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Upfront 2011: The 90's are All That (THERE IS A GOD!!!)

Started by KyL416, March 10, 2011, 03:38:53 PM


They modified it again

Clarissa continues its run this week.

As of now Hey Dude starts 10/10, although now it\'s starting at the 5th episode.

Amanda Show still gets its two weeks and Are You Afraid of the Dark still gets the week of the 31st.


Let\'s just say, if you voted for U Pick after yesterday you wasted your time.

On a side note I have two conflicting schedules right now, so take this with a grain of salt. One entry has the regular Malcolm at 10pm and What I Like about You at 11pm followed by one U Pick result at 12am and blank slots the rest of the block. The other one has Full House at 10:30pm - 12am and then a generic "U Pick" block.

They are still updating the grids so I\'ll probably have a better idea later today

The one with the U Pick result and blanks now has Full House too.


And now the entire schedule is revamped. Starting Friday the block is airing 7 nights a week and will air from 10pm - 2am

U Pick is on at 10pm and 12am Fridays

Saturday\'s and Sunday\'s mirror the weekday schedule.

Starting Saturday Hey Dude has Clarissa\'s slot.

Degrassi reruns air at 2am
Malcolm in the Middle moves to 3am
What I Like about You moves to 4am


Hey Dude and The Return of Stick Stickly Take TeenNick\'s "The \'90s Are All That" Into Prime-Time

Two-Hour Block Moves to 10 p.m. (ET), Expands to Weekends Beginning Oct. 7

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2011 -- TeenNick super-serves \'90s Nick fans with even more of what they want as "The \'90s Are All That" programming block moves into prime-time, seven days a week, with an updated lineup to include the much-requested Hey Dude.  The block also features a brand-new interactive segment, "UPick with Stick," hosted by the most famous popsicle stick from the \'90s ever, Stick Stickly.

The rotating block of iconic Nickelodeon \'90s shows will kick off its new 10 p.m. - 12 a.m. (all times Eastern) time slot on Friday, Oct. 7, with the inaugural viewer-voted "UPick with Stick" lineup.  Every Friday night, "UPick with Stick" will be hosted by Stick Stickly, featuring the original voice actor in the role, Paul Christie.  "UPick with Stick" will feature \'90s Nickelodeon episodes chosen by viewers via Facebook (// and //  Hey Dude joins "The \'90s Are All That" block on Saturday, Oct. 8, along with All That, Kenan & Kel and Doug, with replays 12-2 a.m. on TeenNick.  "The \'90s Are All That" on TeenNick has scored huge gains for the net, posting double-digit increases over last year with A18-34 (+50%) in the time period.

Hey Dude aired from 1989 to 1991 and was one of Nickelodeon\'s first original live-action series.  Hey Dude was shot on location in Tucson, Ariz., and centered on a colorful group of teenage staffers working at the Bar None western dude ranch.  Whether recapturing prize stallions, rescuing guests from perilous situations or dealing with everyday growing pains, the teens were continually facing new challenges.  The ranch is owned by Mr. Ernst (David Brisbin), a sometimes-too-enthusiastic, but well meaning boss.  Crew members on the ranch included: Ted (David Lascher), the handsome schemer; sweet Melody (Christine Taylor), the lifeguard; Brad (Kelly Brown), the self-absorbed riding instructor and earnest Danny (Joe Torres).

Nickelodeon has ranked as the top-rated basic cable network with kids and total viewers for the last 16 years -- since 1995, the longest run of its kind.  The 1990s represent Nickelodeon\'s first major expansion into original programming and content spanning multiple genres -- animation, live-action, preschool, game shows, awards shows, feature films, news and pro-social campaigns -- across both television and the internet.  The \'90s also saw the opening of Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Fla., where the network\'s sitcoms and game shows were made before moving to Los Angeles; and the Nickelodeon Animation Studio in Burbank, Calif., where today more than 450 episodes of new animation are being produced, the largest amount in the network\'s history.  

With Nickelodeon\'s first foray into original programming in 1991 -- the animated hit series Ren & Stimpy, Doug and Rugrats -- the network launched a new television era of original programming for kids, as well as creating a pipeline of groundbreaking animation that continues through today.  Nick\'s innovations in the world of live-action have also yielded a score of defining hits, ranging from the 1990s\' All That and Clarissa Explains It All, to today\'s iCarly , Victorious and Big Time Rush .  Nickelodeon\'s stars from the \'90s to now have also gone on to have major entertainment careers, with a roll call of names including Kenan Thompson, Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon, Mike O\'Malley, Miranda Cosgrove, Victoria Justice, Drake Bell, Josh Peck and the members of Big Time Rush, among many others.

About Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon, now in its 32nd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The company includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, online, recreation, books and feature films. Nickelodeon\'s U.S. television network is seen in more than 100 million households and has been the number-one-rated basic cable network for 16 consecutive years. For more information or artwork, visit // Nickelodeon and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom Inc. (NYSE: VIA, VIA.B).

About TeenNick

TeenNick, the 24-hour TV network exclusively for and about teens and tweens, is available in more than 71 million households via cable, digital cable and satellite, as well on mobile, VOD and broadband.  TeenNick\'s distinct perspective connects its audience to the electricity and possibilities of teendom, anytime and anywhere, with original series and ever-popular favorites.  TeenNick and all related titles, characters and logos are trademarks of Viacom International Inc.


They modified the episodes for next week to account for the run continuing on weekends.

As of now they didn\'t update the following week so I don\'t know yet if The Amanda Show and Are You Afraid of the Dark are still going to air as scheduled, but Hey Dude has the the Saturday and Sunday slots next week.


They updated the rest of the month, as of now Hey Dude continues indefinitely, no sign of Are You Afraid of the Dark, although knowing them that will change, and they\'ll tell us the day before it begins, lol.

As for The Amanda Show, it is getting the 6am and 2pm slots everyday starting Tuesday. Unfabulous also returns weekdays at 1pm. Victorious and Big Time Rush also join the daily schedule.

Buffy, Freaks and Geeks, Undeclared, and H2O are gone.


They still don\'t have the full listing up just 4 hour long blocks for some reason (which is why last week the only thing in the listings was a 2 hour block of Legends)

But this week\'s results include:
Rocket Power "Shark Bait/A Shot In The Park"
Rugrats "Naked Tommy/Tommy and the Secret Club"

On a side note, despite them saying you can vote as often as you want, the raw json code for the vote displays "ineligible to vote" after the first vote, lol


On another note, the ratings for these are going to be TV-Y which will be hilarious if Stick Stickley does something else adult again this week like talking about searching for Angry Beaver online ;)


Episodes of Are You Afraid of the Dark will be the choices for U Pick on October 28th.

The runs of the shows on October 24 - 31st will be interrupted for Halloween/horror themed episodes.


The results for this friday include:
All That "Good Burger special"
Doug "Doug Throws A Party/Doug Way Out West"

Instead of all Are You Afraid of the Dark, the choices for the 28th are going to be halloween episodes of other shows.

On a side note, still no sign of Nowhere to Run, however there\'s an all day marathon of Degrassi on 11/6 and 11/7


Wow. Someone must really not like Are You Afraid of the Dark.


I\'m awaiting further confirmation, (to make sure it isn\'t a case of a pending lineup change like before where an old generic lineup was listed for a day or two), but it appears the block is moving back to 12am - 4am starting Monday.

Edit: It\'s official Degrassi gets 10pm, Malcolm gets 11pm, 90\'s are All that moves to 12am - 4am.


TeenNick is airing Nowhere to Run on Friday, November 18 because god forbid they air the horror special near halloween...


It\'s all weekend long

Friday, October 28
12:00am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Dream Girl"
12:30am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Mystical Mirror"
1:00am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Thirteenth Floor"
1:30am Salute Your Shorts "The Ghost Story"

Saturday, October 29
12:00am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Dollmaker"
12:30am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Hatching"
1:00am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Night Shift"
1:30am AAAHH!!! Real Monsters "The Switching Hour"

Sunday, October 30
12:00am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of the Lonely Ghost"
12:30am Kenan & Kel "Two Heads Are Better Than None" (90 minutes)

Monday, October 31
12:00am Cry Baby Lane
1:30am Are You Afraid of the Dark? "The Tale of Old Man Corcoran"


Get ready to just be...disturbed

airing at 12am on Halloween night, the rare made for TV Movie...Cry Baby Lane