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Even in the wilds of The Jungle Movie, Hey Arnold! rarely loses sight of its heart

It’s been 13 years since the last new episode of Hey Arnold!, “Phoebe’s Little Problem/Grandpa’s Packard,” aired on Nickelodeon. But the show’s true finale was “The Journal,” a two-part, story-within-a-story that told the tale of how Arnold’s absent parents met, married, and gave birth to a son in the fictional,…

Nickelodeon has now fired Loud House creator Chris Savino after sexual harassment allegations

Variety reports that Nickelodeon has suspended [Update: and now fired, see the full statement below] animator Chris Savino, creator of the network’s popular cartoon The Loud House, reportedly over multiple accusations of sexual harassment. The well-received show—which featured the network’s first same-sex married…

Rocko’s Modern Life still “very dangerous” in the first footage from new special

Last month, we reported that Nickelodeon had managed to assemble the entire voice cast from the Nicktoon classic Rocko’s Modern Life for its upcoming revival special, Static Cling. Today, the network showed off its first footage from the special at Comic-Con, reuniting viewers with the nightmarish world of O-Town 20…

Since kids love slime again, here’s the recipe to Nickelodeon’s iconic green goo

“Slime is hot again,” Marc Summers says early in this video about the making of Nickelodeon’s iconic green goo. That might seem an odd sentence to the childless millennial, but anyone who’s been around today’s youth of late might very likely have seen them cradling a wad of viscous slime, much of which is homemade.

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Kids’ Choice Awards announced, including new “Favorite EDM Artist” category

Wassup, all you dope fresh cool kids out there! Your awkward uncle who self-identifies as the “cool” one, The A.V. Club, is here to rap at you about some jiggy-fresh news! See, Variety reports the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards were announced this morning. And it’s full of all the awesomest, most hippity-hoppity…

Legends Of The Hidden Temple’s Kirk Fogg on the time a girl puked in the Pit Of Despair

When Legends Of The Hidden Temple premiered in 1993, it was a pretty sure bet. The game show, which taught kids history while also threatening them with terrifying temple guards, was filmed at Nickelodeon’s Universal Studios facility, meaning that it was not only a product for the television network to air, but also…