Author C. Sanders. Published on May 28, 2011 - 10:53 pm (2950 views — 351 words)
Welcome to the House of Anubis. There are 8 students living in the house and I'm keeping my eye on all of them. It's not as creepy as it sounds, really. So far some weird things are happening. Nina arrives at the House of Anubis, and Joy immediately gets taken away?
Between that unsolved mystery, a cranky caretaker with a creepy stuffed crow, and an attic that's probably haunted, everyone needs to keep an eye on this house.
When one of their group disappears on the same day that an American girl joins their ranks, a group of English boarding school students embarks on solving a mystery.
House of Anubis is an jointly American/British/Belgian produced teen mystery/drama television show based on the Belgian/Dutch series Het Huis Anubis. The series was created by Hans Bourlon & Gert Verhulst and premiered on Nickelodeon on January 1st, 2011 in the United States and on February 25th, 2011 in the UK. The series is the first Nickelodeon series to be filmed overseas, the first soap opera created by Nickelodeon and the first to be aimed at children and teenagers.
The series is about a group of eight teenagers who live together in what they call the Anubis House, which is named after the Egyption god Anubis. Anubis House is an early 1900s-era building that serves as a boarding home for a certain elite boarding school in the UK.
According to Wikipedia the show ranked #1 among all broadcast and basic cable programs in the shows time slot in all pre-teen and teenagers demographics and was watched by nearly 2.9 million viewers. A source close to the show had this to say,
"Because the show had so much high ratings, there will be a season 2 of House Of Anubis. I talked to the creators/directors and they gave me a title Sibuna Returns. While you fans continue to watch reruns of the show they will be working, planning, and directing more of season 2."
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