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Nickeldoeon is bringing back nineties cartoons. Called The Splat, the new block will bring back a ton of old shows for kids of all ages. And now, we know exactly what that programming block will look like.
A couple of weeks ago, Nickelodeon caused an entire generation to go wild and crazy by teasing that a plan is in place to bring many beloved 1990s kid shows back to audiences, but offered no details as to how. Now we know that the still-mysterious project is called The Splat, and you're going to love it.
While the networks and Netflix are busy trying to capitalize on TV viewes’ current obsession with older projects coming back, Nickelodeon may take this possibility a step further, bringing back well-liked programs from the past for new audiences.
In the annals of comedic duos, you’re always going to hear about classic pairings like Laurel and Hardy. But kids who grew up in the 1990s were probably overly familiar with the duo of Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson, and Mitchell's fan will be jazzed to know he has a new show
TV show reunions are all the rage these days, as everybody loves a "Where are they now?" story. The cast from the classic Nickelodeon series Salute Your Shorts recently came together to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary. 25 years!
Chances are, unless you are a young child or a the parent of a young child, you probably don't know the Nickelodeon cartoon series Oggy and the Cockroaches. Well, that's all about to change as recent headlines revealing the Nickelodeon show slipped in a few nips make their way around the world.
Recently, the plot for an upcoming Season 10 SpongeBob SquarePants episode was revealed that sounds pretty insane. The episode would be sure to give children nightmares, but there is good news. It’s a big mistake.
The age of cord-cutting is upon us, as the cries of millions of people frustrated with cable and satellite services are slowly being heard by network executives. The latest network to hop on the “subscribe to me” train is Nickelodeon, which is planning its own standalone service. Say goodbye to your children.
Several months ago, we learned that Nickelodeon signed a straight-to-series order for School of Rock, a brand new TV series based on the well-liked film of the same name. When Nickelodeon announced the series, we didn’t know if any of the cast members from the original movie planned to star or pop up in the TV show.
SpongeBob SquarePants has been on the air for 15 years and during that time has featured some changes of the guard in terms of its creative team. This week, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water director Paul Tibbitt announced that a former showrunner will be returning.
When Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and horror are said in the same sentence, your gut instinct would wisely be to assume that it’s in reference to that cinematic mess that came out in August. But in this case, we’re talking about the animated Nickelodeon series, which just added two genre icons for an upcoming episode.
Spongebob Squarepants is causing some waves. The show has found fanbases worldwide, but some people aren’t quite so enchanted with the show. Recently, a Kazakhstan official denounced the bright yellow cartoon character, saying the creature's antics and behavior have an adverse affect on the children watching, turning them into “hooligans.”
Veteran TV host Marc Summers is most famous for Double Dare. The famous Nickelodeon game show ran from the late eighties into the early nineties before being aired in reruns for another decade, and Summers recently spoke out to say he would love to do another version of Double Dare.
School of Rock's premise seems like an ideal set-up for a kids TV show, so it's a wonder the 2003 film wasn't adapted years ago, especially when we consider Miranda Cosgrove's rise to kid-fame at Nickelodeon in the years that followed the film. As it happens, it's Nickelodeon that's teaming with Paramount Television to bring School of Rock to the small screen.
A little more than a year ago, Sam & Cat premiered to an audience of 4.2 million people. Within a few months, the show was given a 40-episode first season order. Most observers expected it would wind up being Nickelodeon’s anchor show for at least a half decade, but sadly, thanks to a litany of behind the scenes problems, it’s not even going to see a second season.