The television company is releasing the new series amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nickelodeon has announced it’ll be releasing two new “virtually interactive” television shows for those currently under lockdown.
The second to premiere will be Game Face on 13 June, which will feature panellists working to guess the identities of celebrity guests who are hidden behind animated filters and whose voices have been altered.
The virtually-produced TV shows continue…#Nickelodeon has ordered 6 episodes of "Group Chat: The Show" starring Annie LeBlanc and Jayden Bartels. Premieres Saturday 5/23 at 8:30p.
And 6 episodes of game show "Game Face" that'll premiere Saturday 6/13 at 8:30p. Host TBA.
— Nickandmore! (@nickandmore) May 6, 2020
Sharing in a statement, Nickelodeon’s SVP of Digital Studios, Ashley Kaplan, said:
“Group Chat: The Show and Game Face will bring together kids’ favorite celebrities and topics in a format meant to live across all Nickelodeon screens. The virtual filming of these shows will provide the fun escape kids crave, but also let them know that we understand what they’re going through and are listening to what they have to say.”
Each show will feature six episodes and will premiere on their respective days at 8:30pm.