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Niko and the Sword of Light

Produced by Amazon Studios. Stars: Andre Robinson, Kari Wahlgren, Tom Kenny. Also known as Niko y la espada iluminada in Spain. It premiered on Jul 21, 2017, on Amazon Prime. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.8 *. Won the BTVA Television Voice Acting Award, Daytime Emmy, Pixie.


How Many Season Does Niko and the Sword of Light Have: 2 (18 episodes)

Season 3

Amazon Prime

Season 2

Season premieres on December 28, 2018

Amazon Prime, 5 episodes

Season 1

Season premieres on July 21, 2017

Amazon Prime, 14 episodes

Where Can I Watch Niko and the Sword of Light Online

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When Does Niko and the Sword of Light Come On

Niko and the Sword of Light is on Amazon Prime (USA) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E1 (A Day in Carondolet) - Air Date: Dec 28, 2018 (8 months ago)

News & Interviews

Niko and the Sword of Light: SpongeBob Voice Actor Tom Kenny on His New Animated Series - IGN - via Ign

But that's not going to work at a cartoon with a two to four age group. You just sort of speed him up. You get Richard Kind 90 cups of coffee and you put him in the Borscht Belt, you put him on the stage of a comedy club and you're like "what's going on with this guy?" Luckily for me, that got me the gig.

INTERVIEW: Rob Hoegee And Chris Prynoski On The New Amazon Original Series 'Niko and the Sword of Light' - Cartoon Brew - according to Cartoonbrew

But now we’ve got to basically plan out the entire season in advance; we have to get everyone on board so we know exactly where we were going. Every single episode has to be mapped out, because we have a lot of complex plot threads that need to be picked up in one episode and paid off in another.

TV picks for July 27: 'Typical Rick,' 'Niko and the Sword of Light,' 'Ozark' - Minneapolis Star Tribune - according to Startribune

Jason Bateman’s skills as a director were already on display in 2013’s “Bad Words,” but he’s topped himself with his TV series, “Ozark,” simply by casting the great Laura Linney as his on-screen wife. The two play a big-city couple who move to Missouri’s summer resort community while trying to pay off a debt to a Mexican drug lord.


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