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New Zealand Campers KIWI CUZZIES were crowned this year’s winners of Champ Orange in last night’s season finale of Nickelodeon’s most legendary Camp Orange in history, Camp Orange Force: 10. The coveted title is awarded to the best and fairest team of the series as voted by kids watching at home.

This year, fans were more engaged than ever before, casting a record number of over 274,000 votes. Continue reading »

NICKELODEON – Tuesdays from 3 July, 5pm

Four amazingly talented teams from across the country have finally arrived at Camp Orange. The ultimate battle of GIRLS vs. BOYS continues with girl teams being led by guest host, iCarly’s Jennette McCurdy, whilst Luke and Wyatt lead the boy teams into battle.

NICKELODEON – Tuesdays from 26 June, 5pm

Nickelodeon’s award winning production

It’s a battle that’s raged since the dawn of time … GIRLS vs. BOYS.

Thousands of kids across Australia and New Zealand auditioned to be part of this exciting series and only the gutsy, most dynamic girls and boys team of best friends were chosen to test their dexterity, wits and an ability to ‘play nice or pay the price!’ in the ultimate ‘once in a life time’ adventure camp experience .. CAMP ORANGE. Nick’s award-winning flagship local production is now in its eighth season and this year, Nickelodeon comedic duo Luke and Wyatt are joined by a very special female host, Jennette McCurdy (star of iCarly).

NICKELODEON – Tuesdays from 19 July – 16 August, 5pm

The kids asked for it – so we’re delivering! In 2011 Nickelodeon’s Camp Orange takes ‘wrongness’ to a new level with Camp Orange: Wrong Town. The seventh series of Nick’s award-winning Australian production debuts in NZ with Camp Hosts comedic duo Luke and Wyatt directing the campers through the most gross, most shocking, and most ‘wrong’ challenges in the show’s history. Welcome to Wrong Town – where only the brave will survive!

While this season will be messier and more challenging than ever, it will still maintain its uniquely positive celebration of friendship and fairness that has made Camp Orange hugely popular with kids and families alike in Australia.

For the first time ever, a team from New Zealand has been selected to take on the Aussies. The campers – selected from a record number of entries – will tackle the outdoor terrain with surprise twists, while getting plenty dirty without playing dirty – whether it’s with food, water, critters or slime.

Join the four teams of best friends, The Mighty Wood Ducks (NSW), The Awesome 2some (NZ), The Pickled Peppers (QLD) and The Unforgettables (NSW), as they experience all the thrills and spills that only Camp Orange: Wrong Town can offer.

NICKELODEON – Weekdays from Monday 6 – Thursday 16 June, 4pm

With only a few weeks till Camp Orange: Wrong Town premieres, Luke & Wyatt are gearing up for the ultimate outdoor adventure by previewing the best of this year’s Camp Orange audition videos every weekday from June 6- 16 at 4pm on Nickelodeon.

The kids asked for it – so we’re delivering! In 2011 Nickelodeon’s Camp Orange takes ‘wrongness’ to a new level with Camp Orange: Wrong Town. The seventh series of Nick’s award-winning local production sees hosts Luke and Wyatt putting the campers through the grossest, most stomach-churning challenges in the show’s history! This new season will be messier and more challenging than ever, whilst still maintaining its uniquely positive celebration of friendship and fairness that has made Camp Orange hugely popular with kids and families alike. For the first time ever a team from New Zealand will be selected to take on the Aussies. The campers – selected from thousands of hopefuls – will tackle rugged outdoor terrain with surprise twists, while getting plenty dirty without playing dirty – whether it’s with mud, sludge or slime. And of course with the vote for best and fairest, ‘Champ Orange’, kids learn that it pays to play nice, or pay the price!

Nickelodeon Australia has announced that it will produce a format version of its award-winning Australian production, Camp Orange, for Nickelodeon UK. The six-part series will commence production in New South Wales this month, and will premiere on Nick UK in summer.

The announcement comes as Nickelodeon Australia wraps shooting on the seventh season of its Logie Awards nominated series, with the forthcoming instalment to be called Camp Orange: Wrong Town debuting exclusively in New Zealand on Nickelodeon (SKY channel 041) on July 19.  

Set to be the messiest, most “wrong” season yet, Wrong Town is hosted by comedic duo Luke & Wyatt, and will feature a team from New Zealand. The UK version of Camp Orange will begin shooting next week at the same secret rural location in New South Wales, bringing their own talent into the country and utilising Nickelodeon Australia’s local production expertise.

“This is an exciting creative step for Nick Australia,” said Katrina Southon, SVP & Managing Director, Viacom International Media Networks Australia & New Zealand.  “Over the years we’ve collected many awards for Camp Orange, Australia’s first reality show just for kids.  It’s become the perfect local production format for us to export globally, including three seasons of an Italian version of the show.  With a UK version set to air this summer we will continue to seek out opportunities to produce even more content for UK and American Nickelodeon audiences.” 

Tina McCann, Managing Director of Nickelodeon UK said: “We are very excited to bring Australia’s award winning series Camp Orange to Nick UK. The show has been a great success in Australia and the format is perfect for the UK market.”

The exportation of Camp Orange follows the successful adaptation of the format House of Anubis, a mystery-driven drama series based upon Nickelodeon’s hugely successful Benelux format. The first season of the English version was filmed in the UK last year, and airs on Nickelodeon US, UK, and Australia.

Camp Orange has won several ASTRA Awards for Nickelodeon Australia, and last year’s sixth season, Camp Orange: Castle Mountain, was nominated for a 2011 TV Week Logie Award.