It turns out Clarissa still has some explaining to do.Melissa Joan Hart is poised to reprise her role as Clarissa Darling in a revival of the 1990s Nickelodeon sitcom “Clarissa Explains It All,” THR.com reports. Deals are currently being negotiated with Hart and original series creator Mitchell Kriegman.Similar to “Boy
The Thinking Chair is about to get a new occupant ― “Blue’s Clues” is coming back! Nickelodeon announced Tuesday that it has picked up 20 new episodes of the beloved children’s series with a “refreshed signature look.” “The new, modern version of ‘Blue’s Clues’ will capture all the original’s creativity and visual identity
Some news you can use: Here comes more Blue’s Clues. Nickelodeon announced at its upfront on Tuesday that is reviving the popular educational children’s series featuring a blue-spotted puppy named Blue. Twenty new episodes have been ordered, and filming will begin this summer. The show will boast a “refreshed signature look,” and
The 2018 Kids’ Choice Awards nominees are here! On Monday, Nickelodeon announced the stars, movies, and TV shows that have been nominated for this year’s awards, which will be hosted by returning host John Cena. This year’s nominees include tons of familiar faces, including Beyoncé, Dwayne Johnson, Wonder Woman‘s Gal
Try not to freak out, dear reader, but your favorite Krabby Patty-flipping, jellyfish-catching, pineapple-living cartoon character now has his very own sneaker collection. That's right, folks — SpongeBob SquarePants has inspired the latest line of Vans sneakers, and they're about to take you on a nostalgia-packed walk down memory lane.
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Viacom, owner of MTV, Comedy Central and Paramount, said Thursday it expects high single-digit declines in revenue from US cable TV operators and online distributors in the first half of 2018, sending its shares down 8 percent. The company said pay-TV subscribers continued to decline. The New York-based media company