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|# of Episodes||60|
|Airing|| US: January 1, 2011 – February 19, 2011|
UK: February 25, 2011 - May 20, 2011
|Premiere||House of Secrets / House of Attitude / House of the Blackbird / House of Dares / House of Lies|
|Finale||House of Hush / House of Spies / House of Sting / House of Never / House of Forever|
|Based On||Het Huis Anubis|
The first season of House of Anubis a British-American-Belgian mystery televison series that premiered in the United States on January 1, 2011. The series is based on the Dutch-Belgian series, Het Huis Anubis, and is the first soap opera created by Nickelodeon. In the United Kingdom and Ireland the series aired on February 25, 2011, and in Asia on April 1, 2011.
The season was filmed from July 2010 to December 2010 in Liverpool. Each episode of the season consists of two eleven minute segments and is broadcasted in a five-day-a week format. The season has two hour long specials: the premiere and finale, which both contained five segments.
Nina Martin moves to Anubis House the same day one of the students, Joy Mercer, disappears. Joy's roommate, Patricia Williamson, is furious and determined to prove Nina did something to Joy. Nina and the only person who's been nice to her in England, Fabian Rutter, begin to uncover the mystery of the house. They find a key in the stairs, and a puzzle piece. An old woman named Sarah Frobisher-Smythe tries to help them on their quest. When Amber Millington, another Anubis student, catches Nina trying to solve a puzzle piece in the bathroom, she joins up with Nina and Fabian to try to solve the mystery, calling them "Sibuna". While Sibuna is solving the mystery, Patricia teams up with a man named Rufus Zeno, a P.I. who says he wants to find Joy. Nina and Patricia then witness Victor putting an unconscious Rufus into the back of a van and Patricia joins Sibuna. Sibuna slowly uncovers more clues, is joined by housemate Alfie Lewis, and discovers that Joy is the "Chosen One", and Victor and the teachers are protecting her from Rufus, who turns out to be evil. In the end, Sibuna is joined by their housemate, Jerome Clarke, who had inadvertently been giving Rufus the information he needed to trap Sibuna. Rufus holds Nina, Fabian, Amber, Patricia, Alfie and Jerome hostage in the school during prom, they escape by throwing a hour-glass full of poisonous sand flies at Rufus. They get to the house in time for Nina, who discovers she's the Chosen One, not Joy, to put the Cup of Ankh together. Rufus then comes back and drinks the elixir from it and runs away. Fabian then reveals that that was a fake elixir, and he had dumped out the real elixir earlier that night. Nina then hides that Cup while everyone else is at prom, when she arrives Amber crowns her and Fabian prom king and queen and they kiss, and we see the Cup of Ankh hidden under the stage.
- Nathalia Ramos as Nina Martin
- Brad Kavanagh as Fabian Rutter
- Jade Ramsey as Patricia Williamson
- Ana Mulvoy Ten as Amber Millington
- Bobby Lockwood as Mick Campbell
- Tasie Dhanraj (Lawrence) as Mara Jaffray
- Eugene Simon as Jerome Clarke
- Alex Sawyer as Alfie Lewis
- Klariza Clayton as Joy Mercer
- Francis Magee as Victor Rodenmaar Jr.
- Rita Davies as Sarah Frobisher-Smythe
- Mina Anwar as Trudy Rehmann
- Julia Deakin as Daphne Andrews
- Paul Antony-Barber as Eric Sweet
- Jack Donnelly as Jason Winkler
- Catherine Bailey as Esther Robinson
- Roger Barclay as Rufus Zeno
- Michael Lumsden as Frederick Mercer
- Simon Chandler as Ade Rutter
- Nicholas Bailey as Sergeant Roebuck
- Brigid Zengeni as Mrs. Mulligan
- Sarah Wood as Marsha Lewis
- Cyril Nri as Philip Lewis
- Sheri-An Davis as Nurse Delia
- James Gandhi as Robbie
- Emilia Jones as Sarah Frobisher-Smythe (young)
- Daniel O'Brien as Robert Frobisher-Smythe
- Helen Sheargold as Louisa Frobisher-Smythe
- Francis Magee as Victor Rodenmaar Sr.
|Episode #||Title||Written By||Directed By||Airdate|
|1-5||House of Secrets / House of Attitude / House of the Blackbird / House of Dares / House of Lies||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 1, 2011|
|6-7||House of Locks / House of Eyes||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 2, 2011|
|8-9||House of Agendas / House of Keys||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 2, 2011|
|10-11||House of Discovery / House of Hyper||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 10, 2011|
|12-13||House of Cheats / House of Rumors||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 11, 2011|
|14-15||House of Intruders / House of Proof||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 12, 2011|
|16-17||House of Confrontation / House of Alarms||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 13, 2011|
|18-19||House of Flames / House of Passages||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 14, 2011|
|20-21||House of Kidnap / House of Cat-Nap||Diane Whitley||Tom Poole||January 18, 2011|
|22-23||House of Cameras / House of Numbers||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||January 19, 2011|
|24-25||House of Scares / House of Fakers||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||January 20, 2011|
|26-27||House of Identity / House of Emergency||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||January 21, 2011|
|28-29||House of Reunion / House of Memories||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||January 24, 2011|
|30-31||House of Drama / House of Codes||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||January 25, 2011|
|32-33||House of Risks / House of Thieves||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 26, 2011|
|34-35||House of Hazard / House of Charades||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 27, 2011|
|36-37||House of Rendezvous / House of Rescue||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||January 31, 2011|
|38-39||House of Arrest / House of Hoax||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||February 1, 2011|
|40-41||House of Time / House of Aliens||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||February 2, 2011|
|42-43||House of Masks / House of Pursuit||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||February 3, 2011|
|44-45||House of Yesterday / House of Victory||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||February 4, 2011|
|46-47||House of Bribes / House of Venom||Diane Whitley & Danny Spring||Tim Hopewell||February 14, 2011|
|48-49||House of Stars / House of Harsh||Diane Whitley & Danny Spring||Tim Hopewell||February 15, 2011|
|50-51||House of Lights / House of Allegiance||Diane Whitley||Angelo Abela||February 16, 2011|
|52-53||House of Pests / House of Betrayal||Diane Whitley & Danny Spring||Angelo Abela||February 17, 2011|
|54-55||House of Reservation / House of Heavy||Diane Whitley & Danny Spring||Tim Hopewell||February 18, 2011|
|56-60||House of Hush / House of Spies / House of Sting / House of Never / House of Forever||Diane Whitley||Tim Hopewell||February 19, 2011|
- In the UK and Ireland, Nick only aired one 11 minute long segment per day, excluding the series premiere and finale. There was also a month long break midway through the season. These two reasons are why it took about four months for Season 1 to finish in the UK and Ireland. However, the airing methods changed to two 11 minute segments per day for Season 2.
- In the U.S Nick aired about 30 minute episodes(2 episodes put together) every night.
- Nick.com has taken down all full episodes.