Nickelodeon is getting into the Halloween spirit, with a month-long lineup of hauntingly good premieres from its live-action, animation and preschool series.
Nicktoons is making some big schedule changes, with a few series returning to the line-up.
Crashletes returns for a third season starting February 11, when the NickSports block moves from Nicktoons over to TeenNick.
Nicktoons is making some changes to their regular line-up starting Monday. Here’s the rundown and the full line-up.
Due to the blizzard hitting the North Eastern United States tonight and tomorrow, several of the networks we cover have already made schedule changes to their line-ups, in anticipation of millions of kids being out of school (hoping their power stays on).
New episodes of Harvey Beaks are moving to Nicktoons starting Wednesday, March 1 at 9:00pm (ET). The series will air premieres for six weeks (through April 5th).
Nickelodeon and the National Football League (NFL) are bringing kids into the huddle with brand-new content and exclusive coverage of the events leading up to Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas, beginning Wednesday, Feb. 1.
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This April, Nicktoons will start premiering unaired episodes of the recently-not-renewed Breadwinners starting April 18. Also starting April 20, the long delayed animated comedy Get Blake makes its American premiere.
Starting Monday, Nicktoons is adding more live-action (yes, we know) in a series of schedule changes throughout weekdays.
The second season of Max & Shred is scheduled to premiere in Canada on Monday, March 14 at 7:30pm on YTV. New episodes will air weekly at the same time.
Nicktoons will premiere the newest Yu-Gi-Oh! series on February 21.
Nicktoons revs up its NickSports lineup with second seasons of two hit original series, NFL RUSH and NASCAR Hammer Down, premiering Wednesday, Sept. 9, and Sept. 30, respectively.
Nickelodeon spreads the love this Valentine’s Day weekend with new episodes of the network’s hit live-action, preschool and animation series airing across Nickelodeon, Nicktoons and TeenNick.
This Valentine’s Day, Nicktoons will air five hours of love-themed episodes in their “Crushing It Valentine’s Day” marathon.
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.
Nicktoons is stuffing viewers’ stockings this holiday season with the first two seasons of the 2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series.
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.
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 shows (at least during the time each series was on). Why?
WWE (NYSE: WWE) and Nickelodeon today announced that WWE Slam City™, WWE’s kids property that includes an original animated short-form series, will debut tomorrow night during the NickSports programming block from 9–11 p.m. (ET) on Nicktoons.