Cartoon Network, the global kids brand and leading choice for the mobile-first generation of plurals, announced a holistic slate of content for the 2017-18 upfront season that will provide something new to fans every day, across a wide spectrum of platforms.
Nickelodeon–the number-one kids’ network–heads into the new season with a content pipeline for every genre kids love, filled with almost 700 episodes of new and returning series across its platforms in preschool, animation and live action; TV movies and tent-pole events; and real-world experiences that will grow the brand further beyond television.
Nickelodeon announces its 2016-2017 programming slate.
What’s new, what’s returning for another season, what is still left to be aired and what’s not coming back?
Nickelodeon has announced their upcoming plans at their 2015 upfront today in New York City.
Momentum and growth across all screens are driving Cartoon Network into the 2015-16 Upfront. Powered by number one shows and breakout new series, Cartoon was the only top kids network to see ratings growth in 2014.
Adult Swim, basic cable’s #1 network with young adults for almost a decade, announces a slate of new and returning programming in advance of its annual Upfront event in New York City on May 14, which will feature a scheduled performance by Grammy®-winning hip-hop duo Outkast.
Today, Nickelodeon has announced programming plans for the 2014-15 season, including three new live-action series, new animated series, over 100 episodes of new preschool series, the Nick Jr. App launch and the first ever Kids’ Choice Sports awards show.
Resuming its successful strategy launched last year of taking its road-show presentation directly to clients and promotional partners, Cartoon Network enters the Upfront Season by introducing its newest evolution in reaching kids whenever they want and wherever they are with an expanded portfolio of exclusive content designed for specific platforms that kids access today.
The Hub Network today announced a slate of new programming for the 2013-‘14 television season that includes four new series, two Hub Original Family Movies, and nine returning series.