Monday, April 03, 2017

Megan Lee Reportedly Confirms No Plans For More "Make It Pop"

Actor Megan Lee, who portrayed Sun Hi in Make It Pop, has reportedly confirmed the unfortunate news during a recent live stream that there are currently no plans to make a third season of Nickelodeon's musical comedy series.


MAKE IT POP SEASON 2 GALLERY: Pictured: CORKI (ERIKA THAM), SUN HI (MEGAN LEE), JODI (LOURIZA TRONCO), CALEB (DALE WHIBLEY) in MAKE IT POP SEASON 2 on Nickelodeon. Photo: Steve Wilke/Nickelodeon. © 2015 Viacom International, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Make It Pop is a comedic, music-infused daily strip about three unique girls who come together to start their own K-Pop-inspired band. Randomly selected to room together at boarding school, bookish Corki (Erika Tham), fashion-forward Jodi (Louriza Tronco) and social media maven Sun Hi (Megan Lee) meet and bond over music. With the help of fellow classmate and aspiring DJ, Caleb (Dale Whibley), the girls grow from roommates to bandmates as their group, XO-IQ, becomes a school-wide sensation.

In season two, faced with bigger challenges and higher stakes in season two, XO-IQ experiences 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 Harrison (Vinson Tran), it looks like XO-IQ might be over, until a new band competition and rival boy band named L3 EP emerge and change everything.


MAKE IT POP : "Think" --Epi 201, Pictured: Corki (Erika Tham), Sun Hi (Megan Lee) and Jodi (Louriza Tronco) in MAKE IT POP on Nickelodeon Photo: Stephen Scott/Nickelodeon. © 2015 Viacom International, Inc All Rights Reserved.

Make It Pop ran for 41 episodes over two seasons and one special.

Make It Pop is co-created by Thomas W. Lynch (The Other Kingdom) and entertainment magnate Nick Cannon and produced by DHX Media. Lynch and Cannon served as executive producers together with DHX Media's Steven DeNure and Anne Loi. The musical direction of the series was led by Bill Silva Entertainment, with music supervision by Peter Coquillard and Pilar McCurry for Silva Music Publishing. XO-IQ is managed by Bill Silva Management.

H/T: ToonZone Forums member kanc; Additional source: Wikipedia.
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