With the summer over and year’s end not far away, Nickelodeon UK have announced their plans for the twilight months of 2014. As usual this includes a healthy number of animated shows.
November will see the main channel air A Fairly Odd Summer, the latest Fairly OddParents live action movie starring Drake Bell and Daniella Monet. January also sees the return of another popular Nick show as The Legend of Korra begins airing Book 3, in which Korra and her friends must contend with the consequences of her handling of the spirit world.
Nicktoons puts its best webbed foot forward with Breadwinners, which recently premiered (read our interviews with the creators here and here). SwaySway and Buhdeuce are a pair of hip young ducks on a rocket powered mission to deliver bread and laughs. Also returning in September for more loony fun are the raving Rabbids in brand new episodes of Rabbids Invasion. The fun continues with brand new episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants and Sanjay & Craig in October. The latter will include a brand new half hour Halloween special, ‘Tufflips Tales of Terror’. Things are rounded up with brand new episodes of both Fairly OddParents and Kung Fu Panda: Legends Of Awesomeness in November.
For those wanting some ninja action with their laughs, the second season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will reach its dramatic conclusion over November and December, before making an explosive return in the all new season three next February.
Nick Jr leads with new episodes of popular series Poppy Cat and Zack & Quack. Brand new literacy focussed Wallykazam! premieres Monday 6th October at 4pm. The series focuses on Wally and his friends in a magical world where words come to life. November sees the premiere of Dora and Friends: Into the City. Aimed at growing the character alongside children who have aged past the initial Dora the Explorer show, Into The City sees the explorer and her friends (Pablo, Alana, Naiya, Emma and Kate) attend school and have adventures in the city of Playa Verde.
November is also the month for brand new episodes of Paw Patrol, as young Ryder and his team of rescue dogs continue to protect Adventure Bay from danger. December will include three new Barbie movies (Barbie and the Secret Door, Barbie Mariposa & the Fairy Princess and Barbie and Her Sisters in A Pony Tale) while January sees brand new episodes of Lily’s Driftwood Bay and the debut of new series Wanda and the Alien. Based on the award winning books by Sue Hendra, the series focuses on the escapades of rabbit girl Wanda and her stranded alien friend.
With the temperature slowly dropping outside, the Nick family of channels are giving children and parents alike a reason to keep warm inside through the winter months and into 2015.
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