This is the {{Nickelodeon}} equivalent to the [[{{DCLAU}} Disney Channel Live Action Universe]]. Is often called the [[DanSchneider Schneiderverse]] as he is the driving force behind the most important shows in the universe.

The NickVerse was generally not based around deliberate crossovers, until ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' began. Before ''Series/{{Victorious}}'', a [[ThrowItIn blasť approach]] to continuity led to a melding of some quite complicated RecursiveCanon[=-=]esque elements in certain Nick shows. These contradications can often be chalked up to TheyJustDidntCare. An animated Nickverse also exists and may be part of the live-action NickVerse


[[folder: Series confirmed to be in the Nick Verse: ]]

* ''Series/AllThat''
* ''Series/TheAmandaShow''
* ''The Nick Cannon Show'' (Only reality show Nickelodeon has ever aired)
* ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
* ''{{Unfabulous}}'' (Only show not written by Dan Schneider)
* ''{{Zoey 101}}''
* ''Series/{{iCarly}}''
* ''Series/{{Victorious}}''
* ''Series/SamAndCat''
* ''Gibby'' (although it never progressed past an unreleased pilot).
* ''Series/HenryDanger''
* ''HungryGirl'' (see note and explanation below)



[[folder: The Nick Verse links ]]

* ''Series/TheAmandaShow''
** A sketch from The Amanda Show can be heard playing in the Drake and Josh episode Dune Buggy. Since The Amanda Show is a [[ShowWithinAShow show within a show]], viewers in the Drake & Josh universe are seeing only the monologues and sketches. The backstage story arcs (with Drake Bell and Josh Peck) and those involving Penelope Taynt are part of the NickVerse
* ''Series/AllThat''
** Amanda's stalker Penelope Taynt makes an appearance on the set of both The Amanda Show and All That. Both appearances come in the form of backstage interactions rather than sketches
* The Nick Cannon Show
** The episode "Latanya, Girl Where You At?" features Latanya from an All That sketch
* ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
** Gavin, [[ThoseTwoGuys Craig & Eric]] appear in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "''[=iStart=] A Fanwar''".
** Helen appears in the ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' episode "''[[PunBasedTitle Helen Back Again]]''" and references Crazy Steve.
* ''Unfabulous''
** Main character Addie Singer appears in a clip with Megan Parker in the Drake & Josh episode Honor Council
* ''{{Zoey 101}}''
** Stacy Dilsen appears in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episodes "''[=iStart=] A Fanwar''" and "''[=iHire=] An Idiot''".
** Quinn Pensky is named in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "''[=iWas=] A Pageant Girl''".
** Pacific Coast Academy's rival school, Northridge High, is mentioned several times in {{Victorious}}
* ''Series/{{iCarly}}''
** The appearances mentioned above from ''DrakeAndJosh'' & ''{{Zoey 101}}'' characters in the episodes "''[=iStart=] A Fanwar''" and "''[=iHire=] An Idiot''".
** A direct {{Crossover}} with ''{{Victorious}}'' in the episode "''[=iParty=] With Victorious''".
* ''Series/{{Victorious}}''
** Helen from ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' appears in the episode "''[[PunBasedTitle Helen Back Again]]''"
** Tori's school at the start of ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' is stated to be Northridge High, the rival school of ''{{Zoey 101}}''[='s=] Pacific Coast Academy.
** The ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' {{Crossover}} in the episode "''[=iParty=] With Victorious''" mentioned above.
* ''SamAndCat''
** SpinOff from ''{{iCarly}}'' & ''{{Victorious}}''.
* ''Gibby''
** SpinOff from ''{{iCarly}}''
* ''HenryDanger''
** Pear logo from Dan Schneider's other shows appears on a laptop.
* ''Hungry Girl''
** The only series in either the Nick Verse or the Disney Channel equivalent that officially exists in the 'Verse that's either not a KidCom (it's a cooking show) ''and'' is televised and produced on a completely different network (the unrelated FoodNetwork which is owned by a completely different conglomerate from CBS/Viacom, which owns Nick). Several shows have featured the Hungry Girl website including ''iCarly'' (including in its intro sequence) and ''Henry Danger'' (it's shown on the [=PearBook=] in the example discussed above). It's also a part of the Recursive Canon as Miranda Cosgrove has appeared as a special guest on the show for a recipe for (naturally) spaghetti tacos. The reason why this show is officially acknowledged in the Nick Verse is because Dan Schneider is married to the eponymous Hungry Girl in real life (so it's meant as a ShoutOut, but it's prevalent enough that it manages to link itself to the 'Verse at the same time).


[[folder: Instances where shows are shown to be [[Recursive Canon within each other ]]
rather than parallel]]
* ''Series/AllThat''
** An early version of Megan Parker's web site, [], includes a quiz she made about All That. Since All That is a sketch show, it is likely that the sketches are non-canon while the backstage scenes are of a shared universe
* ''Series/TheAmandaShow''
** In the Drake and Josh episode Dune Buggy, a sketch from The Amanda Show can be heard playing. The same logic applies to The Amanda Show as All That
* ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
** In the ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' episode, "Who Did It to Trina?", Cat explains a scene from a ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' episode, after which her friends explain that it wasn't real, it happened in a TV show: ''Series/DrakeAndJosh.'' The show can also be seen on Carly's listings on her TV in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode, "iPear Store". Additionally, Carly and Spencer have been seen watching some episodes (Carly tended to be seen [[ActorAllusion watching Megan-centric scenes]] and Spencer tended to be seen [[ActorAllusion watching Crazy Steve-centric scenes.]]) Also, in ''Series/SamAndCat'', Sam watches a part of Drake and Josh in Episode 2, "Favorite Show".
* ''Series/{{Victorious}}''
** The episode before "Who Did It To Trina?" was named "Helen Back", and it involved Helen from Drake And Josh showing up to become the principal of the school.
* ''Zoey101''
** As with ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', the show is listed on Carly's TV in the aforementioned episode.
* ''The Nick Cannon Show''
** Latanya exists in this universe, but is merely a sketch character in All That. This could mean that the whole Nick Cannon Show exists within the universe of a single All That sketch
* ''{{Taina}}''
** Latanya sneaks into the set of ''Taina,'' ties Christina Vidal up, and tries to become the star of the show. This means that ''Taina'' is a TV show within ''The Nick Cannon Show'' and the ''All That'' sketch about Latanya.
* ''Series/HenryDanger''
** Nathan Kress shows up as himself in one episode and even demands to see his manager.


[[folder: Series which exist in a secondary Nick Verse (may or may not be connected to the primary Nick Verse): ]]

* ''Series/BigTimeRush''.
** A Big Time Rush poster can be seen behind Jade in the Victorious episode "Wi-Fi in the Sky". However, Big Time Rush exists as both a fictional band and a real-world band, so we can't determine if the storylines in this show occur in the same universe or not.
** Star Wars and Green Day exist in Big Time Rush, whereas in the conventional Nick Verse they are replaced with Galaxy Wars and Yellow Day. This may be evidence against BTR being set in the Nick Verse. however characters from Star Wars have been mentioned in ICarly like Darth Vader, which could imply that Galaxy Wars and Star Wars exist together
** MirandaCosgrove was also on an episode AsHerself, which complicates things further. however should be noted that Miranda (along other actors) have played multiple characters in Nickverse. even Josh Peck appeared as himself in Victorious despite the fact Victorious shares continuity with Drake and Josh
* ''SpongeBob (Patchy the Pirate segments)''
** The real-world parts of ''Spongebob'' exist in the same universe as ''Series/BigTimeRush''. This is justified by Patchy the Pirate's appearance in "Big Time Beach Party."
* ''Yo Gabba Gabba!''.
** Yo Gabba Gabba makes a cameo in Big Time Rush episode "Big Time Cameo". The two groups meet backstage, but the Yo Gabba Gabba characters continue to act as if they are in a children's edutainment show. This suggests that Big Time Rush is interacting with the actual Yo Gabba Gabba characters, and they live in a universe where the Yo Gabba Gabba characters exist offstage
* ''TrueJacksonVP''.
** The characters in the show run into Yo Gabba Gabba characters in the episode "Trapped in Paris". Again, Yo Gabba Gabba act like themselves despite being in a non-performance environment. This suggests that they are interacting with the actual Yo Gabba Gabba characters rather than their actors (i.e. they are talking to DJ Lance Rock rather than Lance Robertson)
* ''Series/HowToRock''
** Big Time Rush has made a guest appearance on Nickelodeon's How to Rock
** Since minor characters from the show Big Time Rush do not appear, we can't determine whether this is the real-world band or the fictional band
* ''Series/TheHauntedHathaways''
** Crossed over with ''Series/TheThundermans'', so at least those two shows share a universe.
* ''Series/TheThundermans''
** Crossed over with ''Series/TheHauntedHathaways'', so at least those two shows share a universe.
* ''TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir''
** Carlton Banks appears in the Big Time Rush episode "Bel Air Rush"
** Since The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is part of the St. Elsewhere shared universe theory, the NickVerse may be connected to many other non-Nickelodeon shows.
** It should be notes that in the ''iCarly'' "iReunite with Missy, Sam says that the chocolate that she ate expired 1992 and is "older than ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air''."


[[folder: Series in the animated Nick Verse: ]]

We know that SpongeBob exists as a show within the secondary NickVerse because Patchy the Pirate is a big fan of the show. Additionally, SpongeBob exists in the same universe as the following shows

* ''SpongeBob'': A portion of Bikini Bottom is seen as a cameo in a Jimmy Neutron episode
* ''JimmyNeutron'': Jimmy Neutron has had three crossovers with The Fairly Odd Parents
* ''PlanetSheen'': Planet Sheen and Jimmy Neutron both feature Sheen
* ''FairlyOddParents'': The Fairly Odd Parents and Jimmy Neutron have had three crossovers
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'': Comic superhero Crash Nebula exists in both Danny Phantom and Fairly Odd Parents
* ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'': Comic superhero Crimson Chin exists in both this show and Fairly Odd Parents
* ''Back at the Barnyard'': Otis and Pig appear in one of Sheen's daydreams in Planet Sheen. They exist, at the very least, in Sheen's imagination


[[folder: Actors who play multiple characters in the Nick Verse ]]

* Allison Scagliotti
** Had a recurring role on ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' as Mindy Crenshaw
** Appeared in the ''{{Zoey 101}}'' episode "Backpack" as Stacy (the girl who stole Zoey's idea)
* Creator/DaniellaMonet
** Had a recurring role on ''{{Zoey 101}}'' as Rebecca Martin
** Appeared in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "[=iPsycho=]" as "[[NoNameGiven Popular Girl]]"
** Stars in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' as Trina Vega
* Drake Bell
** Starred in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' as Drake Parker
** Appeared in the ''{{Zoey 101}}'' episode "Spring Fling" AsHimself.
* JennetteMcCurdy
** Appeared in the ''{{Zoey 101}}'' episode "Bad Girl" as Trisha Kirby
** Stars in ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' as Sam Puckett
** Guest Starred in the ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' episode "Crazy Ponnie" as Ponnie
* Jerry Trainor
** Played Crazy Steve in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh''
** Stars in ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' as Spencer Shay
** Appeared in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' in the audience of Trina's one woman show in the episode "Jade Dumps Beck" and a cameo of the ''iCarly'' set in the episode "''April Fools Blank''"
* Josh Peck
** Starred in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' as Josh Nicholls
** Appeared in the ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' episode "Wok Star" AsHimself.
* Lane Napper
** Appeared in the ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' episode "Smart Girl" as the game show host
** Appeared in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "[=iWas=] A Pageant Girl" as Ernie, Sam's dance instructor[=/=]partner
** Has a recurring role on ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' as [[TheDanza Lane Alexander]]
* Leon Thomas III
** Appeared in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "[=iCarly=] Saves TV" as Harper
** Stars in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' as Andre Harris
* MirandaCosgrove
** Starred in ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' as Megan Parker
** Appeared in the ''{{Zoey 101}}'' episode "Paige at PCA" as Paige Howard
** Stars in ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' as Carly Shay
* Nathan Kress
** Stars in ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' as Freddie Benson
** Had a cameo in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' as an unnamed audience member in "Who Did It to Trina?"
** Had a cameo as himself in ''Series/HenryDanger'' in episode "Birthday Gril Down."
* VictoriaJustice
** Starred in ''{{Zoey 101}}'' as Lola Martinez
** Appeared in the ''Series/{{iCarly}}'' episode "[=iFight=] Shelby Marx" as Shelby Marx
** Stars in ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' as Tori Vega

!!Tropes constant across the NickVerse.
* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: Many of the shows or stars could be considered this to DisneyChannel, for example ''Series/BigTimeRush'' to ''JONAS'', MirandaCosgrove to MileyCyrus, etc.
* CommonCrossover: Daka Shoes, Pearpods (an {{Ersatz}} of Apple products), Wahoo Punch, Blix and several other real world brand {{Expies}}.
* ContinuitySnarl: The concrete canon nature that iCarly, Victorious, DrakeAndJosh and Zoey101 exist in the same reality with each other, then having the cast of ''Victorious'' say that ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' was a tv show. This came the '''episode after''' they had Helen, a major character on ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'' show up on ''Victorious'' and reference Crazy Steve.
** As can be shown above, BigTimeRush existing as a fictional TV show and a real life band complicates things quite well.
* CowboyBeBopAtHisComputer: As children's programming has always been a hot topic, there will be frequent "experts" who have much to opine without actually having basic knowledge of the shows they're talking about. Take [[ these]] [[ two]] articles - whatever the validity of their argument, their points are not helped with some very basic factual errors. Misspelling series names (''iCarly'' is simply ''Carly'', ''{{JESSIE}}'' is ''JESSE'' - and to boot, a screenshot from that show is attributed to ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace''), much attention has been given over to shows that have been canceled, etc. Much of this would have been avoided if only they visited the shows' [=IMDb=] pages.
* CelebrityParadox: Several actors have shown up as themselves on various shows in the NickVerse despite playing characters that exist as real in the same universe. The most obvious example would be Drake Bell showing up on {{Zoey 101}} as himself, despite his character Drake Parker existing as a real person in the same universe that {{Zoey 101}} and all the other NickVerse shows are part of. This is an aversion of CelebrityParadox.
* HeyItsThatGuy: Just go further up the page to see the extent of this, and just to be clear - That's just the people who've played multiple characters.
* {{iPhony}}: Started with a Pear Company laptop in DrakeAndJosh and {{Zoey 101}} but spread massively during iCarly.
* {{Jerkass}}: Plenty, including the lead characters in several of the shows.
* LaughTrack. Pretty much every show that isn't ''{{Zoey 101}}''.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: What happens when a canon interpretation can include every actor in addition to every role they have ever played.
* ProductionPosse: Part of the reason why there are 3 or 4 different versions of people, the main force behind the shows in the NickVerse reuses actors as well as finding future lead stars by casting them in guest or less than starring roles whilst they are younger.
* RecursiveReality[=/=]RecursiveCanon[=/=]MutuallyFictional: Probably averted (probably because of how complex these tropes are). Even though DrakeAndJosh exists in the same universe as the rest of the shows (as can be seen above) the {{Victorious}} episode ''Who Did It To Trina'' has the characters come out and say that DrakeAndJosh was a TV Show. Despite this, neither of these tropes probably (again, complex) apply.
* TheWikiRule: Every single show has its own Wiki, with the Dan Schneider-developed shows having the most extensive and developed ones. The [[ Nickelodeon wiki]] can also be considered the wiki for the Nickverse/Schneiderverse itself, and includes commentary on CommonCrossover elements.
* YouLookFamiliar: In the Victorious/iCarly crossover, Freddie remarks that Tori looks like Shelby, but that Tori is hotter.