Monday, October 14, 2019

Nickelodeon Scandinavia to Premiere 'Hunter Street' Season 3 on Monday 23rd September 2019

Mystery and adventure returns to Nickelodeon in the third season of the hit live-action series Hunter Street, premiering Monday 23rd September 2019 at 17:00 on Nickelodeon Denmark (Danmark) and Nickelodeon Sweden (Sverige) and at 17:35 on Nickelodeon Norway (Norge)! Following launch, new episodes of Hunter Street season three will continue to air weekdays at 17:00 on Nickelodeon Danmark and Nickelodeon Sverige and at 17:35 on Nickelodeon Norge.


Hunter Street is locally titled Hunters hemmelighed in Denmark, Hunters hemlighet in Sweden, and Hunters hemmelighet in Norway.

Leading up to the debut of Hunter Street season three, fans can catch up on season two weekdays at 17:00 on Nick Danmark and Nick Sverige and at 17:35 on Nick Norge.

A lot has changed for the Hunter family in season three, and a mysterious treasure map brings them on a new and exciting adventure. The Hunter kids will once again need to work together, along with some new friends, to uncover the hidden treasure, outwit dangerous enemies, and discover major secrets about their family’s past along the way.

In the premiere episode, "The Birthday Gift", Anika is celebrating her 14th birthday when she is sent an unusual present – a miniature pyramid wrapped inside a torn treasure map. Before the kids can figure out what it means and who sent it, their parents announce they’ve booked a vacation to get away from renovations at the Hunter Museum. Once there, Sal discovers the gifts tied to a long-lost Aztec treasure – and an ancient curse. A new mystery has begun!

Hunter Street season three stars Kyra Smith as the outgoing leader Anika; Daan Creyghton as Sal, the genius of the bunch; Kate Bensdorp as the adventurous and youngest Hunter sibling Evie; Wilson Radjou-Pujalte as the talented artist Jake; Eliyha Altena as their quirky new friend Oliver; and Sarah Nauta as their brave new friend Jasmyn. Both Altena and Nauta also appeared in the Dutch counterpart of Hunter Street, De Ludwigs.


Hunter Street is produced by Blooming Media, and was co-developed with the Nickelodeon Netherlands series De Ludwigs.

Fans can visit nickelodeon.dk, nickelodeon.se and nickelodeon.no to find out more about Hunter Street, view pictures of the cast as well as watch video clips from the show, including full-length episodes dubbed in Danish (Dansk), Swedish (Svenska) and Norwegian (Norsk). Fans can also follow @HunterStreetTV on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about the series and its characters.

Fans can also like the official Nickelodeon Danmark and and Nickelodeon Sverige Facebook pages (DK | SE) and follow Nickelodeon Danmark and and Nickelodeon Sverige on Instagram (DK | SE) for the latest Nick news, highlights and videos.

Update (14/10) - A few Nickelodeon Scandinavia updates:

- Nickelodeon Denmark (Danmark) and Nickelodeon Norway (Norge) have refreshed their websites! Both nickelodeon.dk and nickelodeon.no now use a 'bare-bones' design based on the current design of Nickelodeon's flagship nick.com website. Like the U.S. website, the refreshed websites doesn't feature any games, however, like the U.S. site, it does feature videos and full-length episodes. Nickelodeon Sweden's (Sverige) website currently remains the same.

- Nickelodeon Scandinavia has started to air Find Me In Paris! The series is locally titled Find mig i Paris on Nickelodeon Denmark, Finn meg i Paris on Nickelodeon Norway, and Tidlös prinsessa on Nickelodeon Sweden.

- Nickelodeon Scandinavia has also started to air LEGO City Adventures! The series is locally titled Eventyr i Lego City on Nickelodeon Norway.

Originally published: Sunday, August 25, 2019.

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