Nickelodeon’s “Henry Danger” musical special on Saturday marked a two-year ratings high for the hit kids series.
“Henry Danger the Musical” pulled in 2.2 million total viewers across its premiere and three days of delayed viewing, according to Nielsen. In the show’s target demographic of kids 6-11, the special pulled in a 6.2 rating and 902,000 viewers.
Those numbers make it the highest-rated broadcast of “Henry Danger” in two years. The episode’s 116% growth in delayed viewing makes it the most time-shifted episode of the series since its debut in 2014.
“Henry Danger,” Nick’s longest-running live-action sitcom, is the top-rated series among kids under 11. It stars Jace Norman as Henry Hart, a high school kid selected to be an apprentice to the superhero Captain Man, played by Cooper Barnes. Riele Downs, Sean Ryan Fox, Ella Anderson, Michael D. Cohen and Jeffrey Nicholas Brown also star, with Frankie Grande reprising his guest role as the villainous Frankini in the special.
“Henry Danger The Musical” is written by series co-producer Samantha Martin. Christopher J. Nowak serves as showrunner and executive producer alongside Jake Farrow. “Henry Danger” is created by Dan Schneider and Dana Olsen.
Nickelodeon is set to air an encore sing-a-long version of the special on Saturday, Aug. 3, with the 16 original songs from the musical available for purchase or stream.