Friday, March 04, 2022

A Familiar 'Face' Could Be Returning to Nickelodeon Very Soon

A familiar face could be returning to Nickelodeon very soon!

According to a recent United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) trademark filing made by Paramount Global (formally ViacomCBS), the parent company of the Nickelodeon brand, Face, the animated host of Nick Jr. who presented Nickelodeon's long-running preschool programming block for 10 years between 1994 and 2004, may be making a comeback very soon!

Paramount has applied to register Face's Music Party with the USPTO under NICE class 41 - Education, entertainment, sporting and cultural services, which is for Goods & Services pertaining to "entertainment services in the nature of continuing program series, featuring live action, comedy and drama provided through cable television, broadcast television, internet, video-on-demand, and through other forms of transmission media; providing online information in the field of entertainment concerning television programs".

To accompany the filing, Paramount provided the USPTO with a image of the project's logo, which seems to confirm that Face will be part of it!

At the moment, not much information is available about Face's Music Party, however, it will feature live-action children, including singer/actor/dancer Innocent Ekakitie, who will showcase his "triple threat" skills on the project.

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Originally published: March 04, 2022.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice to read this. I was the original UK voice of Face for several years - a lot of children grew up with him.


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