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Nickelodeon March 2011 Highlights


The Penguins of Madagascar
Weekdays from Monday February 28 at 5pm till Friday March 25
On a mission without permission! The birds are back in March in an action-packed month full of wishes, relocations, practical jokes, upgrades and training exercises. Don’t miss 20 brand new episodes of your favourite black and white pals.

The Penguins of Madagascar tells the story of a group of penguins who believes it leads an elite strike force from its Central Park Zoo headquarters. The series features the all-new adventures of Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private, four penguins who rule the roost at their Central Park Zoo home with their top-tier commando skills. Their orderly world is disrupted by the arrival of the lemurs, who are led by the imperially deluded King Julien. While the brothers have their flippers full keeping their multi-species zoo neighbourhood happy, at times their secret missions beckon them to venture out onto the busy streets of New York City.

Big Time Rush – new episodes
New episodes Saturday March 12, 19, & 26 at 6.30pm
Don’t miss three brand new episodes in March of the hit music comedy series Big Time Rush. Logan, Kendall, Carlos and James are four best friends from Minnesota who are living a glamorous life in LA pursuing a music career. After a hugely successful six week Big Time Rush tour the band are back and are finding life in LA isn’t quite the same. Has the band's recent success changed everything? These fun loving talented boys wont be thrown by the changes and discover the importance of brotherhood, hard work and what it takes to make it ‘BIG TIME’.

Saturday March 12 at 6.30pm
Big Time Sneakers: Kendall and Jo have to sneak around and hide their relationship; since Jo’s publicist wants the press to thinks she’s dating her co-star. Will Kendall and Jo break up?
Saturday March 12 at 6.30pm
Big Time Pranks: The annual Day of Pranks competition has arrived and the guys compete to pull pranks on each other for the title of “Sir High King Lord of Pranks”, however the Palm Woods Girls want in and a boys vs. girls pranks war begins.
Saturday March 12 at 6.30pm
Big Time Guru: Gustavo gets a spiritual guru to help with his anger issues, however the guru proves to have ulterior motives when he talks Gustavo into letting him run Rocque Records. The boys must now do whatever it takes to get back control of Big Time Rush.

House of Anubis
***NEW SERIES*** Continues
Weekdays till Friday March 18 at 6.30pm
A missing girl.
A dark secret.
A mystery you’ll never forget.
Dare to unlock HOUSE OF ANUBUS.
The brand new mystery series House of Anubis tells the story of eight teenagers: Nina, Amber, Mara, Patricia, Fabian, Mick, Alfie and Jerome who live together in a boarding school, the House of Anubis. It’s a large and imposing boarding house (though it is barely large or imposing enough to contain the livewire kids who call it home!).
Each of these teens has hopes, hurts and a history of their own plus the added challenge of living away from home. Together they are a chaotic little community within their school. Sometimes they get along, sometimes they don’t. Sometimes they fall in love, sometimes they crash and burn. They’ve all got their flaws, but most of the time they’ve got each other’s backs.

Until one day, a new student named Nina arrives and like her classmates, she too has a history, one that is intertwined with Anubis House itself. The house itself is filled with secrets, danger and a precious and powerful treasure. Mysterious things start occurring and eerie stories surround their house.

The Anubis House gang try to understand why one of their fellow students (Joy) has mysteriously disappeared? And what dark mystery hides behind the walls of this old house? It quickly becomes clear to the eight teenagers that their lives will never be the same again!
What happened to Joy? Who can the Anubis House gang trust to help?

Watch the mystery unfold when House of Anubis continues in March weekdays at 6.30pm


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