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New Eps of "Max & Ruby" Coming in April

by Maxie Zeuson February 14, 2007
Max & Ruby will mark Easter with the debut of new episodes and the release of new merchandise, producer Nelvana Enterprises announced earlier this week. In addition, the company says that a large-format traveling stage show based on the series will begin touring in the fall of 2007. New Max & Ruby episodes will begin […]

'Captain Flamingo' Debuts on Nick Latin America This Spring

by Nobuyuki samaon February 13, 2007
Nickelodeon Latin America has picked up the rights to Breakthrough Entertainment’s Captain Flamingo and Jimmy Two Shoes. Captain Flamingo, featuring the adventures of pint-sized hero Milo Powell and his best pal, anonymous sidekick and not-so-secret admirer, Lizbeth, is set for a spring premiere. The series is 65 half-hour episodes plus two 30-minute episodes comprised of […]

Nickelodeon & TeamTo Help Greenlight on 'Oasis'

by Nobuyuki samaon February 11, 2007
Nickelodeon, French channel TF1 and French animation studio TeamTo have signed on as co-producers of the Korean 3-D animated TV series Oasis, according to Variety. The deal with Nickelodeon was sealed at the KidScreen Summit in New York, which opened February 8. Roughly 70% of the series’ $10.8 million budget is expected to be financed […]

Nick Previews Toy Fair Lineup, Claims 'Dora the Explorer' #1 Toy Line

by Nobuyuki samaon February 9, 2007
According to a press release from Nickelodeon outlining their plans for Toy Fair, holiday 2006 sales propelled Dora the Explorer into the number one slot as the year’s top toy license. In addition to introducing new licensing partners CDI/Jakks, Mega Bloks, RC2 and Imperial Toy at this year’s trade show, Nick plans to showcase new […]

"Wonder Pets" to Save Three Little Pigs in February

by Maxie Zeuson February 8, 2007
The Wonder Pets! will premiere a new half-hour episode, “Save the Three Little Pigs,” on Monday, February 19, at 11:00am (ET/PT), Nick Jr. said yesterday. The episode will have wonder Pets Linny, Tuck, and Ming-Ming saving the three little pigs of the popular fairy tale after they decide to build their houses of substandard materials. […]

Nickelodeon Announces New Set Of International Co-productions

by Grant Whiteon February 7, 2007
Nickelodeon has announced it is developing five brand new animated series in partnership with various international production houses, C21Media reports. Each of the series will be initially produced as a pilot short, with the option open for a full series. The concepts include Oasis, a non-verbal animation by Tuba Entertainment under TF1 and TeamTo, and […]

Nick To Launch A Whole New Virtual World, Just Ahead of Disney

by Nobuyuki samaon January 29, 2007
Nick.com is launching Nicktropolis, a new virtual community focused on games and video featuring characters like “SpongeBob SquarePants” and “Avatar.” Similar to other online worlds popular with kids, such as Habbo, Nicktropolis denizens will create virtual representations of themselves with their own living space in the digital city. They can then find games to play, […]

'Spongebob Squarepants' : Japanese Trendsetter

by Nobuyuki samaon January 26, 2007
The International Herald Tribune has published an article outlining Viacom’s strategy for the success of ‘Spongebob Squarepants’ in Japan, by marketing merchandise to young women instead of children as in the US, with hopes of up to $25 million in sales annually.

Nicktoons Picks Up 'Planet Sketch' For Spring Broadcast

by Nobuyuki samaon January 23, 2007
Nicktoons Network, Nickelodeon’s 24-hour animation network, has ordered all 26 11-minute episodes of DECODE Entertainment’s animated series Planet Sketch for launch this spring. The series is commissioned by Canada’s Teletoon and the U.K.’s CiTV and co-produced with Aardman Animations. It is a series of shorts that features the Street Rappers, a collection of young rappers […]

Nickelodeon Latin America Announces New Animated Works

by Grant Whiteon January 18, 2007
Nickelodeon LA has announced a number of new animated series/licenses, World Screen reports. Included are Mr. Meaty, Barnyard (a spin off of the recent animated film), and Mexican inspired El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera–which focuses on a teenage boy deciding on following the path to superhero or supervillain.