Nickelodeon’s commitment to animation has produced some of the biggest, most ground-breaking hits of the past 30 years,...
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Nickelodeon’s commitment to animation has produced some of the biggest, most ground-breaking hits of the past 30 years, including Rugrats, The Ren & Stimpy Show, Doug, SpongeBob SquarePants and The Fairly OddParents. In addition to its heralded Animation Shorts Program, Nick’s slate for the upcoming 2014-2015 season is part of the network’s biggest content pipeline it has ever had, with new series and innovations on new platforms in every genre — animation, live action, preschool and live events.
Nickelodeon’s recently announced animation pipeline includes:
Nickelodeon’s global Animated Shorts Program, now in its third year, has yielded a number of terrific new voices. The Program provides a steady stream of talent and creativity, making Nickelodeon a magnet for the best creator-driven projects.
From over 1000 pitches received last year, 10 domestic and 7 international projects were chosen to be developed into animated shorts that will air on Nickelodeon, appear on www.nick.com, and on the Nick App in 2014. “The Loud House” created by Chris Savino, “Bear Wrestler” created by Deanna Rooney, “By Request Pizza” created by Arica Tuesday and Mick Ignis, “Hole” created by Sam Spina, “Matt and Gus” created by Matt Braunger, and “Charlie and Mr. Two” created by Travis Braun join the previously announced domestic finalists: “Bug Salad” created by Carl Faruolo, “Earmouse and Bottle” created by Brian Morante, “Woodstump” created by Zach Smith, and “Broats” created by Jack Cusumano.
The international animated shorts in development include “Badly Drawn Animals” by Hamish Steele (UK), “Louis and Georges” by Renaud Martin & Raphaël Chabassol (France), “Monster Pack” by Pedro Eboli & Graham Peterson (Brazil and Canada), “Moosebox” by Mike Scott (South Africa), “Scoop” by The Brothers McLeod (UK), “Tech Oddity” by Marco Ibarra and Stefie Zöhrer (Mexico), and “Tonk’s Island” by Mel Roach (Australia).
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