Jan 28

Keep in Touch With ‘WITS Academy’s Ryan Cargill

Nick_logo_with_depth In 2015, Nickelodeon premiered a new show entitled “WITS Academy.” The show was a spin-off from “Every Witch Way” and stars Emma’s bestie, Andi Cruz as she trains and studies at WITS Academy.
Also starring on the show—and playing Andi’s crush—is Ryan Cargill, aka Luke Archer.
The rising star is super active on social media, so be sure to check him out.
Twitter: @Ryan_Cargill7
Instagram: Ryan_Cargill7
In other exciting new “WITS Academy” recently premiered in the UK.

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Jan 09

Nickelodeon’s Cree Cicchino at Planet Hollywood NYC—(PHOTOS)

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Cree Cicchino made an appearance at Planet Hollywood Times Square on Wednesday, January 6th  to promote her starring role as “Babe” in the Nickelodeon original series “Game Shakers”.  The talented actress had a a private meet and greet with 30 kids from The Kids League.

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All photos:: Bruce Glikas/Planet Hollywoo

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Jan 07

Victoria Justice and Ryan McCartan to Appear in Fox Remake

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Victoria Justice and “Liv & Maddie”s Ryan McCartan will appear on Fox’s remake of “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” The two-hour special is expected to make its debut in the fall.

In the cult classic, Brad and Janet—whom Victoria and Ryan will play—have a bit of trouble with their car causing it to break down. In search of help, they stop by one strange house. Although it may be late, their night is just beginning.

Others set to appear in the production include Reeve Carney, Riff Raff and Staz Nair.

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Dec 03

Nickelodeon’s Make It Pop Returns For Second Season

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 Nickelodeon’s music-infused daily scripted series, Make It Pop, returns for a 20-episode second season starting Monday, Jan. 4, at 7 p.m. (ET/PT). With all new songs and performances, heightened drama and lots of laughs, season two will continue to follow the coming-of-age journey of social-media maven Sun Hi (Megan Lee), bookish Corki (Erika Tham), fashion-forward Jodi (Louriza Tronco) and DJ Caleb (Dale Whibley) at Mackendrick Prep, who, out of their love of music, formed the band XO-IQ. 
Faced with bigger challenges and higher stakes in season two, XO-IQ has yet to reunite after a number of setbacks. Corki is in danger of being removed from Mackendrick Prep by her father, Jodi is deciding if she should pursue her love of fashion, and now that Sun Hi is clashing with hotshot guitarist Linc, it looks like XO-IQ might be over, until a new band competition and rival boy band emerge and change everything.  
 
Fans can watch full episodes of Make It Pop and access additional content such as music videos, how to dance videos, musical games and activities at Nick.com/MakeItPop.