Nickelodeon has more of their TV series complete on DVD than anyone seems to give them credit for.
Unlike last year, where they did nothing, this year TeenNick’s The ‘90s Are All That block has some plans for Halloween.
Steve Viksten, who wrote many episodes of Hey Arnold! including the theatrical movie, passed away Monday, June 23 at age 54.
TeenNick’s The ‘90s Are All That block is finally doing something different! Starting Monday, December 23rd, the block is shifting to a rotating line-up for three weeks.
After spending the last six weeks in various marathon mode (the past five of which have been a single show each week), TeenNick’s The ‘90s Are All That block settles into a new schedule starting next Monday, February 4.
The changes include the United States premiere of Life With Boys (a Canadian sitcom that Nick acquired earlier this year) airing Friday, December 28 at 9 p.m. ET.
Join Stick Stickly beginning Monday, Dec. 26 for “Party Like it’s the ’90s Week” when the original Snick line-up (1995-1996) makes a comeback to the network. Catch classic episodes of The Secret Life of Alex Mack, All That, Ren & Stimpy, Are You Afraid of the Dark and Kenan & Kel. Countdown to the New Year with “Stick Clark” who will host a special New Year’s Eve Party Saturday, Dec. 31. Viewers will be able to vote the week of Dec. 23 via Twitter, Facebook, and www.teennick.com on what Stick will be dipped into at the stroke of midnight.
Two More Classic Nick Hits Join Two-Hour Weeknight Block Beginning Sept. 5
Paramount Home Entertainment, Nickelodeon and Shout! Factory today announced a sub-licensing agreement that will give Shout! Factory rights to distribute DVD and Blu-ray releases of some of Nick's classic animated programs, including The Wild Thornberrys, Hey Arnold, Danny Phantom, Aaaah! Real Monsters, and Rocko's Modern Life in the United States and Canada.
With this past Saturday, Sept. 14, marking the start of the new 2002-03 kids’ season, Nickelodeon won the daypart against all broadcast and basic-cable competition among kids 2-11 and 6-11, increasing its overall kid 2-11 performance by +20% over last year. For Sept. 14, from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. (all times ET/PT), Nick earned a 5.2/21 national rating and share (2.1 million average kid viewers) among kids 2-11, led by the highest-rated kids show on any network, SpongeBob SquarePants.