Showing posts with label Nick Jr. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nick Jr. Show all posts

Friday, 13 July 2018

Nick Jr Africa Has Brand New Episodes Of Your Favourite Shows

Kiva Can Do!
*NEW EPISODES
Kiva is a seven-year-old girl who knows how to make her own fun and whose imagination knows no bounds. Along with her best friend, Saul Dunne and her dog Angus, Kiva can create anything and go absolutely anywhere. Whatever she can dream – Kiva Can Do!
Daily @ 10:45 CAT/09:45 WAT/11:45 EAT

Nella The Princess Knight
*NEW EPISODES
Top Wing is an action-adventure preschool series that follows a team of eager young birds training at the Top Wing Academy. In the first episode: Brand new Top Wing Cadets, Swift, Penny, Rod and Brody, gather at Top Wing Academy where they will learn to pilot their vehicles and become the best rescue team Big Swirl Island has ever seen.
Weekdays 25 June @ 16:20 CAT/15:20 WAT/17:20 EAT

NickJr. Weekend Movie Specials
NickJr. on Saturday nights will keep the kids entertained in August with movie specials of their favourite shows taking them on adventures from the comfort of their living room.
Kids can also catch a repeat of the movies on Sunday mornings.

Dora & Friends – Dragon in the School on 4 August @ 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT & 5 August @ 07:05 CAT/06:05 WAT/08:05 EAT
Dora’s World Adventure on 11 August @ 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT & 12 August @ 07:05 CAT/06:05 WAT/08:05 EAT
Bubble Guppies – The Puppy and the Ring 18 August @ 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT & 19 August @ 07:05 CAT/06:05 WAT/08:05 EAT
Dora’s Big Birthday Adventure 25 August @ 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT & 26 August @ 07:05 CAT/06:05 WAT/08:05 EAT

Friday, 13 April 2018

New Episodes Of Your Favourite Shows Continues In May 2018 On Nick Jr Africa

Week 18
Start Date: 29 April 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Sunday-Thursday
Start Time: 19:30 CAT/18:30 WAT/20:30 EAT
Episode Number: 308, 305, 307
Comment: Start with 22min special Dance Magic #308

Start Date: 30 April 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Monday-Thursday
Start Time: 3:30 CAT/2:20 WAT/4:20 EAT
Episode Number: 308, 305, 307
Comment: Start with 22min special Dance Magic #308

Start Date: 30 April 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 7:30 CAT/6:30 WAT/8:30 EAT
Episode Number: 308, 305, 307
Comment: Start with 22min special Dance Magic #308

Start Date: 30 April 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 15:30 CAT/14:30 WAT/16:30 EAT
Episode Number: 308, 305, 307
Comment: Start with 22mn special Dance Magic #308

Start Date: 5 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Shimmer and Shine: The First Wish
Slot: Saturday
Start Time: 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT
Episode Number: 101-102

Start Date: 6 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Shimmer and Shine: The First Wish
Slot: Sunday
Start Time: 7:05 CAT/6:05 WAT/9:05 EAT
Episode Number: 101-102

Week 19
Start Date: 6 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Sunday-Wednesday
Start Time: 19:30 CAT/18:30 WAT/20:30 EAT
Episode Number: 309-310
Comment: In carts

Start Date: 6 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Sunday-Wednesday
Start Time: 3:10 CAT/2:10 WAT/4:10 EAT
Episode Number: 309-310
Comment: In carts

Start Date: 7 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Monday-Thursday
Start Time: 7:30 CAT/6:30 WAT/8:30 EAT
Episode Number: 309-310
Comment: In carts

Start Date: 7 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Shimmer and Shine
Slot: Monday-Thursday
Start Time: 15:10 CAT/14:10 WAT/16:10 EAT
Episode Number: 309-310
Comment: In carts

Start Date: 12 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Dora in Wonderland
Slot: Saturday
Start Time: 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT
Episode Number: 715-716

Start Date: 13 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Dora in Wonderland
Slot: Sunday
Start Time: 7:05 CAT/6:05 WAT/8:05 EAT
Episode Number: 715-716

Week 20
Start Date: 13 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Nella the Princess Knight
Slot: Sunday-Thursday
Start Time: 19:50 CAT/18:50 WAT/20:50 EAT
Episode Number: 125-127
Comment: Start with #125, rest in carts

Start Date: 13 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Nella the Princess Knight
Slot: Sunday-Thursday
Start Time: 3:30 CAT/2:30 WAT/4:30 EAT
Episode Number: 125-127
Comment: Start with #125, rest in carts

Start Date: 14 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Nella the Princess Knight
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 7:50 CAT/6:50 WAT/8:50 EAT
Episode Number: 125-127
Comment: Start with #125, rest in carts

Start Date: 14 May 2018
Type: Premiere
Title: Nella the Princess Knight
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 15:30 CAT/14:30 WAT/16:30 EAT
Episode Number: 125-127
Comment: Start with #125, rest in carts

Start Date: 19 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Team Umizoomi: The Shape Bandit
Slot: Saturday
Start Time: 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT
Episode Number: 305-306

Start Date: 20 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Team Umizoomi: The Shape Bandit
Slot: Sunday
Start Time: 7:05 CAT/6:05 WAT/8:05 EAT
Episode Number: 305-306

Week 21
Start Date: 20 May 2018
Type: Stunt
Title: Paw Patrol Safety Stunt: Water Safety
Slot: Sunday-Thursday
Start Time: 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT
Comment: Pups Make a Splash

Start Date: 20 May 2018
Type: Stunt
Title: Paw Patrol Safety Stunt: Water Safety
Slot: Sunday-Thursday
Start Date: 5:15 CAT/4:15 WAT/6:15 EAT
Comment: Pups Save Wally

Start Date: 21 May 2018
Type: Stunt
Title: Paw Patrol Safety Stunt: Water Safety
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 7:05 CAT/6:05 WAT/8:05 EAT
Comment: Pups Save the Bay

Start Date: 21 May 2018
Type: Stunt
Title: Paw Patrol Safety Stunt: Water Safety
Slot: Monday-Friday
Start Time: 17:15 CAT/16:15 WAT/18:15 EAT
Comment: Pups Save a Pool Day
Pups Save a Baby Octopus

Start Date: 26 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Blaze to the Top of the World
Slot: Saturday
Start Time: 19:05 CAT/18:05 WAT/20:05 EAT
Episode Number: 201-202
Comment: Pups Save Ryder

Start Date: 27 May 2018
Type: Weekend Special
Title: Blaze to the Top of the World
Slot: Sunday
Start Time: 7:05 CAT/6:05 WAT/8:05 EAT
Episode Number: 201-202
Comment: Pups Save the Diving Bell
Pups Save A Teeny Tiny Penguin
Sea Patrol: Pups Save the Pier

Nickelodeon Unveils Content Pipeline Of More Than 800 New Episodes, Details Expansion Into Location-Based And VR Experiences

Nickelodeon’s Upfront Presentation from Stage of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical Highlights New Shows, including Blue’s Clues Remake; Original Short-Form; New Location-Based and Virtual Experiences.

Presentation Punctuated by Special Appearances by WWE Superstar and 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards Host John Cena; Lip Sync Battle Shorties’ Nick Cannon and JoJo Siwa; Cast Members of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Cast Members, Kat Graham, Brandon Mychal Smith and Josh Brenner; and Performances by the Cast of SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical.

Nickelodeon, the number-one kids’ network, detailed its plans for serving the new and next generation of kids on new and next-generation platforms as it heads into the 2018-2019 season. With content plans spanning its ecosystem, Nickelodeon announced: its largest content pipeline ever–more than 800 brand-new episodes of new and returning series–a 20% increase over last year; opportunities in social through original short-form content; a reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and a remake of the preschool entertainment landmark, Blue’s Clues; moves into areas of emerging tech, with original VR and AR experiences; and location-based experiences, like this summer’s family musical festival, Nickelodeon SlimeFest. Details were unveiled during the network’s annual upfront presentation, held at New York City’s Palace Theatre, home of the critically acclaimed SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical.

“With our share growing and content pipeline in overdrive, we are reinventing ourselves to best serve the new and next generation of audiences on new and next-generation platforms,” said Cyma Zarghami, President, Nickelodeon Group. “Kids are both our anchor and North Star, and that bond with the audience allows us to connect to them everywhere.”

During the presentation, Zarghami previewed the network’s upcoming content slate which includes: a development deal for Los Casagrandes, a brand-new companion series for animated hit The Loud House; Pony, a new animated comedy series developed by Nickelodeon International in the UK; a new game show, Keep It Spotless, executive produced by WWE Superstar John Cena; a second season of Lip Sync Battle Shorties, starring Nick Cannon and JoJo Siwa; the reimagined Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; a remake of the groundbreaking series Blue’s Clues; and Musical Dares, a new short-form series created and executive produced by Nick Cannon, and the first project by Viacom Digital Studios for Nickelodeon’s YouTube channel.

Nickelodeon also reviewed plans to continue expanding its footprint through innovative new partnerships and technologies. Nick announced a new partnership with IMAX to bring to SlimeZone–its first multi-player, social VR experience–to select IMAX VR Centres globally this month. Plus, Nick is unveiling a brand-new AR mode for its number-one Sky Whalemobile gaming app, which averages two million active monthly users and has garnered nearly 30 million downloads.

The network is also expanding its location-based offerings with Nickelodeon SlimeFest, produced in partnership with Live Nation, the multi-day music festival for kids and families.

Nickelodeon also has created and launched a new brand campaign, called “That’s Me,” that showcases kids’ drive to be honest and authentic individuals who celebrate differences and diversity. Beginning this week, Nick will launch the first round of spots, which celebrates history-making women and highlights the brand’s longstanding legacy of strong female characters, to inspire and empower a new generation of girls.

With more than 800 episodes of new and returning series in its pipeline this season, Nickelodeon has content in every genre:

Preschool:
Nickelodeon is the number-one network for preschooler’s year to date, a leading position it has held for the past four years Nick currently owns eight of the top 10 shows for Kids 2-5 this year, led by number-one-ranked PAW Patrol. This season, the network will premiere more than 300 new episodes of returning hit shows, including PAW Patrol, Blaze and the Monster Machines, Shimmer and Shine, and Nella the Princess Knight. Nickelodeon has also greenlit the following new series:

Abby Hatcher, Fuzzly Catcher (26 episodes) –This animated preschool series centers on Abby and her new friends the Fuzzlies, who are amazing and quirky creatures that live in her family’s hotel. Together with her best Fuzzly friend Bozzly, Abby goes on wild adventures to fix Fuzzly mishaps and help them in any way she can. Produced by Spin Master Entertainment (PAW Patrol), Abby Hatcher Fuzzly Catcher features a social-emotional curriculum highlighting empathy, compassion and problem-solving skills.

Blue’s Clues (20 episodes) – This remake of the groundbreaking curriculum-driven, interactive series Blue’s Clues will bring back beloved puppy Blue for an all-new generation of preschoolers. The new series will be produced with a brand-new, live-action host and CG animation. Blue’s Clues was created by Traci Paige Johnson, Todd Kessler and Angela C. Santomero.

Butterbean’s Café (40 episodes) — This animated series centers on a fairy named Butterbean and her adventures running the neighborhood café with her friends. Butterbean’s Cafe features creative cooking, and a social-emotional curriculum that highlights entrepreneurial and leadership skills. Created by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull (Bubble Guppies), the series will premiere later this year.

Fashion Ally (working title, 40 episodes) – This animated series follows a little girl, Ally, in the high fashion world as she makes everything around her a bit brighter, bolder and more brilliant, one design fix at a time. Fashion Ally is created by Paula Rosenthal and produced by Slivergate Media (Sunny Day, Peter Rabbit).

The Swashbuckling Adventures of Capitán Calavera (working title, 20 episodes) – This animated action-adventure series follows 8-year-old Robi Montes, a brave and kind-hearted pirate, as he embarks on daring rescues, searches for treasures and keeps the high seas safe from villains like the nefarious pirate Bonnie Bones in a fantastical Caribbean world. The interactive series is created by Niki Lopez, Leslie Valdes and Valerie Walsh Valdes (Dora the Explorer), and infused with a Spanish-language and culture curriculum.

Animation:
Nickelodeon is the number-one network for Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11 year to date. Besides being home to TV’s top two animated kids’ shows, The Loud House and SpongeBob SquarePants, Nick currently owns eight of the top 10 shows with Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11. The network will air more than 200 episodes of returning animated hits like SpongeBob SquarePants and The Loud House this season, and has announced the following new shows:

Los Casagrandes (working title) – A companion to the animated hit The Loud House, this series in development follows Lincoln Loud’s friend Ronnie Anne and his brother Bobby Santiago as they adjust to their new life in the city, where they now live with their big, loving and chaotic multi-generational family, the Casagrandes.

Pony, an original 2D-animated buddy comedy that follows the life of an average girl, Annie, her (almost) average family and what happens when an excitable, unpredictable, loveable and talking pony comes to live with them in their city apartment. Pony is the first animated series to be greenlit for the U.S. from Nickelodeon International.

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (26-episodes) – This new re-imagined 2D-animated series follows the band of brothers as they discover new powers and encounter a mystical world they never knew existed beneath the streets of New York City. Along for the adventure is the Turtles’ most trusted ally, April O’Neil, a street savvy native New Yorker and Splinter, father figure and sensei to the Turtles. The series debuts later this year.

Live Action:
Nickelodeon is the number-one network for Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11 year to date, with its February performance marking 18 straight months at number one with Kids 6-11. Nick currently owns eight of the top 10 shows with Kids 2-11 and Kids 6-11, led by shows like top-ranked The Loud House, The Thundermans , and Henry Danger. In live action, the network will roll out over 300 brand-new episodes of hit series including Henry Danger, The Thundermans, and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, and the following new and returning shows:

Keep It Spotless (20 episodes) – This new competition series, executive produced by WWE Superstar Jon Cena, features real kids competing in a variety of physical and paint-filled challenges with one goal in mind—to stay as clean as possible. Produced by ITV Entertainment and Hard Nocks South Productions, and based on a UK format from Possessed, Keep It Spotless is scheduled to premiere later this month.

Knight Squad (20 episodes) – This brand-new comedy, which premiered earlier this month, is set at a magical school for knights in training, where two mismatched students (Daniella Perkins and Owen Joyner) form an unlikely alliance to protect each other’s secret and pursue their dreams.

Lip Sync Battle Shorties (10 episodes, season two) – The hit competition series, renewed for a second season, features real kids lip-syncing pop songs in celebration of their favorite artists, while competing for the iced-out Shorties mic. Production will begin in Los Angeles this summer with multi-faceted entertainer Nick Cannon returning as host, along with show sidekick JoJo Siwa.

Short Form:

Musical Dares (10 episodes) – This brand-new, short-form series is a new twist on the classic concept of musical chairs. Created and executive produced by Nick Cannon, the live-action game show will combine real kids, physical competition and a full-blown dance party. Musical Dares is the first project by Viacom Digital Studios for Nickelodeon’s YouTube channel.

Additionally, Nickelodeon’s pipeline is rounded out with TV Movies and tentpoles including, Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling and Invader Zim specials. The brand will also feature three major TV events this year: 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards with returning host and WWE Superstar John Cena; Kids’ Choice Sports in July; and HALO Awards in November.

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 http:// www.nickpress.com . Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Nickelodeon Announces New & Returning Shows, Specials And Events, Plus Slate Of Series Putting Real Kids On TV For 2017+Round Up News (For Africa)

Following its best Q1 performance in
the kids six to 11 demo in five years, Nickelodeon swung into New York for its 2017/18 upfront presentation riding a wave of momentum and touting a content pipeline stacked with nearly 700 episodes of new and returning series.

PRESCHOOL
For preschoolers, the network will
premiere three new animated series
Butterbean’s Café, Sunny Day and Top Wing, along with close to 200 new episodes of returning hit shows including PAW Patrol, Blaze and the
Monster Machines, Shimmer and Shine, Mutt & Stuff and the newly
launched Nella the Princess Knight.

Nella the Princess Knight, which marks Nick's first co-production with U.K.-based corporate sibling Channel 5, centers on an unconventional heroine who goes on marvelous quests to show the world that there's more than one way to be a princess or a knight.
Created by Christine Ricci (curriculum consultant on Blaze and the Monster Machines and Team Umizoomi). It will hit international markets beginning in April 2017, with consumer products launching in early 2018.

Butterbean’s Café, about a fairy who runs a neighborhood cafe with her friends. Created by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull, the creators of Bubble Guppies, the series is produced by Brown Bag Films (Peter Rabbit) in Ireland, picked up for 40 episodes.

Top Wing, a co-production with 9 Story, focuses on a team of eager young Birds as they flock together to help their community and earn their wings as full-feathered rescuers. It was created by Matthew Fernandes and executive produced by Scott Kraft (The Fresh Beat Band, PAW Patrol), picked up for 26 episodes (originally 52epsx11min).

Sunny Day is a brand-new animated preschool series that follows Sunny,
the best hairstylist in her town and a natural leader. Created and produced by Silvergate Media (Peter Rabbit ), picked up the series for 40 episodes over two seasons.

Nick currently owns six of the top-10 programs for kids ages two to five this year, according to Nielsen Media Research, led by top-ranked PAW Patrol.

ANIMATION
For kid-targeted animation, three new series will be introduced, Amusement Park, The Adventures of Kid Danger and Captain Man and Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, while nearly 200 episodes of returning hits including SpongeBob SquarePants, The Loud House and ALVINNN!!! and The Chipmunks are scheduled to launch.

Amusement Park is a result of parentco Viacom’s new five-point turn around plan, which will see Paramount’s film slate include co-branded releases from each of Viacom’s flagship brands. It is the first of a four-film Nick/Paramount theatrical slate and will be directed by Dylan Brown for a July 2018 premiere. A Nick TV series adaptation will follow in 2019.

Ten episodes of The Adventures of
Kid Danger and Captain Man (working title) are also in the mix. Created and executive produced by Dan Schneider (Game Shakers, iCarly), the crime-fighting program is based on Schneider’s top-rated live-action comedy Henry Danger.

The third new series is Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (working title, 26 episodes), a 2D-animated reimagining of the global TMNT franchise. Slated for this fall, the series follows the famous half-shell heroes as they discover a magical new world beneath the streets of New York City. Nickelodeon is currently airing the fifth and final season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and will hit international markets soon.

New 20-episode shows Bunsen is a
Beast, Pinky Malinky and the TV version of digital short-form series
Welcome to the Wayne are also
included among Nick’s 2017
animated lineup.

Bunsen is a Beast!, picked up for 20 episodes, follows two unlikely friends attending grade school. On his first day at a human-grade school, Bunsen befriends a classmate named Mikey, who over time guides Bunsen through the ups and downs of life as a human. The original animated comedy is created and executive produced by Butch Hartman. Nick US premiered the show in February 2017 and will hit international markets soon.

Welcome to the Wayne , picked up for 20 episodes, marks Nick's first digital short-form series to be greenlit for television. The series follows the comedic adventures of two 10-year-old boys exploring the crazy, unpredictable world of their New York City apartment building The Wayne. Welcome to the Wayne is created and written by Emmy Award-winning writer and composer Billy Lopez (The Wonder Pets!, Phineas and Ferb).

Pinky Malinky is a brand new mockumentary and reality show that follows the everyday life of Pinky, an infectiously positive hot dog living in a human world. With his best friends Babs and JJ by his side, Pinky reaches for the stars in the small town of Sackenhack. Co-created and co-executive produced by Chris Garbutt and Rikke Asbjoern (The Amazing World of Gumball ) and executive produced by Scott Kreamer (Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness). Pinky Malinky will star Lucas Grabeel (Glenn Martin DDS) as Pinky Malinky, Diamond White (The Haunted Hathaways) as Babs Buttman, and Nathan Kress (iCarly) as JJ Jameson.

As for live-action, three new series will launch Lip Sync Battle Shorties (pictured), I Am Frankie and recently announced Hunter Street, as well as 300 all-new episodes from Henry Danger, Game Shakers, The Thundermans, School of Rock and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn.

Lip Sync Battle Shorties, picked up for 10 episodes, Viacom-owned Spike’s Emmy-nominated global hit, Lip Sync Battle. The kids version is created and executive produced by Casey Patterson Entertainment and Matador Content, with John Krasinski, Stephen Merchant and Eight Million Plus Productions also serving as executive producers. It will begin production later this year and is set to premiere in the fall. It first aired as one-hour special in December.

I Am Frankie is the story of "Frankie", an experimental android who navigates the perils and wonders of being a teenager. Nickelodeon has ordered 20 x 30 minute episodes. It was originally produced as Yo Soy Franky by Nickelodeon Latin America, the English Version is currently in production.

Hunter Street (formally titled The Ludwigs) is a brand-new comedy-
drama series that follows the comedic adventures of the Ludwig family, a family of five foster children who live in an imposing Amsterdam canal house that also serves as a museum with their parents. When Kate and Erik mysteriously disappear, their five step-children are dragged into a thrilling adventure where the mysterious family history of the Ludwigs is gradually unravelled. Hunter Street is based on Nickelodeon's Dutch television series De Ludwigs (20epsX30min). The international version of the series will star an American cast.

An untitled docu-style special that gives viewers an exclusive look into the life of 13-year-old singer, dancer, performer and social media influencer JoJo Siwa has been greenlit. Nick, in fact, has signed Siwa to a broader multiplatform talent deal encompassing consumer products, original programming, social media,
live events and music.

MOVIES
Rufus 2
What if your dog…became a dude? Manny’s lived that tail! With the help of an enchanted medallion, his loyal dog Rufus is magically transformed into a real boy! Rufus’ top dog antics earn him school-wide pupularity. However – it’s not always a walk in the park, especially with an evil squirrel and an undercover cat on your tail! Can Jace Norman, Jade Petty, and Davis Cleveland use their animal instincts to survive this hair-raising adventure? Find out when the action is unleashed!

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie
is a brand-new two-part animated Hey Arnold! TV movie that will pick up where the original series ended,
resolving unanswered questions and plotlines, including Arnold finally getting answers about the whereabouts of his missing parents.
Coming in November 2017 in the US and then internationally.

Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s
Library
Based on author Chris Grabenstein’s acclaimed children’s book of the same name, Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library is about a group of friends whose overnight stay in their town’s new hi-tech library turns into a daring, dangerous adventure of escape. The 90-minute, live-action TV movie stars Breanna Yde (Nickelodeon’s School of Rock), Casey Simpson (Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn ), Russell Roberts (The Twilight Saga: New Moon) and newcomers AJ Rivera and Klarke Pipkin.

Nick’s hit TV events include the Kids’
Choice Awards and Worldwide Day of Play. The network is already in the
process of signing merchandising
and promotional partners in
categories including apparel, home
furnishings, toys, accessories and
publishing.

ADDITIONAL NEWS

Acquired Programs:

ToonMarty
40epsx11min
In the middle of Toonville, where all cartoons live, sits the Toonmart, where all cartoons hang out. As the Number One (read “only”) employee there, Marty believes his job is to stick his nose in everyone else’s business…And there’s no business Marty likes better than somebody else’s business, except maybe show business! With every bend, bounce, flip and spin, Marty makes a great big cartoony adventure out of everything, and includes everyone in his Marty-Party!

Becca's Bunch
52epsx11 min
Revolves around Becca, a unique little Bird! She has an innate curiosity and a wonderful way of looking at things. From her quirky dress sense to her hobbies to her can-do attitude which allow her big ideas to take flight on the most fantastical adventures with her three best friends - Stewy, Pedro and Sylvia.

Other Programming:

Mysticons
is a brand-new half-hour, animated Girls Action series targeting girls aged 6+. The series tells the epic tale of four girls who transform into legendary warriors and undertake a mythic quest to find a magic tome known as the Codex. They must reach the Codex before Necrafa, the Queen of the Undead, gets to it first and uses it to spread darkness and destruction. The Mysticons come from different walks of life, from princess to street kid, but are brought together by fate to save the world. With their incredible magical weapons and abilities, our masked Mysticons are modern day heroines.

Glitch Techs
is a animated adventure-comedy series that follows two newly recruited kids as they battle video game monsters that come to life in the real world. The brand-new series comes from Eric Robles ( Fanboy & Chum Chum) and Dan Milano (Greg the Bunny, Warren the Ape). The series has been picked-up for 20-episodes.

News:

Nickelodeon Launches All-New On-Air Brand Refresh, Reflecting Playfulness and Imagination of Kids’ Lives
The new look consists of almost 300 deliverables, including bumpers, IDs, promo toolkits and graphic developments that will first roll out across the net’s U.S. linear platform,
followed by online, social media and off-channel. Updated elements for the network’s international channels will then follow.

Harvey Beaks - Ending

Regal Academy
Rainbow is launching a ranch of items later in the year for this top-performing girl-targeted series which bowed out with an epic first season with fans waiting for news on second season of this prestige show.

Henry Danger and Paw Patrol have been renewed for a fourth season.

ALVINNN and the Chipmunks has been commissioned for third and fourth season coming this fall.

The Loud House, School of Rock, Game Shakers, and Shimmer and Shine have all been renewed for a third season.

Pig Goat Banana Cricket viewership has plummeted, possibly with no chance of a third season. In the US, they moved it to Nicktoons for the duration of the second season, not surprised if NickToons in Africa does the same.

AFRICA NEWS

Coming to Nickelodeon in April are Pig Goat Banana Cricket as well as Rufus 2 and Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn; with Game Shakers in May.

Blaze and the Monster Machines will air on Nick Jr in May and Shimmer and Shine in June.

NickToons My Life as a Teenage Robot is scheduled to air in June and My Little Pony in July.