Monday, December 10, 2012

MI High returns for Series 6

Action-packed teen spy-fi show MI High is coming back to CBBC for a bold and daring sixth series with all-new, top-secret adventures and a brand-new generation of highly skilled undercover agents. The series blasts back on screen in January with a thrilling back-to-back double bill of the first two episodes.

With a decidedly different look and feel, series six features new locations, gadgets galore and a talented young cast who have been recruited after an extensive, nationwide search.

18 year old Sam Strike from Southend-on-Sea, stars as uber resourceful action man Daniel Morgan. Like Bobby Lockwood who plays Rhydian in CBBC's Wolfblood, Sam is a graduate of the Sandra Singer Stage School in Essex.

Newcomer 18 year old Oyiza Momoh (represented by The Cairns Agency) from Glasgow plays master of disguise Aneisha Jones.

Another newcomer to TV,  14 year old Oscar Jacques (represented by Alana Herron) from Perth plays electronics genius Tom Tupper.

In the special double episode opener, the new team face their first mission: intercepting a heavily guarded cargo. To their astonishment, the package turns out to be a 15-year-old girl, Zoe. With her help, the team track down the Grand Master and finally put him behind bars. But is there an even deadlier enemy waiting in the wings...?

16 year old Natasha Watson (represented by United Agents) who starred in David Tennant drama Single Father, plays the new arrival Zoe.

Jonny Freeman returns as Frank London, and Julian Bleach is the Grand Master.

MI High will return to CBBC in the second week of January 2013, day and time to be confirmed.

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