As reported by Deadline, children's television channel, Nickelodeon has greenlit a second season of toy YouTuber, Ryan ToysReview's, television show, Ryan's Mystery Playdate after it was announced that the series debut ranked at number one in its 12.30pm time slot on all TV with kids from two to 11.
Created and produced by kids media firm, pocket.watch, the show follows Ryan as he encounters imaginative and physical challenges to solve mystery box puzzles to reveal the identity of his playdate.
During its debut weekend (Friday to Sunday) the show reached 2.1 million kids and 5.5 million total viewers. The show also made waves on the Nick Jr. platform, with over five million videos views for the week.
Australian licensing firm, Centa IP, represents the Ryan's World brand in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland, with licensing director Asia-Pacific at Centa IP, Vincent Jones, saying that Centa IP is thrilled to work on the property.
"We at Centa IP are so thrilled, honoured and privileged to be part of the extraordinary team at pocket.watch. Professionally I have never been more excited to be working on both Ryan’s World and Ryan’s Mystery Playdate," he said.
The show debuted on 19 April in the US, while it is expected to air in Australia later in the year.