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Season 5
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Production
Episodes

20

Finale Date

TBA

Chronology
Previous

Season 4

Nickelodeon renewed Henry Danger for a fifth season on July 27, 2018, however Jace Norman announced the renewal on March 19, 2018 before Nickelodeon's announcement.[1]

Cast

Main Cast

Recurring Cast

Minor Cast

Special Guest Cast

Episodes

Confirmed Dates

Episodes Without Airdates

These episodes have been taped with no known air date. The episodes have been approved to be on here by the founders of the wiki. Note: Episodes may not be in order by date:

  1. 501 (501)
  2. 502 (502)

Trivia

  • Season 5 started production on July 5, 2018.
  • On March 19, 2018, in an interview with Extra, Jace Norman stated that Henry Danger got renewed for Season 5.[2]
    • He also said that Season 5 will may likely be the final season. However Nickelodeon has yet to announce.
  • During the weekend of May 19, 2018, Cooper Barnes and Jace Norman confirmed season 5 at Comic Con Revolution.
    • Cooper also stated in a Geekscape podcast that he has spoken to a new show runner, indicating a new show runner has been chosen.
    • On May 31, 2018, director Mike Caron posted that production for season 5 would start soon.
    • On a Live Stream on Instagram Jace said they would probably start a month from June 14, 2018.
    • On June 28, 2018, Mike Caron posted the first script for season 5.
  • Christopher J. Nowak is announced as the new executive producer replacing Dan Schneider.
  • This could (very likely) be the last season of the series.
  • On July 27, 2018 Nickelodeon announced Michael D. Cohen as Schwoz Schwartz is officially promoted to series regular.
    • Nickelodeon annouced that this season will consist of 20 episodes, taking the series to a total of 107 episodes, meaning a 100th episode special may happen.
  • There could be another Halloween special this season.
  • This will also be Dan Schneider's second longest running series after iCarly, meaning both shows have more than 100 episodes each and 5 seasons each.
    • Nickelodeon Split iCarly's fifth, making a sixth and seventh season as well as it's second season, but these seasons each have Season 5 production codes.
      • This is mainly due to Wikipedia going by streaming services as they broke up the seasons when other sites including the iCarly wiki mention the show only has five seasons; however Nickelodeon mentioned new seasons in promos making Wikipedia spit up the seasons several times and fans very confused.

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