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Summer TV Preview: The Haunted Hathaways

Jul 12, 2013

The Haunted Hathaways follows the adventures of a not-so-typical blended family who when they move to New Orleans find out they're house-sharing with some supernatural characters! Debuting July 13th, 2013 find out more in Kidzworld's Summer TV Preview!

Freaky Families

When Michelle Hathaway (Ginifer King) relocates to New Orleans, LA., to open a bakery with her daughters Taylor (Amber Montana) and Frankie (Breanna Yde), they quickly learn that life in the “Big Easy” is very different. Unbeknownst to them, their new home is already occupied by a ghost family comprised of jazz musician father Ray Preston (Chico Benymon), and his sons Miles (Curtis Harris) and Louie (Benjamin “Lil P-Nut” Flores Jr.).  After agreeing to live under one roof, they come to care about and rely on one another while driving each other crazy-- just like any normal family would. Though leery at first, the Hathaways soon discover how much fun life can be when living with ghosts.

Starring...

Amber Montana as Taylor Hathaway, the eldest daughter of the crew is just trying to adjust to life in a new home, school and find new friends (even if some of them are a little spooky.)

Curtis Harris as Miles Preston, a charming and good-natured ghost who absolutely does NOT want to scare anyone.

Benjamin "Lil" P-Nut" Flores Jr. as Louie Preston, a spunky (and spooky) younger brother who's hasnt quite mastered his ghosting gift yet! You might recognize Lil P-Nut as a former internet sensation, he's one of the youngest (and smallest) rappers to ever go viral and was even featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show!

Check out The Haunted Hathaways, hitting Nickelodeon July 13th at 8:30 PM! Check out this sneak peek below!                                                                                      

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lil p nut
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Evea

Evea wrote:

Oh goodness.
commented: Mon Jul 29, 2013

Lydia412

Lydia412 wrote:

i love this show so funny lol :)
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