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"Supah Ninjas" on Nickelodeon is a live-action comedy series set to make its premiere in 2011. Comic book in tone and cinematic in style, "Supah Ninjas" follows three unsuspecting kids who are drafted into the secret world of ninjas. Created by Eric Garcia and Leo Chu "(Afro Samurai") the series will be helmed by executive producers Garcia, Chu and Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett ("Fred: The Movie") under the Varsity Pictures production banner.

Mike Fukanaga (Ryan Potter) was an average high school student—a little shy, a bit awkward, and hopelessly incapable of talking to girls. But when he discovers he descends from a long line of ninjas, that all begins to change. With the guidance of his holographic grandfather, Mike teams up with his best friend Owen (Carlos Knight) and his crush Amanda (Gracie Dzienny) to form the "Supah Ninjas," a secret team of ninja crime fighters protecting the city from criminals. As if fighting crime and surviving high school weren't hard enough, they are also sworn to conceal their identities, vowing to "stay in the shadows" and never to reveal their "supah" cool alter-egos.  

"Supah Ninjas" was created by Eric Garcia and Leo Chu and is executive produced by Garcia, Chu, Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter-Bridgett. The pilot was directed by Clark Mathis.


Network: Nickelodeon
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: January 17, 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Varsity Pictures

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owmam says:
the last show was awesome,cool,fantastic interesting.

Got Supah Ninjas spoilers? What did you think of the last show?

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