Nickelodeon has renewed Dan Schneider-produced series “Henry Danger” and “Game Changers,” which currently rank as the year’s number-one and number-two shows, respectively, with kids 2-11 and kids 6-11 on all TV. “Henry Danger,” which heads into season four, has an order for 20 new episodes, bringing the series to a total of 85 episodes. And “Game Shakers” heads into season three, also with 20 new episodes and taking it to a total of 65.
“Henry Danger” follows the adventures of Henry Hart (Jace Norman) as he navigates a double life, balancing the challenges of being a teenager with the crazy adventures of a real-life crime fighter. And “Game Shakers” tells the story of Babe and Kenzie, and their friends Triple G and Hudson, who create a successful gaming company in Brooklyn, New York, with help from a superstar rapper named Double G (played by Nick alum Kel Mitchell).