History AdoredByTheNetwork / Nickelodeon

3rd Apr '17 11:05:27 AM mimitchi33
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** As of April 2017, the schedule of the channel outside of ''The Splat'' is nothing but ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' and ''Series/SchoolOfRock'' re-runs.
31st Mar '17 8:14:16 PM KagSwirby
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* For a few years during the early 2010s, Nickelodeon channel could have easily been called "The Spongebob and [=FOP=] Channel". When they weren't airing their KidCom series or Nick Jr cartoons, the channel was pretty much ''Spongebob'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' every weekday. As of 2015, ''Fairly Oddparents'' has been mostly pushed onto sister-channel Nicktoons. However, with a new season coming out, FOP has been airing on the main channel a bit more.

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* For a few years during the early 2010s, Nickelodeon channel could have easily been called "The Spongebob and [=FOP=] Channel". When they weren't airing their KidCom series or Nick Jr cartoons, the channel was pretty much ''Spongebob'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' every weekday. As of 2015, ''Fairly Oddparents'' has been mostly pushed onto sister-channel Nicktoons. However, with a new season coming out, FOP has been airing on the main channel a bit more.more, but was moved to Nicktoons since 2017.
26th Mar '17 1:53:44 PM Rugrats1991
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* This may not count, but somewhere in 2014 or 2015, Nickelodeon was gonna air ''WesternAnimation/{{RugratsGoWild}}'', but ended up with a schedule change with the TMNT 2012 Series and Full House filling the slot. But don't fret, on Thanksgiving 2015, The Splat revived Nick's '90s "Nonstop Nicktoons Weekend" and turned it into "Nonstop Nicktoons Week" and aired Go Wild multiple times that week. Including (soon after in 2016), a movie weekend with 2 Klasky Csupo TV Movies "''WesternAnimation/{{RocketPower}}'': Island of the Menehune" and "''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger: Summer at Camp Caprice"

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* This may not count, but somewhere in 2014 or 2015, Nickelodeon was gonna air ''WesternAnimation/{{RugratsGoWild}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats Go Wild}}'', but ended up with a schedule change with the TMNT 2012 Series and Full House filling the slot. But don't fret, on Thanksgiving 2015, The Splat revived Nick's '90s "Nonstop Nicktoons Weekend" and turned it into "Nonstop Nicktoons Week" and aired Go Wild multiple times that week. Including (soon after in 2016), a movie weekend with 2 Klasky Csupo TV Movies "''WesternAnimation/{{RocketPower}}'': "''WesternAnimation/{{Rocket Power}}'': Island of the Menehune" and "''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger: ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger: Summer at Camp Caprice"Caprice".
* And to mention, in late December 2010, Nick aired ''WesternAnimation/TheRugratsMovie" each chance they got until butting to the side for Rugrats in Paris (as that movie was a well known and Favorite Rugrats Movie to certain fans). They aired it at certain points when they were bring reruns back on there and Nicktoons until 2013 or so.
26th Mar '17 1:46:20 PM Rugrats1991
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* This may not count, but somewhere in 2014 or 2015, Nickelodeon was gonna air ''WesternAnimation/{{RugratsGoWild}}'', but ended up with a schedule change with the TMNT 2012 Series and Full House filling the slot. But don't fret, on Thanksgiving 2015, The Splat revived Nick's '90s "Nonstop Nicktoons Weekend" and turned it into "Nonstop Nicktoons Week" and aired Go Wild multiple times that week. Including (soon after in 2016), a movie weekend with 2 Klasky Csupo TV Movies "''WesternAnimation/{{RocketPower}}'': Island of the Menehune" and "''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger: Summer at Camp Caprice"
23rd Mar '17 8:14:42 PM KingClark
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' was pretty much the poster-child for the trope..[[note]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' stole the sponge's thunder in 2015. [[/note]] Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to overexposure.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' was pretty much the poster-child for the trope..[[note]] trope (at least until ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' [[AdoredByTheNetwork/TeenTitansGo stole the sponge's thunder in 2015. [[/note]] 2015]]). Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to overexposure.
21st Mar '17 12:55:28 AM smithy112
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** During 2010, the Australian Nickelodeon had ''[=SpongeBob=]'' running from 12AM-6AM every night, for ''over'' a year.

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** During 2010, the [[http://www.nick.com.au/ Australian Nickelodeon Nickelodeon]] had ''[=SpongeBob=]'' running from 12AM-6AM every night, for ''over'' a year.
16th Jan '17 3:41:08 PM patfan200
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*** As of 2017, you can expect to see Paw Patrol on the Nick Jr block at least 6 times a day, whereas Dora reruns are gone entirely. On holidays that usually result in a day off of school, expect to see at least 15 episodes that day.
16th Jan '17 3:37:32 PM patfan200
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** Now in 2017, the usual morning to mid afternoon schedule during non-Nick Jr hours consists of [=SpongeBob=] and The Loud House.
16th Jan '17 3:34:32 PM patfan200
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' could be the poster-child for the trope. Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to overexposure.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' could be was pretty much the poster-child for the trope. trope..[[note]] ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' stole the sponge's thunder in 2015. [[/note]] Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to overexposure.
26th Dec '16 4:46:17 PM MarcoPolo250
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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' could be the poster-child for the trope. Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to daily overexposure.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' could be the poster-child for the trope. Since the show was uncanceled, it would run at least ''eight'' times on an average weekday. It would often be the first thing they show in the morning and the last thing they show at night (before turning into Creator/NickAtNite), and it's the only show that they run at all different hours of the day to get pre-schoolers, after-school kids, ''and'' evening teenager audiences. "Special" ''[=SpongeBob=]'' episodes would be hyped up and promoted more often than the regular Nicktoons on the network. Some days, it'd get more airtime than all the other Nicktoons still on Nickelodeon combined. At least during 2009-2011, even ''repeats'' got higher ratings than the average that most kids' shows nowadays have. Eventually, ratings for the show dropped - probably due to daily overexposure.



** On 7/18/10, an unannounced twelve hour marathon of ''[=SpongeBob=]'' plagued the channel, before an airing of ''Film/AdventuresInBabysitting''. Became HilariousInHindsight when a remake of that movie was announced for Creator/DisneyChannel, a rival network, in 2016.

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** On 7/18/10, an unannounced twelve hour marathon of ''[=SpongeBob=]'' plagued aired on the channel, before an airing of ''Film/AdventuresInBabysitting''. Became HilariousInHindsight when a remake of that movie was announced for Creator/DisneyChannel, a rival network, in 2016.



** The UK Nickelodeon had a '''502''' hour marathon of [=SpongeBob=] in Summer 2011 (that's two hours short of ''three solid weeks'') for the Clash of the Bottom competition, where kids had to vote for their favorite main character. To top that off, it was the UK's second-longest TV show marathon ''of all time'', only being beaten by Boomerang UK's [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo Scooby Summer]].[[note]](The American record belongs to FXX's 2014 marathon of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' in its entirety, including the movie.)[[/note]]

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** The UK Nickelodeon had a '''502''' hour marathon of [=SpongeBob=] in Summer 2011 (that's two hours short of ''three solid weeks'') for the Clash of the Bottom competition, where kids had to vote for their favorite main character. To top that off, it was the UK's second-longest TV show marathon ''of all time'', only being beaten by Boomerang UK's [[Franchise/ScoobyDoo Scooby Summer]].[[note]](The American record belongs to FXX's 2014 marathon of ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' in its entirety, including the movie.)[[/note]]



** Whenever a new episode is going to be aired (and a ''15-minute one'' at that), Nickelodeon will hype it up with a big marathon and tons of promos that air on Nickelodeon, other Viacom networks, and networks that aren't owned by Viacom! [[note]] though the latter instance may depend on your cable/satellite provider, as some of them overwrite ads to air local commercials or promos for other networks. Make note that Creator/{{CBS}} is no longer part of Viacom[[/note]] That there just shows how much that Nickelodeon absolutely loves [=SpongeBob=].

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** Whenever a new episode is going to be aired (and a ''15-minute one'' at that), Nickelodeon will hype it up with a big marathon and tons of promos that air on Nickelodeon, other Viacom networks, and networks that aren't owned by Viacom! [[note]] though the latter instance may depend on your cable/satellite provider, as some of them overwrite ads to air local commercials or promos for other networks. Make note that Creator/{{CBS}} is no longer part of Viacom[[/note]] That there just shows how much that Nickelodeon absolutely loves [=SpongeBob=].Viacom[[/note]]



** Nick had a [=SpongeBob=] "Win-a-thon" on June 8th, 2014 for no reason, followed by the Nickelodeon premiere of ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium''.

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** Nick had a [=SpongeBob=] "Win-a-thon" on June 8th, 2014 for no reason, followed by the Nickelodeon network premiere of ''Film/MrMagoriumsWonderEmporium''.



** And then came April 2015, when after years and years of ignoring analysts who downgraded the company and cable companies who dumped the channel for binge-marathoning a series the same way anyone else can through Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, Viacom braced for major cutbacks, and among them (besides actual employees) are ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns. As a side effect of these cutbacks, Nickelodeon would finally embrace series from other companies for the first time in years to end their dependence on ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns, starting with ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' (a show that did nothing on Creator/FoxKids in 1998, but looks fresh and original on present-day Nickelodeon). That said, ''Oggy'' didn't last quite long on Nick, [[http://m.tmz.com/#Article/2015/03/14/nickelodeon-topless-cartoon-boobs-nip-slip-oggy-and-the-cockroaches as it came under fire]] by MoralGuardians due to a brief image of a topless woman in the episode "Unhappy Campers", and the show was moved to sister channel Nicktoons with its timeslot replaced by ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' (and on some days by ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' or a live-action show). It says something when Nicktoons itself airs more ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns in primetime than Nickelodeon itself does. (As an additional consequence, ''Oggy'' also affected many places which showed Nick to entertain kids, as they now changed channels to rival channels due to this episode's airing.)
** Now the show only airs for two and a half to three hours a day, and the network is now mostly made up of [[KidCom kid coms]] [[FollowTheLeader to lure in viewers of]] [[Creator/DisneyChannel their rival network into watching their channel]] as a result of shows such as Series/GirlMeetsWorld, Series/KCUndercover and even WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst outperforming [=SpongeBob=] in ratings.
** As of November 2015, the show airs six times a day due to the popularity of [[WesternAnimation/ALVINNNAndTheChipmunks an acquired series that is pretty much like their music-gimmick based live action series]]. They even brought back WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 to the schedule after a long time of not being on the normal Nick channel. It says something when Nicktoons Network airs more episodes of [=SpongeBob=] than the main channel does.[[note]] Depending on the day of the week, they air up to '''nine''' episodes a day in the dead hours of 11:30PM to 6:00AM, and mostly older ones and specials at that.[[/note]]

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** And then came April 2015, when after years and years of ignoring analysts who downgraded the company and cable companies who dumped the channel for binge-marathoning a series the same way anyone else can through Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, Viacom braced for major cutbacks, and among them (besides actual employees) are ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns. As a side effect of these cutbacks, Nickelodeon would finally embrace series from other companies for the first time in years to end their dependence on ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns, years, starting with ''WesternAnimation/OggyAndTheCockroaches'' (a show that did nothing on Creator/FoxKids in 1998, but looks looked fresh and original on present-day Nickelodeon). That said, ''Oggy'' didn't last quite long on Nick, [[http://m.tmz.com/#Article/2015/03/14/nickelodeon-topless-cartoon-boobs-nip-slip-oggy-and-the-cockroaches as it came under fire]] by MoralGuardians due to a brief image of a topless woman in the episode "Unhappy Campers", and the show was moved to sister channel Nicktoons with its timeslot replaced by ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents'' (and on some days by ''WesternAnimation/HarveyBeaks'' or a live-action show). It says something when Nicktoons itself airs more ''[=SpongeBob=]'' reruns in primetime than Nickelodeon itself does. (As an additional consequence, ''Oggy'' also affected many places which showed Nick to entertain kids, as they now changed channels to rival channels due to this episode's airing.)
** Now the show only airs for two and a half to three hours a day, and the network is now mostly made up of [[KidCom kid coms]] [[FollowTheLeader to lure in viewers of]] [[Creator/DisneyChannel their rival network into watching their channel]] as a result of shows such as Series/GirlMeetsWorld, Series/KCUndercover ''Series/GirlMeetsWorld'', ''Series/KCUndercover'' and even WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst ''WesternAnimation/SofiaTheFirst'' outperforming [=SpongeBob=] in ratings.
** As of November 2015, the show airs six times a day due to the popularity of [[WesternAnimation/ALVINNNAndTheChipmunks an acquired series that is pretty much like their music-gimmick based live action series]]. ''WesternAnimation/ALVINNNAndTheChipmunks''. They even brought back WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012 ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'' to the schedule after a long time of not being on the normal Nick main channel. It Again, it really says something when the Nicktoons Network airs more episodes of [=SpongeBob=] than the main channel network does.[[note]] Depending on the day of the week, they air up to '''nine''' episodes a day in the dead hours of 11:30PM to 6:00AM, and mostly older ones and specials at that.[[/note]]



** As of 2016, there's usually about 6-7 episodes a day, inbetween episodes of WesternAnimation/ALVINNNandtheChipmunks and WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse.
* ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' spent several years as the adored live action show counter-part to Spongebob. Not surprisingly however, as it was the only show to even come close to matching Spongebob's ratings and popularity, up to and including an episode that broke the 11 million viewers mark. Like Spongebob it got the marathon treatment regularly.

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** As of 2016, there's usually about 6-7 episodes a day, inbetween episodes of WesternAnimation/ALVINNNandtheChipmunks ''WesternAnimation/ALVINNNandtheChipmunks'' and WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse.
''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse''.
* ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' spent several years as the adored live action show counter-part to Spongebob.live-action show. Not surprisingly however, as it was the only show to even come close to matching Spongebob's ratings and popularity, up to and including an episode that broke the 11 million viewers mark. Like Spongebob it got the marathon treatment regularly.



* Before it got ScrewedByTheNetwork, ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' would get adoration in the same way as ''Fanboy and Chum Chum'', being shoved down our throats when ''[=SpongeBob=]'' has the day off.
* When they had the rights to it, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z Kai]]'' would be shown on Nicktoons multiple times every day with flimsy excuses for marathons. It's 11/11/11? They promised to show 11 hours of the show. As of 2012 it would run at least 4 episodes a day. However, the rights have since expired and the show is no longer airing on Nicktoons. It moved to Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block in Fall 2014.

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* Before it got ScrewedByTheNetwork, ''WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy'' would get adoration in the same way as ''Fanboy and Chum Chum'', being shoved down our throats when ''[=SpongeBob=]'' Chum'' whenever [=SpongeBob=]'' has the day off.
* When they had the rights to it, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZ Dragon Ball Z Kai]]'' ''Anime/DragonBallZKai'' would be shown on Nicktoons multiple times every day with flimsy excuses for marathons. It's 11/11/11? They promised to show 11 hours of the show. As of 2012 it would run at least 4 episodes a day. However, the rights have since expired and the show is no longer airing on Nicktoons. It moved to Creator/AdultSwim's Creator/{{Toonami}} block in Fall 2014.



* For a time at the dawn of TheNewTens, Nickelodeon would greenlight just about anything as a vehicle for Lucas Cruikshank (better known as WebVideo/{{Fred}}). First, they gave him three movies based around his Fred character. Then, they gave Fred a series despite the fact that none of the movies were ''that'' popular (and neither was the series). Then when Nickelodeon canceled all of its sitcoms, they went ahead and gave Cruikshank a new series in the form of ''Series/MarvinMarvin''. [[https://twitter.com/LucasCruikshank/status/350056101502386178 That said, not long after the series ended, so did Cruikshank's relationship with Nickelodeon.]]

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* For a time at the dawn of TheNewTens, Nickelodeon would greenlight just about anything as a vehicle for Lucas Cruikshank (better known as WebVideo/{{Fred}}). First, they gave him three movies based around his Fred character. Then, they gave Fred a series despite the fact that none of the movies were ''that'' popular (and neither was the series).popular. Then when Nickelodeon canceled all of its sitcoms, they went ahead and gave Cruikshank a new series in the form of ''Series/MarvinMarvin''. [[https://twitter.com/LucasCruikshank/status/350056101502386178 That said, not long after the series ended, so did Cruikshank's relationship with Nickelodeon.]]



** ''Degrassi''' was also adored by the Canadian channel MuchMusic. When a new season starts, all day is given over to the runup to the premiere. This makes a little more sense for them - Degrassi and Epitome's other current production ''Series/TheLAComplex'' are Much's flagship original dramas.

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** ''Degrassi''' was also adored by the Canadian channel MuchMusic.{{MuchMusic}}. When a new season starts, all day is given over to the runup to the premiere. This makes a little more sense for them - Degrassi and Epitome's other current production ''Series/TheLAComplex'' are Much's flagship original dramas.



** During the 2000's, the entire Nick at Nite lineup was revamped multiple times and ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', ''Series/TheNanny'', ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'', and ''Series/FamilyMatters'' have all come and gone....but ''George Lopez'' '''remained untouched in the lineup''' after all this time, despite being arguably less popular than the other shows listed in this sentence!

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** During the 2000's, the entire Nick at Nite lineup was revamped multiple times and ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'', ''Series/TheNanny'', ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle'', and ''Series/FamilyMatters'' have all come and gone....but ''George Lopez'' '''remained untouched in the lineup''' after all this time, despite being arguably less popular than the other shows listed in this sentence! time.



** Also as of 2011, ''Series/{{Friends}}'' has gotten a lot of overexposure since it was added to the Nick At Nite line-up. Now, it's normally an hour of ''Series/FullHouse'', an hour of ''Series/TheNanny'', then about 2 hours of ''Friends'', leaving ''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'' to air at 1 a.m. Not to mention ''BET'' airing ''Series/FamilyMatters'' during the day now.

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** Also as of 2011, ''Series/{{Friends}}'' has gotten a lot of overexposure since it was added to the Nick At Nite line-up. Now, it's normally an hour of ''Series/FullHouse'', an hour of ''Series/TheNanny'', then about 2 hours of ''Friends'', leaving ''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow'' to air at 1 a.m. Not to mention ''BET'' ''Creator/{{BET}}'' airing ''Series/FamilyMatters'' was airing during the day now.at the time.



** By the end of September 2015, Nickelodeon finally gave up on [=NickMom=] due to Viacom's hack-and-slash budget cuts, and the block ended quietly late in the month with an ignominious airing of the long-forgotten First Lady-guarding 90's comedy ''Guarding Tess'', and barely any mention outside of [=NickMom=]'s social media announcing the end.

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** By the end of September 2015, Nickelodeon finally gave up on [=NickMom=] due to Viacom's hack-and-slash budget cuts, and the block ended quietly late in the month with an ignominious airing of the long-forgotten First Lady-guarding 90's comedy ''Guarding Tess'', and barely any mention outside of [=NickMom=]'s social media announcing the end.



* If you watch Nickelodeon Asia, it's hard not to turn it on and see either ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' or ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard''. These three shows air so much that [[ScrewedByTheNetwork SpongeBob only airs four to five times a day and only airs older episodes.]] Cue jealousy from viewers of other Nick feeds whose feeds are swamped with ''too much Spongebob...'''
** The new favorites seem to be RabbidsInvasion and OggyAndTheCockroaches. What's worse is that the latter already airs on seemlingly every kids' channel in some Asian regions, as well as on some local channels. They also love [[WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer the Dora the]] [[WesternAnimation/DorasExplorerGirls Explorer franchise]].

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* If you watch Nickelodeon Asia, it's hard not to turn it on and see either ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012'', ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' or ''WesternAnimation/BackAtTheBarnyard''. These three shows air so much that [[ScrewedByTheNetwork SpongeBob only airs four to five times a day and only airs older episodes.]] Cue jealousy from viewers of other Nick feeds whose feeds are swamped with ''too much Spongebob...'''
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** The new favorites seem to be RabbidsInvasion and OggyAndTheCockroaches. What's worse is that the latter already airs on seemlingly seemingly every kids' channel in some Asian regions, as well as on some local channels. They also love [[WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer the Dora the]] [[WesternAnimation/DorasExplorerGirls Explorer franchise]].



* The short series ''Tortellini Western'' aired on Nicktoons at least ten times a day from 2004 to 2006. Similar to Cartoon Network's ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'', it was a Flash cartoon that was worshiped by the channel's management, but hated by everyone else. It was far more common to see shorts of ''Tortellini Western'' playing in-between shows than it was to see other (and considerably better) shorts such as ''{{WesternAnimation/The Presentators}}'', ''Doodlez'', ''Napman'', or ''Edgar & Ellen''.

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* The short series ''Tortellini Western'' aired on Nicktoons at least ten times a day from 2004 to 2006. Similar to Cartoon Network's ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'', it was a Flash cartoon that was worshiped by the channel's management, but hated by everyone else. It was far more common to see shorts of ''Tortellini Western'' playing in-between shows than it was to see other (and considerably better) shorts such as ''{{WesternAnimation/The Presentators}}'', ''Doodlez'', ''Napman'', or ''Edgar & Ellen''.



* For a few years during the early 2010s, Nickelodeon channel could have easily been called "The Spongebob and [=FOP=] Channel". When they weren't airing their KidCom series or Nick Jr cartoons, the channel was pretty much ''Spongebob'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' every weekday. As of 2015, ''Fairly Oddparents'' has been mostly pushed onto sister-channel Nicktoons. However, with a new season coming out, FOP has been airing on regular Nick a bit more.

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* For a few years during the early 2010s, Nickelodeon channel could have easily been called "The Spongebob and [=FOP=] Channel". When they weren't airing their KidCom series or Nick Jr cartoons, the channel was pretty much ''Spongebob'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'' every weekday. As of 2015, ''Fairly Oddparents'' has been mostly pushed onto sister-channel Nicktoons. However, with a new season coming out, FOP has been airing on regular Nick the main channel a bit more.



* ''Series/HenryDanger'' and ''Series/TheThundermans'', both revolving around teenage kids being superheroes, are shown at least twice a day on Nick. It got to the point where ''Thundermans'' aired 5 new episodes a week in February 2015!

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* Perhaps owing to the new wave of superhero programming, ''Series/HenryDanger'' and ''Series/TheThundermans'', both revolving around teenage kids being superheroes, are shown at least twice a day on Nick. It got to the point where ''Thundermans'' aired 5 new episodes a week in February 2015!
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