Going from a lawyer to a writer, and then to a film director, is the career path on which we find the bashful Leo Harrigan. But Leo has problems as well, such as being hopelessly smitten with his leading lady, who chooses to reward his attentions by getting herself hitched to Harrigan's vulgar leading man, Buck Greenaway! This movie is based, extremely loosely, on the early career on Cecil B. De Mille. - Written by Alfred Jingle
Nickelodeon’s Sizzling Summer Camp Special features all of your favorite Nickelodeon stars as they head off to a sleep-away camp together — but they soon find themselves in danger! The friends find out that their campsite has been haunted. The mysterious and legendary creatures have been haunting the camp for years! This is the third Nickelodeon Special in the series starring Nickelodeon stars such as Lizzy Greene, Jack Griffo, Kyla Drew Simmons, Jade Pettyjohn, Casey Simpson, and Mace Coronel.
Nick Stars with the help of Santa Claus and others save Valentine's day from a villainous Cupid.
Nickelodeon stars feature in vignettes and musical numbers about holiday custom's, all within a larger wrap-around story,
Nickelodeon's Ultimate Halloween Haunted House is bringing all of the scares in this 30 minute hidden camera reality special, featuring your favorite Nick stars making their way through the ultimate haunted house experience.
Animated treats from the good folks at Nickelodeon! Features festive episodes of the Rugrats and SpongeBob Squarepants. Episodes Comprise: The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius - Jimmy on Ice Rocket Power - Ice Queens Rocket Power - Snow Bounders SpongeBob SquarePants - The Paper SpongeBob SquarePants - The Snowball Effect All Grown Up - The Finster Who Stole Christmas Rugrats - The Great Unknown Rugrats - Falling Stars
A documentary overview of silent cinema pioneer Edwin S. Porter.
Romp into 7 puppy play dates with your Nick Jr. pals! Roll with the PAW Patrol to rescue Super Pup Rubble as well as catch an out-of-control Robo Dog. Help Dora and Boots find a missing puppy and count on Team Umizoomi to save a lost dog too. Meet Bubble Puppy and other pets with the Bubble Guppies and join Blue as she prepares for a play date with her best puppy pal, Magenta! Plus, join Cesar Millan's son - "The Puppy Whisperer" - for a tail-wagging good time in Mutt & Stuff!
Celebrate the season with six snowy adventures! Look back on holidays past with Blue! Help Diego and the Wonder Pets save Christmas! Plus, Dora, Kai-lan and Team Umizoomi too.
Join Dora as she makes a special cake for Mother's Day or visit with Kai-lan and watch Ye-Ye make soup dumplings for the Chinese New Year Party! You can also learn where and how food grows with Diego and Blue
Nickelodeon set contains: Dora the Explorer: School Pet Wonder Pets!: Off to School! Jack's Big Music Show: Mel's Super Swell Dance Party Yo Gabba Gabba!: Halloween Blue's Clues: Blue's Room - Alphabet Power
Slime: It's green, gooey and best seen when covering celebs from head to toe. Which of your favorite stars got slimed at Nickelodeon's KCAs?
Nickelodeon's Ultimate Halloween Haunted House is bringing all of the scares in this 30 minute hidden camera reality special hosted by Lizzy Greene. It features your favorite Nick stars making their way through the ultimate haunted house experience.
Nickelodeon Guts is an American television "action sports" competition series hosted by actor/comedian Mike O'Malley and officiated by British actress Moira "Mo" Quirk. The series was broadcast by the cable television network Nickelodeon from 1992 to 1995. The show features young athletes competing in various athletic events in the "Extreme Arena", a set built on Sound Stage 21 at Universal Studios Florida. Guts reruns were shown on Nickelodeon from January 15, 1996 until February 28, 1999 before moving to Nickelodeon GAS from March 1, 1999 until the network's closure on December 31, 2007. It has occasionally been seen in reruns on TeenNick since January 1, 2008. In 2008, Nickelodeon produced two seasons of a revival of the program, My Family's Got Guts.
The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards UK, also known as the KCAs, is an annual awards show, similar to the American and Australian versions. The show features numerous celebrity guests and musical acts. In recent years slime stunts have come into the show. The KCAs also hosts live musical entertainment.
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '2017
Nickelodeon Robot Wars is a game show that aired on Nickelodeon from August 25, 2002 to October 6, 2002. Hosted by Dave Aizer, the show was Nickelodeon's take on Robot Wars, the popular and long-running robot-fighting game show. The show was canceled after one season, and subsequently aired on Nickelodeon GAS. The series of six shows was filmed at Shepperton Studios in England in January 2002 at the same time as the second season of the Robot Wars Extreme Warriors series shown on 'The New TNN' American television network. Both shows featured American teams and robots flown to England for the filming.
Nickelodeon All-Star Challenge is a three-episode game show television special that aired during The Big Help on October 3, 1994. The hosts of the special were Guts' Mike O'Malley, Double Dare and What Would You Do?'s Robin Marrella, who also served as referee, and Nick Arcade's Phil Moore, who also represented Double Dare due to his hosting the now-defunct traveling live show at the time. Representing Legends of the Hidden Temple was the character of "Olmec," voiced by Dee Bradley Baker. USA Today described the show as merging "the best games from Guts, Double Dare, Legends of the Hidden Temple and What Would You Do? into one big show." The show additionally combined all-star players from its contemporaneously-airing game shows Legends of the Hidden Temple and Guts with celebrities for fun.
Nickelodeon's 22nd Annual Kids' Choice Awards were held on March 28, 2009 at 8 p.m. on the Nell and John Wooden Court of Pauley Pavilion. Dwayne Johnson hosted this awards show which lasted for more than one and half hours. Voting commenced on March 2, 2009. Performers and presenters have been listed at the official site. The Jonas Brothers sang their song, Lovebug, but changed the line "catch this lovebug again" to "catch this slime time again". By the end of the program, they were named the "slime gods". According to Nickelodeon, the show was broadcast in more than "228 million households across Nickelodeon's 50 channels in Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and Latin America." It had 7.7 million viewers. More votes than ever were cast for this year’s KCAs. A record 91.1 million votes were cast on Nickelodeon websites. Prior to the live telecast, Lily Collins, Pick Boy and JJ hosted the "orange carpet", featuring celebrity interviews and a live performance by Miranda Cosgrove outside Pauley Pavilion.
Indonesia Kids Choice Awards is Indonesian version of Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, held since 2008 in Jakarta. And Indonesia is the second country in Asia who organized this award after Philippines. Following year, the event was again held on July 23, 2009 which took place in Tennis Indoor Senayan, Jakarta with the host by Raffi Ahmad, Ipank and Fitri Tropica. On May 9, 2010, the event was held again in Tennis Indoor Senayan. 2010 edition of this event is the first brought by four people show host.
The 8th annual Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards was held on Friday 8 October 2010 at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Nomination entries closed on 1 August 2010 and the nominees for this year's season, were revealed on 15 August 2010. It was also revealed that Jessica Watson received the Nickelodeon Platinum Achievement award. The Kids' Choice Awards was hosted by Liam Hemsworth, Jessica Mauboy and Jerry Trainor. There were live performances by Short Stack, Amy Meredith, Cody Simpson and Justice Crew.
Nick Jr. on CBS and Nick on CBS were the brandings for a Saturday morning children's programming block on CBS that ran from September 16, 2000 to September 9, 2006. The block featured programming from Nickelodeon, which at the time shared common ownership with CBS under Viacom. The block replaced CBS Kidshow, a block primarily composed of imported Canadian programming, that ran from 1997 to 2000. For the first two years, Nick Jr. on CBS aired programming exclusively from Nick Jr., including interstitials from Face, Nick Jr.'s mascot. On September 14, 2002, Nick Jr. on CBS was rebranded as Nick on CBS, expanding its lineup to include Nickelodeon shows not featured on Nick Jr.'s lineup. The Nickelodeon shows were removed in 2005 in favor for a return to an exclusively-Nick Jr. block. The block's continuity was provided by segments featuring Piper O'Possum. On December 31, 2005, Viacom was split into two different companies, with CBS Corporation becoming its own standalone company and Nickelodeon going to the new Viacom. Nick Jr. on CBS ended on September 9, 2006 and was replaced by KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS on September 16, 2006, as part of a multi-year partnership between CBS and Cookie Jar Entertainment.
The Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show which awards entertainers with a blimp trophy, as voted by kids. The show is usually held during October or November and a televised show is produced, touted as the biggest party for kids on the planet. The Australian Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards was discontinued after 2011 and replaced with the SlimeFest from 2012.
The Nickelodeon Philippines Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show which brought honors this year's biggest TV and sports personalities voted by kids and teenagers through text and online voting. Nickelodeon, an American cable television network, brought Kids' Choice Awards to the Philippines in an effort to strengthen its presence in Asia. According to Amit Jain, executive Vice-President and managing director of MTV Networks India, China and Southeast Asia, "This is a milestone for Nickelodeon's business in Southeast Asia as it will deliver on Nick's commitment of providing global kids-centric shows and properties which are adapted to reflect local tastes and aspirations."
R U All That?: Nickelodeon's Search For The Funniest Kid In America was an All That contest shown on Nickelodeon on July 26, 2003.
Nickelodeon Splat! is a television block on Nickelodeon. It aired live every weekday in the summer of 2004, during commercial breaks between Nickelodeon shows on the early evening programming block. It was a game show, with teams divided into three colors. The teams, made up of audience members and park guests age 7 to 16 taken from the Universal Studios Florida theme park, would have to perform silly humorous tasks to earn prizes. At the end of each show one team would win, and the team along with its captain and respective portion of the studio audience would be blasted with the network's trademark slime. An ongoing score was also kept, and at the end of the series, the yellow team had won. The show was canceled in October 2004. It was the final program to be taped at Nickelodeon Studios, as the studio closed less than a year after the final taping.
The -8th annual Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards were held on 10 October at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. The show was hosted by The Veronicas and Zac Efron. Voting for the nominees of the awards commenced on 1 July 2007 and ended on 22 July 2007 and on 1 August 2007 the full list of nominees were announced with new category Biggest Greenie. On 14 August 2007 the voting commenced. Torrie Wilson and Bobby Lashley were also scheduled to appear.
Nickelodeon Launch Box is an educational television series that was produced jointly by Nickelodeon and NASA. It was meant to teach kids about space travel technology. As part of the Cable in the Classroom service, the show was intended to be taped by teachers and shown in the classroom. Each episode also included a teachers portion before and after where ideas for lessons and other aides were discussed. The show was filmed at Nickelodeon Studios and made use of many sets for Nickelodeon shows such as What Would You Do? and Double Dare. The show aired from 1991 to 1994. It had a running time of 30 minutes and was produced by Alexandra J Bennett.