Nickelodeon is reportedly developing a new series to, early on, get kids used to their dismal futures plopping down on the couch and sleepily watching a crime procedural. According to Deadline, Scott Marshall is teaming with his holiday-based-romance-loving dad Garry to write and direct for Nick what would essentially be a multi-camera sitcom take on Law & Order, but with children 10 to 12 years old. The show is said to center around a boy cop, his district attorney brother, a girl judge "both have a crush on," a corrupt mayor, and a well-connected malt shoppe owner. In other words, it's fluff compared to the tough legal realities of Nickelodeon's Kids' Court.
Figure It Out--Nickelodeon's take on What's My Line and Danny Tamberelli's last taxable income--is returning to the cable network that first asked Lori Beth Denberg to guess the talent of some kid with a bowl cut.... / Continue →
Looks like we won't be seeing a young cast of Taylor Lautners piloting robot cats on the big screen any time soon. According to Variety, rights holders World Event Prods and Classic Media have abandoned plans for a Voltron movie in favor of just cranking out some new toys tied ... / Continue →
Doug Funny. Pete Wrigley (Big & Little). iCarly. Joe Simpson, fame-whoring father of Jessica and Ashlee Simpson. What do they have in common? They're all popular (or soon to be!) Nickelodeon characters:
Joe Simpson, father and manager of pop stars Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, h... / Continue →