Nickelodeon Renews ‘Henry Danger’

Nickelodeon has renewed two of its top-rated series, Henry Danger and Game Shakers for additional seasons, the network said Wednesday.

Comedy series Henry Danger has been greenlit for a 20-episode fourth season that will launch in 2017, according to the network. The series, which follows the exploits of teenager who doubles as a real-life crime fighter, currently ranks as the most watched show with kids 2-11 and 6-11, according to Nick.

Game Shakers, which follows teen friends who create a successful gaming company, will return for a 20-episode third season next year, according to network officials. The series is the second most watched show among key kid demos, according to Nickelodeon.

Both series are executively produced by Dan Schneider through his company Schneider's Bakery Productions.

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