The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme song from the 1987 animated series is burned into my brain forever thanks to all the time I spent watching that show as a kid. It’s been decades since that show went off the air, but Nickelodeon’s new show Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has just unveiled its title sequence, and its theme song puts a new spin on that classic ’80s version. Check it out below, and see the new take on the turtles in action. Read More »
If the return of the Nickelodeon game show Double Dare wasn’t enough of a trip down nostalgia lane for you children of the 1990s, we’ve got some exciting news.
The revival of Double Dare started airing on Nickelodeon last night, bringing back all the trivia, physical challenges and family fun you remember. But later this summer, a special episode will bring back some of Nickelodeon’s most beloved stars, and they’ll be getting down and dirty in the game show just like all the other contestants. Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell will return to Nickelodeon to compete against each other on the show. Read More »
Last month, we found out Nickelodeon was bringing back their beloved game show Double Dare. The game show and several varying iterations that followed it focused on two teams competing to win prizes by answering trivia questions and partaking in super messy physical challenges. The new show will very much have the same format, but it will have a new host that Nickelodeon is bringing in from YouTube stardom.
Liza Koshy, best known for her YouTube channel with over 14 million subscribers, has been named as the Double Dare reboot host. If you’re one of those fans who was hoping Marc Summers would return as host, don’t worry. The former Double Dare host will return as a color commentator during the game show’s physical challenges. Read More »
Nickelodeon continues to dig back into their library of programming from decades ago for shows they can bring back for a new (and old) audience. They previously brought back a bunch of their old programming from that decade for a block called The Splat. Then they decided to make TV movies for both Hey Arnold! and Rocko’s Modern Life (which is coming sometime this year). More recently, they decided to reboot Clarissa Explains It All. But now they’ve turned to their game show programming for some nostalgia.
Nickelodeon has announced their beloved game show Double Dare will return to the cable network for kids with all-new episodes this summer. So brush up on your trivia, and get ready for some slimy, sticky physical challenges. Read More »
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In this edition of TV bits:
- Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles now has a trailer
- Into the Badlands season 3 has a trailer, too
- And so does SuperMansion season 3
- A new Series of Unfortunate Events featurette
- One Day at a Time Renewed for Season 3 at Netflix
- Starz greenlights Gregg Araki and Steven Soderbergh series Now Apocalypse
- Connie Britton will star in Bravo’s Dirty John
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Everything old is new again! Nickelodeon is currently working on a Clarissa Explains It All reboot, with original star Melissa Joan Hart set to return. Clarissa’s annoying brother Ferguson could not be reached for comment.
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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are back in a new animated series. The show Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will reboot those pizza-loving mutants everyone knows and loves and offer a refreshing change for the series: the new April O’Neil will be black. Some new Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles images reveal your first official look at the new takes on the old characters.
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It’s been 13 years since Nickelodeon’s original animated series Hey Arnold! went off the air, but everyone’s favorite football head will return to the children’s cable network just in time for the Thanksgiving leftovers.
Hey Arnold! already received a feature film back in 2002, but now a new TV movie is slated to premiere on Nickelodeon on November 24, the day after Thanksgiving. The first trailer for Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie has arrived online, and it features Arnold, his best friend Gerald and even football head’s secret admirer Helga heading into the jungle to find some answers to the show’s biggest questions. Specifically, they’re trying to find Arnold’s parents. Read More »
One of the most beloved cartoons to come out of Nickelodeon in the 1990s was Rugrats. Though the show lost its way after the movie turned the characters into more of a cash grab commodity, the first few seasons of the series are quirky, clever and full of fantastic pop culture references and parodes for cinephiles.
One of the most famous pieces of pop culture parody from Rugrats is the giant lizard monster known as Reptar. An obvious spoof of Godzilla, the green dinosaur had his own movie that Tommy Pickles and his friends tried to sneak around a multiplex to see, his own ice skating extravaganza, action figures and more. But easily the two most coveted pieces of Reptar memorabilia were the Reptar Bars and Reptar Cereal, and now you can get your hands on both of them right now.
Find out where to get these Rugrats Reptar Bars and Reptar Cereal below. Read More »
In this edition of TV Bits:
- Arrow gets a trailer hyping its sixth season
- The creator of Veep is heading to space in a brand new HBO series
- The CBS prequel Young Sheldon has, regrettably, earned a full series order
- Watch the first six minutes of Fox’s new X-Men TV series The Gifted
- Zachary Levi still wants to make a Chuck movie
- And more!
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