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It’s Official: Hey Arnold Is Coming Back With A New Movie

by Peter Paltridgeon November 23, 2015
There have been rumblings and rumors among Nicktoon aficionados that a property from Nickelodeon’s 90’s era was headed for revival. Hey Arnold was one of the properties most believed to be it, and now we can say those theorists were right. Football Head is returning in a new feature-length TV appearance. Variety broke the story […]
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Nickelodeon Goes Back to the 90’s by Launching “The Splat”

by Ed Liuon September 25, 2015
NICKELODEON TAKES FANS BACK TO THE ‘90S WITH THE LAUNCH OF “THE SPLAT,” BRAND-NEW DESTINATION FOR ICONIC NICK CONTENT, STARTING MONDAY, OCT. 5, ON TEENNICK *Follow “The Splat” on Twitter @thesplat, Instagram @thesplatgram, Facebook, YouTube, Vine, Tumblr and Pinterest. #TheSplatIsComing NEW YORK – Sept. 24, 2015 – Millennials who crave the iconic Nickelodeon shows of […]

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Steve Viksten, “Hey Arnold” Writer and Actor, 1960 – 2014

by Ed Liuon July 1, 2014
Variety reports that Steve Viksten passed away on Monday, June 23, 2014, at the age of 54. Viksten was a key crew member of Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!, providing the vaguely Eastern European accent as the voice of Oskar Kokoshka and serving as the writer for most of the series episodes with creator Craig Bartlett. His […]
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Review: “Hey Arnold” Season 2 Part 2: Diary of a Wimpish Kid

by Maxie Zeuson July 30, 2012
Hey Arnold Season 2, Part 2, released just last week, collects ten more episodes of the classic Nickelodeon series. Whatever else one might say about the show, it is remarkably consistent in both tone and quality. The merits of any of the show’s particular compilation sets depend upon the episodes collected. Hey Arnold is a […]

"Hey Arnold": The Urban Jungle Gym

by Maxie Zeuson March 27, 2012
Hey Arnold! is one of those “classic” Nickelodeon series that I never watched when it was on the air. It’s from what I dismissed as the network’s “goody-goody” era: when it seemed to take its mandate as a “kid network” seriously and (after the Ren and Stimpy debacle) shied away from genuinely cartoony material, favoring […]