Nickelodeon closed the fourth week of November (11/17/14-11/23/14) as the top basic cable network in total day with Kids 2-11 (2.2/670K) and total viewers (1.3M), scoring its sixth consecutive weekly win.
Nickelodeon’s enlisting Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn fans and the ultimate “dream girl,” Sherly Lee Ralph (Insant Mom), to help the Harper Quads make an epic decision.
Nickelodeon marks five straight weeks at the top of basic cable in total day, winning the week (11/10/14-11/16/14) with Kids 2-11 (2.3/704K) and total viewers (1.4M).
Nickelodeon continues to cultivate new talent and deliver the laughs for kids with the greenlight of two new live-action comedic pilots The Dunes Club and Future Shock, and the season two renewal of hits Henry Danger and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn.
Tonight, Nickelodeon will give viewers a first look at its new live-action series Bella and the Bulldogs which follows a head cheerleader whose life takes an unexpected twist when she becomes the starting quarterback of her middle school football team in Texas.
Nickelodeon offers a super-stuffed Thanksgiving week with new episodes of the network’s hit preschool and live-action series; Santa Hunters, an original TV movie; and the Nickelodeon HALO Awards, an hour-long concert special honoring real-life kids and their commitment to service.
Santa’s making his list, checking it twice… and undergoing a secret investigation in Nickelodeon’s brand-new original TV movie Santa Hunters, premiering Friday, Nov. 28, at 7:00p.m. (ET/PT).
The 1990s classic Nickelodeon Sports Theater with Shaquille O'Neal, which featured different hour-long sports-themed stories, will air again for the first time in over a decade - starting tonight on Nicktoons' NickSports block.
After premiering to disappointing numbers back in September, Nick’s Saturday night live-action comedies jumped to series and season high this past weekend (November 1).
As has been the case for over a decade now, Nickelodeon is the only cable network that sits on a large number of unaired episodes – even of top rated (at least at the time each series was on) shows. Why?