Pacific Coast Academy, an all-boys boarding school, will now be accepting female students for the first time since the school was established in 1923. Zoey’s 10-year-old little brother Dustin is currently a student there. Zoey decides to be one of the first girls to become a student at PCA. This is very exciting, but also very scary. Fitting in at a new school is hard enough, but going away to boarding school and living on your own at age 13 with new roommates can get crazy, especially when the girls are heavily outnumbered by the boys…
- Aired on Nickelodeon in U.S.
- The premiere of the Zoey 101 TV movie “Goodbye Zoey?” was the highest-rated live-action show EVER on Nickelodeon, with over 7.3 million viewers.
- The series finale of Zoey 101 “Chasing Zoey” was the highest-rated show on ALL of television for ALL kid demos, including teens 12-17, beating out American Idol
- Most expensive production ever for Nickelodeon series, as was shot completely on location in Malibu, California.
- Premiere was highest rated, most watched among youth 9-14 in Nickelodeon history.
- Was Nick’s best performance for a series premiere (live-action or animation) in almost 8 years.
- Premiered as the #1 show in its time period on cable (beating all programming on Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, etc.) across all youth demographics while placing #2 on all of television.
- Nominated for Primetime Emmy (Outstanding Children’s Program).
- Over 3.5 million viewers each week.
- One of the world’s top live-action series for youth.
- Consistently named one of the top performing programs for youth on almost every network it airs.
- Airs in nearly 100 territories across the world and broadcasts in nearly 300 million homes on leading networks such as: Televisa (Mexico), France 2 (France), Italia Uno (Italy), TV Norge (Norway), RTE (Ireland), Family Channel and VRAK (Canada), Zig Zap (Poland), RTL (Belgium), M-Net (South Africa), Pop TV (Slovenia) Antena 3 (Spain), Ecuavisa (Ecuador), Nickelodeon worldwide, and many more.
- Premiere was Family Channel’s highest-rated series premiere ever, outperforming the second highest-rated series premiere by 39%.
- Season Three premiered in Canada in March 2007 peaking at the networks highest ratings to date.
- Averaged a staggering 46.2% share among women ages 12-19 on Norway’s TV Norge in Fall 2006.
- Improved by more than 40% over the 2006 average for its timeslot on Ireland’s RTE.
- 65 x 30 min episodes currently available.