H2O Just Add Water In the United States. Has It been discontinued/canceled?

Ok, I have looked all over the internet for answers. place and haven't found anything. Did Nickelodeon completely cancel/discontinue H2O:Just Add Water in the United States of America? If they so why? Is there any way to bring it back? I would really like to know, because H2O is fave show on the planet! Just so you know I checked The N's T.V. guide and they aren't going to show it anymore, on Wikipedia it said that they stopped showing reruns in July 2009

P.S. If you work for Nick please answer, and if you know a anything about this please Answer. Please don't waste my time with answers like Idk.

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    THE THIRD SEASON WILL AIR LATE THIS YEAR

    H2O: Just Add Water is an Australian television programme for children, pre-teens and teenagers, that is filmed on location at Sea World and other locations on the Gold Coast. It first screened on Australia's Network Ten in 2006 and later on Disney Channel Australia, and currently runs on channels in over 120 countries and has a worldwide audience of more than 250 million.[1][2] The show's premise revolves around three teenage girls facing everyday teen problems with an added twist: they're mermaids with powers over water. The theme song "No Ordinary Girl" is performed by Ellie Henderson in series one, by Kate Alexa in series two and by Indiana Evans in series three.

    Originally, there were only two series with a total of 52 episodes, but due to popular demand, a third series began filming in late 2008 and will screen in late 2009[3]. Jonathan M. Shiff, executive producer, said that, "there is lots of potential for a third season with normal teenagers who have super powers," and that open water filming may be an option in addition to the filming done at Sea World and Broadwater.[4][5] Indiana Evans will have a major role in the third series as Bella.

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