Saturday, March 17, 2018

Nickelodeon Africa To Premiere 'Hunter Street' Season Two On Monday 9th April 2018

New quests and new mysteries are in store for the Hunter family in the brand-new second season of Hunter Street, premiering Monday 9th April 2018 at 12:55 CAT on Nickelodeon Africa! Featuring a new Hunter sibling, all-new episodes of Hunter Street season two will continue to premiere weekdays at 12:55 CAT on Nick Africa.

Hunter Street season one followed the five Hunter siblings - street-smart Max; independent and resourceful Tess; resident genius Sal; free-spirited Anika; and fiercely protective Daniel as they solved the mystery of their missing foster parents. With the family reunited, season two kicks off when a cryptic box is delivered to the Hunter home, and when their dad, Erik Hunter, is accused of a crime, it’s up to the kids to crack the case and clear his name!

Fans can visit and follow @HunterStreetTV on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about the series and its characters.

Hunter Street stars Stony Blyden as street-smart Max; MaeMae Renfrow as the independent and resourceful sister Tess; Kyra Smith as the free-spirited youngest Hunter sister Anika; Daan Creyghton as Sal, the genius of the bunch; and Thomas Jansen as the fiercely protective eldest brother Daniel. Joining the cast in season two is Wilson Radjou-Pujalte as Jake Hunter and Kate Bensdorp as Evie.

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

Get caught up on everything that happened in Hunter Street season one in the super video below!

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