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    Isa TKM

    Isa TKM

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    Nickelodeon
    An original soap opera-like teen program from Nickelodeon Latin America, written by Venezuelan novelist Mariela Romero. Isabella "Isa" Pasquali is a charismatic 14 year old teenager living own typical situations that crosses this age, as the first romantic illusion, first kiss, conflicts with parents and rivalries in college. But also lives the drama of being adopted and the passage of a problematic way music star rising with his band..moreless
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    The Exit List

    The Exit List

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    Nickelodeon
    Contestants compete as two-person teams, with the show operating in two parts, where contestants first try to accumulate as much money as possible by answering questions and then try to escape with the money they have won by recalling the Exit List, a list of answers they have given during the show. Hosted by voice actor Wayne Forester. moreless
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    Kaput & Zösky

    Kaput & Zösky

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2003)
    So just what can you do for a living when you are a born dominator or a lonely terror? Well, you terrorize, you pillage, you conquer. Dumb question. And that's exactly what our two ultimate obliterators, Kaput and Zösky, have in their minuscule spaceship, scanning the horizon in search of planets to conquer, people to enslave, monarchs to dethrone, chaos, mayhem, and obliteration. But, for ridiculous reasons, unbeknownst to even them, their invasions are inevitably colossal failures, and they are systematically ejected from planet after planet. It's not as simple as it looks to be a ruthless tyrant, let alone two of them! Character Guide Kaput: Kaput is the short red-haired one. In his eyes, he is skilled in everything (including martial arts), but usually makes a fool out of himself and his friend Zösky because of his big ego. Zösky: Less obsessed with slaughtering, Zösky, the much thinner one, likes the idea of lying around as he is being served by alien slaves much more than the idea of obliterating the innocent. With Kaput's large ego and Zösky's less than perfect schemes, these two need to learn...from their own mistakes! Kaput and Zösky come from the French comic book "Kaput and Zösky: The Ultimate Obliterators", done by the renowned French cartoonist, Lewis Trondheim, so this show technically falls under the category of shows based on comic books, along with Garfield & Friends and The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. Catch all the action of Kaput and Zösky, on Nicktoons TV Thursdays at 8:00 PM EST & Saturdays at 3:00 and 6:00 PM EST. In addition, Canadian owls can catch the show on Teletoon TV every morning at 3:00 AM EST. Kaput and Zösky is a great show and we hope you enjoy the guide.moreless
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    Shuriken School

    Shuriken School

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2008)
    Shuriken School is a flash animated series from the French animation studio Xilam Animation. The show follows the experiences of a 10 year old boy named Eizan Kaburagi and his two best friends, Jimmy B and Okuni Dohan, as they learn martial arts along with other young students during their first year at a ninja school.moreless
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    Diggs Tailwagger

    Diggs Tailwagger

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    Nickelodeon
    You can't keep a good dog down, and Diggs Tailwagger is trying to raise his status on the Galactic Rover. Diggs Tailwagger will do anything to get his hands on a Galactic Rover, so he is ordered by his leader to do tasks and missions. If he passes, then he gets a new rank, but most likely, he does not pass. He is always messing things up, but he always finds a way out! This new pilot for Nickelodeon hails from the imagination of creative director Derek Drymon of Spongebob Squarepants fame.moreless
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    Super Sloppy Double Dare

    Super Sloppy Double Dare

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1989)
    On Super Sloppy Double Dare, two kids (Usually one boy and one girl) per team would compete aganist two kids on another team. They would answer questions asked by the host, Marc Summers. If they couldn't answer a question, they dared the opposing team to answer for double the dollars (For example: the price was $20, after a dare it was $40). They had to be careful because they could be double dared for four times the amount where they had to answer the question or take a physical challenge where contestants had to do a variety of things that usually included the trademark Nickelodeon gak, goo, and slime. In the end, the winning team would go on to the obstacle course to try to win prizes for each completed obstacle. The course would consist of eight obstacles and if you completed all within 60 seconds, you would usually win a trip. The show ran from 1987 to 1990.moreless
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    Just for Kicks

    Just for Kicks

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2006)
    Whoopi Goldberg, the five-time Kids' Choice Award-winner, presents a new live-action series about four young girls on a very successful girls soccer team. The players, however, are as diverse as you could think. One is a tomboy, one is an A+ student destined for an Ivy League college, one is a rebel, and one is a popular girl. This series chronicles their lives both on and off the soccer field, seeing how each deals with both personal and social issues.

    Developed by Goldberg, who has to her credit at least one of just about every prestigious award out there, including the Emmy, the Oscar, the Grammy and the Tony Award, she is also an executive producer, as are Tom Leonardis, David Brookwell ("Even Stevens") and Sean McNamara ("That's So Raven").

    "Just For Kicks" was originally scheduled to premiere in September 2005, but due to production delays, was moved to April 2006. The show will premiere on April 9th with a one-hour event from 7-8 pm ET/PT in Nickelodeon's TEENick programming block. The show then moves to its regular time, Sundays at 8 pm ET/PT.moreless
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    Dance on Sunset

    Dance on Sunset

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2008)
    Each week, six young dancers get a chance to learn a new dance from a top choreographer, Tony Testa. The dances are both new and old, an eclectic mash-up of just about anything Tony can think of. A Sunset VIP is chosen from the audience at the end of each episode who then gets to dance with the Nick 6. Nick 6: Johnny Shane Hefa Karen Aubree Ashleymoreless
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    Henry Danger

    Henry Danger

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    Nickelodeon
    A 13-year-old boy named Henry Hart, who lives in the town of Swellview, finds a job to be the incredible Captain Man's sidekick Henry Danger, and they both go on action-packed missions and adventures to save the town of Swellview.moreless
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    A Town Called Panic

    A Town Called Panic

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    This stop motion animation show is produced in Belgium. The story centers around a European village surrounded by farms. With the characters Horse, Cowboy, and Indian.
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    Scaredy Camp

    Scaredy Camp

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2003)
    Welcome to the Scaredy Camp guide at TV.com. This Nickelodeon reality show aired as a Halloween special during Nickelodeon's "Fright Fest" in 2002. Two teams, consisting of the Red Team (Boys) and the Blue Team (Girls) competed to solve the mystery of missing camper Dennis Williams at a "haunted" summer camp called Camp Lindenwood (Camp Lindenmere). Season Two aired during August of 2003, where the teams tried to solve the mystery of Camp Counselor Sally, who was haunting Camp Silver Lake (French Woods Festival). Children under 7 may get frightened by thins show, though... The show was hosted by Emma Wilson, daughter Anne Robinson (The Weakest Link).moreless
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    The Boy Who Cried Werewolf

    The Boy Who Cried Werewolf

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    Nickelodeon (TV Movie 2010)
    Brooke Shield and Victoria Justice star in the Nickelodeon TV movie The Boy Who Cried Werewolf. Jordan, played by Victoria Justice, is transformed into a werewolf when she and her family visit their castle in Romania. Only Romanian housekeeper Madame Varcolac, played by Brooke Shields, knows the secrets of the house.moreless
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    Dan Danger

    Dan Danger

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1997)
    Originally On "Oh Yeah Cartoons" Show, Dan Danger is about a TV action hero who in real life is a craven coward who's afraid of his own shadow. The only two people who know this are his Agent Deb and her precocious little girl, Ruthie, who uses her colossial I.Q. to help Dan perform his heroic deeds and protect his reputation.moreless
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    Make the Grade

    Make the Grade

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1991)
    This was the only Nick kids game where there was no slime involved. Three contestants competed in a cross between Jeopardy! & Trivial Pursuit (1993). There were 7 subjects, 6 regular & an elective (IE: English, Math, Science, PE, History, Geography & Music) & 7 grade levels (Elem., 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12) on a 49 square grid board. The contestant chooses a category & grade (IE; Math-7th grade). The first one that buzzed in & correctly answered won that box, placing their desk color (red/blue/green). However, some boxes had surprises which includes... FREE: Get the category &/or grade free. TAKE: Take an opponent's claim & making it your own. LOSE: Must forfeit a box you have already claimed. Then there were the... FIRE DRILLS! In the Fire Drills, the contestants had to perform stunts. The first player to succeed had first choice of desk & so forth for the second & third players. The game's played in two rounds & the first person to have all 7 subjects & grades won the game! Only once, a kid did it so early that they had a 2nd game with 3 new contestants. The winner got $500 while the losers got $50 along with consolation prizes. The bonus round was called the Honors Round. The player had 45 seconds to answer 7 questions in various subjects to win the grand prize (usually a trip + $1,100). However, each correct answer paid $100 so a player can win up to $600 ending up with $1,100 total.moreless
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    Maple Town Story

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    Maple Town Story was an anime produced by Toei Animation and Asatsu during the wonderful age of the 80's. Often you can find more information on it if you search "Maple town Monogatari" since that was its Japanese name. In the US, the series was broadcast on Nickelodeon starting in 1987 and ending in 1993. Maple Town featured a cast of animal characters, mainly young Patty Rabbit (who in the first episode, moves to Maple Town with the rest of her family) and her friend Bobby Bear, and the antics of the hapless criminal Wild Wolf. The show also spawned a line of toys featuring the various animal families, as well as accessories such as houses and cars. In some markets, these toys were called the Sylvanian Families, and are still available in Japan today.moreless
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    Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze

    Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2008)
    Angelica and Susie's School Daze is a spin-off of the Rugrats. Angelica and Susie will be entering pre-school. . The show's pilot will be entitled Pre-School Daze and will air as a Rugrats episode. Characters Angelica Pickles is a spoiled little 5 year old who is also very clever. Susie is Angelica's friend and classmate. She likes to sing. Harold is Angelica and Susie's classmate, and Angelica's friend. He can be seen in All Grown Up! Jake is another one of Angelica and Susie's classmates. Ms.Weemer is Susie and Angelica's sweet preschool teacher. This programe currently airs on Nick Toons UK.moreless
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    Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn

    Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn

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    Nickelodeon
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    The Chair

    The Chair

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    Nickelodeon
    The Celebrity Chair was a primetime gameshow in which contestants sat in a chair in the center of the studio, where they had to answer varying trivia questions as "heartstoppers" were thrown at them. Contestants tried to reach their goal of 250 000 while maintaining a low heart rate in order to win the prize money. The Show was Created by Harry Grant and Hosted by Shamar Stewart.moreless
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    Nickelodeon Robot Wars

    Nickelodeon Robot Wars

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2002)
    3...2...1...Activate! What started out as a national craze in the United Kingdom made its way to the US kids network, Nickelodeon! After its first season, the announcer said "Cease!"
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    Out of Control

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1988)
    By October 1984, Nickelodeon was ready to make itself over. Their personality change included introducing the orange logo that still exists today. And as for new television series, Nickelodeon went way out with Out of Control.

    From the 10- and 30-second spots promoting the show, one could sense Out of Control was a crazy series indeed. Watching an entire show, one saw a few easy, quiet moments, but those were outnumbered.

    Comedian Dave Coulier was host of Out of Control (and its announcer). His job was to talk to guests and introduce segments such as "Let's Eat!," Adult Education" and "How Not to Do Things," but that wasn't easy. His two field re-porters, Hern Burford and Angela (Scoop) Quickly, were stark opposites, involv-ing Dave in their competition. Angela got some important stories under her belt, while Hern made up ridiculous storylines if for no other reason than to get air time for himself. Together or separately, Angela and Hern fronted regular fea-tures such as "Are We There Yet?" and "It's Probably True."

    Further adding to the chaos were Dave's studio technician Waldo and stage manager Diz. Waldo "invented" two machines specifically for the show: the Hurry-Up Machine (with which Dave sped up films of children doing tedious chores) and Ha-Ha 3200, the comedy computer that wrote Dave's material.

    And oh yes, Diz. She patterned her wardrobe and make-up after Cyndi Lauper, kept in step with the trends of '84 (one of which she called "Indianapolis Jones") and helped make the show, at times, "Diz-astrous." One can still hear her high-pitched whistle, made from the back of her throat, in the recess of the brain. All that chaos would lead, inevitably, to Dave's sign language gesture: "Cut it out!"

    What a way to bring Nickelodeon into their new era. Or, as the cartoon critic on the series would say, "That's not a new era. That's stupid!"moreless
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