The Nick Jr. channel has a new weekday line-up starting Monday, January 22. PAW Patrol and Kuu Kuu Harajuku have been removed from weekdays.
Nickelodeon will introduce kids to the wild and amazing world of animals with the brand-new clip-based series Zoofari.
Crashletes returns for a third season starting February 11, when the NickSports block moves from Nicktoons over to TeenNick.
A fun participation experience will connect kids’ interest in their favorite TV series when Disney Channel presents “Andi Mack Live Play,” an evening of interactive television viewing, Monday, Jan. 15.
Nickelodeon announced WWE Superstar John Cena is returning to host the 2018 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards for the second time.
Nickelodeon will premiere a new original TV movie, Blurt (formerly Inside Voice), on Monday, Feb. 19, at 7:00 (ET/PT), starring Jace Norman (Henry Danger, Splitting Adam, Rufus), JoJo Siwa (Lip Sync Battle Shorties) and Daniella Perkins (Knight Squad).
For all of 2017, Disney Channel and Nickelodeon placed all the programs in the year’s top 10 most watched list.
Cartoon Network aired 20 series with new episodes in 2017 and only 3 of them averaged over 1 million total viewers for the year. That places Cartoon behind both Nickelodeon and Disney Channel for 2017 with both the number of series and highest averages.
Disney Channel aired 24 series with new episodes in 2017 and 14 of them averaged over 1 million total viewers for the year. Disney is second to Nickelodeon for 2017 with both the number of series and highest averages.
Nickelodeon aired 34 series with new episodes in 2017 and 21 of them averaged over 1 million total viewers for the year. Nick stands atop all kids networks for 2017 with both the number of series and highest averages.
Starting January 1, Boomerang is bringing back some classic series, including a few Cartoon Network originals.
Henry Hart’s animated exploits as Kid Danger will unfold in Nickelodeon’s newest series, The Adventures of Kid Danger, premiering Friday, Jan. 19, at 6:30 p.m. (ET/PT).
Starting the day after Christmas, Disney Channel will air marathons of recent-classic series. Wizards of Waverly Place, Gravity Falls and The Suite Life on Deck will return to the network for the four day event. Each marathon starts at noon and runs to 10pm (ET/PT) and will include a “best of” episode selection, including each show’s premiere and finale episodes.
Nickelodeon has canceled live-action sitcoms Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and School of Rock.
Nickelodeon has ordered new live-action comedy Star Falls from Breakthrough Entertainment for 20 episodes.