Fred’s Lucas Cruikshank to Star in New Nickelodeon Comedy

YouTube sensation Lucas Cruikshank a.k.a Fred Figglehorn, will star in the new Nickelodeon Comedy Series Marvin, Marvin.

The network shows big trust to the young actor by ordering 26 episodes of the new show.

The new series order comes a few weeks after Fred: The Show, a live-action, short-form comedy series created by Cruikshank premiered.

According to Deadline.com, Nickelodeon is extending the latter series with a new 28-episode order on top of the original 21-episode pickup. Additionally, the network is working on a third Fred movie.

Marvin, Marvin, stars Cruikshank as an alien teen living with a human family, while trying to fit into life on earth.



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