The Pulse of Entertainment: Nickelodeon's
‘Danger Force' Spin-Off Airs Saturdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT
27, 2020) - "We don't understand our powers. We're kids trying to figure it out," said Dana Heath. Dana is a 13
year-old actress who plays Mika, a super-hero in-training, in Nickelodeon's "Danger Force" -
a spin-off of their hit comedy series "Henry Danger." The "Danger Force" series will premiere on Nickelodeon
Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 8 p.m./ET/PT and will air every Saturday thereafter for a total of 13 weeks.
is super right," added Terrence Little Gardenhigh about the theme of the show. Terrence is a 12 year-old actor who plays
Miles - another super-hero in-training. "The writers are good at making things funny. We're kids; we don't know how to
use our powers. Mistakes are made."
Along with Mika and Miles, there are two other super-heroes in-training
- Chapa, played by Havan Flores ("Henry Danger") and Bose, played by Luca Luhan ("Henry Danger"). They
attend the Swellview Academy for the Gifted and on the show they are trying to balance their family life with their super-hero
life - while keeping it all secret.
When I asked Dana and Terrence if there was uncontrollable laughter on the
set of a Nickelodeon comedy show, Dana said, "You hit it. There are so many times we tried not to break and someone starts
"It happens all the time," Terrence added.
"There was a...part...Terrence
made a face...I had the inability to get back in character," Dana gave an example, still laughing about it. "Miles'
character is serious and I was trying to be."
"Danger Force" also stars Cooper Barnes as Ray and
Michael D. Cohen as Schwoz who run the school for the gifted.
Dana and Terrence both acted on episodes of Nickelodeon's "Henry
Danger." Terrence comes from Olympia, Washington and Dana from Miami Beach, Florida. Dana started out as a model at age
four and gravitated to the theatre. Since then her acting has garnered her roles on Disney Channel's "Sydney to the Max"
and Disney Junior's "Fancy Nancy." Terrence started at the age of eight doing commercials (Boys & Girls Club
of America) and later obtained roles in Disney Channel's "Just Roll with It" and ABC's "Speechless."
"We auditioned," said Dana when I asked how they landed a leading role in the new Nickelodeon comedy series.
"I didn't know what it was for. I said this person is like me. I had call backs, then guess who walked in - Terrence.
I knew him and I knew we'd have a good brother sister chemistry. We had so much fun...and we did have the chemistry."
"It was a very long process," Terrence added. "It's been like 2 years...and I feel like we are brother
and sister. We call each other bro and sis!"
What a delightful and inspiring show. "Danger Force"
airs on Nickelodeon each Saturday at 8 p.m. ET/PT. www.Nick.com/shows/Danger-Force
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