Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Hulu to Premiere 'Find Me in Paris' Season 3 on Friday, August 21, 2020

Find Me in Paris season 3 will pirouette onto streaming service Hulu in the U.S. on Friday, August 21!

Find Me in Paris is a live-action dance-themed tween drama centering on Lena Grisky, a Russian princess attending the Paris Opera Ballet School, the most elite dance institution in the world. But Lena has a secret. She’s a time traveler!

Season 3 Trailer | Find Me In Paris

Find Me In Paris is a fun fish out of water story about Lena Grisky, a Russian Princess and student at the Paris Opera Ballet School that accidentally time travels to present day. In Find Me In Paris Lena must quickly adapt to modern advances like technology, teen slang, and fashionable clothes. Lena tries to keep her secret and hide from the dangerous Time Collectors. Have fun watching the series Find Me In Paris on this official channel and this episode of Max and Isaac.

It's currently unknown whether Nickelodeon UK & Ireland will air Find Me in Paris season three, however, the first two seasons performed very well for the channel with the series becoming a firm fan-favourite, so its more than likely that Nick will acquire the rights to the third season.

Fans can catch up on seasons one and two weeknights at 7:30pm on Nick UK & Eire and via Nickelodeon On Demand! Fans can also visit and the Nick Play app to find out more about the show and it's characters, watch short video clips, and play games and quizzes.

The new season sees the introduction of two rising stars from Britain to the cast: Isabelle Allen, who features in the Netflix series Safe and played young Cosette in the movie Les Misérables, and Jake Swift, who starred in Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism, alongside Joan Collins, Emily Watson, Celia Imrie, and the miniseries New Worlds.

Filmed in Paris – including at the Garnier Opera House – the new season will also travel to the French Riviera, where the students participate in an international dance workshop, and Brussels. Principal photography commenced in July 2019.

The new season will comprise 26 half hours, bringing the series to a total of 78 episodes.

In Season 3, Lena seeks to find who she is and why everyone is so interested in her and her timepiece. When she and her friends attend a dance workshop in the South of France, they have to fight for the only spot available in the company. What will Lena do when the Time Bureau comes for her and tries to bring her back to 1905?

“The new season will push the boat out even further with exciting storylines, new characters, compelling dance sequences, and new locations that we have no doubt will continue to thrill and entertain viewers,” said David Michel, president of Cottonwood Media and managing director of Federation Kids & Family.

Find Me in Paris has also become a mega digital hit, with the original soundtracks from Seasons 1 & 2 (available across all key music streaming platforms) notching up an incredible 1.2 million streams (30% from Germany, 15.5% US, 11.5% France), and Spotify registering 780k streams.

In the last 3 months, Instagram recorded more than 2 million impressions, with an average level of engagement of 29% (English Insta account) and 45% for the best post. The Find Me in Paris YouTube channel has grown by a breathtaking 550% since November 2019, with almost 7 million views. Find Me in Paris is also the top teen live action show in France.

“It’s incredibly rewarding to see broadcasters renew their interest in this hit series. The brilliant social media results relating to Find Me in Paris also shines a spotlight on the show’s extensive global fan base and we are delighted to be hitting all the right notes!” said Monica Levy, Head of Sales, Federation Kids & Family.

With 3 Seasons, Find Me in Paris (78 x 26’) is a premium hit tween series that combines world-class ballet, modern dance, drama and comedy. It follows the story of Lena Grisky, a time-travelling ballet dancer from 1905 Russia trapped in modern day Paris, and the many dilemmas she faces finding her place between two worlds.

Find Me in Paris is produced by David Michel, Zoé Carrera Allaix, Cecile Lauritano. The series is a Cottonwood Media production, co-produced with ZDF, ZDF Enterprises, Be-Films and the Opera National de Paris. Co-created and co-executive produced by Jill Girling and Lori Mather-Welch (creators of Nickelodeon’s hit series Ride), with Leila Smith as Executive Producer. Find Me in Paris is directed by Matt Bloom (Emmy Award-Winning Hank Zipzer, and Disney’s The Lodge), along with heavyweight Irish directing team Ronan and Robert Burke (TV3’s hit show Ed Rock, Netflix’s Free Rein, animated series Roy and Damo & Ivor: The Movie).

Find Me in Paris is distributed worldwide by Federation Kids & Family (excluding Germany, GST and Scandinavia which is handled by ZDF Enterprises). Various seasons of the 12-million-euro time-traveling ballet series have already been snapped up by a plethora of international broadcasters such as France Télévisions and Disney (France and Italy), NBC Universal and Hulu (USA), ABC (Australia), VRT (Belgium), RAI (Italy), Quebecor (French speaking Canada) , HBO (Portugal), Hot TV (Israel), and SVOD service Showmax (South Africa), to name a few.

Following on from the success of preceding seasons, Disney France, France TV, ABC (Australia), RTBF (Belgium), SIC Kids and RTP (Portugal) have all acquired the third season of Find Me in Paris.

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Originally published: Tuesday, July 28, 2020.

Additional source: Variety.
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