Nickelodeon picks up DHX’s Massive Monster Mayhem

The sci-fi kids competition show will air on Family Channel in Canada.
Massive Monster Mayhem

DHX Media’s Massive Monster Mayhem has been picked up by Nickelodeon for broadcast in the U.S.

Nickelodeon has licensed 20 half-hour episodes of the original sci-fi competition series, aimed at kids aged six to 11.

Massive Monster Mayhem follows three kids as they compete in a series of challenges against CGI monsters for the chance to win prizes – kind of like a video game, but in real life. The series combines real-time CGI and live action. It is set to premiere later in 2017 on Nickelodeon and Family Channel in Canada.

The kids game show was co-created Artur Spigel and Michael Chaves and is produced by DHX Media. Exec producers on the series are Spigel, and Steven DeNure, Anne Loi, Asaph Fipke, Ken Faier, and Josh Scherba of DHX Media.

Global distribution for the series will be handled by DHX Media. The consumer products licensing will be managed by DHX Brands.