Nicktoons and TeenNick are making a few changes to their line-ups starting this weekend. Rocket Power is added to TeenNick’s ’90s block and after being back just a little over a month, Danny Phantom is gone from Nicktoons as is T.U.F.F. Puppy. Kenan & Kel and All That also exit TeenNick.
Starting tomorrow, Nicktoons is making several significant changes to their line-up.
TeenNick Schedule Changes: “How to Rock” Returns; More “iCarly” & “Zoey”; “Wendell” & “Sabrina” Gone
Starting next Monday, December 2, TeenNick will make some scheduling changes. Those include more Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly, Big Time Rush and VICTORiOUS, less Ned’s Declassified and no Wendell & Vinnie, Instant Mom or Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
TeenNick is celebrating Thanksgiving November 25 – December 1 with a special event called ThanksGIFFing week, in which hour long specials and movies will air.
Starting Monday, TeenNick is adjusting their schedule some. What I Like About You returns to the weeknight line-up and two hours of The ‘90s Are All That are removed. Weekends also saw an updated last week.
After Nickelodeon aired the Drake & Josh TV movie “Go Hollywood” last Saturday, September 8 and it scored 2.601 million viewers (of which 1.123 million were kids age 2-11, making it the #4 program on all of TV in that demo for the week), it’s no surprise they want to air more now.
Starting next Monday, May 21st, TeenNick will be altering their weekday line-up, shifting some series around and adding How to Rock and Bucket & Skinner to weekdays.
Next Monday-Friday from 5-6pm ET, Nicktoons gets views ready for the iCarly/VICTORiOUS crossover event iParty With Victorious with party-themed episodes of Nicktoons’ series.
Starting Monday, May 9, TeenNick will be changing their regular line-up by adding Buffy the Vampire Slayer and VICTORiOUS and bringing back Saved by the Bell.
TVGuide.com is showing that two live-action sitcoms will be joining Nicktoons’ TV schedule starting Monday, March 7. Drake & Josh and Ned’s Declassified will air every morning with double episodes from 7-9am ET, following an hour of The Troop at 6am.
Happy Thanksgiving from Nick and More! Here’s a run-down of what’s on TV today for the networks that we cover.
Nickelodeon is stuffed with premieres this Thanksgiving, with new episodes of the network’s hottest live-action and animated shows. Beginning Monday, Nov. 20, through Sunday, Nov. 28, Thanksgiving Weekend features the premiere of Victorious’ “Freak the Freak Out,” five back-to-back premieres of the network’s hottest Nicktoons and the premiere of “7 Secrets with Victoria Justice” behind-the-scenes special. On Thanksgiving Day, Nickelodeon offers a first-look at the new series Power Rangers Samurai during a day-long marathon of movies.
Viewers can check off their wish lists as Corus Entertainment’s kids networks deliver a sleigh full of new specials and timeless holiday classics this December, including YTV premieres of Dreamworks Animation SKG, Inc.’s (Nasdaq: DWA) Kung Fu Panda Holiday, Merry Madagascar and the original production, YTV’s Holly Jolly Special. Fans won’t want to miss holiday-themed episodes from Nickelodeon favourites during the channel’s free preview beginning Wednesday, December 15. Treehouse offers a schedule full of holiday-themed preschool favourites from OLIVIA, Max & Ruby and Curious George.
Must-see series, specials and movies are coming to Corus Entertainment’s kids networks this November with the YTV premieres of the new CGI animated series Babar and the Adventures of Badou, Season 2 of How to be Indie starring the Gemini nominated lead Melinda Shankar, and the blockbuster hit Kung Fu Panda starring Jack Black.
Leading kids’ broadcaster Corus Entertainment announced today details from its fall 2010 programming line ups for YTV, Nickelodeon (Canada) and Treehouse. Committed to providing viewers with quality content from preschool shows that parents trust, to entertaining live-action comedies and reality programming for kids and their families, to nighttime drama for teens, audiences at home can expect non-stop hits this fall.