Nickelodeon can’t get enough Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as the network has announced the voice cast for the upcoming animated series, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
BOOM! Studios and Nickelodeon are excited to announce ROCKO’S MODERN LIFE, a new ongoing comic book series based on the popular animated show about everyone’s favorite wallaby!
[Television] Stan Sakai and Kevin Eastman team for Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season Five
Turtles fans turned out for Nickelodeon’s Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 on Friday, July 21.
PRESS RELEASE Hey Arnold! fans got off their stoops for Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!: From Hillwood to the Jungle! at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 on Friday, July 21. Marc Snetiker (Entertainment Weekly) moderated a panel of the series’ classic voice actors Lane Toran (Arnold), Jamil Walker Smith (Gerald), Francesca Marie Smith (Helga), and Anndi McAfee (Phoebe), and the new generation of talent featured in the upcoming TV movie—Mason Vale Cotton (Arnold) and Benjamin “Lil’ P-Nut” Flores, Jr. (Gerald). Original series creator Craig Bartlett and composer Jim Lang were also featured on the one-of-a-kind panel, which treated fans to an exclusive first-look
[Television] Nickelodeon unveils first footage for Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling special at #SDCC 2017
Remember Rocko’s Modern Life? It was another one of those animated series from the ’90s that were secretly targeting adult audiences, who ended up falling in love with the characters. Now, Nickelodeon is back with a brand-new television special, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling.
Remember the Rugrats? Of course you do, they made watching Nickelodeon cool for adults. Now BOOM! Studios and Nickelodeon are bringing the Rugrats to comics.
The Happy Happy! Joy Joy!: 25 Years of Nickelodeon Original Animation panel took place today at the San Diego Comic Con, and top creators were on hand to reflect on their favorite animated programs.
PRESS RELEASE: Nickelodeon and The Splat–the network’s programming block dedicated to Nick’s legendary library of hits from the ‘90s and 2000s–are blasting open the vaults for a slime-tastic, immersive experience at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2016 that’s bound to be All That, and more. Headquartered at its 1,800 square-foot booth (#4113) on the convention floor, Nickelodeon will pay tribute to some of its most memorable shows and popular characters with activations, games, panels, talent signings and interactive design elements featuring: Legends of the Hidden Temple, Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, Double Dare, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, CatDog, Rocko’s Modern Life, and Invader Zim,
PRESS RELEASE: In celebration of Nickelodeon’s 25 years of animation, the network is talking cartoons with its first-ever podcast, Nickelodeon Animation Podcast, launching today on iTunes, SoundCloud, YouTube and nickanimationpodcast.com.
PRESS RELEASE: Nickelodeon and California State University, Fullerton’s Begovich Gallery present “Happy Happy Joy Joy: 25 Years of Creator-Driven Animation,” an exhibit that goes behind the scenes and into the minds of the creators who ushered in a new era of groundbreaking animation on TV, beginning in 1991 with the launch of Doug, Rugrats, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and continuing on with landmark hits like Rocko’s Modern Life, Hey Arnold!, SpongeBob SquarePants and more. The public retrospective exhibition will be open from April 16 through May 22 at Begovich Gallery located on the Fullerton campus. Admission is free.
Nickelodeon has given the greenlight to Bunsen is a Beast by ordering 20 episodes of the animated series.
In an interview with Variety, Nickelodeon announced that it is currently in the development stages for a television movie based on their popular 90s cartoon Hey Arnold! The movie is set to pick up directly where the television series left off and provide answers to series-long mysteries such as: where are Arnold’s parents? Hey Arnold! creator Chris Viscardi was recently promoted to the position of Vice President of Content Development for Franchise Development, leading one to speculate that Hey Arnold! may only be the first of many popular series destined for revival in the coming years. President of Content Development and Production at