This October, ghosts and mortals unite as Nickelodeon treats viewers to all-new Halloween-themed episodes from its live-action, animation and preschool hit series.
Nickelodeon released the trailer for the final book of The Legend of Korra on Friday.
Starting Monday, September 29, Nicktoons is making significant changes to their line-up.
After three nights of horrible ratings, Nick at Nite has already moved to reduce the amount of How I Met Your Mother this week.
Forging programming relationships with the NFL, MLS and NASCAR, Nickelodeon is celebrating kids’ love for the action and excitement of the game with the launch of NickSports--a brand-new primetime programming block debuting Wednesday, Sept. 3, on Nicktoons.
The ill-fated rollout of The Legend of Korra’s third book has finally passed, with all 13 episodes released online at Nick.com. However, five of the episodes went unaired on television. That will be resolved when Book 3 “Change” comes to Nicktoons this month.
As has been the case for a while now, the kids cable networks aren’t making many big changes and are playing things pretty safe season-to-season. In days of yore, said networks would usually change things up for the summer months and then shake their schedules up again for the fall. Not so much any more.
Nicktoons will launch a new weekly two-hour block called “NickSports” starting Wednesday, September 3. The block will feature sports highlights along with sports-themed shows and movies.
Alien Dawn premiered on Nicktoons last February and aired for three months with only 15 of the show’s 26 episodes airing. After leaving the network in April 2013, both in premieres and repeats, the show hasn’t aired anywhere since.
Now, TeenNick is airing the whole series – all 26 episodes – this weekend as part of their “Best Summer Ever” programming event. This will be the first time the series has aired on the network.
The marathon will air Saturday and Sunday from noon-6:30pm (ET) each day. The 11 premiere episodes will run back-to-back starting Sunday at 1pm.
Disappointingly, TeenNick is not available in high definition (like Nicktoons is), so Alien Dawn will only be seen in letterbox. Maybe Nicktoons will eventually get around to showing them? It’d work well in the early mornings beside Supah Ninjas.
Following is a list of episode titles and descriptions for the series:
|16-year-old Cameron Turner has been struggling to cope with the mysterious disappearance of his father, astronaut hero and comic book artist Brady Turner. All seems lost when police call off the investigation. However, when Cameron discovers his father’s hidden unfinished graphic novel, he realizes his father knew some dangerous information, and it’s up to Cameron to find him.|
|103||The School Has Eyes|
|When Cameron and Lucy run into some disciplinary trouble at school, they decide to hack into the school database to make their records spotless. Breaking into the database, they find the school is hiding some secrets of its own.|
|104||Beware of Falling Rocks|
|Cameron and Boris are suspicious of Lucy’s mysterious past. Their suspicions grow when they learn Lucy is ditching them to attend an exclusive meeting at Condon Aerospace.|
|Cameron wants to enter a skateboarding competition but is grounded. When Ruby makes him clean his father’s studio, Cameron discovers a way to sneak out to the Crater skate park after all.|
|106||The Secret Society|
|Concerned about Cameron’s behavior, the school sends him to a shrink. When Boris goes in Cameron’s place, he reveals a little too much information, and they realize this is no ordinary psychiatrist.|
|Rock and Roll suggest to Cameron that Brady may be at Olivine House, a mental institution run by Black Dawn. Cameron and Boris sneak in, only to find they may be more familiar with Olivine House than they first realized.|
|Cameron, Boris and Lucy hear of a secret underground rave and decide to go. Strangely enough, Cameron’s crush Stella is there, and she’s got a big surprise for him and his friends.|
|109||The Pied Piper|
|After Shane goes missing, Cameron, Boris and Lucy are suspects. Once they’re released, they see news reports of a recent kidnapper known as “The Pied Piper”–he’s the same creepy tall man who’s been watching Cameron!|
|Thanks to Boris’s carelessness, Rock and Roll find footage of an alien and post it on the Internet. When Condon Aerospace finds out and captures the two conspiracy theorists, it’s up to Cameron, Boris and Lucy to free their friends.|
|After Cameron and Boris accuse her father of working with aliens, Lucy becomes suspicious and decides to investigate the strange school her father sent her to for two years.|
|112||Memories of a Hero|
|On the anniversary of the Tunguska Mission, a supposedly “deceased” astronauts makes a shocking return and tries to help Cameron find his father.|
|Cameron and Boris follow clues in the graphic novel to figure out where the Olivine compound is. After a news leak, aliens believe Hugh Condon has the Olivine compound and they confront him.|
|Black Dawn captures Cameron, Boris and Lucy and accuse them of working for the aliens. Cameron and Boris discover some shocking evidence about Lucy.|
|116||The Good, the Bad and the Tall Man|
|Boris goes on a date with Heather, a girl he met at Crater Comics. However, while investigating the Tall Man, Cameron learns that Heather isn’t who she appears to be.|
|117||The Phoenix Project|
|With Condon Aerospace in ruins, Lucy finds herself shut out of the company. Desperate, Cameron and Boris help her investigate a secret warehouse where her father kept his most confidential projects–including possibly the Olivine compound.|
|118||Dawn of Time|
|With the aliens closing in, Hugh Condon tries to prevent their attack by traveling back in time using the Phoenix device. Cameron, Boris and Lucy disobey him and use the machine themselves, allowing them to witness the Tunguska mission.|
|After Ruby catches Cameron levitating objects in his room, Boris encourages Cameron to explore his developing superpowers. Cameron is reluctant but soon learns it’s his responsibility to learn how to control his superhuman abilities.|
|120||Eternal Sunshine of Boris’ Mind|
|When an embarrassing incident puts Boris’s student council president campaign in jeopardy, he goes to desperate measures to restore his public image. Cameron learns that a powerful villain has been working undercover at Armstrong High.|
|Cameron, Boris and Lucy are shocked when Keaton and Taryn are introduced as new students at the school. Even worse, they’re planning a big Spring Slumber, and it’s up to Cameron to figure out what evil plan’s up their sleeve before it’s too late.|
|122||The Comic Convention|
|Boris accidentally loses the Mission Dawn graphic novel at a comic convention. As he and Cameron race to get it back, they discover it’s not just obsessive nerds who want the comic, but a far more intimidating foe.|
|Pierce rebels after learning he’s a robot. Cameron, Boris and Lucy try to calm him down before he causes any further destruction to the city–or them!|
|Lucy learns that she has inherited Condon Aerospace. However, when she tries to assume power she finds a member of the board wants to keep her away from Condon Aerospace affairs.|
|Cameron learns what happened to his father right before he disappeared. Lucy discovers a shocking secret about the Olivine compound. The aliens return from the past with the knowledge they need to find the Olivine.|
Alien Dawn is a science-fiction series filmed in fantasy/reality style, combining live-action and animation that follows the adventures of 16-year-old Cameron Turner as he races to uncover clues of a mysterious conspiracy hidden in the animated pages of a comic book series created by his missing father.
The series stars Aaron Sauter as Cameron Turner, Kenny Sosnowski as Boris Walleskya, Christina Caradona as Lucy Condon and Nick Wincenc as Pierce Rockwell.
Little Battlers eXperience (LBX(TM)) -- original concept created by LEVEL-5, Inc., based on an extremely popular Japanese animated franchise -- will debut in the U.S. on Nicktoons Sunday, August 24, at 10:00 a.m. ET.