Sunday, October 14, 2018

The Cast of 'Cousins for Life' Say Thank-You to the Production Crew of their New Nickelodeon Show

The cast of Nickelodeon's upcoming brand-new live-action buddy comedy series Cousins For Life are super thoughtful! To say a huge thank-you to all the talented people behind-the-scenes of their all-new show, the stars of Cousins For Life arranged for a coffee truck to visit The Burbank Studios, where Cousins For Life is being produced to treat production and crew who are busy behind-the-scenes putting their show together as a special treat! Check out the awesome the photos, which also reveal the official Cousins For Life logo, below!

Brand Licensing Europe’s Anna Knight and Nickelodeon's Mark Kingston Get Slimed at BLE 2018

What better way to mark 20 years of the show, then taking a turn in the Nickelodeon Slime Booth?

It’s certainly one way to mark a milestone anniversary, and all eyes were on Brand Licensing Europe’s brand director, Anna Knight, when she took her turn in the Nickelodeon Slime booth at the licensing show in London on Wednesday 10th October 2018!

Promoting the industry charity The Light Fund, Anna bravely stepped under the Slime machine on the Nickelodeon stand, watched by her UBM colleagues, press and curious show attendees.

Mark Kingston, Senior Vice President (SVP), International, Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products then took his turn under the machine.

Speaking of the Slime experience afterwards, Anna told The Source: “Best time at BLE ever!”

You can check out the videos of Anna and Mark being Slimed - widely regarded as Nickelodeon's highest honour - below, along with a round-up of all the exciting Nickelodeon News announcing at BLE 2018!:

Nickelodeon at BLE 2018 News Round-Up

-- Pam Kaufman Says Licensing 'Best Industry in the World' | BLE 2018!

-- Nickelodeon Signs Sustainable Clothing Licensing Deal with Trashcode | BLE 2018!

-- Nickelodeon Enters Pan-European, Multi-Year Licensing Agreement with SAMBRO!

-- Viacom Nickelodeon Consumer Products Renews Partnership with CPLG | BLE 2018!

-- Marianne James Talks Nickelodeon's Plans for BLE 2018 and the Year Ahead [Updated]!

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British Chancellor of the Exchequer Hails 'Peppa Pig' as Screen Industry Boosts UK Economy by £7.9bn

The British Chancellor of the Exchequer has hailed the economic power of Nick Jr. UK's Peppa Pig in response to a report that shows tax relief for the UK’s screen industry has boosted the economy by billions, reports PA Money News!

The animated preschool programme, along with productions such as blockbuster film Dunkirk and television series Game Of Thrones, has been cited by Philip Hammond as key to £2 billion in additional tax revenues generated by more than £600 million in Government-backed tax relief in 2016.

Film production tax relief has proved controversial in the past as it has been used by some wealthy people to legally reduce their tax bills. Some of the films have also flopped.

Total contribution to UK economy from screen industry tax reliefs (PA)

The new report, commissioned by the British Film Institute (BFI), shows that spending in the industry has doubled from £850.9 million in 2007 when the industry tax relief started, to a new record of £1.72 billion nine years later.

Tax breaks across content-creating industries in the UK – including film, high-end TV, special effects, video game production and animation – has also sparked a rapid rise in spending, according to the report.

Thousands of hours of work and billions in tax revenue have been recorded across screen industries, with film providing the biggest economic benefits.

Children’s television, which was added to the tax relief scheme three years ago, is yet to catch up with the rate of growth seen in other areas of the industry, and accounts for the smallest return on investment.

Mr Hammond said: “From TV shows like The Crown, to films like Darkest Hour, and animations like Peppa Pig, our creative industries are intrinsic to the rich cultural fabric of the UK.

“But they’re also an important part of a dynamic and diversified economy, and a key component of our great, global trading nation. That is why this government is committed to supporting our highly skilled and innovative creative industries through creative sector tax reliefs.

Direct spending on production (PA)

“I am confident that the creative industries will continue to grow, provide strong employment and be the face of British culture to the world in future years.”

The report, produced by analysts Olsberg SPI with Nordicity, examined film industry data from 2016.

Across the screen industry in that year, production reached a record total of £3.16 billion due to support from screen sector tax reliefs.

It is estimated that work hours produced by the boost in 2016 was the equivalent of creating 137,000 full-time jobs.

Programmes such as period dramas Poldark and Downton Abbey are credited in the report with driving £266 million from tourism in 2016.

British films with a “strong UK story”, such as the Harry Potter franchise and Kingsman, were cited as providing a £628 million boost from tourism.

Film claimed £343 million in tax relief for a record-breaking spend of £1.72 billion, and generated £619.7 million in direct tax revenues.

However, the report calculates the gross value added – the total contribution to the economy – which is estimated to be just over £5 billion, producing total tax revenues of £1.28 billion for UK film production.

When the gross value added is taken into account, the total economic boost provided by screen industries is estimated at £7.9 billion in 2016 – the highest on record.

Direct spending on production in 2016 (PA)

When the gross value added is taken into account, the total economic boost provided by screen industries is estimated at £7.9 billion – the highest on record.

Video game production in the UK produced £106.3 million in direct tax revenues from relief of £78.0 million in 2016. Its overall economic impact was £525 million, with around £156 million in tax revenues.

High-end television – including fantasy series Game Of Thrones and royal period drama The Crown – claimed £179.4 million of tax relief to generate £1.72 billion in 2016, yielding £466.1 million in tax revenues.

The tax relief scheme was introduced for high-end TV productions in 2013.

TV animation productions, such as the globally popular Peppa Pig and Bob The Builder, claimed £19.4 million in tax relief to drive a £355 million gross boost to the economy, the report claims. TV animation productions, such as the globally popular Peppa Pig and Bob The Builder, claimed £19.4 million in tax relief to drive a £355 million gross boost to the economy, the report claims. This produced £107 million in tax.

Lagging behind other sectors in the industry, children’s television only began receiving tax relief in 2015. From £12.2 million claimed, the sector managed to generate £30 million in tax, from an estimated £78 million put into the economy.

Amanda Nevill, CEO of BFI, said: “This new report endorses the huge part the government’s tax incentives play in our success story, creating a fiscal environment that’s boosting the economy, creating jobs and supporting our outstanding talent and infrastructure.”

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'El Tigre' Co-Creator Jorge R. Gutiérrez on the Power Being Autistic Brings to his Creativity

The director of animated shows for Nickelodeon and Netflix and the movie The Book of Life discusses being autistic, mixing Mexican culture with sci-fi and kung fu, and how he stays positive in the face of cancelled projects.

Photos of Jorge at THU by Miguel Oliveira.

“Autism is my super-power.”

This is the most striking thing Jorge R. Gutiérrez says to Digital Arts' Neil Bennett as their sitting in a small chamber in the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, Malta – a grandiose 15th-Century building originally built as an infirmary for soldiers.

It’s the new home of the boutique digital art, animation and VFX conference/festival Trojan Horse Was a Unicorn (THU to attendees). This intimate 'digital rave' combines workshops from intense life-drawing by Nadezda to VR painting with now-Facebook-employee Goro Fujita with talks from fantasy art heroes like Cynthia Sheppard to game studios like The Last of Us developer Naughty Dog.

Jorge kicked off the talks on the first day proper of THU, detailing not only his career as an artist, animator and director on a succession of shows including the Emmy-winning El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera for Nickelodeon – with its highest point so far being his Golden Globe-nominated feature film The Book of Life. All of these draw on the visual motifs of his native Mexico, where he lived until going to CalArts too study experimental animation under legendary Disney animator Jules Engel.

Jorge is an incredibly open and engaging speaker, telling attendees a series of funny and affecting tales about the moments of failure from his career and personal life that lead to his proudest successes.

This story arc recurs through how in his youth, he convinced Jules to let him into CalArts – and convinced acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro to be a producer on his feature film. For Jules he had prepared a derivative portfolio of the type of characters he thought Americans were looking for. The great animator’s response was characteristically blunt.

"Why do you poop in my eyes,” he said, before saying the worst thing a young creative can hear.

"You are not an artist. A copy machine could make this.”

Crushed, Jorge ended up leaving his office without his other portfolio, as featuring his personal work that was entirely based in Mexican culture. Jules happened to open this and called Jorge back to both berate him for not showing this portfolio to begin with – and invited him onto the course. While studying, Jorge created the CG animated short Carmelo, which won the 2001 student Emmy award for animation – prompting Jules to praise him with the words, "Maybe you’re not an idiot.”

A similarly nightmarish interview almost ended his chance at getting The Book of Life (below) made. He had managed to get in front of Guillermo del Toro to pitch the film but had to contend with doing in outside in the LA sun, so he was sweating profusely and had to do the pitch in less than a third of time he’d practised to. While almost being drowned out by the booming sounds of leaf blowers from the house next door. Using a script of the film he’d managed to spill tequila all over.

Luckily, the Pan's Labyrinth/Hellboy director was already aware of Jorge’s talents and backed the project.

Jorge has a thousand of these stories, and an infectious exuberance that brings you into their highs and lows, but there was one thing he mentioned that didn't have a story to go alongside it - that he's autistic and that he's found this beneficial to being an artist and director. Like Bennett, he also has a nine-year-old son who’s autistic, so when they sat down the following day for an interview, this was something Bennett wanted to explore with him (after first checking that he was happy to discuss this part of his life).

With the high interpersonal skills necessary to direct feature films and TV shows – as well as appear on stage to give his talk – Jorge doesn’t match the preconception that many neurotypical people (as some within the autistic community use to refer to non-autistic people) have of how an autistic person behaves: introverted and made anxious by the disconnection they feel from most of the rest of the world.

For that reason, Jorge wasn’t diagnosed as autistic until he was nearly 40 - it was only when his son was diagnosed that a connection was made.

“My parents said, ‘well that's weird. If he has autism, I think you have autism too’.

“I asked them why and they said ‘everything your kid does is what you did. You didn't talk until you were five; all you did was draw very specific things.”

Lost in creation

Hyperfocusing – getting caught up in a task to the exclusion of nearly everything else - is a common trait in autistic people. Jorge has found the ability to hyper-focus to be advantageous when working the long hours and to the tight deadlines required by animation production.

"If I'm told [that] we have to get this done by tomorrow, I can [hyperfocus] and just work and draw for hours without even getting up,", he says, "to the point that my wife gets worried, saying 'you should go to the bathroom'."

"So to me, autism has been a very positive thing. My wife says I've managed to take it and put it to work for me ... You have to figure out how to harness its power. "

Jorge says he isn't alone in finding that the animation industry suits - and benefits from - his form of autism.

"Honestly, maybe 60% of the directors in animation are on the spectrum," he says. "Most are just not public about it. I would say half my crew on The Book of Life and El Tigre [below] are people on the spectrum that either weren't diagnosed, or they just didn't know."

Another ability that Jorge has that he sees as one of the positives of being autistic is his exact and complete memory when it comes to his own creative projects, and those of others.

"I remember movies completely," he says. "I can tell every shot, every actor, every writer. The same [is true] with music. When I'm writing a script for anything, I'm basically digitising the whole thing."

Not everything about being autistic has been positive for Jorge, of course. He has the same difficulties with social situations as many autistic people. While he's an accomplished speaker both on stage to a thousand people at THU - where he received a rapturous response - and to teams of animators and production crew, he freely admits he hates it. After his talk, he took a long nap due to feeling overwhelmed

He's modest about his speaking skills, but from the way he explains it, he knows that to make the shows and films he wants, this is something he has to constantly work on.

"As a film director, you talk to big crowds of people all the time," he says. "In the beginning, it was very scary and I would have to convince myself that I have to do this stuff I don't want to do in order to get the stuff I want. And so I made it into a game and I trained myself socially.

"Meeting new people is also something that again is a little challenging for me, but I make it happen. I want to get better at it."

Getting 'super-macho'

This drive to succeed is something that Jorge got from his parents and especially his grandfather, from whom he acquired a mindset that Jorge calls being 'super-macho' - not the usual macho rubbish but a willingness to fight for what you want and take the difficult path if that's how you get what you want.

"If you suffer, you earn the things that are most delicious," he had said in his talk earlier, also remarking that "any success comes from taking chances."

This outlook is necessary in the world of film and TV animation, where - with the exception of completed feature films - every project ends in failure. Every TV show is cancelled in the end - if it ever makes it to the screen in the first place. Jorge is currently working on projects with Netflix that he can't discuss, though he does mention that he might do a show with them called Kung-Fu Space Punch [title card below] that combines his love of Mexican culture, kung fu movies, westerns and sci-fi. But even with Netflix's famously 'let's try it' policy, shows that don't find an audience don't continue to get made.

Kung Fu Space Punch brings in elements from a wide range of sources, but is still rooted in the culture of his native Mexico. For him, it's not only because he has such an affinity to his familial culture, but because he wants to improve the representation of Latino people in animated movies and TV.

"I'll tell you a story that happened to me when I saw Star Wars as a little kid," he says by way of explanation. "I'd been excited to see this movie, but on the way home I was super sad.

"He said 'Did you not like the movie?'. I said that I loved it. It was my favourite thing I've ever seen. So he asked me why I was sad.

"I told him, 'did we not make it Papa? No one looks like us in the future'.

"His reply, "Chewbacca is Mexican'," Jorge laughs.

But from here, he really began to notice the lack of representation of people like him in movies - and when there were Mexicans on screen, it was in negative roles.

"I looked at sci-fi movies and there were no brown people," he says. "In Westerns, usually the Mexicans were the bad guys. So now I want to retell my version of that."

Even though diversity has improved in mainstream genre cinema - both in terms of the number of non-white, non-male, non-straight roles that are on screen but also where on the spectrum of good to evil they sit - there's still a lack of Latino people.

"We live in a post Wonder Woman/Black Panther world," he notes. "But when I walked out of Black Panther, I said 'Why is there no Brown Panther'? There are no Latino Marvel superheroes. I'm bummed by this. I think we need new heroes."

So Jorge wants to create those heroes. In space. With kung fu. And the results will be, in the words of his grandfather, "Super Macho".

Hear more from Jorge in Nickelodeon Animation's "Meet the Creators" interview with the creator and director:

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MTS Russia Adds Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. to DTH Line-Up; Jadoo Adds Nickelodeon India's Nick HD+ [Updated]

Originally published: Tuesday, August 21, 2018

MTS, the leading Russian telecommunications operator and digital service provider, has added five Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) channels to its DTH (direct to home) offer!

With the channels – Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Paramount Comedy, MTV and Spike TV HD – MTS's basic package now consists of 192 channels, while the subscription fee remains unchanged.

MTS (also known as Мобильные ТелеСистемы / MTC) says that to view the TV channels customers need to have reception equipment supporting the video compression format HEVC/H.265. This allows the service to offer more HD and Ultra HD channels to its customers.

The Viacom International Media Networks channels were added to the service on Thursday 16th August 2018.

Update - Official Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) Россия press release:

Nick Jr. UK to Bring Six Brand-New 'PAW Patrol' Episodes to the Big Screen in October 2018

Nick Jr. UK and Ireland has partnered with Vue Entertainment and SHOWCASE Cinemas to bring six brand-new and exclusive PAW Patrol adventures to cinemas this October!

The PAW Patrol: Big Screen Takeover invites fans to come and see Ryder and the team in fantastic picture and sound quality as they star in six never-before-seen episodes, including "Pups Save the Kitty Rescue Crew", "Pups Save Heady Humdinger" and "Rocky Rescues Himself" on the big screen before they land on the small screen!

The PAW Patrol: Big Screen Takeover event will take place daily at Vue Entertainment and SHOWCASE Cinemas across the UK and Ireland between Friday 19th and Sunday 28th October 2018, with each screening running 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Ian Harris, general manager at Vue Manchester Printworks, told the Manchester Evening News: "It’s always a special treat when we can bring Paw Patrol adventures to the big screen, but this time it’s extra special as fans will be able to see these episodes here, at Vue, before anywhere else.

"On our big screens, the characters will have never looked better and we’re sure the screenings will be very popular.’

The partnership follows the success of last year’s PAW Patrol Mission PAW screenings and their Easter activity Nick Jr. Big Screen Heroes, and Air Adventures activity this summer. This is the fourth time that Nick Jr. UK & Ireland and Vue Entertainment will screen exclusive preschool content in cinemas across the UK.

The all-new episodes of PAW Patrol that will feature at the PAW Patrol: Big Screen Takeover will be:

Pups Save the Kitty Rescue Crew
Mayor Humdinger makes fake emergencies for his kitties to save so they appear better than the PAW Patrol

Pups Save the Hum-Mover
Mayor Humdinger pretends to break his toe in order to win a race, so the pups build him a mobility device

Pups Save a Cat Burglar It's Pie Swap Day!
Mayor Humdinger sends Rocky Kitty to take one of Mr. Porter's tasty pies, so he can join the contest

Pups Save an Underground Chicken
The statue of Chickaletta has been stolen by Mayor Humdinger and is making its way through Adventure Bay’s underground tunnel system

Pups Save Heady Humdinger
Mayor Humdinger has been carving his face into the cliffs of Adventure Bay!

Rocky Rescues Himself
Rocky must rescue himself when he has been stranded on an Island full of trash by Mayor Humdinger

Tickets and further information can be found at and

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DJ Cluck & MC Mole | Full Short by Matt Morgan | Nickelodeon Animated Shorts

When hunger strikes, DJ Cluck and MC Mole are inspired to come up with a food-themed smash hit of a song in DJ Cluck & MC Mole, another one of Nickelodeon's pawesome Animated Shorts, created by Matt Morgan (Murder in Successville)!

DJ Cluck & MC Mole was produced by A Productions for the Nick Jr. International Animated Shorts Program 2014-15, and features the voices of: Ako Mitchell as DJ Cluck; Adam Gillen (Benidorm, This Is Jinsy) as MC Mole; and Arisha Choudhury (Peppa Pig, Mr. Bean: The Animated Series, Miffy's Adventures Big and Small) as Bonnie.

Full Credits:

Created & Directed by Matt Morgan

Producer - Katherine McQueen
Executive Producer - Mark Taylor

Written by Sam Morrison

CG Modelling & Animation - Tim Steer
Animation - Rob Brown, Andy Fossey, Charlie Miller & Kirsten Kelly
Compositor - Paul Hill
Background Artwork - Rebecca Hahner
Assistant Design - Liz Murphy
Production Coordinator - Siobhan Parkhouse

Music - Stewart Barnes

Voice cast:
DJ Cluck - Ako Mitchell
MC Mole - Adam Gillen
Bonnie - Arisha Choudhury

Post-Production - Films @ 59 & Guilt Free Post

Production Coordinator for Nickelodeon - Matt Kilroy
Executive in Charge of Production for Nickelodeon - Alexi Wheeler

Special Thanks to Nina Hahn, Jules Borkent & Tina McCann

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How to Make ‘Trick or Treat Taste Test’ Inspired Krispy Mummies 🎃 Halloween Snackdown Ep. 2 | Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon is putting the horror in your Halloween snacks and the trick in your treats! 🍬 Learn how to make your own spooky krispy mummies with Alyssa and Xavier in this episode of Halloween Snackdown! Make this delicious Halloween treat and try out your own fun taste test tricks with your friends! Watch more Trick or Treat Taste Tests and your favorite shows now on Nickelodeon!

❗THIS WEEK'S POLL❗Who would you rather go in a haunted house with from Henry Danger: CHARLOTTE or HENRY? 🎃👻 Comment on YouTube and come back next week to see which answer had the most votes!

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Candy Corn Halloween Taste Test ft. Jace Norman & Cooper Barnes | #NickStarsIRL | Nickelodeon

Halloween is in full effect, so Nick are celebrating with an awesome Halloween-themed taste test! Candy corn is one of Halloween’s most classic treats, but what happens when Nickelodeon stars try strange and crazy candy corn flavors? Will Jace Norman and Cooper Barnes be up for the challenge? Find out in this wacky candy corn taste test! Catch more Henry Danger on Nick! 🍬


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Find Me In Paris | Royalty | Nickelodeon UK

Lena's classmates become increasingly interested in her royal heritage, and she struggles to stay silent around them.

Catch brand-new episodes of Find Me in Paris weekdays at 6:30pm, only on Nickelodeon UK & Ireland!

Visit for lots more Find Me in Paris info, videos, quizzes and games, including Volcano Skydive on Infinity Islands!

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PAW Patrol Top 5 Dance Moves 🎶 Best of PAW Patrol | Music Countdown Video | Nick Jr.

Everyone in Adventure Bay loves to boogie! 🎶 So Nick Jr. are counting down the best moves—from Rubble’s “scratch,” to Marshall’s “chicken flap”! Watch as all your favorite characters from PAW Patrol, move and groove. Who will take the number one spot on the countdown? Chickaletta’s doing the polka dance; Chase is cha-chaing; and there’s even circus hippos doing the conga. There are dance moves galore, so grab your preschooler and get down on the dance floor!

Want more? Pup pup boogie over to the FREE Nick Jr. App to find full episodes of PAW Patrol!

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Preschoolers can watch full episodes online, play games, and discover silly surprises in the free Nick Jr. App and at Stream Nick Jr. for free in the Nick Jr. App on Roku and Apple TV or download full episodes for offline viewing on iTunes or Google Play.

You can also download premium apps featuring your child's favorite Nick Jr. shows on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon, including Nick Jr. Draw and Play and Nick Jr. Let’s Learn!

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Noobees | Live Stream 15 en Mixer: ¡con Kevin Bury! | Nickelodeon Latinoamérica

¡Así fue el LIVE en Mixer, con Cami Pabón y Kevin Bury! Recuerda que podrás seguir viendo los STREAMING (¡como este!) cada viernes 9PM MX/COL - 11PM ARG en


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TeenNick Italy to Premiere 'I Am Frankie' Season 2 on Monday 15th October 2018 [Updated]

I Am Franky 2 | In fuga | TeenNick Italia

La seconda stagione di I Am Franky arriva dal 15 ottobre su TeenNick (SKY 620).

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La seconda stagione di I Am Franky arriva dal 15 ottobre su TeenNick (SKY 620).

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Originally published: Monday, October 01, 2018.
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Blaze and the Monster Machines | 'Robot Power' Music Video 💪 | Nick Jr. Global

“We have the strength of a robot!” AJ and Blaze team up to save innocent people from the destructive robots. Together they make an awesome team and nothing can get in their way!