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'Hey Dude,' Stick Stickly Join TeenNick's Nostalgia Programming Block

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 5th 2011 1:45PM
Stick Stickly ReturnsHang on to your flannel because TeenNick is bringing two iconic Nickelodeon staples back to TV. 'Hey Dude' and Stick Stickly are joining the nostalgic TV schedule.

According to EW, The 90s Are All That block of programming is moving to primetime starting Fri., Oct. 7 at 10PM ET. Shows like 'Rocko's Modern Life,' 'Kenan & Kel' and 'Clarissa Explains it All' will be joined by 'Hey Dude' and Stick Stickly. The programming bock will now air daily.

Paul Christie will return as Stick Stickly to host 'UPick with Stick.' Every Friday, TeenNick will air 90s Nickelodeon episodes chosen by viewers on Facebook and 90sAreAllThat.com.

Have no fear night owls, TeenNick's nostalgia block will still air from 12-2AM.

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Rejoice! 'Rocko's Modern Life' & 'Hey Arnold' Join TeenNick's Nostalgia Programming

by Chris Harnick, posted Aug 24th 2011 1:50PM
Rocko's Modern LifeThe wallaby is back! Well, sort of. 'Hey Arnold!' and 'Rocko's Modern Life' have been added to TeenNick's The '90s Are All That programming block.

'Hey Arnold!' and 'Rocko's Modern Life' join the schedule starting Sept. 5 with back-to-back episodes from 12-1AM.

The shows join the regular line-up on Sept. 6 at 1AM and 1:30AM, replacing 'Clarissa Explains It All' and 'Doug' on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

You can also catch replays of these classic adventures of the yellow-haired city-dweller and the wallaby in a party shirt and his dog Spunky at 2-4AM.

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On The Scene: Wild Cards Return to 'America's Got Talent'

by Michael Maloney, posted Aug 18th 2010 8:32AM
America's Got TalentIf you were bummed out that dancers Anna and Patryk, rapper CJ Dipper, comic Doogie Horner and others didn't advance to the next round on 'America's Got Talent' then last night's episode was for you! A total of 12 former acts returned to the program and attempted to re-win America's votes.

Each of the show's three judges were allowed to bring back four acts, which likely meant that at least four routines weren't as likely to get a strike from Piers Morgan, who, let's face it, admits that he's wrong as often as Fonzie does.

"He was buzzing every act that wasn't his," Sharon Osbourne said after taping of Morgan's trigger finger. "That's very disrespectful to the artist. Unless I really think they should be buzzed, I won't do it."

Did Howie Mandel give Harmonica Pierre a strike because he was Morgan's candidate?

"I didn't buzz Pierre," clarifies Mandel, who tapped his 'X' button more to send a message to his fellow judge. (The plan was for Osbourne to hit hers, too.) "That was for Piers -- not Pierre. They took it off. As a joke, I thought Sharon would follow me. Then, she threw me under the bus -- on live TV! I hope it didn't throw Pierre."

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Nick Cannon Extends TeenNick Chairmanship

by Mike Moody, posted Aug 12th 2010 9:30AM
nick cannonWhat's the secret to long-lasting success in TV Land? Racking up good ratings doesn't hurt. And being a super popular actor/rapper/radio personality, who also happens to be married to a certain headline-grabbing diva, certainly helps.

Nick Cannon, a.k.a. Mr. Mariah Carey, is all of those things, and he's also helped TeenNick ring in its highest-rated quarter ever. The cable channel is celebrating by extending Cannon's run as network chairman through January 2012, reports Variety.

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'Degrassi' Goes Telenovela This Summer on TeenNick

by Rich Keller, posted Jul 12th 2010 7:00PM
For its 10th season,TeenNick will air new episodes of 'Degrassi' Monday thru ThursdayFor years -- nay decades -- U.S. fans of the Canadian-produced 'Degrassi' series of television shows have only been able to grab new episodes when available on their local public television stations and, most recently, TeenNick.

Despite this piecemeal distribution, the show has gained quite the following. That being said, the most recent announcement on the upcoming season will be music to their ears.

Variety is reporting the 10th season of 'Degrassi,' which will premiere on July 19 in the U.S. on TeenNick, will shift to a Monday to Thursday telenovela-style format. After the two-hour TV movie titled 'The Heat is On,' the series will air nightly at 9PM ET for six weeks. On Fridays, TeenNick will present a two-hour encore of the week's shows from 9 to 11PM.

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