“Monster High” has been renewed for Season 2 by Nickelodeon.
The series is based on the Mattel toy franchise of the same name. The second season has 20 episodes. The series premiered on Nickelodeon in October. It’s available in the US and UK and will launch later this month in Australia on Nickelodeon and Paramount+. The series will be broadcast in additional international territories in 2023.
“‘Monster High’ is an iconic franchise that continues to connect with fans around the world because of its creativity, relatable characters and authenticity,” said Claudia Spinelli, Senior Vice President of Big Kids Animation. “We can’t wait to continue working with our partners at Mattel to bring to life even more animated stories around the area’s most famous teenage monsters.”
According to the official series description, “Monster High” follows teenage monsters Claudine Wolff, Dracula, Frankie Stein and Deus Gorgon as they discover who they are, embrace their differences, and learn to be fierce and fearless in the same place where they all are. monster high.”
“‘Monster High’ is fundamentally a franchise that encourages fans to live as their true selves and celebrate the things that make them special,” said Fred Sully, senior vice president and general manager of Mattel Television. “We’re proud to partner with Nickelodeon and Monster High’s talented cast from both the animated and live-action worlds to deliver this important message through exciting and entertaining content.”
The voice cast includes: Gabriel Nevah Green as Claudine Wolfe; Courtney Lynn as Draculaura; Iris Menas as Frankie Stein; Tony Revolori as Deuce Gorgon; Kausar Mohammed as Cleo de Nile; Valeria Rodriguez as Laguna Blue; Alexa Khan as Torelli Streep; Alexander Polinsky as Heath Burns; and Debra Wilson as headmistress Bloodgood. All the leads featured in the first season will return for Season 2.
Shea Fontana serves as showrunner and co-executive producer. Nick Filippi serves as supervising producer. Production for Nickelodeon will be overseen by Spinelli and franchise animation director Nicky Price. Solly and Christopher Keenan, Mattel TV’s senior vice president of creative, will serve as executive producers.
Nickelodeon and Mattel also recently collaborated on the live-action “Monster High” musical, with a sequel in the works. Additionally, an eight-episode digital series called “Monster High Mysteries” will debut on the franchise’s official YouTube channel on November 18.