Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Devon Werkheiser Gives 'Ned's Declassified Adult Survivor Guide' Update

Devon Werkheiser has opened up about a potential reboot of his hit Nickelodeon comedy series Ned's Declassified School Survivor Guide! Unfortunately, he's hit a bit of a snag!

Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide follows the lives of Ned (Devon), Cookie (Daniel Curtis Lee) and Moze (Lindsey Shaw) and their adventures in James K. Polk Middle School. The show deals with handling academic subjects, as well as social problems such as friends, lockers, projects, and tests. Each episode focuses on one main issue students normally encounter in school while providing tips on how to handle these situations, both comical and serious. The series originally ran for 54 episodes across three seasons between September 12, 2004 – June 8, 2007, becoming a firm fan favorite.

With many beloved TV shows getting the reboot treatment, fans have been wondering whether Ned's Declassified would be getting the reboot treatment! Taking to TikTok, Devon explained the situation!

It turns out that the actor has been working hard on a adult-focussed reboot of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide over the last two years! Titled Ned's Declassified Adult Survival Guide, the series would see Ned, Moze and Cookie getting out of college and struggling with life in their 20s, with the characters giving tips on how to handle taxes, online dating, self-care, roommates, budgeting, et al.

The series would be similar to the actor's Devon's Life Survival Guide web-series.

Devon reveals that he wants it for both fans and himself, and thinks that it would be amazing to make a self-help sitcom for a generation that needs a friend.

Devon also revealed that Daniel and Lindsey are onboard the reboot, as well as Scott Fellows, the show's original creator and producer.

However, the series has hit a brick wall: They don't own the rights - Nickelodeon and AwesomenessTV do.

Devon revealed that they have taken the idea of the Ned's Declassified revival series to Nickelodeon and AwesomenessTV, however, they passed on the idea, and won't let them sell the idea to another studio/network, meaning that the reboot's currently "dead".

Devon closes his video by saying that he's "really sad" now, and thanks viewers for being fans of the show.

With Nickelodeon producing an iCarly revival for Paramount+, which will pick up where the characters left off nearly 10 years ago, and is said to be working on a Zoey 101 revival, also picking up where the characters are now in their lives, its disappointing that there doesn't seem to be room for a Ned's Declassified revival, especially in these troubled times.

The good news is that the original series is available to stream on Paramount+!


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Original source: Telehit.

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