House of Anubis

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House of Anubis
Houseofanubis.jpg
GenreTeen drama
Mystery Action
Created byHans Bourlon &
Gert Verhulst
Written byDiane Whitley
Bede Blake
Neil Jones
Nathan Cockerill
James Whitehouse
Hannah George
Paul Gerstenberger
Alison Greenaway
Jodi Reynolds
Davey Moore
Tim Compton
Directed byAngelo Abela
Peter Fearon
Graeme Harper
Tessa Hoffe
Tim Hopewell
Tom Poole
Tracey Rooney
Gill Wilkinson
Starring
Theme music composerRob Cairnes
Tony Morales
Country of originBelgium
United States
United Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes190 (+ 90-minute TV special) (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Anja Van Mensel
Tony Wood
Producer(s)Susie Liggat (series 1)
Edward Pugh (series 2)
Lucy Martin (series 3)
Angelo Abela (series 3)
Editor(s)David Mercer
David Long
Les Healey
Pauline Cain
Mark Doran
Camera setupVideotape; Single-camera
Running time23 minutes (consisting of two 11-minute segments; Seasons 1–2; Season 3: Eps. 13-present)
46 minutes (consisting of two 23-minute segments; Season 3: Eps. 1–12)
Production company(s)Studio 100
Lime Pictures
Nickelodeon Productions
DistributorNickelodeon
Broadcast
Original channelNickelodeon (2011–2013)
TeenNick (2013)
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Original run1 January 2011 (2011-01-01) – 17 June 2013 (2013-06-17)[1]
Chronology
Related showsHet Huis Anubis
Het Huis Anubis en de Vijf van het Magische Zwaard
Das Haus Anubis
External links
Website
 
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House of Anubis
Houseofanubis.jpg
GenreTeen drama
Mystery Action
Created byHans Bourlon &
Gert Verhulst
Written byDiane Whitley
Bede Blake
Neil Jones
Nathan Cockerill
James Whitehouse
Hannah George
Paul Gerstenberger
Alison Greenaway
Jodi Reynolds
Davey Moore
Tim Compton
Directed byAngelo Abela
Peter Fearon
Graeme Harper
Tessa Hoffe
Tim Hopewell
Tom Poole
Tracey Rooney
Gill Wilkinson
Starring
Theme music composerRob Cairnes
Tony Morales
Country of originBelgium
United States
United Kingdom
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes190 (+ 90-minute TV special) (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Anja Van Mensel
Tony Wood
Producer(s)Susie Liggat (series 1)
Edward Pugh (series 2)
Lucy Martin (series 3)
Angelo Abela (series 3)
Editor(s)David Mercer
David Long
Les Healey
Pauline Cain
Mark Doran
Camera setupVideotape; Single-camera
Running time23 minutes (consisting of two 11-minute segments; Seasons 1–2; Season 3: Eps. 13-present)
46 minutes (consisting of two 23-minute segments; Season 3: Eps. 1–12)
Production company(s)Studio 100
Lime Pictures
Nickelodeon Productions
DistributorNickelodeon
Broadcast
Original channelNickelodeon (2011–2013)
TeenNick (2013)
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Original run1 January 2011 (2011-01-01) – 17 June 2013 (2013-06-17)[1]
Chronology
Related showsHet Huis Anubis
Het Huis Anubis en de Vijf van het Magische Zwaard
Das Haus Anubis
External links
Website

House of Anubis is a jointly Nickelodeon British, American, and Belgian mystery television series based on the Dutch-Belgian television series Het Huis Anubis aired in the Netherlands and Belgium. The series was created by Hans Bourlon and Gert Verhulst and premiered on Nickelodeon on New Year's Day 2011 in the United States and on 25 February 2011 in the United Kingdom. The series is the first Nickelodeon series to be filmed outside the United States, the first soap opera created by Nickelodeon and the channel's first soap opera aimed at children and teenagers (sixth in Latin America).

Plot

Anubis House is a residence at an English boarding school dating from the early 1900s, and currently serving as a home for nine kids under the watch of the boarding school's strict caretaker, Victor Rodenmaar Jr (Francis Magee). As an American girl named Nina Martin (Nathalia Ramos) moves into Anubis House in England, another resident named Joy Mercer (Klariza Clayton), suddenly disappears without a warning and the school staff eliminate all trace of Joy's existence from the school. Joy's best friend, Patricia Williamson (Jade Ramsey) is dismayed to learn this and accuses Nina of being involved with her disappearance. Forced to spend a night in the attic, Nina makes a bizarre discovery: the recorded diary of a young girl who she met earlier as an old woman, Sarah Frobisher-Smythe (Rita Davies), who had lived in the house long ago. On the tapes, it is revealed the house has a secret history, a mystery that nobody knows anything about. Sarah has given Nina an Eye of Horus-shaped necklace with mysterious powers revealed to Nina when she decides to investigate the house's mystery alongside her new friend Fabian Rutter (Brad Kavanagh) and new roommate Amber Millington (Ana Mulvoy Ten). They form a secret group called "Sibuna", (Anubis backwards) whose popularity expands to include Patricia, once she makes peace with Nina, and after learning that Joy's disappearance is connected to the house, and Alfie Lewis (Alex Sawyer), another classmate and prankster. Eventually, Jerome Clarke (Eugene Simon) joins in the mystery as well. The other residents are oblivious to the mystery; Mara Jaffray (Tasie Lawrence), Mick Campbell (Bobby Lockwood), and Trudy (Mina Anwar), the house mother.

During the events of the first season, the Sibuna group learns that Victor is the son of Victor Rodenmaar Sr, Sarah's childhood guardian, who was after what is revealed to be the Cup of Ankh that gives immortality to anyone who drinks from it. Furthermore, Victor is the current leader of a secret Society dedicated to finding the cup in order to obtain immortality and at odds with a former Society member named Rufus Zeno who wants the Cup for himself. Joy has disappeared because of this group who believe her to be the Chosen One. The first season ends when Nina is revealed to be the real Chosen One as Rufus drinks what he thought was Victor's life-extending elixir before seemingly destroying the Cup. But the Cup is revealed not to have been burned as Nina hides it.

In Season 2, Mick leaves Anubis House and moves to Australia, and a new student named Eddie Miller (Burkely Duffield) joins their dorm. Eddie is later revealed to be Edison Sweet, Mr. Sweet's American son. Eddie begins dating Patricia. Nina and Sibuna are forced into helping an evil Egyptian woman, Senkhara, to find a relic called the Mask of Anubis, which is located a series of chambers under the house. This mask, when worn by the Chosen One, weeps tears of gold that are needed to create the elixir of life. Victor attempts to get the Mask with the aid of the new housemother, Vera Devenish, who is secretly working for Rufus Zeno after he faked his death. If Sibuna doesn't get the mask Nina will die. In the end, after the Mask is found, it is revealed that Eddie is the Osirian, the protector of the Chosen One, as he saves Nina from being possessed by Senkhara, when Rufus gets sucked into a flame-filled abyss. Joy is also knocked unconscious by Nina when Nina is possessed by Senkhara. Though Victor is forced to use the mask's tears to heal Joy, his father's ring that he received from Nina contained a tear of gold. In the end Fabian and Nina get back together, as well as Amber and Alfie, and Jerome and Mara begin dating.

In Season 3, a new teacher Miss Denby (Susy Kane) comes to the school and seems to hang out with Victor and Mr. Sweet often. New characters K. T. Rush (Alexandra Shipp) and Willow Jenks (Louisa Connolly-Burnham) comes to the school. Eddie has a vision of K. T.'s dying grandfather giving her a key and telling her to go to Anubis House. Eddie and K. T. do some snooping around the house while Fabian tries to decipher a series of codes mistakenly given to Amber. When Amber leaves for fashion school, Sibuna is revived with Eddie as a leader and Fabian, K. T., Patricia and Alfie as members. They find out that the adults are trying to reawaken a sleeping Frobisher, with Denby being the "Keeper" - she keeps Frobisher in the tank room in the Gatehouse, her home on the school property, Victor being the "Enabler" and Mr. Sweet being the "Seeker". It turns out that Miss Harriet Denby's name is actually Caroline. Her sister is actually Harriet - and the original Keeper. However, she is locked in a mental hospital because of her sister. It turns out that K. T. is the great-granddaughter of Frobisher. Jerome, Joy, Alfie and Patricia are the descendants of Frobisher's friends and are needed for the ceremony, but because of Caroline Denby lying about her identity, Frobisher is reawakened evil.

Everybody thinks that the ceremony didn't work out since Sibuna intervened just in time, but when Caroline goes to the Gatehouse to pack her bags, she meets Frobisher, who is reawakened and evil. Caroline does not tell Eric Sweet or Victor about this. He explains to Caroline that he needs to capture five sinning people for Ammut at midnight or noon, so that they could become evil. The sinners captured are Victor, Patricia, Mr. Sweet, Fabian and Alfie. Ammut rises, but needs more souls. She gives Frobisher a book that easily captures people's souls.. A fake assembly is organized as an attempt to capture more souls. Willow is the only person who didn't become a sinner. Willow, Eddie and K. T. are chased by Frobisher and the soul-less students but Harriet comes to the rescue with a stolen ambulance. She explains that Willow didn't become a sinner because she had K. T.'s moon key, and that Ammut can be sent back with Caroline's sun key and K.T.'s moon key. Willow becomes a sinner when she and K. T. try to steal the key, after Harriet slipped the moon key into K. T.'s pocket. In the end, Ammut is sent back, devouring Caroline. Frobisher is not evil again and old. All the sinners are back to normal, and don't remember what happened during the time they were sinners. Willow doesn't even remember the short time that she was good, so she forgot about the whole mystery. The Sibunas, of course, are told by Eddie and K. T. about what happened. Frobisher and Harriet set off for Egypt, and Jerome and Joy finally get together after a lot of drama, involving Jerome cheating on Mara and Willow. Mara and Fabian flirt. The group enjoys a fireworks display.

House of Anubis: Touchstone of Ra

House of Anubis: Touchstone of Ra is a special which was released a few months after the third season finale.

In the movie, the kids are graduating and four freshmen move into the house - Cassie, Erin, Dexter and Sophia. After a trip to the museum, the kids have to deal with a mysterious stone and Sophia - who turns out to be an evil servant of Ra. Sophia wants to complete the Pyramid of Ra with the Touchstone, but Victor and the kids work together to stop her. Victor says it was his "destiny" to prevent the pyramid from being built. Sophia fails and is turned to stone as a punishment from Ra, but Eddie loses his Osirion powers. Victor leaves the house and the students have a graduation party.

Cast and characters

Main cast

NameActor/ActressPresent in EpisodesSeason
Nina MartinNathalia Ramos1-1501-2
Fabian RutterBrad Kavanagh1-1911-3
Patricia WilliamsonJade Ramsey1-1911-3
Amber MillingtonAna Mulvoy Ten1-1601-3
Jerome ClarkeEugene Simon1-1911-3
Alfie LewisAlex Sawyer1-1911-3
Joy MercerKlariza Clayton1-1911-3
Mara JaffrayTasie Lawrence1-1911-3
Mick CampbellBobby Lockwood1-72, 141-150, 190 (cameo)1-2
Eddie MillerBurkely Duffield75-1912-3
KT RushAlexandra Shipp151-1913
Willow JenksLouisa Connolly-Burnham151-1913

Supporting cast

NameActor/ActressPresent in EpisodesSeason
Victor Rodenmaar Jr.Francis Magee1-1911-3
Trudy RehmanMina Anwar1-1911-3
Mrs. Daphne AndrewsJulia Deakin1–1081–2
Mr. Eric SweetPaul Anthony-Barber1-1911-3
Rufus ZenoRoger Barclay12–60, 129–1501-2[2]
Sarah Frobisher-SmytheRita Davies1–601
Jason WinklerJack Donnelly5–601
GranGwyneth Powell (Season 2); Barbrea Barnes (Season 1)1, 63–1501-2
SenkharaSophiya Haque63–1502
Poppy ClarkeFrances Encell61–1502
Vera DevenishPoppy Miller73–1492
Jasper ChoudharySartaj Garewal67–1502
Zoe ValentineSarah Paul110-1502
Piper WilliamsonNikita Ramsey115–123, 1862-3
Victor Rodenmaar Sr.Francis Magee140–1452
Caroline DenbySusy Kane151–1903
Harriet DenbyBryony Afferson162–1903
Robert Frobisher-SmytheJohn Sackville151–1903
Ben ReedFreddie Boath177–1803
AmmutFelicity Gilbert189-1903
Sophia DanaeClaudia Jessie [3]1913
Dexter LloydJake Davis [3]1913
Erin BlakewoodKae Alexander [3]1913
Cassie TateRoxy Fitzgerald [3]1913

Episodes

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired (U.S. dates)DVD Releases (UK dates)DVD Releases (U.S. dates)
First airedLast aired
1601 January 2011 (2011-01-01) (Nickelodeon)
2 January 2011 (2011-01-02) (TeenNick)
19 February 2011 (2011-02-19) (Nickelodeon)
8 January 2012 (2012-01-08) (TeenNick)
Season 1, Volume 1: April 25, 2012
Season 1, Volume 2: Sep. 26, 2012
The Complete Season 1: December 9, 2013
2909 January 2012 (2012-01-09) (Nickelodeon)
15 January 2012 (2012-01-15) (TeenNick)
9 March 2012 (2012-03-09) (Nickelodeon)
11 March 2012 (2012-03-11) (TeenNick)
Season 2, Volume 1: Oct. 31, 2012
Season 2, Volume 2: March 6, 2013
Season 2, Volume 1: Nov. 26, 2013
Season 2, Volume 2: Nov. 15, 2013
3403 January 2013 (2013-01-03) (Nickelodeon)
18 February 2013 (2013-02-18) (TeenNick)
11 April 2013 (2013-04-11) (TeenNick)Season 3, Volume 1: March 25, 2014
Season 3, Volume 2: June 17, 2014
Season 3, Volume 1: February 14, 2014
Season 3, Volume 2: February 17, 2014
Special14 June 2013 (2013-06-14) (Nickelodeon UK)[3]
17 June 2013 (2013-06-17) (TeenNick USA)[4]
TBAMarch 25, 2014

Anubis Unlocked

Anubis Unlocked is a behind the scenes show of the House of Anubis which is aired in and produced by Nickelodeon UK. 10 episodes were commissioned for Series 1 which featured cast interviews, behind the scenes clips, tour of the set and exclusive previews. There was no series commissioned for Series 2 of House of Anubis however a short segment aired at the end of the series. The series was re-commissioned for Series 3.[5] The show was presented by Anna Williamson and Jamie Rickers in Series 1 only.

Production and development

Production began in August 2009, but in March 2010 Studio 100 announced that the series was sold to Nickelodeon in the United States.[6] The series was filmed in the summer of 2010 in Liverpool and was first broadcast in the United States on 1 January 2011.[7]

The series is the first original series produced for the flagship U.S. Nickelodeon channel to be produced outside of North America, and is Nickelodeon's first original drama series since the 2000–2002 series Caitlin's Way. The series is structured in a different manner from other live-action television series in that each episode consists of two eleven-minute segments, a format commonly used in half-hour animated series (although the events of each subsequent segment pick up from the events of the previous segment); and the series' episodes are formatted to be broadcast in the five-day-a-week format that is typically common with soap operas.[8]

On 10 March 2011, Nickelodeon confirmed that they will make a new season of House of Anubis at its annual Upfront presentation to advertisers and media.[9] On 29 June, Entertainment Weekly reported that Nickelodeon had confirmed a second season of House of Anubis and that production would begin on 21 July 2011. A total of 45 half-hour episodes (90, 15-minute episodes) were aired in 2012.

On 16 April 2012, a third season was confirmed by Nickelodeon and Lime Pictures. Nathalia Ramos (who plays Nina Martin) will not be returning for the third season so she can focus on finishing college.[10] Eugene Simon (who plays Jerome Clarke) confirmed that filming of the third season will begin in the summer of 2012.[11]

On 16 July 2012, Nickelodeon (UK & Ireland) announced on their Twitter page and the website's blog that filming of season 3 would begin that month.[12] Bobby Lockwood (who played Mick Campbell) announced on his Twitter page he would not be returning for the third season but, announced he had a new show coming out called Wolfblood on CBBC.[13] It was announced on the House of Anubis Facebook page that there would be a new character named KT Rush, who was played by Alexandra Shipp.

On 26 July 2012, it was also announced on the Facebook page that there will be another new character named Willow, who would be played by Louisa Connolly-Burnham.

After the finale of the third season and the movie special, as of January 2014 Nickelodeon has not announced a fourth season. But on 18 December 2013, director Tim Hopewell hinted towards a possible fourth season in the making via Twitter.[14]

The series was filmed in Liverpool with Ye Priory Court standing in for Anubis House,[15] and Peckforton Castle Lodge, located in Chester, standing in for the gatehouse.[16]

Reception

Critical reception

Youth Television News praised the series, commending Nickelodeon's attempt at a drama series, saying "a good story always outdoes a repetitive sitcom."[17]

Audience reception

The hour-long series premiere on 1 January 2011 was watched by an average of 2.9 million viewers for the first two episodes. The series scored a 4.0 share (846,000 viewers) among teens 11–17, a 4.4 share (952,000 viewers) among kids 11–15 and a 3.5 share (1.2 million) among kids 11–18, ranking #1 amongst all broadcast and basic cable programs in its timeslot in all pre-teen and teen demographics.[18]

Ratings

Series 1: 2011

Episode no.US AirdateUS Total viewersUK AirdateUK Total viewers
1
1 January 2011
2,600,000[19]
25 February 2011190,000
2
1 January 2011
2,600,000[19]
25 February 2011190,000
3
1 January 2011
2,600,000[19]
25 February 2011190,000
4
1 January 2011
2,600,000[19]
25 February 2011190,000
5
1 January 2011
2,600,000[19]
25 February 2011190,000
6
2 January 2011
2,600,000
28 February 2011108,000
7
2 January 2011
2,600,000
1 March 201193,000
8
2 January 2011
2,681,000
2 March 201174,000
9
2 January 2011
2,681,000
3 March 2011130,000
10
10 January 2011
1,821,000
4 March 201179,000
11
10 January 2011
1,821,000
7 March 2011115,000
12
11 January 2011
800,000
8 March 2011123,000
13
11 January 2011
800,000
9 March 2011123,000
14
12 January 2011
985,000
10 March 2011174,000
15
12 January 2011
985,000
11 March 2011112,000
16
13 January 2011
900,000
14 March 2011N/A
17
13 January 2011
900,000
15 March 2011129,000
18
14 January 2011
1,975,000
16 March 2011164,000
19
14 January 2011
1,975,000
17 March 2011152,000
20
18 January 2011
3,214,000
18 March 2011121,000
21
19 January 2011
3,214,000
21 March 2011117,000
22
N/AN/A22 March 201198,000
23
N/AN/A23 March 2011160,000
24
N/AN/A24 March 201193,000
25
N/AN/A25 March 2011133,000
26
N/AN/A28 March 2011N/A
27
N/AN/A29 March 2011N/A
28
N/AN/A30 March 2011N/A
29
N/AN/A31 March 2011N/A
30
N/AN/A1 April 2011N/A
31
N/AN/A6 June 2011135,000
32
N/AN/A6 June 2011112,000
33
N/AN/A7 June 201192,000
34
N/AN/A7 June 201181,000
35
N/AN/A8 June 2011N/A
36
N/AN/A8 June 2011N/A
37
N/AN/A9 June 2011111,000
38
N/AN/A9 June 2011N/A
39
N/AN/A10 June 2011104,000
40
N/AN/A10 June 201191,000
41
N/AN/A13 June 201199,000
42
N/AN/A13 June 2011N/A
43
N/AN/A14 June 2011144,000
44
N/AN/A14 June 201190,000
45
N/AN/A15 June 201198,000
46
N/AN/A15 June 2011N/A
47
N/AN/A16 June 2011147,000
48
N/AN/A16 June 2011N/A
49
N/AN/A17 June 201197,000
50
N/AN/A17 June 2011N/A
51
N/AN/A20 June 2011111,000
52
N/AN/A20 June 201167,000
53
N/AN/A22 June 2011177,000
54
N/AN/A23 June 2011125,000
55
N/AN/A24 June 2011N/A
56-60
N/AN/A27 June 2011N/A

Season 2: 2012 (US Viewers)

Episode no.US AirdateUS Viewers
1-2
9 January 2012
1,984,000
3-4
10 January 2012
2,120,000
5-6
11 January 2012
2,132,000
7-8
12 January 2012
2,100,000
9-10
13 January 2012
2,300,000
11-12
16 January 2012
2,140,000
13-14
17 January 2012
2,578,000
15-16
18 January 2012
2,199,000
17-18
19 January 2012
2,033,000
19-20
20 January 2012
998,000

Season 2: 2012 UK Viewers

Episode no.UK AirdateUK viewers
1
16 April 2012
170,000[20]
2
16 April 2012
193,000[20]
3
17 April 2012
199,000[20]
4
17 April 2012
179,000[20]
5
18 April 2012
150,000[20]
6
18 April 2012
145,000[20]
7
19 April 2012N/A
8
19 April 2012N/A
9
20 April 2012
212,000[20]
10
20 April 2012
180,000[20]
11
23 April 2012
230,000[20]
12
23 April 2012
178,000[20]
13
24 April 2012
198,000[20]
14
24 April 2012
187,000[20]
15
25 April 2012
201,000[20]
16
25 April 2012
178,000[20]
17
26 April 2012N/A
18
26 April 2012
169,000[20]
19
27 April 2012
200,000[20]
20
27 April 2012
211,000[20]
21
30 April 2012
118,000[20]
22
30 April 2012
155,000[20]
23
1 May 2012
138,000[20]
24
1 May 2012
152,000[20]
25
2 May 2012
190,000[20]
26
2 May 2012
151,000[20]
27
3 May 2012
194,000[20]
28
3 May 2012
208,000[20]
29
4 May 2012
136,000[20]
30
4 May 2012
137,000[20]
31
7 May 2012
138,000[20]
32
7 May 2012
145,000[20]
33
8 May 2012
162,000[20]
34
8 May 2012
171,000[20]
35
9 May 2012
149,000[20]
36
9 May 2012
141,000[20]
37
10 May 2012
175,000[20]
38
10 May 2012
139,000[20]
39
11 May 2012
112,000[20]
40
11 May 2012
114,000[20]
41
14 May 2012
174,000[20]
42
14 May 2012
164,000[20]
43
15 May 2012
242,000[20]
44
15 May 2012
249,000[20]
45
16 May 2012
214,000[20]
46
16 May 2012
247,000[20]
47
17 May 2012
223,000[20]
48
17 May 2012
222,000[20]
49
18 May 2012
155,000[20]
50
18 May 2012
136,000[20]
51
21 May 2012
138,000[20]
52
21 May 2012
151,000[20]
53
22 May 2012
152,000[20]
54
22 May 2012
164,000[20]
55
23 May 2012
147,000[20]
56
23 May 2012
119,000[20]
57
24 May 2012
169,000[20]
58
24 May 2012
147,000[20]
59
25 May 2012
149,000[20]
60
25 May 2012
172,000[20]
61
28 May 2012
139,000[20]
62
28 May 2012
142,000[20]
63
29 May 2012
168,000[20]
64
29 May 2012
164,000[20]
65
30 May 2012
237,000[20]
66
30 May 2012
218,000[20]
67
31 May 2012
220,000[20]
68
31 May 2012
206,000[20]
69
1 June 2012
156,000[20]
70
1 June 2012
146,000[20]
71
4 June 2012
180,000[20]
72
4 June 2012
175,000[20]
73
5 June 2012
181,000[20]
74
5 June 2012
178,000[20]
75
6 June 2012
236,000[20]
76
6 June 2012
228,000[20]
77
7 June 2012
249,000[20]
78
7 June 2012
241,000[20]
79
8 June 2012
193,000[20]
80
8 June 2012
166,000[20]
81
11 June 2012
195,000[20]
82
11 June 2012
211,000[20]
83
12 June 2012
203,000[20]
84
12 June 2012
216,000[20]
85
13 June 2012
162,000[20]
86
13 June 2012
172,000[20]
87
14 June 2012
211,000[20]
88
14 June 2012
212,000[20]
89
15 June 2012
194,000[20]
90
15 June 2012
222,000[20]

Season 3: 2013 - The Reawakening

Episode no.AirdateTotal viewers
1-2
3 January 2013
1,711,000[21]
3-4
10 January 2013
1,728,000
5-6
17 January 2013
1,478,000
7-8
24 January 2013
1,422,000
9-10
31 January 2013
1,316,000
11-12
7 February 2013
1,362,000

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResultRef.
2011Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice AwardsNick UK's Favourite ShowHouse of AnubisWon[22]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards ArgentinaFavorite International TV ShowHouse of AnubisNominated[23][24]
British Academy Children's AwardsDramaHouse of AnubisNominated[25]
Best Independent Production CompanyLime PicturesNominated[26]
2012Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite UK TV ShowHouse of AnubisNominated[27]
Favorite UK ActorBrad KavanaghNominated[28]
Favorite UK ActressAna Mulvoy TenNominated[29]
Broadcast Awards 2012Best Children's ProgrammeHouse of AnubisNominated[30]
British Academy Children's AwardsBAFTA Kid's Vote: TelevisionHouse of AnubisNominated[31]
2013Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite UK TV ShowHouse of AnubisWon[32]

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