Saturday, February 11, 2017

Nickelodeon UK To Premiere "School Of Rock" Season Two On Sunday 12th March 2017

The online British and Irish TV guide website Digiguide is reporting the rockin' news that Nickelodeon UK & Ireland/HD will start to premiere and show brand-new episodes of the all-new second season of School of Rock on Sunday 12th March 2017 at 11:31am, straight after the UK & Irish premiere of Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards, hosted by WWE superstar John Cena, at 10:00am!

In the second season premiere episode of School of Rock, "Changes" (#201), the kids' plans are jeopardised when their regular teacher returns, so they must find a way to get Dewey (Tony Cavalero) back and keep their rock and roll dreams alive.

School of Rock season two (13 episodes) will continue to mix comedy with rockin' cast performances of many popular and original songs, and will feature a dazzling guest stars, including Brec Bassinger (Bella and the Bulldogs), Daya, and Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic)!

The only live event where kids’ votes count and the biggest stars of the day line up to get slimed, Nickelodeon’s 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards will celebrate kids’ favourites from across the worlds of film, television, music, pop culture, animation and more. With stunts and surprises at every turn, the show will air live from USC’s Galen Center in Los Angeles on Nick USA at 8:00pm ET/PT on Saturday 11th March 2017, and will debut on Nick UK & Eire at 10am GMT on Sunday 12th March 2017, less than 24 hours after the live US show! Vote for who you want to see win a coveted Orange Blimp now at!

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