Nickelodeon and Nicktoons July Premiere Recap

This July, Nickelodeon and Nicktoons are serving up a load of premieres. From new Fairly OddParents and Every Witch Way most weekdays to burn-off episodes of Fanboy & Chum Chum and T.U.F.F. Puppy.

First up, Nick’s giving viewers 16 half-hour premieres of The Fairly OddParents every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday in July at 3pm starting July 7 (all times ET/PT for Nickelodeon). No premieres on Thursdays due to Nick’s Throwback Thursday marathons starting at 2pm. This is leading up to the premiere of the new live-action TV movie A Fairly Odd Summer on Saturday, August 2 at 8pm (via Nick.com).

Also returning for another month of premieres is Every Witch Way. New episodes will air most weeknights at 7:30pm starting July 7. 20 episodes aired in a similar way this past January.

Recent returnee The Legend of Korra is doubling up on premieres each Friday from 8-9pm starting July 11.

Sam & Cat will air its final two episodes this month, first on Saturday, July 12 at 8pm and the second on Thursday, July 17 at 7:30pm right before Kids’ Choice Sports. The series wrapped production on its intended 40-episode season early in April due to problems on set with the actors. Four episodes went unproduced.

Animated comedy Sanjay and Craig returns with new episodes Saturday mornings at 10:30am starting July 12. The final season one episode will air that day followed by season two’s premiere the next week.

Following Kids’ Choice Sports on Thursday, July 17 is a half-hour special taking viewers behind the scenes of the upcoming live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.

Lastly, a special hour-long preview of Dan Schneider’s Henry Danger series is scheduled for Saturday, July 26 at 8pm.

On the Nicktoons front are three burn-off premieres for former Nicktoons. Each will air Saturdays at 3pm (ET), following a two-hour marathon of other episodes of each series. On July 12 is the final unaired episode of Fanboy & Chum Chum (“Brain Freeze”). July 19 has one of the three remaining Robot and Monster episodes (“Monster Hit”). Lastly on July 26 is the intended finale of T.U.F.F Puppy (“TUFF Break Up”) but seven episodes will remain to be seen.

As always: Schedules are subject to change!

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