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212, 2016

Dan Schneider Presents: Super Sets Behind the Scenes of “Henry Danger”

Dan Schneider’s “Henry Danger,” follows Henry Hart, your average teenager, whose after school job is playing secret sidekick to his town’s superhero. The show is set in the fictional town of Swellview, and its amazing sets, though actually in Hollywood, are swell to say the least.

Captain Man, Kid Danger and the gang owe their colorful scenery to set designer Harry Matheu and his amazing team, who have designed sets for Dan Schneider creations including iCarly, Victorious, Sam & Cat, and Game Shakers. As always, there is more to these sets than meets the eye.

Let’s take a look at three glorious sets from “Henry Danger,” and some of the best details you might have missed at first glance!

The Man Cave

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Captain Man’s lair is a wonder to behold, complete with buttons galore and a surveillance system that lets the hero watch out for folks in need. In a set tour, actor Jace Norman, who plays Henry, shows us a few cool things.

For starters, see that wall? On the show, it’s an automatic door. Behind-the-scenes, the special effects department have controls that open it for the actors. We could all use a personal special effects department, but unfortunately we don’t all work in Hollywood.

Secondly, see that mysterious item with the pipes and blue and pink glow? Not even Jace knows what it is, but it’s also appeared on another Dan Schneider show. Let us know if you can figure out which!

Junk N Stuff

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This shop is a front for Captain Man’s lair, and it’s filled to the brim with amazing oddities. Actor Jace Norman says his favorite objects are the Thor hammer and scary, real looking head, which unfortunately, can’t be seen in this image.

There are dinosaurs, aliens, neon signs, bones, and much much more on set. Something that sticks out? That double cheeseburger! Whether or not this is meant to be a reference to Dan Schneider’s Good Burger, we can’t say. Someone should head over to the “Game Shakers” set and ask Kel Mitchell.

Henry’s Colorful Home

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Henry’s house is the kind every kid, and probably many adults, want to live in. Just look at all of those vibrant colors! The poppy red chairs, the blue diner-style stools, the cozy purple sofa chair… mmmm! It’s fun, cozy and chic all rolled into one.

That piece of art above the fireplace? Jace joked that it’s a family portrait of Henry and his sassy sister, Piper, but can anyone prove it isn’t?

Lastly, take a look out the door. It seems like the Hart family living room leads right to the great outdoors, but as Jace shows us in the behind the scenes video, if you walk out the door and to the right you won’t be on the streets of Swellview. You’ll be back where we started: on the set of Captain Man’s Man Cave!

Watch the full tour below:


Henry Danger” is an American superhero TV comedy, created by Dan Schneider and Dana Olsen, currently airing on Nickelodeon. The series follows a 13-year-old boy, played by Jace Norman, who lands a job as the sidekick of a local superhero. “Henry Danger” is produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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3011, 2016

Behind the Scenes of Dan Schneider’s “Henry Danger” — A “Mouth Candy” The After Party!

Want to go behind the scenes of your favorite “Henry Danger” episodes? It’s easier than you’d think, and you don’t have to go to Hollywood to do it!

Nickelodeon presents “The After Party” broadcasts after new episodes to talk with the actors about what it was like backstage. They answer fan questions, play games, chat about the show, and discuss the episode with the segment’s host, Karen… AKA “Just Karen.”

The most recent “After Party” brought together actors Jace Norman (Henry), Ella Anderson (Piper) and Cooper Barnes (Captain Man) to talk about the episode “Mouth Candy.” Cooper sums up the episode in seven words, per Karen’s request, “Jasper is framed for crimes not committed.” Better, at least, than Ella’s seven-word recap: “I wasn’t there so I don’t know.”

In a bit more detail, in “Mouth Candy” Henry’s BFF Jasper is falsely accused of stealing a $10,000 candy boot. It’s up to Captain Man and Kid Danger to clear Jasper’s name by getting a confession from the real burglar (none other than Mitch Bilsky). Antics, as always, ensue… and a live snake does too! YIKES!

The After Party” is about more than the just episode — it’s about getting to know the cast. That’s what makes it so fun! We find out that while Captain Man hates snakes, Cooper actually likes them quite a bit. Cooper and Jace are also given the opportunity to finish the podcast that kept getting interrupted during the episode. When you watch the video, don’t miss Jace’s explanation for how chewing gum transforms them into superheros. It will blow your mind as well as your bubble!

Joining Ella, Jace, and Cooper are Riele Downs and Sean Ryan Fox, who play Charlotte and Jasper on “Henry Danger.” Along with Ella and Jace, they play a game called “Candy Catch.” Sean’s Kermit the Frog impression is a treat, while Jace’s claim that he gets to work on time is more of a trick.

We love getting a look at the actors behind Dan Schneider’s lovable “Henry Danger” episodes. This time around, we’re inspired not just by the quirky young cast, but by all that candy.

Time to chew some gum and hope for an amazing transformation. We don’t fully expect our clothes to change, but hey, fresh breath is better than nothing!  


Henry Danger” is an American superhero TV comedy, created by Dan Schneider and Dana Olsen, currently airing on Nickelodeon. The series follows a 13-year-old boy, played by Jace Norman, who lands a job as the sidekick of a local superhero. “Henry Danger” is produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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2211, 2016

Dan Schneider Presents: An Interview With the “Game Shakers”

It’s not often we get to see the awesome “Game Shakers” crew out of character, but it’s always a huge treat when we do!

This “Game Shakers” exclusive is a perfect example of this. The four Game Shakers — Maddie Shipman, Cree Cicchino, Thomas Kuc, and Benjamin Flores Jr. — are interviewed about their experience on the show along with Kel Mitchell, who plays superstar rapper Double G.

You should definitely watch the whole video, but here are four of the best revelations!


1. The actors are a lot like their characters. 

Each of the Game Shakers kids relates to their character in pretty significant ways. Maddie Shipman says she’s a nerd like Kenzie; Cree and Babe both have a New York attitude; Thomas is witty like his character Hudson, and Benji and Triple G both have swag. Kel, on the other hand says he’s not as wild as Double G… a character the cast agrees is more of a Kanye.

2. The actors have hidden talents.

We knew the actors were talented, but it turns out they can do a lot more than act! Maddie plays at least four instruments and sings, Cree is a self-described “animal whisperer,” Thomas is a competitive gymnast and surfer, and Kel can yawn like a Chewbacca!

3. Kel grew up working with Dan Schneider.

As most of us know, Kel Mitchell is a Nickelodeon legend — as he points out, his name is a part of Nickelodeon! He worked with producer Dan Schneider all the way back in his “All That”, “Kenan & Kel” and “Good Burger” days. “Man, it’s exciting to be back,” Kel says. His favorite part? Having parents and kids as fans that grew up watching him.

4. You can play Sky Whale in real life!

Much has withstood the test of time in Dan Schneider’s shows — some of the crew, humor, and methodology, for starters — but a lot has changed too. The main change has been the addition of new technology and social media. With new technology integration, fans can interact with the show and even download the games like Sky Whale!

Bonus: The kids of “Game Shakers” agree: Narwhals are the unicorns of the sea. You’re welcome!


Game Shakers” is an American live-action sitcom, created by Dan Schneider, currently airing on Nickelodeon. The series stars Cree Cicchino and Madisyn Shipman as pre-teens that start a multimillion dollar gaming company and take on a rap superstar, played by Kel Mitchell, as their business partner. The series is produced by Dan Schneider, an American actor, TV and film actor, and producer.

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Dan Schneider Presents: Super Sets Behind the Scenes of “Henry Danger”

Dan Schneider’s “Henry Danger,” follows Henry Hart, your average teenager, whose after school job is playing secret sidekick to his town’s superhero. The show is set in the fictional town of Swellview, and its amazing [...]

Behind the Scenes of Dan Schneider’s “Henry Danger” — A “Mouth Candy” The After Party!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htzw-UIVa40 Want to go behind the scenes of your favorite “Henry Danger” episodes? It’s easier than you’d think, and you don’t have to go to Hollywood to do it! Nickelodeon presents “The After [...]

Dan Schneider Presents: An Interview With the “Game Shakers”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBEzFf7Wr2s It’s not often we get to see the awesome “Game Shakers” crew out of character, but it’s always a huge treat when we do! This “Game Shakers” exclusive is a perfect example [...]