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There may be bad news coming to Bikini Bottom. But it's not in the form of an animated villain. Instead it's arrest related.
One of the favorite 90’s Nick game shows was Legends of the Hidden Temple. The show’s host, Kirk Fogg, recently opened up as to why so many 90’s kids left the show disappointed.
Anyone who watched Legends of the Hidden Temple with their kids or when they were growing up should know the popular game show was both difficult and fraught with dangers.
While primetime is generally the most important part of the programming block for many networks, it's not quite as important for children's networks, where the full day is geared to attract young eyes. Disney knows this, and now it has bragging rights.
Back in the 90s, Nickelodeon was the place to be for kids’ TV. One of the most entertaining series had to be panel game show Figure It Out, what with the constant threat of slime being dumped on the panelists. Host Summer Sanders came clean about the secret behind the slime that is surprisingly delicious.
Over at Nickelodeon, which is preparing for the 25th anniversary of its Nicktoons brand, they’re gearing up for a brand new Hey Arnold! special. And just in case you’re worried about your favorite football-headed character getting watered down for a new generation, have faith.
An upcoming TV movie produced by Nickelodeon will answer one of the biggest questions we still have from classic cartoon Hey Arnold!.
It’s nothing new that popular movies and TV shows get fan art dedicated to them, but it’s not all the time we get to hear the original artists’ opinions. Enter one former Rugrats artist, who has strong opinions about how others depict the Rugrats as adults.
The times, they are a changing. At least that appears to be the case over at Nick at Nite. Like a lot of other cable networks the Nick at Nite programming block has determined this might not be as viable as initially expected.
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.