Sunday, January 27, 2019

Nickelodeon Teen France to Premiere 'I Am Frankie' Season 2 on Saturday 9th February 2019



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Nickelodeon’s serialized live-action show I Am Frankie returns on Saturday 9th January 2019 at 10:00am on Nickelodeon Teen France, continuing the story of Frankie Gaines (Alex Hook), a cutting-edge, experimental android who looks like any other human girl, but harbours a big secret--she functions as a high-tech computer with internet access, extensive memory and more. I Am Frankie, locally titled Frankie 2.0, regularly on the Nickelodeon Teen channel in France.

🤗 👏🏼 Trop hâte de voir la saison 2 de Frankie 2.0 ! A partir du 9 février à 10h00 sur NICKELODEON #Teen !

In season two, Frankie has finally acclimated to teenage life at Sepulveda High with the help of her best friend Dayton (Nicole Alyse Nelson) and their tight-knit group of loyal confidantes. However, things quickly become complicated when a new android arrives at the school, and the world finally learns that androids exist, and the military company, WARPA (Weaponized Android Research Project Agency), returns with a new threat. Throughout the season, Frankie aims to keep her true identity a secret, while protecting her family and friends and attempting to live a normal life.

Online at, fans can find out more about Frankie 2.0 and watch short video clips.

I Am Frankie stars Amina Alzouma (“Rachel”), Uriel Baldesco (“Lucia”), Kristi Beckett (“Makayla”), Kyson Facer (“Andrew”), Sophia Forest (“Jenny”), Mohana Krishnan (“Tammy”), Tommi Rose (“Simone”), Carson Rowland (“Cole”), and Zachary S. Williams (“Zane”).

Filmed at Viacom International Studios in Miami, I Am Frankie was originally produced as Yo Soy Franky by Nickelodeon Latin America in Colombia. The series is created by renowned Argentine writer Marcela Citterio. The English language version is produced by Paradiso Pictures and Nickelodeon Latin America.

I Am Frankie season two premiered on Nickelodeon USA on Monday 10th September 2018, and is currently rolling out globally across Nickelodeon’s channels and branded blocks in 170+ countries and territories.

In additional news, Orange recently removed the Viacom video on demand (VOD) services Mon Nickelodeon Junior (My Nickelodeon Junior) and My MTV from its line-up in France. J One and MTV Hits also left the Orange TV platform at the same time.

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Additional source: Google Translate.
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