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And Now You Feel Old: Compare and Contrast Nickelodeon’s Schedule 1991-2011


Unless it doesn’t make you feel old, in which case GET OFF MY LAWN. Count Duckula, my god I thought I’d dreamed that show.

(via The Daily What.)

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  • http://zadl.org ZAD-L, Last Zombie of Krypton

    I miss You Can’t Do That on Television. And it’s amazing that they show four hours of Spngebob a day now. 

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_R2FMHKH5PXMKNIJ5PDG37N4SVQ Erin

    Hmm, I wonder if the only reason this doesn’t make me feel that old is because I didn’t used to watch much TV…  I still don’t watch “real” tv… our tv isn’t even hooked up for public broadcasting, lol.  Internet tv though means I stay up entirely too late watching old cartoons…

  • Julianne McCartney

    I’m just gonna say it; 90′s Nickelodeon was far, far better. It was when cartoons were great, live action shows were pretty cool, and those awesome interstitial Nickelodeon animations played in between each time slot. Okay, I’m done my old lady rant.

  • Anonymous

    The most remarkable thing to me, looking at that, is how much *less* programming there is.  So many more repeats and less actual programming.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=813165390 Annika Raaen

    I was just going to say the same thing. The programming was so diverse and colorful in 1991. Sad.

  • http://twitter.com/TinyNinjas Lynna

    This is awful, there are approximately 52% less shows nowadays in the schedule than in 1991, and most of it is shown in 1 hour blocks. From my count, now there are 12 total shows of orginal programming in 2011 compared to 1991′s 16 or so. So not only are they cutting down on shows altogether, they’re cutting down orginal programming in order to just replay their more lucrative shows ad nauseum. There’s something seriously wrong with that.

  • http://twitter.com/TinyNinjas Lynna

    This is awful, there are approximately 52% less shows nowadays in the schedule than in 1991, and most of it is shown in 1 hour blocks. From my count, now there are 12 total shows of orginal programming in 2011 compared to 1991′s 16 or so. So not only are they cutting down on shows altogether, they’re cutting down orginal programming in order to just replay their more lucrative shows ad nauseum. There’s something seriously wrong with that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Kristin-Frederickson/852880113 Kristin Frederickson

    Ugh, I’m turning 20 tomorrow. Bye-bye teenage years.

  • http://twitter.com/jewelmcjem jewelmcjem

    Lassie?  The Patty Duke show?  Was that Nick @ Nite before it got its own channel?  I dont’ remember those on Nick in the 90′s.  80′s maybe.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_6HFWIRFPNMGLHN7WMBQGSS6UHY Anders

    Yeah, I always thought it was weird how we suddenly have 2 hour blocks of one show. Anyone know what the logic behind that is? I assume it’s about playing the most popular shows to get more kids to watch the advertising, but is it that much more effective?

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  • Anonymous

    As a TV-baby-sat child, it’s kinda scary that I vaguely remember that line up, considering I was four in 1991. Except from 1 to 3pm. I think that was nap time. XD