show, I discovered something special upon everything, something that made me kept watching. Maybe the imperfections in this show were what made me so interested, I don't even know. Maybe how good the plot was in season 1 or the mystery about Joy disappearing. Everything combined together kept me on the edge of my seat every single episode. Even though there were many things I didn't like in this series, I find it weird not to call it perfect. Why is it perfect? Because it's a show that feels like real life. The mystery is truly unrealistic, but the way the show introduces it makes it more realistic than, say, my own life. Also, what I love about this show is that it fits all of the ages. Everyone, teens, adults, kids, even babies are allowed to watch this and be entertained, of course, depending on your television taste. Once you watch the first 10-20 episodes of the show, I bet you will be surprised and will continue watching HOA. All of the actors & actresses are gifted and their acting is amazing. One of the biggest minus about it is that this show is too much underrated.
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