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Mattel and Nickelodeon have returned with the second season of ‘Monster High’.

The second season of the animated series ‘Monster High’, produced by Mattel and Nickelodeon, is set to premiere on March 11, 2024, at 2 pm (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. Viewers can expect brand-new episodes featuring both original and legacy characters, continuing to air exclusively on the channel.

This semester brings forth a fresh batch of 20 episodes in the second season. The beloved characters of Monster High encounter various monstrous predicaments, from a vacation at the enigmatic Scare-adise Resort to a mythological showdown at a music festival, a magic-fueled competitive game night, and more. Throughout this new season, the monsters of Monster High prove their resilience in the face of challenges, demonstrating their ability to make a positive impact on the world.

The reimagined Monster High series follows the teenage offspring of legendary monsters such as Clawdeen Wolf, Draculaura, Frankie Stein, Deuce Gorgon, and their friends, as they navigate the complexities of adolescence in their unique environment: Monster High.

Michelle Mendelovitz, global head of Mattel Television Studios, expresses excitement for the new season, highlighting its focus on friendship, acceptance, and unexpected twists. She extends gratitude to the cast, crew, and partners at Nickelodeon and Paramount+ for their collaboration in bringing the iconic Monster High brand to life with a fresh perspective and message of inclusivity.

Joining the cast for the second season are Anna Cathcart as Jinafire Long, a Chinese dragon with weather powers, and Rutina Wesley as Venus, a budding entrepreneur who owns a beachfront smoothie hut at the Scare-adise Resort.

Returning members of the voice cast include Gabrielle Nevaeh, Courtney Lin, Iris Menas, Tony Revolori, Jonathan Melo, Kausar Mohammed, Valeria Rodriguez, Alexa Kahn, Alexander Polinsky, and Debra Wilson. Additionally, previously announced voices include Kate del Castillo, Rhea Seehorn, Jessica Darrow, John O’Hurley, Debi Derryberry, and America Young.

The show is led by showrunner and co-executive producer Shea Fontana, with Nick Filippi serving as supervising producer. Production is managed for Nickelodeon by senior vice president Claudia Spinelli and development director Nikki Price, while Mattel is represented by Fred Soulie and Christopher Keenan.

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