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Old January 22nd, 2012, 04:36 PM #41
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Supposedly it was the finale of each of those series before midnight and then the premiere episode after midnight. I say supposedly because, I guess, The Secret World of Alex Mack showed the third to last episode since the finale was a two-parter and they only had time on the slot for one episode and didn't want to leave it on a cliffhanger.
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Actually they showed Salute Your Shorts, The Secret World of Alex Mack, Clarissa Explains it All, and Are You Afraid of the Dark? on New Years Eve/New Years Day. I do think they need to show them more often though. I've only had TeenNick for a month and I'm already tired of All That, Rugrats, and Hey Arnold.
All That just started showing the Danny Tamberelli season for the first time. As for Rugrats and Hey Arnold, that's because the mindless drones who post on the message board and Facebook pages never bothered checking their EPGs. So instead of shows like Hey Dude, Welcome Freshmen, Space Cases, Salute Your Shorts, Roundhouse and other shows that haven't had a full run since the 90s, as well as Clarissa, Alex mack and Pete and Pete which last had a full run in 2003 on The N (the previous name of TeenNick), we're stuck with shows that have had dedicated timeslots on Nicktoons from the day the channel launched in 2002. Heck for the past two years all these classic Nicktoons were grouped together in the exact same overnight timeslot up until October.
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Supposedly it was the finale of each of those series before midnight and then the premiere episode after midnight. I say supposedly because, I guess, The Secret World of Alex Mack showed the third to last episode since the finale was a two-parter and they only had time on the slot for one episode and didn't want to leave it on a cliffhanger.
They also lied about Kenan & Kel, they didn't show the real finale, but the second to last episode.
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They also lied about Kenan & Kel, they didn't show the real finale, but the second to last episode.
What was the finale for kenan & kel?
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Tales from the Clip
It was, as the title suggests, a fourth wall breaking clip show.
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Tales from the Clip
It was, as the title suggests, a fourth wall breaking clip show.
Oh, that sucks.
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Here I thought the last ep was that one when they graduated, and Kenan tried to hide he got banned from the ceremony.
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Another Nick@Nite show adding to its lineup:
Nickelodeon and Televisa Partner With “Reach for a Star”, First Telenovela Adapted for U.S., on Nick@Nite
Tuesday, January 24, 2012 | Posted by Bryan Alford

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Nickelodeon and Televisa Break New Creative Ground With “Reach For a Star”, First-Ever Telenovela Adapted for the U.S., to Air On Nick at Nite

80-Episode Daily Series Centers Around Teenage Girl Who Reaches Stardom and Wins the Love of Her Teen Idol; Produced in Association with Sony Pictures Television

MIAMI, Jan. 24, 2012 * Nickelodeon, in partnership with Televisa, has ordered 80 episodes of a groundbreaking, original one-hour U.S. adaptation of the popular Mexican telenovela, Reach for a Star (Alcanzar una Estrella) for Nick at Nite, it was announced today by Cyma Zarghami, President of Viacom’s Nickelodeon Group; and Jose Baston President of Television and Content from Televisa. The first telenovela ever adapted for the U.S. audience, Reach for a Star is a single-camera, daily series following a teenage girl whose life changes completely when she becomes a star and wins the love of her teen idol. Reach for a Star will be produced in association with Sony Pictures Television and is set to premiere later this year on Nickelodeon’s nighttime block for families–Nick at Nite. Production begins in March in Los Angeles, Calif.

“We have experienced first-hand the popularity of the daily scripted format with our kid audience through the success of House of Anubis and our teen audience with DeGrassi: The Next Generation,” and our Nick Latin American channel has already had great success in producing telenovela’s with Televisa,” Ms. Zarghami said. “This partnership brings together Televisa’s un-matched leadership in the telenovela genre with our expertise in making content, and we’re looking forward to introducing this first true English-language telenovela to Nick at Nite’s family audience.”

“As part of the steps towards building a strong presence in the Anglo TV market, Televisa is excited to coproduce with Nickelodeon one of the many successful scripts from our library in a daily series format,” said Baston. We are convinced that the daily series will be well received by Nick�s family audiences, and will capture their attention daily as it has happened in different markets in the world where Televisa has exported its production capabilities. The Televisa and Nick alliance will certainly result in a successful formula, and we envision Reach for a Star as the first of many joint projects.

“For more than a decade Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) and Televisa have been strategically building upon their regional partnership that today encompasses, distribution, consumer products and co-productions,” said Pierluigi Gazzolo, Chief Operating Officer, VIMN. “Reach for a Star marks a dynamic new phase in our partnership and VIMN is incredibly excited to once again be expanding our content portfolio with Televisa.”

Reach for a Star follows Nickelodeon’s success with its live-action serialized series, House of Anubis and Degrassi. Nickelodeon has also experienced tremendous success with the format in Europe and Latin America. The Reach for a Star series is an adaptation of the hit Mexican telenovela, Alcanzar una Estrella, first broadcast on Canal de las Estrellas and Univision in 1990. The success of the series led to a film and sequel telenovela starring Latin American pop sensations, Ricky Martin and Sasha Sokol.

Reach for a Star follows a smart, shy and independent high school senior, Loren, who has ambitions of being a songwriter and secretly sends her song lyrics to her celebrity crush, rock superstar Eddie Wild. Loren’s wildest dreams come true when she not only wins a songwriting competition sponsored by Eddie, but strikes up a friendship with her idol. Eddie sees beyond Loren’s potential as a songwriter and gives her a first break as a singer, and when the truth about his less-than-faithful girlfriend Chloe is revealed, Eddie and Loren’s friendship blossoms.

The series will be co-executive produced by six-time Emmy Award-winner Jill Farren Phelps (General Hospital, One Life to Live) and Hisham Abed (The Hills and The City). Josh Griffith (Young and the Restless, As the World Turns) will serve as head writer.

Nick at Nite is Nickelodeon’s nighttime programming block that features popular hit family comedies including the Emmy Award-winning series Friends, My Wife & Kids, George Lopez and The Nanny.

About Nickelodeon
Nickelodeon, now in its 32nd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in 100 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 17 consecutive years. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

About Televisa
Grupo Televisa, S.A.B., is the largest media company in the Spanish-speaking world based on its market capitalization and a major participant in the international entertainment business. It has interests in television production and broadcasting, production of pay-television networks, international distribution of television programming, direct-to-home satellite services, cable television and telecommunication services, magazine publishing and distribution, radio production and broadcasting, professional sports and live entertainment, feature-film production and distribution, the operation of a horizontal internet portal, and gaming.
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Nickelodeon Greenlights ‘Bad Fairy’ Pilot
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EXCLUSIVE: Nickelodeon is moving ahead with production on scripted comedy pilot Bad Fairy. The multi-camera comedy, written and executive produced by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas (MTV’s My Super Psycho Sweet 16), follows the unlikely friendship between a rebellious teen fairy and an “adorkable” 14-year-old girl who form a bond as they help each other navigate the perils of both teenage and fairy life. Production on the pilot starts next week in Los Angeles. Eric Seaton, repped by Principato-Young and Preferred Artists, is set to direct. This is the second pilot greenlighted by Nickelodeon over the past month, along with the Jon Ross-created Marvin, Marvin, which stars starring Lucas Cruikshank as a quirky, intergalactic new kid in school who clumsily tries to adapt to his new life as a human teenager.
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Looks like Fred: The Show comes to Nick on Feb. 20th.
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Yup, another new show.

NICKELODEON ACQUIRES NEW TWEEN COMEDY SERIES,

LIFE WITH BOYS, FROM CLASSIC MEDIA AND NELVANA

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NEW YORK, Feb. 6, 2012 – Nickelodeon, the number-one entertainment brand for kids, announced today a global broadcast acquisition with Classic Media and Corus Entertainment’s Nelvana for the new half-hour series, Life With Boys. The 22-episode series created by Michael Poryes (Hannah Montana and That’s So Raven), starring Torri Webster as “Tess” and Madison Pettis as “Allie”, is produced by Nelvana and Helion Pictures.

“We are excited to partner with Classic Media, Nelvana and Helion Pictures on this exciting new property,” said Jules Borkent, Senior Vice President, Programming and Acquisitions, Nickelodeon. “Life With Boys is a perfect addition to our programming line-up, and we feel the tween series will enhance our global audience’s TV viewing experience.”

“Nickelodeon is the perfect platform for this new series from Michael Poryes which we all believe will be a breakout hit,” said Chloé van den berg, Executive Vice President, International, Classic Media.

“Life With Boys has enjoyed success in Canada and the UK and we are delighted that audiences in the US and around the world will finally meet these wonderfully real and memorable characters,” said Jerry Diaz, Vice President, Worldwide Sales and Distribution, Nelvana Enterprises.

The partnership covers exclusive TV rights in the US and Pay TV rights for regional Nickelodeon channels, across Europe, including Germany, Benelux, the Nordics, as well as Latin America and Asia. Broadcast rights for the UK have been previously secured by Nickelodeon in an earlier announced deal with Helion Pictures.

Each half-hour episode follows 14-year-old Tess Foster as she navigates her way through the turmoil of teen life while living at home with her single, overprotective dad and three brothers. Although Tess adores the four important men in her life, they do have four totally different perspectives. Despite the shortcomings of being the only girl in a male household, the boys can sometimes offer solid advice. Whether it’s building up the courage to talk to a boy, dealing with an obnoxious one, or coping with the repercussions of being the only girl on the boys’ wrestling team, Life With Boys sheds a comedic light on many of life’s difficult moments.
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With a channel for kids, teen, adults, and toddlers, here comes a new block for MOMS:
Nickelodeon Announces Series Pick-Up, Development Slate for “NICKMOM” * the Brand-New Content Destination for Today’s Moms

New Stand-Up Comedy Series * NickMom Night Out * Gets Greenlight; Programming Slate Features More than 50 Projects in Development

NEW YORK, Feb. 8, 2012 – Nickelodeon announced a new series pick-up and its development slate for NICKMOM, the prime-time, advertiser-supported television comedy block and convergent web site designed specifically for today’s moms. The network picked up 26 episodes of the stand-up comedy series NickMom Night Out for the TV block, which will launch in 4Q and air in prime-time on Nick Jr. Also announced were more than 50 projects in development spanning TV and digital and including work from stand-up comedian and actress Caroline Rhea; actor/author Annabelle Gurwitch; and Madeleine Smithberg of Mad Cow Productions (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart).

“As a 6-year veteran of motherhood, I know the importance of celebrating the funny moments of being a mom, and finding that rare and coveted ‘me time,’” said Bronwen O’Keefe, Senior Vice President, NICKMOM. “With NICKMOM, moms everywhere will have a place to go where they can decompress from their busy days with a dose of laugh out loud comedy.”

NICKMOM’s series pick-up:

NickMom Night Out: (26 episodes) a stand-up comedy series that takes moms out for a night at the comedy club. Featured comedians include Judy Gold, Corey Kahaney, B Phlat and Deena Blizzard, all offering their humorous takes on the joy and pain of parenting.

NICKMOM’s development slate includes a mix of talk shows, stand up, sketch comedy, hidden camera, game shows and more:

A hybrid sketch/talk series starring and executive produced by comedian and actress Caroline Rhea and Emily Cohen (Title TBD).

It’s Nighttime with Annabelle Gurwitch – A new breed of talk show that looks at the world through Gurwitch’s unique mom-colored glasses, executive produced by Gurwitch and Elyse Roth (former The Daily Show producer).

The 5th Hour – A scripted comedy show inspired by morning news shows and hosted by mom comics in the roles of the news team. Executive produced by Mad Cow Productions (Madeleine Smithberg, executive producer The Daily Show with Jon Stewart), Sarah North and Jordan Tilzer (Roar).

The Judi & Kate Show – A real-life, modern-day Laverne and Shirley, these two mom video bloggers have a lot to say, and the worldwide web is listening. The Judi & Kate Show is a show within a show, going inside their world for their own unique take on motherhood. Executive produced by Coolfire Productions (Welcome to Sweetie Pies).

Mommy Double – Because every mom wishes she had a twin helper, we bring in a mommy double to get the job done…or at least try to. Executive produced by Magda Liolis and Eileen Braun (Figure It Out, Bet the House).

Oblivious – A game show contestants don’t know they are on, where unsuspecting moms get the chance to answer trivia for cold hard cash. Executive produced by Scott Stone (Stone and Company, Brain Surge).

My 63 Moms – Completely uneducated about babies, comic and first-time mom Andrea Rosen turns to moms across the country to tell her everything they think she needs to know, and then some. Executive produced by Linda Schaeffer and Barbara Kanowitz Small, with Andrea Rosen.

Road Mamas – This docu-series follows three stand-up comedian moms and eight kids in one RV, where they buckle up for a funny, messy ride. Executive produced by Chris Debeic/Triternal Studios.

Nickelodeon also today announced that Johnson & Johnson, Target, General Mills and Reckitt Benckiser have signed on as sponsors for NICKMOM. These multi-million dollar deals will include brand integration, content development and sponsorships across both the NICKMOM TV block and NICKMOM.com.

The NICKMOM nightly TV block, launching this fall on Nick Jr., will feature a mix of original long- and short-form programming, including talk shows, stand-up and sketch comedy, hidden camera and more. NICKMOM.com blog debuted last November and currently features editorial franchises, photos and video. Throughout this year, the site will evolve into a robust, mom-focused humor site complete with more editorial, photos, videos, gaming and community, becoming a fully integrated site timed to the TV launch.

Nickelodeon, now in its 32nd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 100 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 17 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit http://www.nickpress.com. Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

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So, in other words, this is going to eventually devolve into reruns of The Nanny and Family Matters (and repurposed tween-com rerun episodes that focus on the mothers - BTR could get a second life here, along with some of the Mrs Benson-focused eps of iCarly), just like N@N has become Friends@Nite. Also, turning NickJr into a hybrid 6am-6pm/6pm-6am network is exactly what Nick got away from when they made it a full-time network and dumped Nick GAS in favor of The N/TeenNick.
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Wasn't Fred: The Movie a big flop anyways? So why throw more money at an internet kid who really had no talent to begin with? No offense to Lucas or anything, but I thought he was stronger with JKL Productions (?) before he left to just do the Fred crap.
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Monsuno premieres Feb. 23:
NICKTOONS PREMIERES NEW ACTION-ADVENTURE ANIMATED SERIES, "MONSUNO," THURSDAY, FEB. 23, AT 8:00 PM (ET)

NEW YORK - February 6, 2012 - Nicktoons launches Monsuno(TM), a half-hour action-adventure series debuting with two back-to-back episodes on Thursday, Feb. 23, at 8:00 p.m. (ET). In the 52-episode series, the fate of the world lies in the hands of a group of heroic kids who wrestle with the power to command and battle creatures called Monsuno. Following the premiere, Monsuno will air in its regular timeslot on Thursdays at 8:30 p.m. (ET) on Nicktoons. Monsuno will also air on Nickelodeon channels around the world, starting Summer 2012.

"We're excited to be the home of Monsuno in the U.S. and around the world," said Keith Dawkins, SVP/General Manager, Nicktoons and TeenNick. "With powerful, action-driven animation, dynamic characters and a deeply woven original story mythology, this series has strong boy appeal."

Millions of years ago, Monsuno, a living DNA, hitched a ride to Earth in a concentrated asteroid pocket. When it landed on Earth, the impact drove the dinosaurs into extinction. The Monsuno DNA lay dormant until a scientist named Jeredy Suno activated it, sending a rippling wave of movement back into action. By doing so, Jeredy may have reignited the end of the world but he also created its salvation, the Monsuno monsters. Now, it's up to his son Chase to learn the secrets of Monsuno and help save the world from impending destruction.

In the series debut episode, "Clash" (premiering Feb. 23 at 8:00 p.m.), Chase and his two best friends learn that Jeredy is missing. Jon Ace and S.T.O.R.M. (Strategic Tactical Operatives for Recovery of Monsuno) join Chase at the lab, but it is soon revealed that they are after the fully-loaded Core that Jeredy left behind for his son. Then, in "Courage" (premiering Feb. 23 at 8:30 p.m.), Chase discovers that his father had created a Monsuno called Quickforce, who is being held captive and experimented on by S.T.O.R.M. Chase leads a brave infiltration of the S.T.O.R.M. facility in order to save Quickforce.

In 2011, Nicktoons had its highest-rated and most-watched year in history with boys 6-11 (+2% in delivery) and kids 6-11 (+3%), posting gains of +5% with boys 9-14 and +8% with tweens.

The Monsuno series is being co-produced by Pacific Animation Partners LLC, a joint venture between JAKKS Pacific, Inc. & Dentsu Entertainment USA, Inc., with FremantleMedia Enterprises and The Topps Company, Inc. FME will be responsible for the exclusive worldwide distribution of Monsuno TV programming, except in Asia, and will act as the Master Licensing agent for the Monsuno brand outside of Asia. JAKKS Pacific is the creator of the underlying Monsuno property and master toymaker for the Monsuno toy line. The Topps Company has signed on to produce Monsuno trading card games, confectioneries and related products.

About Nicktoons

Nicktoons is the fastest growing kids' network and offers programming such as Dragon Ball Z Kai, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, Voltron Force, NFL's Rush Zone: Guardians of the Core, Power Rangers Samurai, and Speed Racer: The Next Generation, as well as a roster of hits that have defined kids' and animation lovers' TV, including Avatar: The Last Airbender, Invader Zim, Danny Phantom, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Fairly OddParents and The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius. Nicktoons currently reaches almost 58 million homes via cable, digital cable and satellite, and can be seen on Cablevision, Charter Communications, Comcast Cable, Cox Communications, DirecTV, DISH Network and Time Warner Cable. Nicktoons and all related titles and logos are property of Viacom, Inc.
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Wasn't Fred: The Movie a big flop anyways?
If you call 7.6 million viewers a flop.
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If you call 7.6 million viewers a flop.
With ratings and all unless trolls attacked the page on imdb.
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The first season of The Troop and the second season of True Jackson, VP are now on Netflix.
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Looks like new episodes of Victorious is over already and now we're on another break. This show and iCarly stay on break.
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