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House of Anubis is a mystery television series developed for Nickelodeon based on the Belgian-Dutch television series Het Huis Anubis The series was created by Hans Bourlon and Gert Verhulst and premiered on Nickelodeon on 1 January 2011 in the United States and on 25 February 2011 in the United Kingdom The series is the first series from the network to be filmed outside the United States and the first telenovela-format series for the network The show aired from 1 January 2011 to 17 June 2013

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Cast and characters
    • 21 Main cast
    • 22 Supporting cast
  • 3 Production and development
  • 4 Episodes
  • 5 Anubis Unlocked
  • 6 Reception
    • 61 Critical reception
    • 62 Audience reception
  • 7 Awards and nominations
  • 8 See also
  • 9 References
  • 10 External links

Plot

Anubis House is a residence at an English boarding school dating from the early 1900s, and currently serving as a home for nine kids under the watch of the boarding school's strict caretaker, Victor Rodenmaar Jr Francis Magee As an American girl named Nina Martin Nathalia Ramos moves into Anubis House, another resident, Joy Mercer Klariza Clayton, suddenly disappears without a warning and the school staff eliminates all traces of Joy's existence Joy's best friend, Patricia Williamson Jade Ramsey, is dismayed to learn this and accuses Nina of being involved with her disappearance Forced to spend a night in the attic, Nina makes a bizarre discovery: the recorded diary of a young girl whom she met earlier as an old woman, Sarah Frobisher-Smythe Rita Davies, who had lived in the house long ago On the tapes, it is revealed the house has a secret history, a mystery that nobody knows anything about Sarah has given Nina an Eye of Horus-shaped necklace with mysterious powers revealed to Nina when she decides to investigate the house's mystery, alongside her new friend Fabian Rutter Brad Kavanagh and new roommate Amber Millington Ana Mulvoy Ten They form a secret group called "Sibuna" Anubis backwards whose popularity expands to include Patricia, once she makes peace with Nina after learning that Joy's disappearance is connected to the house, and Alfie Lewis Alex Sawyer, another classmate and prankster Eventually, Jerome Clarke Eugene Simon joins in the mystery as well Mara Jaffray Tasie Lawrence, Mick Campbell Bobby Lockwood, and Trudy Rehmann Mina Anwar, the house mother, are oblivious to the mystery

In the second season, an evil ghost from ancient Egypt threatens Nina saying that she will die if she doesn't find the Mask of Anubis With the help of Sibuna, Nina finds a chain of tunnels containing deadly tasks that they must go through in order to find the mask Meanwhile, Victor is after that mask so that he could obtain the tears of gold, the missing ingredient in the elixir of life Jerome wants to find his father, who tells him that in order to reverse his bad luck, Jerome must find the Frobisher gem and put it into the Frobisher shield A new boy Eddie Burkely Duffield becomes rivals with Patricia, even though they are just hiding the fact that they are attracted to each other

In the third season, a new teacher, Miss Denby Susy Kane, comes to the school and seems to hang out with Victor and Mr Sweet often New American student KT Rush Alexandra Shipp comes to the school Eddie has a vision of KT's dying grandfather giving her a key and telling her to go to Anubis House Eddie and KT do some snooping around the house while Fabian tries to decipher a series of codes mistakenly given to Amber When Amber leaves for fashion school, Sibuna is revived with Eddie as a leader and Fabian, KT, Patricia, and Alfie as members They find out that the adults are trying to reawaken a sleeping Robert Frobisher-Smythe, with Denby being the "Keeper" , Victor being the "Enabler", and Mr Sweet being the "Seeker" The Sibunas discover that Miss Harriet Denby's name is actually Caroline Her sister is actually Harriet – and the original Keeper However, she is locked in a mental hospital because of her sister It turns out that KT is the great-granddaughter of Frobisher Jerome, Joy, Alfie, and Patricia are the descendants of Frobisher's friends and are needed for the ceremony, but because of Caroline Denby lying about her identity, Frobisher is reawakened evil

Everybody thinks that the ceremony didn't work out since Sibuna intervened just in time, but when Caroline goes to the gatehouse to pack her bags, she meets Frobisher, who is reawakened and evil Caroline does not tell Eric Sweet or Victor about this Robert explains to Caroline that he needs to capture five sinning people for Ammut at midnight or noon, so that they could become evil The sinners captured are Victor, Patricia, Mr Sweet, Fabian, and Alfie Ammut rises, but needs more souls She gives Frobisher a book that easily captures people's souls A fake assembly is organized as an attempt to capture more souls Willow Louisa Connolly-Burnham is the only person who didn't become a sinner Willow, Eddie, and KT are chased by Frobisher and the soul-less students but Harriet comes to the rescue with a stolen ambulance She explains that Willow didn't become a sinner because she had KT's moon key, and that Ammut can be sent back with Caroline's sun key and KT's moon key Willow becomes a sinner when she and KT try to steal the sun key because Harriet slipped the moon key into KT's pocket In the end, Ammut is sent back, devouring Caroline Frobisher is not evil again and old All the sinners are back to normal and don't remember what happened during the time they were sinners Willow doesn't even remember the short time that she was good, so she forgot about the whole mystery The Sibunas, of course, are told by Eddie and KT about what happened Frobisher and Harriet set off for Egypt, and Jerome and Joy finally get together after a lot of drama, involving Jerome cheating on Mara and Willow Mara and Fabian flirt The group enjoys a fireworks display

In the finale special Touchstone of Ra, the Anubis House residents are preparing for their graduation; however, their joyous celebration plans are cut short with the arrival of four fourth years who move in early – Cassie, Erin, Dexter, and Sophia Patricia instantly antagonizes Sophia because she spotted her flirting with Eddie On their trip to an Egyptian museum, Eddie, Dexter, and Sophia discover a special artifact known as the Touchstone of Ra Back at the house, Victor announces that an artifact from the museum was stolen, and the Touchstone suddenly appears to be in Eddie's possession Victor confiscates the Touchstone but has no intentions of returning it Later, the Sibunas along with Sophia and Mara overhear Victor speaking to Mr Sweet about what happens when the Pyramid of Ra is built They plan to prevent him from building the Pyramid, retrieving the Touchstone for good measure Eventually, Eddie discovers that Sophia has betrayed them when she plans to complete the Pyramid of Ra herself At the graduation ceremony, Mara is manipulated by an unknown force when she wears the valedictorian medal which is actually an artifact discovered by Alfie At the house, the Sibunas team up with Victor to find the remaining pillars of the Pyramid to stop Sophia from accomplishing her goal In the final showdown, the Pyramid is incomplete and the students are saved Since Sophia fails, she is transformed into stone as a punishment from Ra Eddie loses his Osirian powers in the process Since Victor's "destiny" was to prevent the pyramid from ever being built, he decides to leave the house for good that evening as the students celebrate their graduation party

Cast and characters

Main article: List of House of Anubis characters House of Anubis season 2 cast from L-R
Bobby Lockwood, Tasie Lawrence, Burkely Duffield, Jade Ramsey, Brad Kavanagh, Nathalia Ramos, Eugene Simon, Ana Mulvoy Ten, Alex Sawyer, and Klariza Clayton

Main cast

Name Actor/Actress Present in Episodes Season
Nina Martin Nathalia Ramos 1–150 1–2
Fabian Rutter Brad Kavanagh 1–191 1–3
Patricia Williamson Jade Ramsey 1–191 1–3
Amber Millington Ana Mulvoy Ten 1–160 1–3
Mick Campbell Bobby Lockwood 1–72, 141–150 1–2
Mara Jaffray Tasie Lawrence 1–191 1–3
Jerome Clarke Eugene Simon 1–191 1–3
Alfie Lewis Alex Sawyer 1–191 1–3
Joy Mercer Klariza Clayton 1, 29–32, 37, 47, 56–191 1–3
Eddie Miller Burkely Duffield 75–191 2-3
KT Rush Alexandra Shipp 151–191 3
Willow Jenks Louisa Connolly-Burnham 151–191 3

Supporting cast

Name Actor/Actress Present in Episodes Season
Victor Rodenmaar Jr Francis Magee 1–191 1–3
Trudy Rehman Mina Anwar 1–191 1–3
Mrs Daphne Andrews Julia Deakin 1–108 1–2
Mr Eric Sweet Paul Antony-Barber 1–191 1–3
Rufus Zeno Roger Barclay 12–60, 129–150 1–2
Sarah Frobisher-Smythe Rita Davies 3–45, 60 1
Jason Winkler Jack Donnelly 5–60 1
Sergeant Roebuck Nicholas Bailey 8–60 1
Ade Rutter Simon Chandler 11–33 1
Esther Robinson Catherine Bailey 15–60 1
Frederick Mercer Michael Lumsden 18–60 1
Nurse Delia Sheri-An Davis 18–60 1
Mr Campbell Stephen Beckett 23 1
Mr Lewis Cyril Nri 34–35 1
Mrs Lewis Sarah Wood 34–35 1
Robbie James Gandhi 44–47 1
Poppy Clarke Frances Encell 61–150 2
Gran Gwyneth Powell 63–150 2
Senkhara Sophiya Haque 63–150 2
Gustav Ziestack Hugh Lee 63–150 2
Jasper Choudhary Sartaj Garewal 67–150 2
Vera Devenish Poppy Miller 73–149 2
Pete Roper, PI Colin Mace 73–80 2
John Clarke Philip Wright 25–150 2
Zoe Valentine Sarah Paul 110–150 2
Piper Williamson Nikita Ramsey 115–123, 186 2–3
Victor Rodenmaar Sr Francis Magee 140–145 2
Caroline Denby Susy Kane 151–190 3
Harriet Denby Bryony Afferson 162–190 3
Robert Frobisher-Smythe John Sackville 171–190 3
Ben Reed Freddie Boath 177–180 3
Ammut Felicity Gilbert 189–190 3
Sophia Danae Claudia Jessie 191 3
Dexter Lloyd Jake Davis 191 3
Erin Blakewood Kae Alexander 191 3
Cassie Tate Roxy Fitzgerald 191 3

Production and development

Production on the pilot episode began in August 2009, though with a different cast and a different title than the eventual series In March 2010 Studio 100 announced that the series was sold to Nickelodeon in the United States, and Nickelodeon confirmed that House of Anubis was in development for a planned fall 2010 debut The series was filmed in the summer of 2010 in Liverpool, and was first broadcast in the United States on 1 January 2011 Nickelodeon included House of Anubis in its 10 March 2011 press release for its annual Upfront presentation to advertisers and media

The series is the first original series produced for the flagship US Nickelodeon channel to be produced outside of North America The series is structured in a different manner from other live-action television series in that each episode consists of two eleven-minute segments, a format commonly used in half-hour animated series although the events of each subsequent segment pick up from the events of the previous segment; and the series' episodes are formatted to be broadcast in the five-day-a-week format that is typically common with soap operas or telenovelas

On 29 June 2011, Entertainment Weekly confirmed that Nickelodeon had ordered a second season of House of Anubis and that production would begin on 21 July 2011 in Liverpool A total of forty-five half-hour episodes ninety 15-minute episodes were aired, premiering on 9 January 2012

On 16 April 2012, a third season was confirmed by Nickelodeon and Lime Pictures Nathalia Ramos, who played lead character Nina Martin, did not return for the series' third season so that she could focus on finishing college Eugene Simon confirmed that filming of the third season would begin in the summer of 2012 On 16 July 2012, Nickelodeon UK & Ireland announced on their Twitter page and the website's blog that filming of season 3 would begin that month Bobby Lockwood announced on his Twitter page that he would not be returning for the series' third season, but instead that he had a new show called Wolfblood coming out on CBBC later in 2012 It was announced on the House of Anubis Facebook page that there would be new characters named KT Rush, played by Alexandra Shipp, and Willow, played by Louisa Connolly-Burnham

The series was filmed in Liverpool with Ye Priory Court standing in for Anubis House, and Peckforton Castle Lodge, located in Chester, standing in for the gatehouse

Episodes

Main article: List of House of Anubis episodes
Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 60 January 1, 2011 2011-01-01 February 19, 2011 2011-02-19
2 90 January 9, 2012 2012-01-09 March 9, 2012 2012-03-09
3 40 January 3, 2013 2013-01-03 April 11, 2013 2013-04-11
Special June 14, 2013 2013-06-14

Anubis Unlocked

Anubis Unlocked is a behind the scenes show which aired in and produced by Nickelodeon UK Ten episodes were commissioned for the first series of House of Anubis, which featured cast interviews, behind the scenes clips, tours of the set, and exclusive previews These ten episodes were presented by Anna Williamson and Jamie Rickers Anubis Unlocked was not commissioned for the second series of House of Anubis, though a short behind-the-scenes segment aired at the end of series two Anubis Unlocked was re-commissioned for the third series of House of Anubis

Reception

Critical reception

Youth Television News praised the series, commending Nickelodeon's attempt at a drama series, saying "a good story always outdoes a repetitive sitcom"

Audience reception

The hour-long series premiere on 1 January 2011 was watched by an average of 29 million viewers for the first two episodes The series scored a 40 share 846,000 viewers among teens 11–17, a 44 share 952,000 viewers among kids 11–15 and a 35 share 12 million among kids 11–18, ranking #1 amongst all broadcast and basic cable programs in its timeslot in all pre-teen and teen demographics

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref
2011 Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards Nick UK's Favourite Show House of Anubis Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite International TV Show House of Anubis Nominated
British Academy Children's Awards Drama House of Anubis Nominated
Best Independent Production Company Lime Pictures Nominated
2012 Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards Favorite UK TV Show House of Anubis Nominated
Favorite UK Actor Brad Kavanagh Nominated
Favorite UK Actress Ana Mulvoy Ten Nominated
Broadcast Awards 2012 Best Children's Programme House of Anubis Nominated
British Academy Children's Awards BAFTA Kid's Vote: Television House of Anubis Nominated
2013 Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards Favorite UK TV Show House of Anubis Won

See also

  • Nickelodeon portal
  • Television portal

References

  1. ^ "House of Anubis – Broadcast history" The Futon Critic Retrieved 14 August 2014 Broadcast history: 1/1/11 – 6/17/13 a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months – without any news about its future – is assumed to be canceled 
  2. ^ a b c "Nickelodeon Renews Live-Action Telenovela-Style Hit "House of Anubis"" Press release Nickelodeon 30 June 2011 Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via TV by the Numbers 
  3. ^ a b Abby West 21 November 2012 "Get ready for the 2013 return of 'House of Anubis': EXCLUSIVE VIDEO" Entertainment Weekly Retrieved 19 May 2017 
  4. ^ Twitter / RogerBarclay: @RhysWalker23 I won't be back Twittercom Retrieved on 24 March 2013
  5. ^ a b c d "Nickelodeon announces House of Anubis special "Touchstone of Ra"" Press release London 21 May 2013 Archived from the original on 23 May 2013 Retrieved 2013-08-21 
  6. ^ Anubis House, Screen Terrier
  7. ^ Anthony Crupi 11 March 2010 "Nickelodeon announces six new series" The Hollywood Reporter MediaWeek/Associated Press Retrieved 19 May 2017 
  8. ^ "Number-One Nickelodeon Brings Upfront Presentation to Los Angeles for First Time Ever" Press release Nickelodeon 24 March 2010 Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via PR Newswire 
  9. ^ Miles, Tina 4 March 2011 "Popular children's drama House of Anubis filmed in Liverpool for USA audiences starts in UK" Liverpool Echo Retrieved 11 October 2017 
  10. ^ "TV Movie Spearheads Season of More Than 100 New Episodes of Nick's Hit Live-Action Programming " PDF Press release Nickelodeon 10 March 2011 Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via Viacomcom 
  11. ^ Brooks Barnes 30 October 2010 "Making Sure Nickelodeon Hangs With Cool Kids" The New York Times p 2 Retrieved 12 December 2013 
  12. ^ Lynette Rice 29 June 2011 "House of Anubis renewed for season 2" Entertainment Weekly Retrieved 19 May 2017 
  13. ^ "Nickelodeon's Hit Live-Action Mystery "House of Anubis" Returns for Season Two Monday, Jan 9" Press release Nickelodeon 20 December 2011 Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via The Futon Critic 
  14. ^ It's Time to Chat HOA Season 3! Nickcom 16 April 2012 Retrieved on 24 March 2013
  15. ^ Eugene Simon 24 April 2012 "@ClaudiSanabria in the summer" Tweet Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via Twitter 
  16. ^ Nick Blog | Post Nickcouk 16 July 2012 Retrieved on 24 March 2013
  17. ^ Bobby Lockwood 16 July 2012 "I am sorry to say that I won't be returning to Anubis! But I do have a new show coming out this autumn, Wolfblood on CBBC! So so excited! X" Tweet Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via Twitter 
  18. ^ "Look at Ye Priory Court, Allerton, Liverpool L25 7AY property for sale – Houses & flats for sale – Zoopla" zooplacouk 
  19. ^ Susy Kane 6 July 2013 "@talleseike The real Gatehouse was Peckforton Castle Lodge - at the entrance to the amazing Peckforton Castle - in Chester :" Tweet Retrieved 19 May 2017 – via Twitter 
  20. ^ Anubis Unlocked returns for Season 3 Vimncom 27 November 2012 Retrieved on 24 March 2013
  21. ^ YTN Review: House of Anubis Archived 12 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  22. ^ Nickelodeon's 'House Of Anubis' Series Premiere Scores Top Spot With Kids And Tweens, TVbytheNumberscom, 4 January 2011,
  23. ^ "2011 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards :: Hosted by Jack Black" Kcanickcouk Retrieved 9 January 2012 
  24. ^ "KCA Argentina 2011 – Nominated" Kcablogcom 19 August 2011 Retrieved 9 January 2012 
  25. ^ "KCA Argentina 2011 – Winners" Kcablogcom Retrieved 9 January 2012 
  26. ^ "2011 British Academy Children's Awards Winners – Children's – Awards – The BAFTA site" Baftaorg Retrieved 9 January 2012 
  27. ^ "2011 British Academy Children's Awards Winners – Children's – Awards – The BAFTA site" Baftaorg Retrieved 9 January 2012 
  28. ^ "2012 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards – Winners" Retrieved 15 May 2012 
  29. ^ "2012 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards – Winners" Retrieved 15 May 2012 
  30. ^ "2012 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards – Winners" Retrieved 15 May 2012 
  31. ^ "Broadcast Awards 2012 – Winners" Retrieved 15 May 2012 
  32. ^ "British Academy Children's Awards Nominees in 2012" British Academy of Films and Television Arts Retrieved 9 November 2012 
  33. ^ "Nickelodeon UK Twitter" 

External links

  • Official website
  • House of Anubis on IMDb
  • House of Anubis at TVcom

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