Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand enters the world of mystery and adventure in the brand-new live-action comedy adventure series Hunter Street, premiering Monday 1st May 2017 with back-to-back episodes at 5:30pm and 6:00pm (AU)! The new 20-episode series follows the journey of five foster kids on a quest to find their missing parents, Erik and Kate Hunter, after they mysteriously disappear. Hunter Street will continue to air weekdays at 5:30pm (AU) on Nick Australia and New Zealand.
After spending his first night in his new home, Max, along with new siblings Tess, Anika, Sal and Daniel wake up to find their foster parents, Erik (Ronald Top) and Kate Hunter (Tooske Ragas) have vanished. In order to crack the case, the Hunter siblings set out on the challenge of a lifetime whilst searching for clues, leading them on an epic and suspenseful family adventure, including boat racing through canals, exploring secret tunnels and uncovering lost treasures. To uncover the truth they will have to dig up secrets in their old Amsterdam canal home. With obstacles at every turn, they must also fight off old family rivals and duplicitous heirs in order to solve the mystery - all while running the family home!
In the series premiere of Hunter Street, "The New Hunter" (#101), Max wakes up in his new foster home to discover his foster parents have vanished. Max and his new brothers and sisters embark on an adventure to find them! Then, in "Saganash" (#102), the Hunters stay home from school to search for their missing parents and find more than they were expecting in the Hunter House Library. Anika leads a museum tour. In episode three, "The Secret Room" (#103), the Hunters siblings discover a secret room in the house, and a clue sends Tess on the trail of a mysterious figure!
Watch the mystery unfold as the siblings piece together evidence and discover shocking stuff they never knew about their parents! The mystery begins Monday 1st May 2017 at 5:30pm (AU) on Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand.
Hunter Street stars Stony Blyden as street-smart Max; MaeMae Renfrow as the independent and resourceful sister Tess; Kyra Smith as the free-spirited youngest Hunter sister Anika; Daan Creyghton as Sal, the genius of the bunch; and Thomas Jansen as the fiercely protective eldest brother Daniel.
Online at nick.com.au, fans can find out more about the series, watch exclusive videos featuring the stars of the show, and play exclusive games.
Hunter Street is produced by Blooming Media. Hunter Street was co-developed with the Nickelodeon Netherlands series, De Ludwigs and will air on Nickelodeon international channels this spring.
Fans can follow @HunterStreetTV on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about the series and its characters.
Original source: The Official Foxtel Australia TV Guide.
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