A magazine ad for the show featuring the main cast.

Just For Kicks (also originally titled Head to Toe and then The Power Strikers), was a short-lived comedy-drama series produced by Brookwell McNamara Entertainment, created by Alana Sanko, and executive produced by Whoopi Goldberg. It aired on Nickelodeon's TEENick block from April 9th 2006 - September 16, 2006 for 13 episodes. The show centered around a girls' soccer team in New York City whose members all share the same passion for the sport.

Just For Kicks starred Francesca Catalano as Alexa D'Amico, a stereotypical popular high school girl, Mallory Low as Winifred "Freddie" Costello, a tough girl who is not good friends with Alexa because she and her friends would snob her at school, Katija Pevec as Lauren Zelmer, a shy, timid, serious good ahtlete, Jessica Williams as Vida Atwood, a sporty, serious athletic girl like Lauren, and Jerad Anderson as Chris D'Amico, Alexa's older brother.[1]

Although at least two episodes of the show were apparently on iTunes at some point, it remains the rarest and hardest-to-find Nickelodeon TV show ever (even more so than KaBlam!), as there are barely any traces of the show left online at all, and only three clips are available to the general public. The first is a trailer of various moments from the show, available for viewing on Viacom's website. The website also contains two full episodes which can be viewed via the Screening Room, but one needs an account to access them, and there is no option to create an account.[2] The second clip is an incomplete promo for a new episode which played during the credits of a Fairly OddParents episode.[3] The third clip is a demo reel for actor Craig Robert Young, who plays Coach Leslie Moore on the show.[4] While these clips confirm that the show aired and ran on Nickelodeon, no full episodes of the show are publicly available.

THE SHOW WILL BE SAVED. I have a copy from iTunes and will upload them soon!!! ~EmperorMarcus

EDIT: On this day May 2 2016, I'll be uploading the complete series as I post them to YouTube with mirrors on Dailymotion and possibly Vimeo later. The first half of the series is here: https://youtu.be/-1QT9MX0pDs and the second half is here: https://youtu.be/AkPZpuvUouc Links to alternate hosts will be up soon.



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