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When I first picked up a really cool racing, I thought that this was the best racing game that I would always play it on the PC and Playstation. Its name was Nicktoons Racing.
It is a crossover racing game (if some of you don't know what it is) which you play as your favorite Nicktoons characters. It was relleased on Gameboy Color, Gameboy Advanced, Playstation, PC, and Arcade. I would play it all the time that I would always play as the Angry Beavers.
But what if this game made it to the Xbox 360 both in High Definition and with Xbox 360 exclusives that you won't find on other consoles. I think that this should happen because I think it would be a lot better to play it without having it so blurry and on the big screen.
The fans ask that are the creators of the Rugrats and the Wild Thornberries really considering bringing some of their shows back and they said:
Gabor and I have a great fondness for both those shows and their characters. We hear on a regular basis from fans that have big love for the shows we’ve produced. It would be an honor for Gabor and I to be creatively involved in bringing back "Rugrats" and "The Wild Thornberrys".
Would you ask Nickelodeon to do ALL of us a HUGE favor?
there are lots of people that look forward to new episodes of ICarly and the show has a huge fanbase nationwide.
Ok, basically I want to bring Danny back. It was a awesome cartoon!
I want another season.
TUFF Puppy has been on Nickelodeon for 2 Years and i think it needs a DVD release, they put Seperate Episodes on some Spongebob DVDs, but it's not the same.
In lieu of Recent news with regard to the postponement of the premieres of the new episodes of T.U.F.F. Puppy, we have decided to appeal to you, the production team of Nickelodeon Studios Inc. to give ear to our appeals and our pleas with regards to the said show.
1. The recent announcement of the postponement of the premiering of the episodes "Dog House" and "Time Waits for No Mutt" has sparked tension within the fan-base of this show. Though we may not be fully knowledgable about what may have caused such action to have been taken, we wish to express and convey our concern regarding this matter. The said show has experienced a very slow release of episodes during these past months; this also has happened in the past year during the summer. In good faith, we appeal for a more rapid and consistent release of episodes.
2. The show in question has been reputed as a hometowned show by many of its critics. Contrary to these erroneous claims, It has also been proven that the said show has done magnificently in an international standard and in other foreign sectors of Nickelodeon Inc. Ratings, based on independent sources in Nick Asia, with regard to the show, have been doing exceptionally well and has been patronized by many viewers.
3. Reasonable doubt has been cast in regard to such claims of the show having very dismal standings. Contradictory to claims of abysmal ratings during its early days. You, yourselves, have claimed early success to the show citing it has risen rapidly to "#2 in the network" in a brief time. According to some sources T.U.F.F. Puppy, in the last couple Saturdays of October in 2010 was among the top-rated animated shows. The reason for this was its time-slot, then it was 10 AM Eastern Time. No network can expect high ratings if a show is aired only in the early mourning, so here we beg of you to give T.U.F.F. Puppy a more accessible time-slot for its viewers.
On August 10th, 2012 we heard news of the Nickelodeon show, Victorious getting cancelled. It was Nick's choice, Dan had no say in it whatsoever. I believe it is because Nickelodeon had a strict "60 episode" rule, but other shows have gone beyond that! So why take away such a popular Kids' Show? ...That's been nominated for Emmys?! The show won't even get its full run-through!
Do you just leave the fans hanging because of some stupid "60 episode" rule that's ludicrous to begin with? Other great shows have also been cancelled due to this rule, why ruin another good show?
iCarly, filmed in the studios of Nick on Sunset, first hit the national airways with the pilot episode "iPilot" on September 8th, 2007.
Since its first episode, iCarly has become one of the best shows on Nickelodeon. Produced by Dan Schneider, whose other credentials include All That, The Amanda Show, Zoey 101, and the newest production: Victorious.
Sadly, Dan Schneider has announced that the 4th season will be the Series Finale of iCarly. A show that has dominated Nickelodeon for the past 5 years. We can not let this happen.
CatDog is about the adventures of two conjoined brothers, one being a cat and the other a dog.
"Avatar: The Last Airbender" also known as "Avatar: The Legend of Aang" was created in 2005 and aired for three seasons on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons Network. It has been awarded in the Primetime Emmy Awards, Annie Awards, Peabody Awards, and various others since it's debut in 2005.
The abrupt ending of the series has caused a sense of emptiness for the fans of the series, and a 4th installment is encouraged by the fans DESPITE THE CREATION OF THE LEGEND OF KORRA.
The producers of the show have expressed they feel no need to extend the series to a 4th "season", but many fans feel the need to extend the great storyline of Avatar.
This petition is to show a vast support and demand for a new season of Avatar: The Last Airbender. The new storyline may or may not follow the original aftermath of "Sozin's Comet."
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In November 1988, Nickelodeon joined the USF team to make its very first studio. In June 1989, Nickelodeon filmed its first show there, that show was Super Sloppy Double Dare. On June 7, 1990, the studio (along with the park) officially opened. The facility was a working studio where many Nickelodeon and Nickelodeon GAS shows were produced, with the first being Double Dare.
It consisted of soundstages 18 and 19, along with a central building between them that housed both Nickelodeon production offices, dressing rooms, makeup rooms, the Gak Kitchen and the Game Lab live show located on Stage 17 for guests of Universal Studios Florida. Soundstage 21, located directly behind Stages 17 and 18, was also part of the production facility in the early 1990s when a larger sound stage was needed for the taping of Nickelodeon GUTS and Global GUTS. Stage 21 was not "owned" or part of the studio contract Nickelodeon had with Universal, but was leased separately for the duration of Nickelodeon Productions on the stage.
While Nick Studios was in production there were many orange benches scattered around the facility, incorporating shapes like a human footprint, carrot, finger, cruise ship, wave, cloud, etc., reflecting the network's station IDs. Some of these benches have been moved to the "Control Room" at Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast. Also scattered around the property were Nicktoons cutouts for photo opportunities. A gift shop was also located near the slime geyser, featuring then-popular Nickelodeon characters on the front of the building.
The facility, which had been experiencing a steady decline of visitors each year since 2000, and had an even bigger decline after a hurricane damaged the studio in 2004, permanently closed its doors on April 30, 2005, after Nickelodeon had gradually moved its administration to the MTV Networks headquarters in Santa Monica, California, and One Astor Plaza in New York City and its live-action production arm to the Nickelodeon on Sunset complex on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The final program taped at Nickelodeon Studios was Nickelodeon SPLAT! on August 17, 2004.
The Slime Truck and the Nick at Nite taxi were both removed in 1998
The Slime Geyser in front of Soundstage 18 was removed in May 2005.
The trademark "Nickelodeon" sign above the facility was removed in January 2006.
A time capsule buried by the network in 1992 in front of Sound stage 18 was removed in August 2006 and was replaced with concrete. The time capsule contained items deemed important to the children of 1992 as voted upon by Nickelodeon viewers, including a new Nintendo Game Boy, an issue of Nickelodeon Magazine, a Home Alone VHS tape, clips of Nickelodeon station IDs and various other toys. The time capsule was scheduled to be opened on April 30, 2042, 50 years after its burial. The capsule was later reburied at the Nickelodeon Suites Resort in Orlando.
At this time, Stage 19, as well as the second floor control room in the center building between stage 18 and 19, is home to FSN and Sun Sports Network. It is also being used as a storage area for Universal Orlando parade floats, and to train sporting events for My Family's Got GUTS, which is a revival of the classic Nickelodeon game show GUTS. The green room at Nickelodeon Studios is even being used as a green room for My Family's Got GUTS, and has remained exactly the same as it did when earlier Nickelodeon productions used it, albeit with new furniture. Much of the Nickelodeon signage is still visible in the second floor hallways including multiple Ren and Stimpy murals. Currently, the Tube that runs above Soundstage 19 that was part of the Nickelodeon tour, is now used for storage of several old props and A/V equipment, along with storage for the Blue Man Group. Additionally, the Gak Kitchen is used as the break room for the Front of House staff of the Blue Man Group and the space that formerly housed Game Lab is now a special event room for Universal Studios and the Blue Man Group.
On November 9, 2006, Universal Orlando announced that sound stage 18 would be redesigned to become a 1,000 seat permanent venue for Blue Man Group. The new venue opened on June 1, 2007. During the construction phase of new theater, no cosmetic changes were made, with the exception of the addition of the new Box Office in the Pavilion. The sound stage was painted black with three giant blue heads, the main building was painted white with black and blue trim, and the side of Stage 18 was painted black with blue, yellow, and red paint splats. The facility was renamed the Sharp Aquos Theatre. Additionally, inside the building the dressing room signs remain the same that were used during the time of Nickelodeon, as well as the "Production Crew Only" orange splat signs which have not been changed. Overall, areas not accessible to guests have remained the same as they were during the time of Nickelodeon, including the wall murals in the Main Hallway (a blurred picture of a DoubleDare taping), 2nd Floor Tube (Blue's Clues), 2nd floor hallway (original Nickelodeon Studios Mural) and the guest escalator: now closed off by storage and a temporary wall that makes a rehearsal area (The Wild Thornberrys).
The queue for Nickelodeon Studios was used by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling for queueing up audiences for its production of TNA Impact! in Stage 21 prior to the opening of the Sharp Aquos Theatre. The gate beside the new venue is now a meeting point for non-park audience members to enter the Universal Studios production facilities.
We do not want the Sharp Aquos Theatre, we want Nickelodeon Studios back!
Help Actor, Model, and Music Artist, Nicholas Tetreault get on Nick's Hottest new show True Jackson, VP!
Sign this petition to help make it happen!
Do you remember, when Nickelodeon used to air on Nick that got canceled? Nick now only show shows like Spongebob, Fairly Odd Parents, iCarly, The Mighty B, Ned's Declassified, and so on. Nicktoons Network stinks to because it used to be great back in 2002 with its original name Nicktoons TV and had no commercial breaks.
I'd say this is all Viacom's fault and needs to be fixed by law enforcement. I don't even know why Viacom bought Nickelodeon. It doesn't need that.
The Invader Zim Tv show, it aired on the Television channel Nickelodeon, the 2000's. It was a successful show, winning 3 awards and being nominated for 7 more, of the one that was won being an Emmy. And as the show reached the midway mark in the second season, the show was canceled, leaving 10 unfinished episodes left in the season.
And for these final episodes many of the mini half episode and one of the double episodes had the voices recorded, and many of the others have the scripts written for the episode.
"As Told by Ginger" was a well known show, and many grew up watching this cartoon along with Hey Arnold, and Rocket Power, for example. Many argue that this show sets a bad example, especially to younger people watching it. There are tons of people who watched this show as a young second or third grader, and are not in any way harmed.
We definitely would try not to let younger kids watch it, but instead, ask to air the show at a later time, along with the other teenNICK episodes.
"As Told by Ginger" was a real down-to-earth show that preps you and mocks the so-called popular people. It covered real topics like death, popularity, family and had a way of not being too cartoon-ish. It sets a good example actually of Ginger's good relationship with her mother. It was made in the 90's, along with some of the greatest shows, and brings back memories for any.
Many (including myself) would not be the same person they were today if it weren't for this show. Take a stand and show that you want this show back!
People don't get to watch there nick shows for a few hours.
Every Nickelodeon Fan wants a Nick Rewind Channel, so here is a Petition for it.
Recently they haven't shown avatar except when they had the new ones.
has anyone missed the show that once used to be on nickelodeon called ''the complete savages''? I know i have! It was made in 2004. It was about a family (the savages) of six, 5 boys and their dad, and sometimes their uncle Jimmy. It was a comedy and i want it back!
Rugrats: The best and longest running Nick-Toon on Nickelodeon. Most everyone loved it. Then after about 14 years of airing it was canceled. If this was on season DVD’s all the old fans could remember their childhood and newer generations of children could also enjoy it. It’s almost as if it has faded into oblivion.
Rugrats needs to be brought back somehow. It is depressing when you can barely find the show on TV.
1. Canceled Hey Arnold!
2. Never worked on the 2nd Hey Arnold! Movie.
3. Needs to start making it.
4. Needs to put Hey Arnold! back on the air.
i grew up watching rugrats i watched it ever since i was three yrs. old and even my sister who is now 21 misses rugrats my cousins and my whole family misses rugrats you can't just take it off air: it was a family favorite!
As told by ginger was funny.
Many petitions on this site have been directed to Nickelodeon to reform it's programming, bring back shows of the past and eliminate sub standard shows of the present.
However in the early 2000's a new channel emerged on enhanced cable networks called Nicktoons TV, which was a breath of fresh air for people frustrated with Nickelodeons current practices. It showed predominantly older, cancelled shows, as well as a few contemporary shows, and had no commericial brakes. Indeed, it was a sigh of relief from the increasingly sub standard quality of the regular Nickelodeon channel.
However around 2005/2006, Nicktoons TV began to change for the worse, beginning to resemble it' s host channel more and more. First it began when the channel decided to begin airing commerical brakes. This was an upset for fans of Nicktoons TV who enjoyed the channels no commercial stance. Things got worse later in 2006 when the channels name changed to Nicktoons Network. This was an obvious indication that changes in the network were abroad.
One by one the classic shows, the draw of the network to begin with, were either removed from the network completly or had their time slots greatly reduced. They were replaced by ORIGINAL (and utterly terrible) shows such as Kappa Mikey and others. If Nickelodeon wants to make an original NEW show, put it on NICKELODEON, not Nicktoons Network! At the moment Nicktoons Network shows nearly all either contemporary or their own original shows, which should be on regular Nickelodeon.
This is an outrage and a total contradiction of the reason why Nicktoons TV/Network was given to us in the first place. Now it is time for this to change...we, the undersign of this petition, request the following of Nicktoons Network...
1. Get rid of commercial breaks
2. Eliminate your "original" shows and move them to a time slot on mainstream Nickelodeon (i.e. Kappa Mikey, Secret Show, etc.)
3. Cut down time slots of currently airing shows (i.e. SpongeBob Squarepants, Fairly Oddparents, Jimmy Nuetron, My Life As A Teenage etc.)
4. Bring back or greatly add on time slots of CLASSIC shows (i.e. Rocko's Modern Life, Angry Beavers, Kablaam, Action League NOW!, etc.)
If you did this, the fans of Nickelodeon would greatly appreciate this and we would be very happy.
Don't let Danny Phantom be put out of production! Show Nickelodeon that we don't want him to be put out of production!
June 14, 2006
All over the U.S., everybody wants better shows to be aired on Nickelodeon and Nicktoons Network.
I've already told them to merge together, so I'm just listing the shows, activities and shorts that need to be put on. Here we go:
Drake & Josh
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
The Angry Beavers
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Rocko's Modern Life
Pinky & The Brain
Are You Afraid Of The Dark?
Legends Of The Hidden Temple
Nickelodeon Robot Wars
The Amanda Show
Tiny Toon Adventures
Salute Your Shorts
You Can't Do That On Television
Nicktoons Summer Beach House
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
A Very Aggressive Vegetable
Prometheus & Bob
Action League NOW
Astrology With Squidward
Sniz & Fondue
May 14, 2006
Legends of the hidden temple was the coolist and most unique show on nickelodeon. It brought knowledge and athletic abilty into 1 and was just plain fun for kids.
It went of the air in september of 1995 and i think that they should bring it back for the kids today to be on just like 11 years ago. If you agree with me please sign this petition!
April 22, 2006
We, the undersigned, would like to inform you that you are losing most of your older audience.
We would like to request that in order to fix this problem you would create a television channel that has the following shows:
The original All That
Kenan and Kel
Solute Your Shorts
The Secret World of Alex Mac
Are you Afraid of the Dark?
The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Ledgends of the Hidden Temple
Rocko's Modern Life
Clarissa Explains it All
The Mystery Files of Shelbie Woo
Ahh! Real Monsters
The Angry Beavers
Wild and Crazy Kids
Allen Strange, and any others we might have missed.
Thank you, we would greatly appreciate it.
February 21, 2006
We kids are happy about Nickelodeon making an old school Nick channel called Nicktoons Network but we are tired of seeing re-runs.
Shows like Rocko's Modern Life, Ren & Stimpy, The Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold!, etc. need to have new episodes. Rocko's Modern Life lasted from 1993 to 1996 , only 3 years. Ren & Stimpy lasted from 1991 to 1996, only 5 years.
The Angry Beavers lasted from 1997 to New Year's Day 2006, almost 9 years. Hey Arnold! lasted from 1996 to 2004, almost 8 years. So, as you can see, by the numbers, these TV shows have NOT lasted as long as they should be.
This petition is sent to Nick and if we don't get any signatures then they can't make new shows, so please take a moment to sign. I appreciate your help.
January 28, 2006
Everyone has loved the show My Life as a Teenage Robot ever since it premeired on Nickelodeon on August 1, 2003.
But now whenever I look on the TV schedule it isn't there! I think Nickelodeon is CANCELLING it!!!
I need some other people who are obsessed with MLaaTR to help me!
We can do it if we work together!