Max Schneider huddles into Christopher O’Neal and Noah Crawford in one of several new clips from their new Nickelodeon show, How To Rock.
The series, which premieres February 4th, was featured in a recent issue of the New York Times.
Cymphonique shared in the article about the premise of the show, “Isnâ€™t that exactly what high school was like for you?”
She added, “Iâ€™m not really thinking about all of this as a career. Iâ€™m just doing what I love, and it happens to be entertaining people.”
Be sure to check out all the How to Rock clips at Nick.com!
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Keke Palmer gives into her curiosity in this new still from True Jackson VP.
In the upcoming episode “True Kiss,” True (Palmer) tries to restrain her suspicion when Jimmy (Robbie Amell) shows an interest in the cute new mailroom employee, Sienna. But when she learns they are headed to a formal ball together, True and Lulu (Ashley Argota) try to crash the event to spy on the couple. Thwarted by security, True must leave, but not before Jimmy spots her.
Meanwhile, Ryan (Matt Shively) tries to get into the Junior Magician’s Club, but his challenger is 13-year-old girl (Cymphonique Miller) who seems to be a master magician.
“True Kiss” premieres THIS Saturday, August 7, @ 8PM ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
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