Friday, November 17, 2017

Kel Mitchell Teases 'Game Shakers' Season 3; To Feature Guest Stars From Kel And Dan Schneider's Past Shows

Nickelodeon star Kel Mitchell recently stopped by CBS New York's The Trend studio to talk about Nickelodeon's upcoming special "Danger Games", in which the characters of hit show Game Shakers crossover with the characters of Nickelodeon's hit superhero-themed comedy series Henry Danger.

In the super interview, Kel revealed a teaser of what fans can expect to see in the third season of Game Shakers, which Kel is currently filming:

“There will be a lot more music and some guest stars from my past shows and Dan Schneider’s past shows,” Kel said. “We got some surprises coming up.”

Update: Kel recently revealed on MTV's TRL that one of the guest stars will be Josh Server from All That!:

The Kenan & Kel star also explained how the his role of Ed the Good Burger Guy in All That and Good Burger changed his fast-food ordering life:

“OK here’s what’s funny. We can’t go through any drive through’s me and my wife, it’s hilarious. Because as soon as I drive up they see me … they all are like, ‘Welcome to wherever restaurant we’re at. It’s so funny, they do the voice. But you know the perks are — I get free burgers.'”

On his current Nick hit, Kel plays Double G, a cool rapper and hip-hop mogul. He said he was drawn to the show because he loves hip-hop. “It’s a lot of fun and the cool thing about this show is that two girls create gaming apps and all the games that are created on the sitcom are available for kids in real life.”

Dan Schneider is famous for featuring Easter eggs from his past shows into current ones, who do you think will be guest starring in Game Shakers season 3? Let NickALive! know in the comments!

Nickelodeon's brand-new Game Shakers-Henry Danger crossover special "Danger Games" airs Saturday, November 25th at 8:00pm ET/PT on Nick USA. Game Shakers season three is slated to premiere in 2018.

Devon Werkheiser And Daniel Curtis Lee Hold Mini 'Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide' Reunion

Ned’s Declassified's Ned and Cookie Are Still Goofball BFFs a Decade After Series Finale

Ten years ago, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide ended on Nickelodeon with an epic two-part field trip episode. It was hard saying goodbye to the kids from James K. Polk middle school, but, thankfully, the stars are still besties.

Devon Werkheiser (Ned) and Daniel Curtis Lee (Cookie) made fans' dreams come true back in February when they both posted selfies together. Nine months later, they're still goofing off and being totally adorkable — just like they were on the show.

Rocking a man bun, Devon posted a new video on Instagram with Daniel, captioning the vid with a slew of hashtags, including "#bff" and "#friendsforever." D'aww!

The duo have been super busy lately. Besides creating Ned's Declassified 2.0 with web series Devon's Life Survival Guide, playing a frat bro in Where's the Money, and producing new music, Devon's working on the upcoming Christmas movie Santa Girl, and recently appeared in Drake Bell's Drake & Josh-themed web series Where's Walter.

Daniel is also creating new music and music videos. Recently, he was featured on the Sir Jon Lee track, Stranger Things, off new album He Eats With Wolves.

But what fans want to know is what they were "brainstorming" together back in February. Fingers crossed it's some kind of reboot/reunion special for Ned's Declassified, a cameo of Daniel on Devon's web series, or a music collaboration. The guidebook didn't prepare us for this state of unknowing.

Watch full-length episodes of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide on and on the Nick App!

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Original source: Seventeen.
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'Hey Arnold!' Voice Actor Lane Toran on Returning for Nickelodeon’s 'The Jungle Movie'

Back in 1996, when creator Craig Bartlett's Nicktoon Hey Arnold! debuted in front of what would become an entire generation of fans, Lane Toran was the young man who found himself voicing the title role. Fast forward to the end of the show’s first season, however, and Toran found himself out of that role due to changes in his voice. He would go on to voice supporting roles on the series before moving on to other animated shows and a live-action acting career. Now, more than 20 years after Hey Arnold! began, Toran and his fellow cast members are returning for the brand-new Nickelodeon movie special, Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie!

Collider had a chance to chat with Toran about his memories voicing Arnold, the experience of moving away from the show, and what it means to him to come back to it all these years later, albeit for a different character with a whole new perspective. Toran will be playing Che, a new character introduced for the TV movie who has a surprising tie back to the original cast of characters. Toran talks a bit about Che below, along with the family atmosphere of Hey Arnold! and the positive power of nostalgia.

How did you find out about Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie?

Lane Toran: I think Hey Arnold! contacted my manager and that’s how I first heard. The cool thing about Craig is that it’s kinda become like a family. He keeps everyone involved. I voiced Arnold in the first couple of seasons, but then my voice changed; he still brought me back as a different character, as Wolfgang. They’re just like that. They want people to be a family there and that’s how it is.

It’s always been there. When people find out that I voiced Arnold, they’re reaction is … usually they’re shocked. It’s so crazy, but so fun. In the recent time since the announcement of the movie, it’s been kind of crazy. There’s been a lot of press about it, so it’s definitely become a larger part of my life recently, for sure.

Did you ever think you’d be revisiting this series?

Toran: I know the fans have been petitioning for so long to have The Jungle Movie made, and I knew it would always be a possibility. I didn’t just automatically think that I’d be a part of it, honestly, which I’m super grateful that I am. I had a feeling that something would happen later on.

What was it like for you to revisit the series, even as a completely different character?

Toran: It’s just fun. Seeing everyone again was like a reunion, just being a part of something. I’m a fan of the show as well, so I have the same excitement the fans do about watching this film.

What can you tell us about your character, Che?

Toran: He works on the ship in San Lorenzo. That’s where the character pops up. He’s Olga’s love interest. Another thing, too, that’s kind of funny: Craig made a character in there that looks like me in real life. He doesn’t say anything, but if you’re watching, he’s in the background and he has a beard and suspenders. It’s pretty funny.

What’s his newfound popularity been like?

Toran: I’ve got to say, it’s kind of life-changing. I had an Instagram page prior to that, and I was kind of getting known on there just for my beard, which sounds so funny, but that’s when it was really popular. The beards were just like a new thing and cool back then. Then, all of a sudden, I probably had like 70-some-thousand followers at the time, and then the Buzzfeed article came out and literally overnight or a few days, I gained almost 100,000 followers just from that article. In that aspect, it’s crazy.

What would you say has opened up more doors in your career: the beard or Hey Arnold?

Toran: [laughs] I think it’s kind of hand-in-hand, honestly. If I hadn’t been on Instagram doing what I was doing, that article never would have come out.

Lane Toran in 1996 | Nicksclusive: Behind The Scenes of Hey Arnold!

Arnold’s been voiced by a number of actors over the years, so what was it like for you to pass the baton?

Toran: Let’s talk about Mason [Vale Cotton] first, because Mason is awesome. I think everyone is going to absolutely fall in love with him in this. He did such a good job. I’m super proud of him. It was crazy, when I first heard his voice I was amazed; I thought it sounded so similar to mine. I was super happy about that.

Back when I was recast a long time ago, of course it sucked back then, it wasn’t like a happy thing. But they tried for a long time to digitally raise my voice, but sh*t happens. It just didn’t work, but that was okay. I was still part of the show afterwards. I still got to hang around with them, and it was all good. It all worked out.

Did you get a chance to meet Mason or talk to him?

Toran: We got to hang out at Comic-Con in San Diego. That was actually the first time we met. Some people thought I was coaching him, but we actually never met until after he was completely done. They studied the episodes, but that’s all you need to do, really.

What’s your screen time like?

Toran: Che’s not a huge character in this movie, but he’s there quite a bit. It’s actually a really fun character because it’s not my voice. I get to put on an interesting voice there.

Have you stayed in contact with your fellow creatives?

Toran: I’ve stayed in touch with Frannie [Francesca Marie Smith] probably moreso than anyone, but a lot of us worked other shows together, so after Arnold, we’d still see each other, working. Actually, I just directed a film and I had Jamil [Walker Smith], Gerald, be in the film. Yeah, we’re all still in touch.

Were any of you nervous or anxious about revisiting this property?

Toran: I was always just excited, never anxious, never nervous; I knew it was going to be great. And I knew the fans deserved that, after all this time there’s questions that they want answered, so it’s that time, you know?

What’s the interactions been like with the fans?

Toran: Really, Comic-Con is the only time that I’ve been around that many people who were there just to see Hey Arnold! It’s amazing. It’s so cool. I said this before, but I’m a fan of the show as well, so I feel like we’re all together in this.

Any favorite memories from your time on the show?

Toran: It’s hard thinking about a certain moment. The whole thing was fun because you go and hang out with your friends, and you’re 12, and you’re all in this room together having fun, basically. We were very professional at the time but we were still kids, and we were doing what we loved to do. It didn’t feel like work. The whole process was a great experience.

On the unique experience of being a kid and voicing a character who’s the same age:

Toran: It was very rare, it was very unusual back then, especially. Usually you’d have women playing young male voices … which in a way is smart because you don’t have to keep replacing them, but you’re missing that authenticity by doing that.

On the power of nostalgia:

Toran: Yeah, it’s absolutely positive, for sure. Who doesn’t like remembering their favorite shows growing up? Times back then were a lot different than times now. It’s nice to have a little escape sometimes.

What else is coming up in the near future?

Toran: I directed [and starred in] a film called Getaway Girls, and it’s in post-production, so look out for that sometime next year. I’m always dabbling in music here and there; follow me on Instagram if you want to see what’s going on!

Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie will premiere on Friday, Nov. 24, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA, as part of the networks Thanksgiving celebrations.

Viewers can visit the Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie page on and the Nick App, along with the Hey Arnold! Facebook page and Instagram, to get a look at the TV movie. Fans can also watch full-length episodes on and the Nick App.

NickSplat will celebrate Hey Arnold! throughout the month of November with fan-favorite episodes every night from 12:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. (ET/PT). In addition, NickSplat will treat fans to a marathon of every single Hey Arnold! episode beginning Friday, Nov. 17, through Friday, Nov. 24, from 11:00 p.m.–6:00 a.m. (ET/PT). Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie encores Saturday, Nov. 25, and Friday, Dec. 1, at 12:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on TeenNick.

Also, from Flickering Myth:

Exclusive Interview: Hey Arnold! creator and Helga actress on The Jungle Movie, Hey Arnold season 6 and more

Justin Cook spoke with Hey Arnold! creator Craig Bartlett and voice actress Francesca Marie Smith while attending New York Comic Con. Check out their conversation below…

Hey Arnold! fans have waited well over a decade for answers to questions surrounding the show’s titular kind-hearted, football-shape-headed grade schooler and, in approximately one week, answers they will get. Expect childhood nostalgia levels to reach whole new heights with the release of Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, a continuation of the popular 1994 animated Nickelodeon series.

The long-planned two-hour TV movie will take place one year after Hey Arnold!’s final episode, 2002’s “The Journal” and will see Arnold and his P.S. 118 fifth-grade buddies setting out on the field trip of a lifetime and uncovering the mystery behind the disappearance of Arnold’s parents.

Originally intended for theatrical release, The Jungle Movie was shelved after Nickelodeon instead decided to release Arnold Saves the Neighborhood (subsequently titled Hey Arnold!: The Movie) into theaters worldwide in the early 2000s. After spending years in development purgatory, Nickelodeon finally announced that The Jungle Movie would become a reality, with Hey Arnold! creator Craig Barlett returning to write and produce. Much of the original voice cast decided to reprise their roles for the project, including Dan Castellaneta (Grandpa Phil), Tress MacNeille (Grandma Gertie), Anndi McAfee (Phoebe Heyerdahl), Justin Shenkarow (Harold Bergman), Olivia Hack (Rhonda Wellington), Lane Toran (formerly Arnold, returning as a new character named Che) and Francesca Marie Smith (Helga Pataki). In fact, Smith had transitioned away from the world of voice acting since her work on the show and stepped out of retirement to bring some closure to herself and Hey Arnold! fans.

Flickering Myth sat down for a conversation with both Barlett and Smith at New York Comic Con, where they talked about working on the original series, The Jungle Movie, what the future of Hey Arnold! holds and more.

So, to start off, where did the inspiration for Hey Arnold, the original series, come from?

Craig Barlett: I remember I had come to Los Angeles to work on Pee-wee’s Playhouse, I did the penny cartoons for Pee-Wee. I realized, as soon as that job ended, ten weeks later, ‘It’s time for Craig to create his own cartoon.’ I knew I had to just come up with my own cartoon character, and I thought the first thing I would do was just make little short films because then I would have something to show for myself. When I came to pitch Hey Arnold! years later, even then, I had little Arnold shorts that Mary Harrington [a Nickelodeon executive] could watch. What was nice about those shorts was that your own tone and way you would tell a joke [both came through], and it was something I could afford to make. I made it in my little rental house in LA in my living room. A very humble first effort to make my own little story was why I created Arnold. And then in 1993, when I met with Mary, and I was actually with a bunch of Rugrats writers, we were all trying as a group to pitch stuff. Our pitches all flopped, they didn’t want what we brought, and then we were sitting around eating lunch with them and [Nickelodeon executives] said, ‘Well, what else have you got?’ I got out my sample reel, and it included the Arnold short and the rest is history. Mary said, ‘Come back by yourself and tell me what we could do with this character.’ Then, I came back with the very simple premise which was ‘Arnold lives in an old boarding house with his eccentric grandparents and these wacky boarders under a freeway overpass… the end.’ The first shorts that I had made featured Helga and Harold in the classroom as, clearly, mean bullies. My wife said, ‘If you’re gonna make this into a series, you need a little bit more than this one-dimensional bully. What if she secretly liked him?’ So, my wife’s idea that Helga could secretly like Arnold was probably the very best idea of the whole series.

Francesca Marie Smith: I don’t think I knew that!

Barlett: From then on, Arnold could be this cool, zen guy that everything happens around. He’s the center of everything, but he doesn’t have to say much. He never has to brag. And Helga, to us, the audience, breaks the fourth wall with her little soliloquies with that locket and says all the great stuff about who he is. And, we found out, from years later, that all those messages landed, and the adults, who talk about the series now, they could tell you all that stuff. But when we were starting we didn’t know. We were just taking our best shot. So that’s basically how it started.

And for you, Francesca, what was it like portraying a bully that wasn’t one-dimensional? That had a reason for bullying and used it as a defense mechanism against her family and some other problems in her life.

Smith: Well, I will say that a lot of it went over my head at the time. I was young and thankfully, I hadn’t suffered. [laughs] It hadn’t even occurred to me that these were big issues that were gonna be impactful to a lot of people, between the way her parents treated her and the issues that she had with Ulga as well. A lot of it just felt kind of natural, like, ‘Oh, she’s angry so she’s gonna yell about it. Oh, she feels strongly so she’s gonna have a little soliloquy about it.’ All of it just felt like a very natural amplification of feelings that were super organic to me. That’s why I talk about the voice, as being totally my natural voice just with an emotional range that, for sake of comedy and storytelling, gets pushed to eleven.

Barlett: Isn’t it amazing? You think about how you hadn’t even had the experiences yet to even know what that range was… where did you find it? She found it, man! She found it on day one when she came in to audition and she was a tiny 9-year-old, she was killing! I remember we were busy, and we had a whole list of auditions that day, and I was looking at the list, and I heard her reading the aside we had written for her, which was probably a little two page scene in the pilot, and we were like, who the hell is that? And it was like, well, we found our Helga! So, I mean, where did you find that? Where did you dig up that rage?

Smith: I’m trying to think if my brother was auditioning with me that day. Maybe, I was just really mad at him. [laughs]

Barlett: We did [the audition] at Ren & Stimpy. That was 1994.

Smith: But, I don’t know, I’m trying to think if I had played any other characters that had that sort of breath, but the other things I did were all pretty normal little girl things.

Barlett: For on-camera stuff, she would have played a sweet little girl.

Smith: I had done Blossom right around that time too, and she was also a terror.

Barlett: She can do rage!

Smith: Rage and goth. Those were my modes.

What was it like returning to the character of Helga for The Jungle Movie after over a decade away from it and also just returning to voice acting in general?

Smith: Exactly — I’m even trying to remember the last time I was on stage. I had done other performance-ish things, but really coming back and doing something like [voicing Helga], it had been a long time. It felt better than I expected. I didn’t really have expectations of how it was going to feel, but I do know that it was so gratifying. Not just doing the table read, but when you finally get in the booth and you’re flexing those muscles, it felt, unfortunately, like a very true version of myself and I was like ‘Man, I’ve been blowing it! This whole PhD thing, what am I thinking.’ [laughs] There is something deeply cathartic about being able to go to those emotional places that you don’t in everyday life.

Barlett: Helga’s emotional journey in The Jungle Movie is incredible.

Smith: The lines are just really fun. It sounds so inane to say that, but they’re well-written, they’re quippy. They feel really good. It’s as though somebody were following you around telling you how to say smart things all the time. [to Craig] Can I actually hire you? [laughs]

Whose reactions are you guys more curious about, the younger fans that are gonna watch The Jungle Movie, or the older fans, who grew up with the show and are maybe parents of their own now?

Barlett: The kids. I’m curious that this will land with our actual 6 to 11-year-old audience that Nickelodeon is about. Who I want to take care of are those people that we’ve been interacting with for a decade and more.

Smith: We absolutely have a responsibility to the pre-existing fans. We have a gauntlet thrown down with them. But at the same time there’s a real privilege in having a new potential audience to which we can say ‘Well, what do you think? Does this still hold water? Beyond the nostalgia factor, do you like this?’

And could that new audience lead to a new series, a revival, a sixth season?

Barlett: Well, yes and no. I tried this script to do everything. It was supposed to pick it up where we left off, it was supposed to take you to somewhere new, it was supposed to answer all those questions. When I pitched this to the network, I said there’s three burning questions. One, what’s his last name? Two, does Arnold feel the same way that Helga feels about him? And three, whatever happened to his missing parents? I said the movie will take care of those questions. Personally, I made sure that it buttoned everything up and then when you finished, now they were starting the first day of sixth grade. It was kind of meant to be the perfect, ‘Well, that would be cool. Let’s see a season 6 where they go to sixth grade.’

Smith: It’s not heavy-handed, but I think the starting points are there to spark some, ‘Well, and then what happens.’

Barlett: I just tried to make it all things.

Smith: And honestly, I genuinely think we did it.

Barlett: If we never get to do more, you can be very happy to have gotten your answers to those big burning questions.

Your favorite Football Head is back and is headed for the big screen! Venture along with Arnold, Gerald, Helga, and the rest of the P.S. 118 crew on the field trip of a lifetime! Will Arnold find his parents after all these years? Will Helga finally confess her undying love for Arnold? Will your heartstrings be able to handle this flick?

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie airs on Nickelodeon in the US on November 24th at 7 pm (EST).


More Nick: Arnold And Crew Are Back In Nickelodeon's "Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie", Premiering Friday, Nov. 24, At 7pm (ET/PT) On Nick USA!

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Nickelodeon Greece To Premiere 'Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library' On Sunday 26th November 2017




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Nickelodeon Greece will premiere Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library, a new original TV movie based on author Chris Grabenstein’s acclaimed children’s book of the same name, on Sunday 26th November 2017 at 20:30. Nickelodeon stars Casey Simpson (Nicky, Ricky, Dicky ve Dawn/Νίκι, Ρίκι, Ντίκι, & Νταν) and Breanna Yde (Nickelodeon’s School of Rock/Ένα Σχολείο Πολύ Ροκ) join Russell Roberts (The Twilight Saga: New Moon) and newcomers AJ Rivera and Klarke Pipkin in the fantastical adventure about a group of friends whose overnight stay in their town’s new high-tech library turns into a daring, dangerous adventure of escape. The book, originally published in 2013 by Random House Children’s Books, boasts a 109-week run on the New York Times Best-Seller list. Both the book and the Nickelodeon Original Movie are locally titled Απόδραση από τη βιβλιοθήκη του κύριου Λιμοντσέλο in Greece. The book is published by ΜΕΤΑΙΧΜΙΟ in Greece.

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World-renowned gamemaker Luigi Lemoncello (Russell Roberts) has built his latest creation--a new state-of-the-art library filled with whimsical and eccentric rooms, where hardcover books fly kids to shelves in the sky, and massive doors open into fantastical worlds. Kyle Keeley, Lemoncello’s biggest fan, is chosen to be one of the first to experience the fun, along with his best friend Akimi, a bookworm named Sierra (Klarke Pipkin), a goofball named Andrew Peckleman (A.J. Luis Rivera Jr.), his rival Charles Chiltington (Ty Nicolas Consiglio), and others. The kids must use their wits to complete riddles and collect clues that lead them out of this unique playground of imagination. When excitement turns to jeopardy, this world of wonder begins to spiral out of control as literary characters run amok and chaos ensues. It’s up to the kids to make everything right again or else they won’t be the only ones escaping.

Nickelodeon’s original TV movies are a key part of the network’s content mix, creating vehicles for Nickelodeon’s stars to be seen in new and different roles and stories. Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library joins Nickelodeon’s original TV movie slate, which includes three upcoming original TV movies--Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie and Tiny Christmas, both set to premiere this fall and Blurt starring Henry Danger’s Jace Norman and internet sensation JoJo Siwa, scheduled to air early 2018.

Απόδραση από τη βιβλιοθήκη του κύριου Λιμοντσέλο - Trailer

To celebrate the premiere of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library, Nickelodeon Greece has launched a exclusive Απόδραση από τη βιβλιοθήκη του κύριου Λιμοντσέλο watch and win competition!:

Απόδραση από τη βιβλιοθήκη του κύριου Λιμοντσέλο - Διαγωνισμός

Join in on the adventure by visiting Nickelodeon Greece's official website,, and following Nickelodeon Greece on Facebook and Twitter for movie updates and sneak peeks.

Chris Grabenstein’s novels with Random House Children’s Books have more than one million copies in print and hundreds of weeks combined on the New York Times bestseller list. Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library has spent over 100 weeks on the bestseller list, received nominations for 42 state award lists, and is published in 19 countries and in 19 languages throughout the world. Grabenstein's additional middle-grade novels include Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics, The Island of Dr. Libris, Welcome to Wonderland: Home Sweet Motel, and Welcome to Wonderland: Beach Party Surf Monkey. Grabenstein's third Lemoncello Book, Lemoncello’s Great Library Race, was published on Oct. 10.

Jim Head, Scott McAboy and Michael Sammaciccia serve as executive producers. Amy Sydorick serves as producer. The TV movie is written by Brian Jarvis & Jim Freeman and Alex Reid, and was directed by Scott McAboy (Splitting Adam/Ο Άλλος Μου Εαυτός).

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Nickelodeon, now in its 38th year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon’s U.S. television network is seen in more than 90 million households and has been the number-one-rated kids’ basic cable network for 22 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA,VIAB).

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Episode 50: Hey Arnold! Deep Dive | The Jungle Movie | Nickelodeon Animation Podcast

Heeeyyy Arnold fans! You’ve waited almost 20 years for The Jungle Movie and it’s almost here! This week on the Nickelodeon Animation Podcast, Hector shares the mic with Hey Arnold! mastermind Craig Bartlett, voice stars, and the team’s creative visionaries to discuss the legacy and highly-anticipated movie starring our football-headed hero, friends and family. It’s the deepest of dives into everything you want to know about The Jungle Movie which premieres Friday, November 24th at 7pm on Nick USA!

That’s a wrap for Season 3 of the Nick Animation Podcast! Keep up with Nick Animation Podcast's intrepid host Hector on his own Twitter and Instagram handles, and stay updated on all things Nickelodeon Animation on Tumblr, and on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook!

Nick Jr. UK Launches New 'PAW Patrol' Adventure Game, 'PAW Patrol Pawsome Missions' | Nickelodeon UK

Official Nickelodeon UK & Ireland Press Release:


- New immersive game based on Spin Master Entertainment’s smash hit show as seen on Nick Jr. and Milkshake! to be launched at

- Kids can create avatars of themselves and control the Pup Pad just like Ryder

- 12 initial adventures for kids to try with more missions to follow

- New PAW Patrol Christmas special will air on 11th December on Nick Jr. at 5pm

London, 17th November, 2017 – PAW Patrol, Spin Master Entertainment’s phenomenal preschool property and Nickelodeon’s #1 preschool series, airing on Nick Jr. and Channel 5’ Milkshake! will be putting kids at the heart of a new adventure game on, enabling them to create avatar versions of themselves and use the pups from the series to tackle a series of fun and engaging missions. PAW Patrol Pawsome Missions goes live on 17th November 2017 at Kids can also get fired up with a new PAW Patrol Christmas special which will air on 11th December on Nick Jr. at 5pm.

In PAW Patrol Pawsome Missions children can create an avatar of themselves as they look in the real world and get to work alongside Ryder, choosing their physical appearance and outfits. Kids then explore Adventure Bay by walking around, completing missions, meeting characters, collecting paw points and roleplaying a day in the life of the Paw Patrol. The gamers also use the Pup Pad just like Ryder in an immersive 3D digital world, collaborating with different pups for specific quests.

In the must-see Christmas special titled The Pups Winter Wonder Show, featuring everybody’s favourite paws which uphold the laws, the Adventure Bay Snow-Show is in trouble when Mayor Humdinger escapes with the feature act: Cap’n Turbot’s performing penguins. It’s up to the Paw Patrol, with the help of Tracker, to save the day so that the show can go on!

Suzie Adams, Digital Director at Nickelodeon UK & Ireland commented, “PAW Patrol Pawsome Missions is an excellent way for preschoolers to develop their problem-solving skills in an exciting and playful manner. We hope to delight kids with their transformation in the digital world through the avatar creation and how the pups transform throughout the game. This interactive game demonstrates our commitment to developing immersive experiences for our audiences in a fun and relevant way”.

PAW Patrol follows a pack of six heroic rescue pups – Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Rubble, Zuma and Skye - who are led by a tech-savvy 10-year-old boy named Ryder. Together they work hard to protect the Adventure Bay community. Each pup has a unique skill set and a house that turns into a vehicle specific to their personality. Chase is an athletic police pup, Marshall is a spirited fire truck pup, Rocky is an enthusiastic recycling pup, Rubble is a gruff, but loveable construction digger pup, Zuma is a playful, water-loving pup and Skye is a fearless, smart helicopter pup. Ryder has rescued all six pups and leads them on their missions.

PAW Patrol is broadcast daily on Nick Jr. where it regularly ranks as the top show on the channel. It also airs as part of the pre-school block Milkshake! on Channel 5.

The programme is produced by Spin Master Entertainment for Nick Jr and has become a pre-school sensation following its launch in 2013. A range of toys has been launched which will be exclusive to retailer Smyths until Christmas Day which include PAW Patrol Mission Paw Chase, PAW Patrol Mission Cruiser and PAW Patrol Mission Vehicle Sky.

Other popular games on include All Star Pups, Snow Slide and PAW Patrol Academy. The game has been developed with Complete Control, a company which specialises in creating interactive content for children’s brands.

Nick Jr.

Where every day’s an adventure, Nick Jr. is a top-performing commercial pre-school entertainment brand in cable and satellite homes. Launched in 1999 as the world's first channel dedicated to pre-school children, Nick Jr.’s programming includes beloved shows PAW Patrol, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Peppa Pig and Digby Dragon. Online, clips, games, exclusive activities and downloads are all available at Viewers also have the opportunity to catch up with the schedule through Nick Jr. +1. Nick Jr. is available on Sky 615, Virgin 715, through BT Vision and TalkTalk channel 318.

The Nickelodeon Network is a top-performing commercial kids TV network in the UK and Ireland with Nickelodeon channels available in over 13 million cable and satellite homes. Having launched in 1993 Nickelodeon UK comprises seven dedicated entertainment channels for kids aged 4-15 and their families, and is a joint venture between Viacom International Media Networks and BSkyB.


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Kid Danger & Captain Man Play 'Crime Warp' | Danger Games Nov. 25 | Nickelodeon

Henry Danger’s Kid Danger (Jace Norman) and Captain Man (Cooper Barnes) take on the video game that’s all about them — Crime Warp! Check out the crossover event, "Danger Games", to find out how the Game Shakers (Cree Cicchino, Madisyn Shipman, Benjamin Flores Jr., and Thomas Kuc) came up with the idea! Don’t miss "Danger Games", Saturday, November 25th at 8/7c, only on Nickelodeon USA! Download "Crime Warp" now from the Apple App Store and Google Play store!

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The Definitive Answer to The Hey Arnold Pigeon Man Theory - Hey Arnold! Cartoon Conspiracy (Ep. 177) | ChannelFrederator

Hey Arnold! gave us so many great characters we know and love including Jolly Olly Man, Mickey Kaline, and of course, Pigeon Man. However, Pigeon Man's fate has been highly debated by Hey Arnold! fans over the years. The burning question... Is Pigeon Man still alive or NOT?! Find out on this episode of Channel Frederator's Cartoon Conspiracy!

Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie takes the kids on the field trip of a lifetime: action packed and full of adventure! They’ll join Arnold on a quest in which he’ll try to achieve his ultimate dream and finally find his missing parents. It all starts when Arnold and his classmates take a trip to San Lorenzo, South America, which, coincidentally, is the last place Arnold’s parents were seen! Their trip takes a turn when pirates kidnap Arnold and his friends! From there it’s one jungle hazard after another, and the gang must put their heads together to get out of danger. As the leader of the journey, Arnold must make sure he and his friends survive safely, all while working towards a reunion he’s dreamt of his whole life!

The two-hour TV movie features a storyline that picks up from where the original series ended in the "The Journal" in 2004 and resolves unanswered questions and plotlines-including Arnold finally getting answers about the whereabouts of his missing parents, Arnold's last name, and how Arnold feels about Helga! The movie is co-written and executive produced by the series’ original creator Craig Bartlett and produced by Nickelodeon in Burbank, Calif.

Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie will premiere on Friday, Nov. 24, from 7:00-9:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon USA, as part of the networks Thanksgiving celebrations.

Viewers can visit the Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie page on and the Nick App, along with the Hey Arnold! Facebook page and Instagram, to get a look at the TV movie. Fans can also watch full-length episodes on and the Nick App.

NickSplat will celebrate Hey Arnold! throughout the month of November with fan-favorite episodes every night from 12:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. (ET/PT). In addition, NickSplat will treat fans to a marathon of every single Hey Arnold! episode beginning Friday, Nov. 17, through Friday, Nov. 24, from 11:00 p.m.–6:00 a.m. (ET/PT). Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie encores Saturday, Nov. 25, and Friday, Dec. 1, at 12:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on TeenNick.

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School of Rock | Bucket List | Nickelodeon UK

Freddy, Lawrence and Zack attempt to complete a bucket list before Freddy leaves!

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De Ricardo Santo Show - #1 Feest! | Nickelodeon Nederlands

Welkom bij de allereerste aflevering van de Ricardo Santo Show! Het is feest, want Op weg naar Pakjesavond is weer begonnen! Vier jij het ook mee? En: verboden voor ouders!

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Henry Danger | Live and Dangerous: Frankini | Nickelodeon Italia **Update (17/11): Added New Video**

I nuovi episodi di Henry Danger arrivano dal 13 novembre alle 18:15 su Nickelodeon Italia (SKY 605)!

Henry Danger | Live and Dangerous: Supereroi in mutande | Nickelodeon

Frankini prende in ostaggio Capitan Man e Kid Danger!

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Kally´s Mashup: Worlds Collide | Nickelodeon Latinoamérica

¡NUEVO HIT de Kally's Mashup! ¿Ya eres fan de la voz de Maia Reficco? ¡Dile a Nick en YouTube!

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Wonderful Wizard of Quads ‘Together’ Music Video (ft. Lizzy Greene) | NRDD | Brazilian Portuguese Version

Dawn (Lizzy Greene) has to make a tough choice. She desperately wants to be Dorothy, but is it worth putting herself before her brothers Nicky (Aidan Gallagher), Ricky (Casey Simpson), and Dicky (Mace Coronel)? Only one way to decide — with an Oz-some song! Watch Dawn perform "Together" - in Brazilian Portuguese - in this quad-tastic clip from the brand-new Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn special "Wonderful Wizard of Quads"! Watch the English version here!:

Talvez eu não seja a Dorothy | Nicky, Ricky, Dicky e Dawn | Nickelodeon Brasil

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School Of Rock | 'Heroes & Villains' Sneak Peek | Nickelodeon USA

To celebrate Nickelodeon USA premiering the brand-new School of Rock season three episode "Heroes & Villains" on Saturday 18th November 2017 at 8:30pm ET/PT, Nick USA has unveiled a rockin' sneak peek preview from the all-new episode of School of Rock, which you can watch in the fantastic video clip here on!

In the brand-new School of Rock episode "Heroes & Villains" (#304), after comic books get banned at school, Tomika (Breanna Yde) decides to create her own comic, but accidentally upsets her friends by not drawing them in the best light. In Nick's super sneak-peek, "Tomika's Comic Book", Tomika is creating her own comic book and she's turning her best friends into superheroes!

#SchoolofRock is going super on Saturday's new episode! What would your #superpower be? 💥

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The Thundermans | 'Save The Past Dance' Sneak Peek | Nickelodeon USA

To celebrate Nickelodeon USA premiering the brand-new The Thundermans special "Save the Past Dance" on Saturday 18th November 2017 at 8:00pm, Nick USA has unveiled a super sneak peek preview from the all-new episode, which you can watch in the fantastic video clip here on!

In the brand-new The Thundermans special "Save the Past Dance" (#427), tired of hearing tales of Hiddenville's legendary mayor, the kids use a time machine to travel back 60 years to disprove the myths; but when they inadvertently alter the past, the effect spells disaster for their hometown! In Nick's fantastic sneak-peek, "Tree Hair", Max (Jack Griffo) and Phoebe (Kira Kosarin) had a rough time walking to school because of the terrible wind! Even the Principal made fun of Phoebe's hair! "Save the Past Dance" will guest star Nickelodeon star Owen Joyner (100 Things To Do Before High School, Knight Squad).

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Hey, Arnold, You’re Still a Cool Kid! | Craig Bartlett Interview | Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie **Update (11/21): Added New Interview**

Thirteen years after the show went off the air, Craig Bartlett’s beloved animated character returns in a wonderful new movie on Nickelodeon!

The wait is over! Children of the late ‘80s and ‘90s who have been waiting patiently to find out some answers about their favorite characters from Nickelodeon's hugely popular Hey Arnold! series will finally get some closure when Nick USA premieres Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie this November. The two-hour movie reunites us with Craig Bartlett’s “football-head” hero and the rest of the gang from Hillwood and explores the fate of Arnold’s parents.

Not only is the animated project bound to make Arnold fans immensely happy, it also makes Bartlett a very happy camper as he gets to provide some answers to some of the questions that were hanging in the air since 2002’s Hey Arnold!: The Movie and after the show ended its five-season run in June of 2004.

“It’s seems like we’ve been waiting forever,” Bartlett, who originally created the Arnold character 20 years ago for the clay-mated Penny shorts featured in Pee-wee’s Playhouse, told Animation Magazine. “We got the greenlight from Nick to make this TV movie about three years ago. So, we worked furiously to shape the story—Joe Purdy and I wrote the first part and Lisa (Groening) and Laura (Sreebny) worked on the second hour. In the spring of 2015, we had a giant table read with some of the cast members, all the writers and Nick execs. Then, we got started to record the voices and storyboarded the movie … It took about two and half years of recording, writing and production, and we’re finally at the finish line! It must be one of the longest inception to delivery dates in animation!”

Directed by Raymie Muzquiz, a 2002 veteran of the series, as well as Futurama and Clarence; and Stuart Livingston, storyboard artist on Futurama, Clarence and Steven Universe, the new movie serves as a sequel to Hey Arnold!: The Movie and the two-part series finale ”The Journal,” which both debuted in 2002, the latter on Nickelodeon USA as part of the fifth and final season of the original show.

“I think it is the coolest looking version of Arnold ever,” say the six-time Emmy-nominated Bartlett, whose credits include Rugrats, Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train, and the 2018 Nick series Sky Rat*. “Our Korean animation studio Saerom, who worked on the original series, really brought their A game. It felt like a homecoming to work with them again. The Nick Digital team in Burbank helped us a lot, too. Hey Arnold! became digital in the last two seasons of the show. We now have a bigger and wider resolution frame than we had before. We wanted this movie to be more cinematic, so I hope we can have some screenings in movie theaters in some cities as well.”

Some New and Old Kids

Bartlett was also able to bring back most of the original cast, while recasting some of the children’s roles. Justin Shenkarow, Olivia Hack, Nika Futterman, Dan Butler, Dan Castellaneta, Tress MacNeille, Antoinette Stella, Carlos Alazraqui, Dom Irrera, Maurice LaMarche, Jim Belushi, Kath Soucie, Danielle Judovits and Danny Cooksey are all back for the project. Alfred Molina provides the voice of resident villain Lasombra, while Mason Vale Cotton, Benjamin Flores, Jr. and Francesca Marie Smith star as Arnold, Gerald and Helga respectively.

The design team made a big effort to refresh the characters and backgrounds. As Bartlett explains, “We revisited the designs and colors since the movie was going to be made in high-def and 16:9 aspect ratio. We could now use better technology and bigger format. Some time has gone by since we last saw the characters. The kids are now finishing fifth grade and getting ready for sixth grade. I wanted it to feel like visiting the old home, but everything is a little more vivid, and we have a broader, more intense color palette.”

The writer/director also points out that he was very pleased with the way fans reacted to some of the images at last summer’s Comic-Con. “We had a day and nighttime view of Arnold’s boarding house, and everyone pored over the images, and analyzed the assets. They knew that we spiffed up the alley and planted a few trees. That’s the kind of scrutiny our movie has been getting on the Internet … We showed every character that had been on the show, and fans could see that they are all slightly updated, but the core of everything is the same. Arnold is still Arnold, Gerald is still Gerald, and Helga, of course, is still Helga.”

A New World

Bartlett points out that making the movie for Nick’s audiences in 2017 has its own special kind of challenges. “We have three groups that will be tuning in,” he says. “There are the Hey Arnold! super fans who grew up with the show and are now anywhere between 20 and 35 years old. They are interested in the Arnold cannon and are very interested in all the details, and enjoy the foibles of the adults as well. Then, there are Nick’s current audience, who are between six to 11 and may not know the series and the characters. There’s a third group, which is made up of the children of the adults who originally watched the show, whose parents showed them the episodes on DVD. I am happy that we were able to be true to what the series was and didn’t have to make a lighter version. I think everyone can handle that.”

Bartlett says he is very pleased with the great mix of professionals who worked on the movie—half of them are old-school original Hey Arnold! staffers, and the other half were its target audience. “I think the movie really benefited from the mix. The younger crew were actual fans of the show when it was first on the air, and it inspired them to become animators or writers. They got to work on it with this deep love of a show that only a kid can have. Stu Livingston, who co-directed the movie with Raymie, has such a deep knowledge of the series and was able to offer such great details about the history of the show that none of us would remember.”

Closure Is Cool!

“I was hired years ago to co-direct the movie, and the project got mothballed,” Muzquiz recalled to Animation Magazine. “It took multiple regimes at Nickelodeon until someone thought it was a good idea to reboot the show. So we started to work on the script and refreshed the characters. Really, this movie is the culmination of getting a closure that we had dreamed about for 17 years.”

“We did some trimming along the way,” says the movie’s co-director. “We had to boil down the recaps and character expositions in the first half of the movie. We learned that it’s a good idea if Arnold just goes along on his adventure.”

Muzquiz recalls that back in the early days, he and the rest of the team would talk about the movies they had seen over the weekend. “We were really into Miyazaki movies back then, so we were always trying to find ways to infuse some of those mythological elements, amulets and magical machinery from films like Castle in the Sky into our show. For this movie, we also took great pains to make the characters a bit older, so in a way, we were road-testing them for a sixth season if that happens in the future.”

Both Bartlett and Muzquiz are hoping that fans will be delighted with the movie they’ve been toiling away on for these past few years. “I know it’s a big cliché, but just like fine wine, this property has aged very well,” concludes Muzquiz. “I think the added gravitas and underlying foundation of the show make it stand out from everything else that I’ve ever done in my career. I hope it’s not all in my head!”

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie premieres on Nickelodeon USA on Friday November 24 at 7 p.m. (ET/PT). NickSplat, TeenNick’s programming block dedicated to Nickelodeon’s legendary library of hits from the ‘90s and 2000s, will celebrate Hey Arnold! throughout the month of November with fan-favorite episodes every night from 12:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. (ET/PT). In addition, NickSplat will treat fans to a marathon of every single Hey Arnold! episode beginning Friday, Nov. 17, through Friday, Nov. 24, from 11:00 p.m.–6:00 a.m. (ET/PT). Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie encores Saturday, Nov. 25, and Friday, Dec. 1, at 12:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on TeenNick.

Online at, fans can find out more about the movie and watch exclusive video clips from the film.

* "Sky Rat" has still to be confirmed by Nickelodeon.

Kel Mitchell Reminisces on His 'All That' Days and Hints at a 'Good Burger' Remake

From his days on All That, Kenan & Kel and Good Burger, to acting in the comedy series Game Shakers, Kel Mitchell is a tried and true Nickelodeon kid.

It's been nearly 12 years since the hit show All That came to an end, and a lot has changed for the actor.

He now stars in the popular Nickelodeon show Game Shakers as the character Double G, and he and his wife, Asia Lee recently welcomed their daughter Wisdom to the world.

Despite all those changes in his life, the All That actor still is most remembered for his character Kel on the sketch-comedy show and the show Kenan & Kel, in which he starred alongside his friend Kenan Thompson from Saturday Night Live.

His enduring fanbase is not at all surprising considering the big name guests on the show, like musicians Aaliyah and Usher and basketball legend, Shaq.

The star reminisced on his time, telling E! News, "Me and Shaq had like dance battles and all kinds of stuff—just crazy stories."

Among his many adoring fans includes, Ariana Grande, Tori Kelly and, of course, his older children.

The appreciation comes as no surprise to the actor, who has grown used to the fan encounters, saying, "You get people, like you're on the red carpet and Tori Kelly walks up to you and is like, ‘Oh man, I watched you all the time.'"

The fond memories of starring on the hit show with his friends, combined with the strong fanbase, has inspired plans for an All That reunion, especially after doing a remake of the series on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He said, "I definitely see a revival coming on ever since the Jimmy Fallon reunion we had with Good Burger, Kenan and I have definitely been talking."

As for if he is tired of orange soda, the actor laughed, saying, "I am cool with it, you know what I mean? Of course, I drink more healthier now."

Nickelodeon's brand-new Game Shakers-Henry Danger crossover special "Danger Games" airs Saturday, November 25th at 8:00pm ET/PT on Nick USA.

Check out the rest of E! News's sit-down with Kel in the videos below!

TeenNick USA To Premiere 'Step Up 3' (2010) On Saturday 18th November 2017

TeenNick USA will host the network premiere of the popular movie Step Up 3 (2010), in which a group of street dancers team up with a freshman from New York University for a high-stakes showdown against the world's best hip-hop dancers, on Saturday 18th November 2017 at 8:30pm ET/PT!

New York’s intense street dancing underground comes alive in the third installment of the hit Step Up franchise as the raw, passion-fuelled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke and Natalie, team up with NYU freshman Moose, and find themselves pitted against the world’s best break dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.

Step Up 3 (alternatively known as Step Up 3D) stars Rick Malambri, Adam G. Sevani, Sharni Vinson, Alyson Stoner, Harry Shum Jr., Keith Stallworth, Kendra Andrews, Stephen "tWitch" Boss, Joe Slaughter, and LaJon "Lil Duda" Dantzler.

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