Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Nickelodeon Unveils Pictures Of The Stars And Characters Of Their Brand New Shows!

To celebrate Nickelodeon unveiling their 2013-2014 season highlights as their annual upfront presentation (Nickelodeon Upfront 2013) on Tuesday 26th February 2013, Nickelodeon has released a series of brand new images featuring photographs and pictures of the stars, casts and characters of some of their brand new shows, which will be premiering on Nick USA soon!:

"Sam & Cat": In this live-action comedic spin-off from award-winning creator and executive producer Dan Schneider ("iCarly", "Victorious", "Drake & Josh", "Zoey 101"), "Sam & Cat" stars Jennette McCurdy ("iCarly"'s Sam Puckett ) and Ariana Grande ("Victorious"' Cat Valentine) reprising their roles from their respective hit shows. The series features the pair as unlikely roommates and best friends who become teen entrepreneurs by starting their own after-school babysitting business. "Sam & Cat" is currently in production on 20 episodes in Los Angeles, California, USA and will premiere this on Nickelodeon USA in Fall 2013.

"Sanjay & Craig": The 20-episode animated series tells the story of two best friends -- one of whom is a snake -- and the true adventures of being a kid. Voice actors include: Maulik Pancholy ("30 Rock") as Sanjay; Chris Hardwick ("Nerdist", "Back at the Barnyard") as Craig; Tony Hale ("Arrested Development") as Mr. Noodman; Linda Cardellini ("Freaks and Geeks") as Megan; Kunal Nayyar ("The Big Bang Theory") as Vijay; and Grey DeLisle ("Fairly Odd Parents") as Darlene. "Sanjay & Craig" is created and co-executive produced by Jim Dirschberger , Jay Howell (character design for "Bob's Burgers") and Andreas Trolf, and executive produced by Nickelodeon alumni Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi ("The Adventures of Pete & Pete", "Alvin and the Chipmunks").

"Breadwinners": Created by Gary "Doodles" DiRaffaele ("MAD", "Metalocalypse"), who was discovered from Nick's 2012 Animated Shorts Program, and Steve Borst ("Teen Titans Go!", "MAD"), "Breadwinners" is a animated series that follows two booty-shaking ducks as they operate a bread delivery service out of their awesome, jet-fueled rocket van. The series was picked up for 20 full-length episodes.

"The Haunted Hathaways": Life in The Big Easy gets a little more complicated and way more spirited in this all-new live-action series when the Hathaway siblings (Amber Montana, Breanna Yde) and their mom (Ginifer King) move into a house already occupied by a dad ( Chico Benymon ) and his sons ( Curtis Harris , Benjamin "Lil P-Nut" Flores Jr.) who happen to be ghosts. Created by veteran comedy writer-producer Robert Peacock ("Reba", "The Jeff Foxworthy Show"), "The Haunted Hathaways" is executive produced by Boyce Bugliari & Jamie McLaughlin ("Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures"). The series will begin production on 20 episodes this spring.

"Nick Studio 10": This live action, daily afternoon daypart features four friends who make and share outrageously funny content in real time. Beginning this spring, content created on the show will also migrate from on-air to the recently launched Nick App, and content from the app will also be featured on the series.

"Monsters vs. Aliens": Inspired by DreamWorks Animation's 2009 blockbuster feature film ($383 million worldwide gross), this new CGI-animated series follows the further adventures of the beloved monsters -- B.O.B., the gelatinous blob without a brain; Link, the prehistoric fish-man; Dr. Cockroach, the half-man/half-insect mad scientist; and Susan (aka Ginormica), the incredible growing woman — as they learn to adapt to a new world filled with bizarre aliens. This series, which is greenlit for 26 episodes, marks the third partnership between Nickelodeon and DreamWorks Animation.

"Rabbids": This CGI-animated series brings to television the hysterical physical comedy that is the hallmark in Ubisoft's wildly successful "Raving Rabbids" video games. Irreverent, unpredictable and silly, the Rabbids are a mysterious breed of rabbit-like creatures that explore, and often wreak havoc, in the human world. Everything is a source of wonder and amusement, and these indestructible and uncontrollable creatures have absolutely no respect for the social rules that govern society. For them, there are no laws, no rules of the road. It's all about having fun and saying "Bwaaaaaah!" Nickelodeon has secured global broadcast rights for 26 new half-hour CG episodes of "Rabbids", which will be produced by Ubisoft.

(Source of above images: Nickelodeon USA's official Tumblr blog)
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