A fable states that whoever builds the pyramid of Ra will be rewarded with gold but get it wrong and they all pay the price. When a mysterious stone arrives, someone's willing to take that risk. The ...
Season Finale: Joy fails in her attempts to assemble the Cup of Ankh. Could Nina be the Chosen One instead? The Sibunas face their toughest challenge as Rufus makes his final play for immortality at ...
Carly hosts her own home-grown web show, iCarly, Carly and sidekick Sam's regular Web casts ultimately feature everything from comedy sketches and talent contests to interviews, recipes, and problem-solving.
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.
my 5 and 8 year old loved it. How many episodes are there? IMDb seems confused about that. I have never seen better hair on any show in history and the fashion is easy and cheap to duplicated. The story is easy to follow and it made the kids laugh a lot. Nick should do more shows like this. It taps the appeal of Harry Potter---all things British---without scaring them. A nice fun show. The mystery it's based on is a good one, hard to figure out and intriguing.
Actually Nick should do a live weekly variety show staring Jeannette McConnell. Imagine, all the Nick stars and hot tween acts performing in a one hour live format hosted by Jeannette and produced by Schneider.
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