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New to Wednesdays - Edgar & Ellen

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New to Wednesdays - Edgar & Ellen
Catch this new show on ‘First at 5’, Wednesdays @ 5pm from 19th March


Nick NZ (Sky Channel 41) brings the new series Edgar & Ellen to your screen on Wednesdays at 5pm from Wednesday 19th March Edgar & Ellen are a pair of not-so-ordinary mischievous twins who live in a 13-story mansion within a junkyard on the edge of the sickly sweet town called “Nods Limbs”. In this wickedly popular series, Edgar and Ellen indulge their love of booby traps and pranks and prank each other and the poor suffering townspeople around them all day long

The 12 year-old twins are pretty much in charge of themselves while their parents are on an around-the-world vacation, and live with the family’s grounds keeper Heimertz and their pet - a pile of hair with an eyeball! From their backyard - a junkyard, which they’ve dubbed their ‘gadget grave-yard’ - they create marvelous contraptions of trouble.

Tune in at 5pm on Wednesdays from 19th March, to watch the twins concoct a cacophony of chaos in full length episodes of Edgar & Ellen only on Nick (Sky Channel 41).

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About Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon, now in its 29th year globally and second year locally in New Zealand, is the number one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. Nick NZ airs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is seen in over 700,000 households on SKY channel 41. On-air, Nick NZ features a wide array of original and acquired programming from animation to comedy, adventure and live action programs for kids aged 3 to 14 years. Nick NZ also owns and operates one of the few dedicated interactive kids websites in New Zealand – www.nicknz.co.nz.


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