Sunday, November 30, 2014

Nickelodeon UK Launches New Look Official NickToons Website

Following Nickelodeon UK's recent rebrand of their animation and action channel, Nicktoons UK and Ireland, Nickelodeon UK has redesigned and relaunched their official NickToons UK and Ireland website,!

The design of Nick UK's newly revamped Nicktoons website is based upon Nickelodeon UK's recently redesigned main website,, and uses key aspects from Nicktoons UK's recent channel refresh, including the channels new logo and colours from NickToons' new design colour palette.

Putting kids in control of their experience with the site, Nickelodeon's revamped official Nicktoons website brings all the fun of Nickelodeon's award-winning Nick App to, and features a endless stream of totally awesome content allowing visitors to play more games, watch tons more videos than ever before, vote in polls and see the NickToon characters they love.

In Nick UK's latest update, all of your favourite Nickelodeon characters, games, videos and NickToons' popular ClipDeck are sticking around, with even more fun to discover. But now, visitors get to see them in a totally new way! The all-new features revamped official websites for your favourite NickToons shows, such as "SpongeBob SquarePants", "Sanjay and Craig", "Breadwinners", "Rabbids Invasion", "Power Rangers", "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "T.U.F.F. Puppy", "Fairly OddParents" and "Kung Fu Panda". There are endless games and videos, old and new, to play. Plus, Nick are giving visitors a BIGGER and BETTER way to watch online videos and play games, including the chance to rate your fave videos and games! The possibilities are endless on Nickelodeon's all-new NickToons website website!

To launch their brand-new NickToons website, Nickelodeon UK have also launched their official "SpongeBob's Advent Calender" watch and win competition webpage, where viewers can win amazing prizes, including a iPad, a Playstation 4, passes for Nickelodeon Land at Blackpool Pleasure Beach and a TV, everyday throughout December 2014 simply by watching NickToons and matching the symbol displayed on-screen with a symbol at!

Nick UK's brand-new look features a intuitive responsive web design (RWD) layout that provides NickHeads with an optimal viewing experience, allowing fans to experience the full world of NickToons by easily clicking or swiping as they wish across the site's content-heavy offering whether viewing the all-new look website on desktop PC's and laptop computers or on tablet and smartphone (mobile) devices.
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Nickelodeon To Change The Name Of "Bad Seeds"

Cartoonist C.H. Greenblatt has announced the Nick news in a post on his official Tumblr blog, Nerd Armada, that, due to trademark issues, "Bad Seeds" is no longer the show name of his upcoming brand-new Nickelodeon animated series, and that the show is currently untitled.

C.H. Greenblatt's all-new NickToon follows Harvey, a sweet and well-meaning bird, who makes two new best friends, Fee and Foo, the wildest imps in the forest. Although their friendship seems unlikely, their connection only grows as they push each other out of their comfort zones and into endless adventures. The show, which is created, written and directed by C.H. Greenblatt ("SpongeBob SquarePants", "Chowder"), is expected to premiere on Nickelodeon USA in 2015, however, it is currently unknown whether the shows trademark issues will delay the shows debut. Nickelodeon picked up the series for 26 episodes in September 2013.

It isn't uncommon for a show in development to change it's name. Nickelodeon's upcoming brand-new live-action series "Bella and the Bulldogs", due to premiere in January 2015, was originally titled "Bella and the Bullfrogs", "SpongeBob SquarePants" was originally intended to be called "SpongeBoy Ahoy!", but that name was already trademarked, and "iCarly" was very nearly named "iSam" and "", however, those domains were already registered. Had Dan Schneider been able to buy, Carly and Sam would likely have been named Sam and Kira, respectively, which were the characters in the original pilot script.

Along with his "Bad Seeds" name change announcement, C.H. Greenblatt also shared a fantastic piece of artwork from his upcoming Nickelodeon show which he made for the back of the Nickelodeon business cards when production started. C.H. Greenblatt mentions that the shows style has evolved a bit since the art was created:

Original news source: ToonZone Forums forum member BeanoMaster
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