Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for Wednesday, January 13, 2021 | Nickelodeon

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for Wednesday, January 13, 2021 | Nickelodeon
Rugrats, provided to Creators Syndicate by Nickelodeon, based off the popular animated television series has been created for children and family's to laugh and enjoy together.

Follow these comics and their take on real episodes of the show and their own spin on hilarious adventures.

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Josh & Blue Open Mail from YOU! | Mail Time #1 | Blue's Clues & You!

Josh & Blue Open Mail from YOU! | Mail Time #1 | Blue's Clues & You!

It's a Mail Time party with Josh and Blue! Watch as they open mail from their friends! What do you want to say to Josh and Blue?

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January 2021 on NickToons Global: Dorg Van Dango & Ollie's Pack

Below is a round-up of Nicktoons Global's programming highlights for January 2021!

More Highlights:

December 2020 on: Nickelodeon CEENickToons CEE | Nick Jr. CEE

January 2021 on: Nickelodeon International | TeenNick EuropeNick Jr. Global

About NickToons Global and this guide: NickToons Global is available in Central Eastern Europe, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia and more.. Based on NickToons Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) schedule. All times CET, please check local listings for localised air times. Unless otherwise noted, localised episode titles are Hungarian (Magyar).

--- This December, Nick Toons Global will be airing:

-- Brand new episodes of Dorg Van Dango:

- 2021-01-04 18:45 1x16 Dorg Wants to Bounce / Dorg and the Heatwave
- 2021-01-04 19:10 1x17 Dorg Wants a Wand / Dorg Has a Nightmare
- 2021-01-05 18:45 1x18 Dorg Goes to Adventure Club / Dorg Wants a Scare
- 2021-01-06 18:45 1x19 Dorg the Good Doer / Dorg Wants to Shred
- 2021-01-07 18:45 1x20 Dorg Loves Tacos / Dorg Vesus the Drones
- 2021-01-08 18:45 1x21 Dorg and the Hamster / Dorg Can't Sleep
- 2021-01-11 18:45 1x22 Dorg is Ghosted / Dorg and the Meltdown
- 2021-01-12 18:45 1x23 Dorg and the Germ / Dorg the Troublemaker
- 2021-01-13 18:45 1x24 Dorg Plays Mini Golf / Dorg's Model Behavior
- 2021-01-14 18:45 1x25 Dorg Needs a Shot / Dorg Wants a Shortcut
- 2021-01-15 18:45 1x26 Dorg and the Magicals - season one finale

-- Brand new episodes of Ollie's Pack!:

- 2021-01-18 15:15 1x20 Sour Power / Birthday Shmirthday: A Cleo Badette Documentary
- 2021-01-18 15:40 1x22 Separation Anxiety / The Take Over
- 2021-01-19 15:15 1x23 Release the Hound / Cube is the Loneliest Number
- 2021-01-20 15:15 1x24 Unblocking Bernie / Photo Finished
- 2021-01-21 15:15 1x25  Time Warped / Inspector Ollie Allen
- 2021-01-22 15:15 1x26 Back To The Pack Part 1 & Part 2 - season one finale

"Ollie's Pack" is locally titled "Ollie tuti tatyója" in Hungary and "Super Rucsacul lui Olllie" in Romania.

Dorg Van Dango: új részek (2021. január) | Nicktoons

Ollie tuti tatyója: új részek (2021. január) | Nicktoons

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Januári; évadzáró.

Originally published: Monday, December 21, 2020.

Original source: Mentrum.

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ViacomCBS Consolidates Nickelodeon, Awesomeness Live-Action Production

Nickelodeon's Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin to oversee live-action for both brands as Awesomeness’ Shelley Zimmerman exits

ViacomCBS’s Kids & Family division is consolidating all of its live-action production under one team, the company announced on Tuesday, January 12.

The team, led by Nickelodeon executives Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin, will oversee development, current series and studio content for both the Nickelodeon and Awesomeness brands. Syrinthia Studer will continue in her role overseeing the combined live-action film studio. All three report to ViacomCBS Kids & Family president Brian Robbins.

The move to streamline the division’s live-action operations comes as Shelley Zimmerman, executive vice president of live-action studios for Awesomeness, has opted not to renew her contract and step down from her position and exit the company after nearly six years.

The move brings Phelan back into the Awesomeness realm, having joined Nickelodeon’s as senior vice president of live-action scripted content from Awesomeness in late 2018. Olin joined her in late 2020.

Current live-action series at Nick include the All That revival, the Henry Danger spinoff Danger Force and Tyler Perry’s Young Dylan, among others. Recent live-action series from Awesomeness include PEN15 and Light as a Feather at Hulu and the two-season drama Trinkets at Netflix.

“As our content grows in demand from both our own audiences and from third-party platforms, consolidating all scripted live-action under Shauna and Zack streamlines our process to make the biggest creative impact possible,” Robbins said in a statement. “Syrinthia, Shauna and Zack are a formidable team of terrific storytellers, and they’re delivering an exciting slate of films and series that have been tailored to the full expanse of demos we serve, from kids to Gen Z.”

He continued, “Shelley and I have worked together throughout the years, and she is an incredibly talented and savvy creative executive. We wish her the absolute best and are so grateful for her leadership and contributions to Awesomeness’s studio success with hits like To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, PEN15 and Trinkets.”

Originally published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021.

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'Dora the Explorer' Reboot in the Works

Dora the Explorer co-creator Valerie Walsh Valdes is currently working on a reboot of her hit animated Nickelodeon preschool series!

Not much is currently known about the Dora the Explorer reboot, including whether it'll air on Nickelodeon and/or Nick Jr., or stream on Paramount+ (the new name for ViacomCBS' streaming platform, CBS All Access). Paramount+ recently ordered a revival of Nickelodeon's iconic comedy iCarly, which will stream exclusively on the platform.

Dora the Explorer, created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh Valdes and Eric Weiner, is a play-along, animated adventure series starring Dora, a seven-year-old Latina heroine whose adventures take place in an imaginative, tropical world filled with jungles, beaches and rainforests. She explores her world just as preschoolers do every day, and the show is designed to actively engage its audience in an interactive quest using a variety of learning techniques.

In every episode, Dora and Boots invite the audience to participate in an exciting adventure, where each step of their journey consists of a problem or puzzle that Dora and the audience must think their way through in order to solve the next problem. Dora is proudly bilingual and uses her knowledge of English and Spanish to communicate with her friends, overcome obstacles and reach her goals. In each episode, Dora teaches Spanish words or phrases to the viewers and then asks them to use it to solve a problem and forge ahead. Ultimately, Dora and her best friend, Boots, triumph, and the story always ends with a "We Did It!" anthem.

Dora the Explorer ran for 178 episodes over eight seasons between August 14, 2000 – August 9, 2019.

The series inspired two spin-off animated series, Go, Diego, Go! and Dora and Friends: Into the City!. and the recent live-action movie, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, starring Isabela Merced.

The news follows Nickelodeon recently rebooting preschool favorite Blue's Clues as Blue's Clues & You!.

The news was first reported by Deadline.

Originally published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at 00.26 GMT.

H/T: Special thanks to @kancsn01 for the news!

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'NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon' Scores Impressive Ratings

The ratings are in! CBS Sports and Nickelodeon got kids and families into the game with a special slime-filled presentation of the National Football League’s Wild Card game between the New Orleans Saints and the Chicago Bears on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 4:30 p.m. (ET).

This is the first time that Nickelodeon has aired a football game, and it appears to have paid off big, with 2.061 (0.82) viewers tuning in to catch the “Nickified” game, making the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon one the most-viewed show on Nickelodeon in nearly four years!

The ratings reportedly exceed what execs expected.

Nickelodeon’s coverage begun with “The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special,” a sports-themed compilation special at 4 p.m. (ET) hosted by the Denver Broncos’ Von Miller, which highlighted SpongeBob’s best sports moments and featuring pre-kickoff appearances by CBS Sports’ Jim Nantz and Tony Romo, as well as Eagle, Burleson and Green. “The SpongeBob SportsPants Countdown Special" was watched by 1.054 (0.40) viewers.

As the game didn't start until 4:40 p.m., the 10 minute pre-show, NFL Wild Card Kick-Off was reported separately, and was watched by 1.656 (0.67) viewers.

With very impressive ratings like these, viewers should expect to see more “Nickified”  sports on Nickelodeon in the future.

The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon featured one-of-a-kind kid-focused content and Nick-themed elements throughout, including a special halftime presentation, guest reporters and original on-field graphics, virtual filters and more, such as a Slime Zone equipped with Slime Cannons and a SpongeBob goalpost graphic.

Play-by-play announcer Noah Eagle was be joined by CBS Sports’ analyst Nate Burleson and Nick star Gabrielle Nevaeh Green (All That, Nickelodeon’s Unfiltered) in the booth to call the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon. Additionally, Nick star Lex Lumpkin (All That, Nickelodeon’s Unfiltered) ­­­will served as a reporter during the game.

The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon featured a special sneak peek of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years, which follows 10-year-old SpongeBob SquarePants and his pals as they spend their summer building underwater campfires, catching wild jellyfish, and swimming in Lake Yuckymuck at the craziest camp in the kelp forest, Kamp Koral. The series will debut in 2021 on ViacomCBS’s rebranded streaming service Paramount+ and then on Nickelodeon later in the year.

Official ViacomCBS press release:




Sunday’s Game Delivers More Viewership than Any CBS Sunday Wild Card Game in Seven Years

THE NFL ON CBS’ Super Wild Card Weekend coverage on Sunday, Jan. 10 (4:40-7:55 PM, ET) on CBS and Nickelodeon scored a win with viewers of all ages as an average of 30.653 million viewers watched the Chicago Bears-New Orleans Saints NFC Wild Card game across both networks.

● The 30.653 million viewers on CBS and Nickelodeon make it the most-watched game of Super Wild Card Weekend.

● The combined viewership of the game peaked with 33.625 million viewers from 7:00-7:15 PM, ET.

● The 30.653 million viewers for Sunday’s game delivered more viewership than any CBS Sunday Wild Card game in seven years (30.882 million; San Diego-Cincinnati on Jan. 5, 2014; 1:06-4:20 PM, ET).

● Sunday’s telecast on Nickelodeon was the network’s most-watched program among total viewers in nearly four years, delivering 2.061 million viewers (P2+), up triple digits (+245%) versus the comparable window a year ago. 

● CBS All Access, which features live streaming coverage of all NFL ON CBS games, delivered strong viewership for both NFL ON CBS Super Wild Card Playoff games, with each game driving triple-digit growth in minutes watched and double-digit growth in streams compared to the NFL ON CBS Wild Card Playoff game in 2020. CBS All Access viewership also is included in Nielsen television ratings.

● The first-ever NFL telecast produced for kids and family generated more than 2 billion potential impressions on social media on Sunday. Nickelodeon was the No. 1 trending topic in the United States on Twitter during the afternoon, and #NickWildCard and Spongebob also trended in the Top 10 in the U.S. on Twitter.

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Grown-Ups Loved the N.F.L. on Nickelodeon. But What About Children?

The cable channel aired a slime-filled version of the Bears-Saints wild-card game on Sunday, to the delight of many adults. But the goal was to convert children into football fans.

When Michael Thomas scored the first touchdown of Sunday’s wild-card game between the Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints, fans watching the game on CBS saw a close angle of him spiking the football. Fans watching on Nickelodeon, the children’s channel, saw something much more exciting: digital slime cannons spewing Nickelodeon’s signature green goo all over the end zone.

“There we go with the slime cannons. Ayyy, that is epic!” said Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, a 15-year-old Nickelodeon star and one of the game’s commentators.

It takes more work than you might expect to get the slime cannons right. “Getting the slime consistency in the cameras, to the Nick team, was a big thing,” said Shawn Robbins, the coordinating producer for the game. “I was on a lot of emails where it was ‘tweak this a little more.’”

Nickelodeon has long featured various sports and athletes on its television shows — and has also had a robust presence at the Super Bowl in recent years — but broadcasting a full N.F.L. playoff game is a first. It went all out on something it thought the children and teenagers, who are its core audience, would enjoy.

The score display and digital information superimposed on the field were done so in bright orange, lime green and purple. A giant image of the cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants appeared on the nets behind the field-goal posts. Players were given googly eyes and hamburger hats. The Saints quarterbacks Drew Brees and Taysom Hill were compared to an even more famous duo: SpongeBob and his best friend, Patrick Star.

The differences were not limited to digital ephemera. Rules that adult football fans are assumed to understand were instead explained. An analyst, former N.F.L. wide receiver Nate Burleson, made frequent use of (sometimes tortured) analogies, at one point explaining that driving down the field was like studying, and that snaps in the red zone were the test. Noah Eagle, the play-by-play announcer, said excitedly at one point that New Orleans receiver Deonte Harris was “hotter than a Peruvian puff pepper.”

That is a reference to an episode of the Nickelodeon show “Drake and Josh” from 2005, when Eagle, who is 24, was just 8.

Green, who was attending her first N.F.L. game, wasn’t asked to understand football like Burleson, who played in the league for 11 years. But Robbins still wanted to get her a one-page cheat sheet for each team. Instead, a production assistant accidentally included her on the same distribution list for the game notes that went to Tony Romo.

“Her mom sent me an email that said, ‘Um, hey Shawn, what do we need to know from this 800-page packet?’” Robbins said.

Until recently, it was hard to imagine Nickelodeon showing an entire N.F.L. game. “We are not encouraging anybody to play or not play. We are there as fans, and we are celebrating as fans,” Cyma Zarghami, then Nickelodeon’s president, told The New York Times nearly three years ago in response to questions about associating a channel for children with a violent sport that can cause head trauma.

“The actual sport doesn’t ever actually get to Nickelodeon,” she said.

But the sports media landscape has changed since then. Nickelodeon has a new president, Brian Robbins. It is also part of a new corporate structure, which brings with it different imperatives. In 2019, Viacom — which owned cable channels like Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central — remerged with CBS, which pays the N.F.L. a billion dollars annually to show its games.

“This is sort of a dream come true for kids to get their version, sports their way, on the network they like to watch it on,” Brian Robbins said in an interview. “What changed is Viacom and CBS merged and made it a lot easier to make it happen.”

He was unequivocal about how he viewed the broadcast. “Nickelodeon’s broadcast of the wild card game was one of the greatest moments in the history of Nickelodeon,” he said.

All of the N.F.L.’s television contracts expire in 2021 and 2022. CBS may still be thought of as the Tiffany Network at league headquarters, but in some ways it has a weaker hand to play than its rivals. ViacomCBS is much smaller than competitors like the Walt Disney Company (ABC and ESPN), Comcast (NBC) and AT&T (DirecTV and Warner Media), and it has more than twice as much debt on its balance sheet as the similarly sized Fox Corp.

Putting Sunday’s game on Nickelodeon in addition to CBS was one way to potentially impress the league ahead of negotiations. Viewership for the N.F.L. would increase, along with the opportunity to capture a new generation of football fans.

“This came out of conversations with the CBS Sports team and the N.F.L. when there was going to be another wild card game,” Brian Robbins said. “They were negotiating to get the rights and somebody suggested a broadcast simulcast on Nick. I think the N.F.L. really was enthused by that opportunity, which kind of sealed the deal for us, for CBS to get the rights to broadcast an extra wild card game.”

ESPN, albeit without a children’s channel, has pursued a similar strategy, bringing its “MegaCast” production — typically used for the college football national championship game — to its Sunday wild-card game. The Baltimore Ravens’ victory over the Tennessee Titans was shown on six different ESPN channels: ABC and ESPN (traditional), Freeform (fun), ESPN2 (coaches’ room), ESPN+ (analytics-focused) and a Spanish-language broadcast on ESPN Deportes.

Television networks have long used big football games to advertise their other offerings, and Nickelodeon’s wild-card game was no different. There were commercials for other Nickelodeon shows and a section in players’ bios that included their favorite Nickelodeon show. Members of the reboot of the teen sketch show “All That” did impressions throughout the game; in an awkward moment, an impression of the rapper Cardi B segued into a referee calling a personal conduct foul and a microphone in the nearly empty stadium picking up a player yelling an expletive.

Shawn Robbins, who normally works on sports studio shows for CBS, was assigned the playoff game back in August. Most of the cameras and video feeds were borrowed from the CBS broadcast, but a test game in December showed that the Nickelodeon broadcast needed to control at least a few of its own cameras. On a typical broadcast, the cameraman will zoom in on whoever scores the touchdown. But Nickelodeon needed touchdown shots to stay wide, in order to fully showcase the slime cannons.

Oh, and the hamburger hats. “There are certain kinds of shots we needed. We needed a little extra headroom to put a hamburger on their head,” Shawn Robbins said.

The broadcast seemed like a hit, at least according to the reaction of mostly older millennial and middle-aged sportswriters. “To have the game stripped of all its self-importance and hubris was an absolute delight,” wrote Sports Illustrated.

But the excitement of sportswriters who have seen hundreds of N.F.L. games is not the same thing as success. They are not the target audience — children are.

Most important for Nickelodeon is how many of them watched, data that will be available Tuesday, though Brian Robbins said the early numbers are good, and that the N.F.L. was “thrilled.” Most important for the N.F.L. is whether this alternative broadcast helps turn more children into the kinds of football fans who will ask their parents to take them to games or to buy jerseys, and who eventually pay for their own tickets to games when they become adults.

That’ll take a lot longer to figure out.


From TheWrap:

Nickelodeon’s Slime-Heavy NFL Playoff Telecast Scores Channel’s Biggest Audience in 4 Years

Nearly 14 times more viewers watched Chicago vs. New Orleans on CBS

Nickelodeon’s special broadcast of an NFL playoff game on Sunday was not only a hit on social media. The Chicago Bears-New Orleans Saints matchup drew more than 2 million viewers for the kids-focused network, marking its biggest audience in nearly four years.

On CBS, the game was watched by 28.6 million viewers, bringing the total between the two networks north of 30 million. That made it the most-watched game of the entire weekend, which featured six games for the first time. CBS also aired the Indianapolis Colts-Buffalo Bills game on Saturday afternoon.

The Nickelodeon broadcast featured its own announce team, filled with stars from “All That,” as well as Nick-themed graphics including “Spongebob SquarePants” and that trademark Green Slime.

Some of the differences also included an explanation of NFL rules by “Young Sheldon” star Iain Armitage, and comparisons of Saints quarterback Drew Brees and teammate Taysom Hill to SpongeBob and Patrick. While Nick has ventured into sports in the past with the Kids Choice Sports Awards, this is the first time the network has aired a live pro game.


This weekend was the first under the NFL’s newly expanded playoff field, which added an additional team to each conference. Saturday and Sunday each featured a triple-header. As the playoffs continue into next weekend, it’s back to two games apiece on Saturday and Sunday for the division round.

Saturday features the Green Bay Packers hosting the Los Angeles Rams on Fox, followed by NBC’s coverage of Baltimore Ravens-Buffalo Bills. On Sunday, CBS will carry Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Cleveland Browns, while Tom Brady leads the Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Saints to close out the weekend on Fox.


Why Slime Time worked in NFL prime time on Nickelodeon

Nate Burleson didn’t waste a moment. Upon learning Nickelodeon had chosen him to be the color analyst for the network’s debut broadcast of an NFL game, the former receiver turned to his unofficial advisors: his two teenaged sons, and his 10-year-old daughter.

“I knew old shows on Nickelodeon, but I didn’t want to be Mr. Retro,” said Burleson, 39, an NFL receiver for 13 seasons. “I asked them, ‘What are the newest ones? What are they coming out with in 2021? What are the characters that really stand out to you guys?’”

Young Mia Pearl set him straight.

“My daughter’s like, ‘Alright, here’s the situation: In the Loud family, there’s 11 kids, and Lincoln Loud’s the only boy. And it’s all chaos,’” Burleson said. “Then my son jumps in and says, ‘Yeah, but all the girls are different, and that’s what makes the house so crazy because he’s always caught in the middle of everything.’

“And I’m thinking the quarterback can be Lincoln Loud, and there’s 11 kids, so that also means that the other 10 players on the field are all different, and that’s how they make it work. OK, cool.”

That’s a peek into some of the film study Burleson did for Sunday’s playoff game between Chicago and New Orleans, an innovative and delightfully goofy departure for the traditionally buttoned-down NFL, which only a few years ago didn’t as much as allow end-zone celebrations.

“The idea was to captivate and cultivate a new fan base, younger people who might not otherwise watch the game,” said play-by-play announcer Noah Eagle, 24, the Clippers radio broadcaster whose father, Ian, calls NFL games for CBS. “We wanted to explain enough so that those people, those kids watching their first football game, could have at least a general understanding of what was happening.”

At least judging by the reaction on social media, it was a smashing success. The game, which was broadcast by CBS, attracted roughly 30-million viewers, with about two million of those tuned into the kids’ network.

“I’ve done games before, and some people love you and some people hate you,” said Burleson, who co-hosts “Good Morning Football” on NFL Network. “But I’ve never seen such an overwhelming response to a broadcast like I did after this one. It was humbling. I felt so thankful and blessed to be a part of it.”

The virtual graphics for Sunday’s game included slime cannons showering the end zone with green goop after a touchdown, neon down-and-distance graphics, a giant Sponge Bob between the uprights on field-goal attempts, and a Bikini Bottom-themed first-down line. The replays were spiced up with smoke, fire and explosions, thanks to a team of animators at network headquarters in New York who augmented the footage then sent it back at lightning speed.

A graphic of Young Sheldon would pop up to explain a penalty, Saints running back Alvin Kamara was compared to Alvin of the Chipmunks, and Chicago quarterback Mitch Trubisky was likened to the aforementioned Lincoln Loud.

In the Superdome stands were cardboard cutouts of 24 Nickelodeon characters, including Sponge Bob, Dora the Explorer and the Ninja Turtles. The broadcast team included teenaged Nickelodeon stars Gabrielle Nevaeh Green and Lex Lumpkin.

“We could humanize the players more than in a normal broadcast, talking about their favorite ice cream flavor, or the fact that [Bears tight end] Jimmy Graham is afraid of heights,” said Eagle. “Things like that you don’t necessarily hear when it’s third-and-four midway through the third quarter of a one-score game.”

Burleson, always ready with the apt analogy or explanation, was the star of the show. He wasn’t condescending or patronizing, but described situations in ways everyone could understand.

“I was trying to put myself in a kid’s shoes when I was watching the game,” he said. “I was asking questions that a 10-year-old might ask, and I was just thinking to myself: ‘What if a kid is confused about why they’re marching down the field? And how hard is it to score once you get closer?’

“I said, ‘Imagine getting a first down is like little homework assignments, and then once you get close to the end zone, that’s your test. The homework assignments, they’re hard. But they’re not as hard as scoring. If you score a touchdown, that’s getting an A on a test.’”

He recounted the arc of Trubisky’s season and how he was benched.

Said Burleson: “I said, ‘By benched, I don’t mean the guy is sitting on the bench on the sideline. Put it like this, being benched by the NFL is like being grounded. When you’re grounded, you have to clean up your room, make sure you do all your homework, do the dishes and the chores around the house. It’s the same thing in the NFL. You’re benched, and then you have to prove to your coach — kind of your parent — that you’re ready to go outside.”

Eagle picked up on that thread, saying that because the Bears weren’t ready to let Trubisky stray from the conservative game plan, he wasn’t necessarily grounded anymore but couldn’t leave the yard, either.

“Nate was as perfect a choice for a main analyst that they could have had,” Eagle said. “He has a knack. He’s really smart, and explained everything in perfect terms. He had a comparison for every situation. The biggest thing was that us having fun just came through the screen.”

Both Eagle and Burleson said they spent hours after the game reading texts and tweets. One message in particular, from a Hall of Fame quarterback, was most meaningful to Burleson.

“Kurt Warner texted me right after the game,” he said. “I’m paraphrasing but he said, ‘My son, who had been in a traumatic accident, we had never watched a game together. But for the first time in his life, I was able to sit down and watch a game with him because he loves Nickelodeon.’ That was a special text for me.”

New Orleans won the game, and the Nickelodeon crew had pretty much packed up its gear when the cell phone of producer Ken Mack buzzed.

“We were heading to our cars when Ken got a call from Saints public relations,” coordinating producer Shawn Robbins said. “We thought we might have kept Cam Jordan too long for our interview. And Saints PR said, ‘Hey, where are you guys? Coach needs to get slimed. We’ve got to do this right now.’

“Our talent is gone. Our slime is packed up. We scramble and get our slime, and coach [Sean Payton] says, ‘You guys can’t get out of here. I’m going to get killed on the internet unless I get slimed right now.’”

So on camera, in front of the Saints’ locker room, Nickelodeon dumped a bucket of green goo all over the head of a crouching Payton. A perfect ending to a perfect day.


More Nick: Nickelodeon and Paramount+ Release Sneak Peek of 'Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years'!

Originally published: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 20:53 GMT.

Source: Anime Superhero Forum /@whoisretro; Additional sources: The Spun, CNBC, Awful Announcing.

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Nick on CBS All Access: January 12, 2021 Update

CBS All Access, the soon-to-be rebranded streaming service from ViacomCBS, today (Jan. 12) added more content from Nickelodeon's programming library, including many preschool favorites!

Here's the full list of Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. shows added to CBS All Access today!
  • As Told By Ginger - seasons 1, 2 & 3; includes the un-aired in the U.S. "Battle of the Bands" special and "Wedding Frame" movie.
  •  series finale, "The Wedding Frame"
  • Classic Double Dare - season 1, originally aired in 1987
  • Rank the Prank - season 1
  • Oswald - season 1
  • Oobi - season 1
  • Ricky Zoom - season 1
  • Becca's Bunch - season 1
  • Blue's Room - seasons 1 & 2
  • The Fresh Beat Band - season 3
  • Gullah Gullah Island - seasons 1, 2, 3 & 4
  • Maurice Sendak's Little Bear - seasons 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
  • Zoofari - season 1
  • The Upside Down Show - season 1
Additionally, last Tuesday (Jan 5.), CBS All Access added Mutt & Stuff!

More Nick: Nickelodeon and Paramount+ Release Sneak Peek of 'Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years'!

Originally published: Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 19:55 GMT.

H/T: Special thanks to @KPGamingz; Additional sources: Nickandmore!, Nickstory Archives.
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‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’: Aang’s Voice Actor Zach Tyler Eisen Reveals He Does Keep Up With the Fandom

It’s hard to imagine that it's nearly been 16 years since Avatar: The Last Airbender premiered its first episode on Nickelodeon. Frozen in ice and time, Aang emerged as the young hero the world didn’t realize it was waiting for.

The beloved character was voiced by Zach Tyler Eisen who was roughly the same age as Aang when he landed the gig. Though he stays low-key and fans joke about him vanishing like the Avatar, the former ATLA star recently opened up about his time on the show, its resurgence on Netflix, and love for the fandom.

After ATLA and its sequel The Legend of Korra both ended their runs on Nickelodeon, fans could stay abreast of the series’ cast and creators through event panels and celebrations. Comic-Con, Sac Anime, and Twitch have all hosted The Last Airbender events, but Zach Tyler Eisen often skipped opportunities to sit on a panel.

That changed with the cast reunion hosted by StageIt on Jan. 9. He joined other Gaang members of Team Avatar and shared why he stays out of the spotlight and what the series meant to him.

Eisen said that after the show ended, he went to high school and wanted to be a “normal kid,” and not work as an actor anymore. “In terms of what the show meant to me — so much. And it’s all come back to me this year thanks to Netflix,” he said.

Eisen stated he’s watched the entire show for the first time since working on it and had a blast. Korra is next on his watchlist.

Eisen stays in tune with the ‘ATLA’ fandom

When asked about his low profile on social media, Eisen said he keeps his accounts private but is aware of the fun chatter about the show. “My favorite thing that happens every now and again is I’ll just be scrolling on whatever app and I’ll see an Avatar meme or something that’s completely unrelated, and I love it,” he shared.

He also possesses some ATLA comics and fan art, including a piece depicting the hilarious cactus juice scene. Eisen thanked the creative artists who might have been watching the reunion for the gifts.

He also said that he sees the Reddit threads, gets tagged about the series, and his friends who are fans of ATLA are always sharing the latest internet scoop with him. He appreciates all of it.

But Eisen prefers to stay behind the scenes in his personal life, and it just so happens that these days, he works in the entertainment industry behind the camera too.  

Eisen did 1 interview in 2020

Eisen surprised fans when he popped up on the Ted Jones World vlog for an interview in June 2020. While he and the host talked about many things, he did relay that watching the series brought back so many memories of being in the booth and acting out the scenes.

Eisen said it stirred up old emotions and recalled Aang is probably the biggest role he’s ever had in his acting career. Now, fans may be able to spot him on rare occasions at ATLA online events, but be sure to follow Dante Basco and other cast members on social media for updates.

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YTV Canada Premieres 'Unleashed'; Nickelodeon Canada Premieres 'The Crystal Maze'



Judges Peyton List, Preacher Lawson and Utkarsh Ambudkar to Decide
Which Acts are the Most Entertaining Pets Around

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From the backyard to the big stage, the search is on for America’s most entertaining pets in Nickelodeon’s all-new comedic competition show, Unleashed (10 episodes).  Hosted by superstar comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, the series brings the most impressive animal acts together to compete on stage in front of a jury comprised of kids and celebrity judges Peyton List (Cobra Kai), Preacher Lawson (America’s Got Talent, Connecting) and Utkarsh Ambudkar (Brittany Runs a Marathon, Free Guy) for the title of “Most Entertaining Pet” of the night.  Unleashed will premiere on YTV Canada on Friday, January 8, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. (ET/PT).

Said Iglesias, “We have a squirrel that can water ski, enough said! You have to watch Nickelodeon’s Unleashed!”

Each episode of Unleashed will feature three animal-loving pet owners and their loyal companions as they take the stage to showcase their pet’s extraordinary talents.  From jaw-dropping tricks to hilarious skills, the pet contestants demonstrate their unique abilities… but anything can happen once the cameras start rolling.  Acts throughout the season include a water-skiing squirrel, a cheerleading goat, a hedgehog with a knack for agility tricks and a soccer-playing horse.  As each act performs, the celebrity judges and kid jury give their reactions before voting to crown the “Most Entertaining Pet” of the night.

Iglesias is no stranger to Nickelodeon, having appeared in season 6 of Nickelodeon's hit sketch comedy series All That in 2000.

Online at, fans can find out more about their favourite YTV shows. Fans can also follow YTV on Instagram and subscribe to the YTV YouTube channel for the latest YTV news, highlights, schedules, videos and games.

Unleashed is produced by Fremantle (America’s Got Talent, American Idol, Celebrity Family Feud, Double Dare), with Jayson Dinsmore and Joni Day serving as executive producers.  Nikki Varhely-Gillingham (The Masked Singer) serves as executive producer and showrunner, with Nickelodeon’s Vice President of Unscripted Content Mandel Ilagan also serving as executive producer.  The series is directed by Ivan Dudynsky (The Voice, Hollywood Game Night).  Production for Nickelodeon is overseen by Rob Bagshaw, Executive Vice President, Unscripted Content.

Unleashed made its world premiere on Nickelodeon USA on Thursday, October 22.

Update (1/13) - In additional news, Nickelodeon Canada recently premiered The Crystal Maze USA!

About Fremantle

Fremantle is one of the largest and most successful creators, producers and distributors of scripted and unscripted content in the world. From the Got Talent and Idol franchises to “My Brilliant Friend,” “Family Feud,”, “The Young Pope,” “American Gods,” “The Price is Right,” “Neighbours,” “The X Factor” and “Deutschland 83” - Fremantle is behind the world’s most-loved and most-watched shows.

Fremantle has an outstanding international network of production teams, companies and labels in over 30 countries - the Fremantle family includes UFA (Germany), Wildside (Italy), Abot Hameiri (Israel), Miso Film (Denmark, Sweden and Norway), Blue Circle (Netherlands), Original Productions (USA) and Easy Tiger (Australia) to name a few.

Fremantle produces in excess of 12,000 hours of original programming, rolls out more than 70 formats and airs 400 programs a year worldwide. Fremantle also distributes over 20,000 hours of content in more than 200 territories.

As a world leader in digital and branded entertainment, Fremantle has more than 370 million subscribers across 1,500 social channels and over 100 billion views across all platforms - and is the creator of Facebook’s most viewed video of all time, “The Sacred Riana.”

For more information, visit, follow @FremantleUS or visit its Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

About Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon, now in its 41st 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 brand includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, location-based experiences, publishing and feature films. For more information or artwork, visit Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of ViacomCBS Inc. (Nasdaq: VIACA, VIAC).

About YTV

Celebrating over 25 years on the air, since its launch in 1988, YTV features high quality programming from entertaining live-action comedies and reality series for kids and their families, to night time drama for teens. With hosted dayparts such as the popular after-school block The Zone and weekend movies for the entire family in Big Fun Movies, there are plenty of entertaining options for viewers of all ages. For more information about YTV, please visit YTV is owned and operated by C


Originally published: Tuesday, December 29, 2020.

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Voot Kids in India to Premiere New Movie 'Motu Patlu Vs Dr Destroyer' on Thursday 7th January 2021

Voot Kids, Viacom18's leading SVOD app for kids in India, will host the digital premiere of Motu Patlu Vs Dr Destroyer, a brand new movie based on Nickelodeon India's hit CG-animated series, Motu Patlu, on Thursday 7th January 2021!

"When the evil Dr. Destroyer gets on a mission, watch how Motu Patlu team up to save the precious Kohinoor. A digital exclusive on Voot Kids app tomorrow, 7th Jan.

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The streaming service also premiered Motu Patlu in Hong Kong on Friday, January 1, 2021!:

Update (11/1) - VOOT Kids has exclusively premiered a brand new season of Keymon Ache!

Originally published: Wednesday, January 06, 2021.

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Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for Tuesday, January 12, 2021 | Nickelodeon

Classic Rugrats Comic Strip for Tuesday, January 12, 2021 | Nickelodeon
Rugrats, provided to Creators Syndicate by Nickelodeon, based off the popular animated television series has been created for children and family's to laugh and enjoy together.

Follow these comics and their take on real episodes of the show and their own spin on hilarious adventures.

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'NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon' Director Hints That Nick Could 'Nickify' More Football Games in the Future

On Sunday, January 10, Nickelodeon and CBS Sports got kids and families into the game with a special slime-filled presentation of the National Football League’s Wild Card game. The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon between the New Orleans Saints and the Chicago Bears featured one-of-a-kind kid-focused content and Nick-themed elements throughout, including a special Minecraft-themed halftime presentation, guest reporters and original on-field graphics, virtual filters such as slime cannons and the Slime Zone, and more to bring the game to life.

The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon was a massive hit with fans, who took to social media to express how much they were enjoying it - with many saying that they preferred it to the more "conservative" version of the broadcast.

However, fans have been wondering, will Nickelodeon's iconic slime be unleashed on another NFL game in the future?

Well, the one clear takeaway from the Nickelodeon and CBS partnership to broadcast the game is that CBS Sports executives and production people were blown away by the positive response, particularly on social media. 

“I’d love to see it done again for the championship game,” Suzanne Smith, the longtime CBS Sports director who directed the Nickelodeon broadcast Sunday told The Athletic. “Of course, the ultimate would be to do it for the Super Bowl. But it took a tremendous amount of work to get to this point. We worked on it for months and months. The way the technology works, I don’t think it’s something that you could do every week. But from all accounts, it was an enormous success. Everybody was happy about it.

“We tried to incorporate a lot more the human side of it for kids. I thought we did a good job weaving all of that in," added Smith.

Although Nickelodeon hasn't announced plans to "Nickify" more games, it seems that we could still see some more slime-filled football games in the future! In previous years, Nickelodeon has had a big presence at the Super Bowl, so it wouldn't be too surprising to see more slime at the biggest game of all!

Would you like to see more NFL games "Nickified"? Let me know in the comments below!

From Variety:

After Nickelodeon Football, CBS May Try Other Sports Experiments

Putting professional football on kids-TV outlet Nickelodeon might at first blush seem like something of a Hail Mary. But CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus knew his team had completed a crucial pass by game’s end, when the winning team’s head coach, Sean Payton, agreed to be doused with Nick’s signature green slime.

CBS Sports said Tuesday that the Nickelodeon broadcast, part of a wide series of interesting experiments with NFL football this past weekend, scored. A game between the Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints tailored to its young audience represented was the network’s most-watched program nearly four years. An average of 2.06 million viewers tuned in to see touchdowns celebrated by virtual cannons shooting green slime and Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, one of the members of Nick’s “All That” sketch-comedy show, rattling off stats that included players’ favorite ice cream flavors.

“I think it’s probably the first of many collaborations between CBS Sports and the Viacom platforms,” says McManus in an interview, referring to the 2019 merger of CBS and Viacom.

As more TV viewers migrate to streaming venues to watch their favorite scripted programs, live sports – already one of most prominent economic pillars holding up the media industry – are taking on even more of a burden. Big media companies like ViacomCBS, Walt Disney, Fox and NBCUniversal have been experimenting with new kinds of formats and distribution models they can use to get audiences who might normally have less interest in a basketball game or golf match to go ahead and give one a try.

That’s what happened this weekend as CBS put one of a new series of NFL Wild Card games on Nickelodeon and the streaming video hub CBS All Access; as Disney tested new game concepts that put a different game on the young-audience skewing Freeform and its broadband outlet ESPN Plus; and as NBCU put its Sunday night Wild Card game on Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo as well as its streaming outlet Peacock (complete with a bespoke post-game show).

CBS Sports and Nickelodeon executives spent nine months ironing out the details of how a young audience might watch a game, McManus says. He put specific emphasis on “how are we going to broadcast the game itself and still make it attractive to audiences of all ages.”

For every shot of a player walking around with a filter of a hamburger on his head and for every animated first-down line shown with a moving coat of green slime, the announcers made sure to weave in the details of the game. Actor Iain Armitage, who plays the title character in the CBS sitcom “Young Sheldon,” appeared frequently amid the bottom-of-the-screen graphics to explain a ruling (Nickelodeon followed the game broadcast with several episodes of the series). And announcers Noah Eagle and Nate Burelson made sure to quiz Green about what she thought might happen next or whether she understood what was taking place during game action.

“Over and over, we heard how enjoyable it was for parents to watch with their kids of all ages,” says McManus. “We had hoped that was going to happen, but in reality, it did.”

CBS probably isn’t going to bump its main football team of Jim Nantz and Tony Romo for Green and Lumpkin (at least, not yet), but might there be more Nickelodeon football in the future? “We haven’t made any decisions yet. We are still kind of analyzing it,” says McManus. “I think if we do it again, it would be on very select events, but we really haven’t made any decision about going forward.”

Meanwhile, who knows? Maybe the idea of a Masters golf broadcast on TV Land isn’t just a pipe dream any more.


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The Smurfs and Athletes Today Ink New Licensing Pact for India

The Smurfs (IMPS-Lafig Belgium) and Athletes Today are proud to announce a new Licensing partnership for India

Blue and small, standing only three apples tall, the Smurfs value team spirit and loyalty. They might be hard to tell apart at first, however, each Smurf has his or her own particularity.

The little blue characters have been entertaining generations of kids and families all around the planet and this new partnership with Athletes Today will contribute to expand their popularity and bring joy to the fans in India.

Peyo’s beloved characters are set to make a high-profile TV comeback in a brand-new dynamic 3D version. Built on pure Smurf DNA, the new series for girls and boys is taking the charm and wacky comedy of the original to even greater heights, fitting in perfectly with today’s faster-paced world, an explosive package full of adventure and humour for the whole family to enjoy!

The Smurfs New TV series will be broadcasted in India on Nickelodeon and on Free-to-Air Channels.


Quote from The Smurfs :
“It was important for The Smurfs to have an agent in India and we’re thrilled to have Athletes Today on board to maximize the value of The Smurfs brand across a broad range of consumer products that embody the colourful world of The Smurfs.” says Véronique Culliford, President & Founder of IMPS / LAFIG and daughter of Peyo. “This partnership will ensure the introduction of an innovative program of The Smurfs branded products in India.”

Quote from Athletes Today:
“We are truly honored and excited to be representing The Smurfs in India. With the release of new TV series in 2021 we are looking at onboarding licensees across categories such as apparel, back to school, novelty items, etc. “ says Smita Mishra, Managing Director, ATSM.

About Peyo, IMPS (International Merchandising Promotions & Services) & Lafig
IMPS/Lafig , is the official licensors of the little blue-skinned characters ‘The Smurfs’. Over the years, IMPS/Lafig (since 1984) have worked in close collaboration with their agents worldwide to develop successful licensed merchandising programs, retail- and co-branded promotions, publishing activities, broadcasting deals, theme parks, live shows, video games, online games, Smurf music … that have secured the everlasting success of the Smurfs.

IMPS/Lafig is run by Véronique Culliford, the daughter of Pierre Culliford, the creator of the Smurfs, who is better known under his pseudonym Peyo.

About The Smurfs New TV Series:
The Smurfs – A Peyo Productions and Dupuis Audiovisuel production, in collaboration with KIKA, TF1, VRT and RTBF, with the participation of Wallimage (La Wallonie), of Screen Flanders, of BNPPFFF and with the support of the Tax Shelter of the Belgian Government and the participation of the CNC.

52 episodes / 11 minutes / 3D CGI

© Peyo Productions – Dupuis Edition & Audiovisuel – KIKA – VRT – RTBF

About Athletes Today:
Athletes Today is a sports, entertainment & licensing agency where we believe in pushing the boundaries in order to improve the ecosystem. We started the licensing division few months back to foray into character & sports licensing industry with an aim to deliver the authentic licensed merchandise to fans in India.

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ICM Partners Signs ‘Dora The Explorer’, ‘Santiago Of The Seas’ Duo Valerie Walsh Valdes & Leslie Valdes

ICM Partners has signed Valerie Walsh Valdes and Leslie Valdes and will represent the couple, who co-created and executive produce Nickelodeon's latest hit preschool series Santiago of the Seas, in all areas.

Leslie Valdes and Valerie Walsh Valdes. ICM

Valerie is most known for co-creating and executive producing Nickelodeon’s iconic children series Dora The Explorer. She has also served to co-create and executive produce spinoffs Go, Diego, Go and Dora And Friends.  She is currently developing a reboot of Dora the Explorer.

As a showrunner, Valerie has produced more than 300 half hours of animated television, seen in over 150 countries, and translated into 30 languages. Additionally, she has won a Peabody Award for Outstanding Children’s Programming, multiple NAACP Image Awards, Imagen Awards and Parent’s Choice Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards.

Leslie kicked off his television professional career as a staff writer for Dora the Explorer. He also served as the head writer and producer of Disney Junior’s The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. He has also written for The Backyardigans, Handy Manny, and for Simon & Schuster’s Spotlight imprint, where he’s published 10 children’s books.

At Peach Blossom Media, Leslie co-developed and served as head writer for the interactive TV series Olive and the Rhyme Rescue Crew! He also co-developed and wrote the pilot for the animated series Shapes.

Additionally, Leslie co-wrote the adaptation of the live Dora the Explorer musical, The City of Lost Toys, which had extended run at Radio City Music Hall.

The premiere of Santiago of the Seas in October 2020 during National Hispanic Heritage Month garnered the biggest L+3 lift Nickelodeon has ever had for a preschool launch.  The premiere posted a 96% increase with Kids 2-5, up from 2.6 (L+SD) to 5.1 (L+3). Ratings with Latinx viewers grew triple digits and accounted for over a third of the overall Kids 2-5 viewership.  Additionally, 40% of the premiere’s audience were brand-new preschool viewers to Nickelodeon.

Co-created by Niki López and infused with a Spanish-language and Latino-Caribbean culture curriculum, Santiago of the Seas is an action-adventure series (20 episodes) that follows 8-year-old Santiago “Santi” Montes, a brave and kind-hearted pirate, as he embarks on daring rescues, searches for treasures and keeps the high seas safe in a fantastical Caribbean world.

Valerie and Leslie are represented by Fred Toczek at Felker Toczek Suddleson & Abramson LLP.

The news was first reported by Deadline.

Originally published: Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at xx.xx GMT.

H/T: Special thanks to @kancsn01 for the news!

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Culture Fly Lifts the Lid on All the 'SpongeBob' Goodies in the First-Ever Bikini Bottom Box

Culture Fly has lift the lid on all the spongeriffic SpongeBob SquarePants items which will be featured in the first-ever The Bikini Bottom Box!

The first-ever The Bikini Bottom Box will contain:
  • SpongeBob SquarePants Vinyl Figure
  • Chum Bucket Bucket Hat
  • Mrs. Puff's Boating School Mug
  • 'Recipe for a Krabby Patty' Recipe Book
  • The Krusty Krab T-Shirt
  • Pineapple Pencil Holder with Sharpener
  • The Krusty Krab Enamel Pin

One of each item per box.

There are now fewer than 100 boxes left! So make sure to reserve yours before they're gone forever! Visit to reserve your Bikini Bottom Box today!

From the same people behind The Nick Box comes The Bikini Bottom Box, the first-ever SpongeBob SquarePants subscription box is here!

Each Bikini Bottom Box brings fans exclusive SpongeBob SquarePants merchandise to your door 4 times a year. Each box is packed with exclusive apparel, accessories, collectibles, homeware and decor inspired by iconic moments from the show. A new box is delivered quarterly, every season. A total of four boxes a year. Fans can order their Bikini Bottom Box online. Annual plans start at $39.99 a box.

The Bikini Bottom Box will launch with its winter 2020 edition.

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