Mattel Television, Nickelodeon to Release ‘Monster High’ TV Movie

Both TV movie and new animated series will debut in 2022.

License Global

November 9, 2021

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Mattel and Nickelodeon have announced the start of production on a live-action television movie musical based on the Monster High franchise about the children of famous monsters and creatures. The feature-length TV movie is slated to premiere in 2022 on Nickelodeon.

In addition to the “Monster High” TV movie, an animated series based off the franchise is slated to premiere on Nickelodeon next year. Both projects join other Mattel Television content in production, including series and specials based on Barbie, Masters of the Universe, Thomas & Friends, Polly Pocket and Fireman Sam, to name a few.

Frederic Soulie, senior vice president and general manager, Mattel Television and Phil Breman, vice president, live action development, Mattel, are overseeing the movie for Mattel and serve as executive producers. Production on “Monster High” for Nickelodeon is overseen by Zack Olin and Shauna Phelan, co-heads of Nickelodeon and Awesomeness Live-Action, along with executives Linda Halder, Jessica Brown, Yolanda T. Cochran and Jules Kovisars.

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