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Double Dare Returns to Nickelodeon With New Episodes, and SOMEONE GET ME MY HELMET!

I cannot tell a lie. Marc Summers was one of my very first celebrity crushes, and I had the Double Dare home game. Getting splattered with all sorts of slime and coming out the nostril of a gigantic nose for prizes? I was into it. So, when I heard that Nickelodeon would be bringing back Double Dare, my heart was filled with not just a little bit of glee.

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I Can’t Stand How Much Nostalgia Nickelodeon Packed Into the Hey Arnold Movie Peek

Real talk: it makes me kind of sick (in the best way!) to see how much nostalgia they poured into the new trailer for Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie.

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Rocko’s Modern Life Trailer Seems Oddly Anti-Tech, and That’s Just Fine With Me

At San Diego Comic-Con, Nickelodeon premiered a pretty sizable sneak peek at the upcoming Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling made-for-TV movie.

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Prepare for DOOM: Invader Zim Is Coming Back to Conquer Your Television

I'm gonna sing the doom song now.

Years ago in the forgotten time of 2001, comic book writer and artist Jhonen Vasquez, known for creations like Johnny the Homicidal Maniac and Squee, created Invader Zim for Nickelodeon and brought the world another of the network's oddly not-exactly-kid-friendly entires. Sadly, it the now-cult classic didn't hit widespread popularity while it was on the air, and it was canceled the next year after two seasons.

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New Legends of the Hidden Temple Trailer Packed With Guards, Pendants of Life, and Silver Monkeys (Oh My)

It's getting really hard to tell who this Legends of the Hidden Temple movie is for.

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Nickelodeon Theme Park Ready to Bring Your Childhood to Life

Nickelodeon Universe, at 8.5 acres, will be the largest indoor amusement park in North America.

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Gwen Stefani’s Kuu Kuu Harajuku Series Brings Her Cultural Appropriation to Nickelodeon

But, should it?

Back in the lazy, hazy days of the Early Aughts, a solo Gwen Stefani, having stepped away from No Doubt, debuted not only her first solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby., but also a new sense of style inspired by Japanese pop culture and the girls from the Tokyo neighborhood of Harajuku. Now, a cartoon inspired by her cultural appropriation is coming to Nickelodeon.

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Make a Movie, Wash Your Hands: Rocko’s Modern Life Movie Headed to Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon has greenlit the production of a Rocko's Modern Life TV movie, to be premiered on Nickelodeon.

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Get Ready to Yell at That Silver Monkey in This Legends of the Hidden Temple Movie Trailer

The choice to watch this movie is yours, and yours alone.

Nickelodeon has been touting its Legends of the Hidden Temple film for a while now, and after a big showing at San Diego Comic-Con, they've released a trailer, allowing us a peek at the movie itself.

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A Thread of 90s Fashion Still Lives in These Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie Character Studies

I'm busting out the nostalgia goggles for this one. Nickelodeon just came out with our first look at Arnold, Helga, Gerald, Phoebe, and Grandpa from Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie.

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“Time to Make History:” Nickelodeon Features First Married Same-Sex Couple in The Loud House

In an episode that will air this Wednesday, Lincoln's friend Clyde McBride will come over for a sleepover accompanied by his two overprotective fathers who are adorably having a tough time watching their son grow up.

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Nickelodeon Working on TV Movies Based on Hey Arnold! and Legends of the Hidden Temple

Our time machine worked!

Some day, entertainment companies will run out of old things to remake and repurpose, but today is not that day. Game show Legends of the Hidden Temple and NickToon Hey Arnold are set to return as ... TV movies.

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Nickelodeon Sets Us Up the Nostalgia Bomb, Announces Massive 90s Nicktoons Movie

Only 90s kids etc. etc.

Nickelodeon is gearing up to drop the biggest nostalgia bomb in the history of forever.

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John Boyega Stars in New Animated Nickelodeon Web Series

"Loads of fart jokes, loads of burp jokes, what more does a kid want?"

John Boyega will voice a character on the new Nickelodeon UK and Ireland show, Tinkershrimp & Dutch alongside Sam Riley, Darren Evans, and Alex Lowe.

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Hey Arnold!’s Return Will Finally Reveal Where Arnold’s Parents Are

Last we heard about Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold! reboot, it was planned to lead up to a massive crossover tentpole film that would tie together the universes of Rugrats, Angry Beavers, and the rest. That might still happen, but first, Nickelodeon plans to build -- or rebuild? -- Arnold's world via a straight-to-TV movie.

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Rugrats Artist Re-Imagines Kids All Growed Up, Preserving Their “Awkward Lumpiness”

There are plenty interpretations of what the Rugrats might look like all grown up, but this one comes from the show's storyboard artist, Eric Molinksy.

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender the Complete Series on DVD!

We are all about Avatar this week! Not only did we have a chance to interview the series' co-creators, our trusty Social Media Manager Sam Riedel also reviewed Avatar: The Last Airbender the Complete Series on DVD.

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Ponder Your Mortality With a Video of Teens Reacting to ’90s Cartoons

"I don't know, i was only in the '90s for two years." akoopr]dfiojnxcueds

'90s cartoons are about to make a big resurgence on both the big and small screen, but today's #teens couldn't know less about some of my most beloved series.

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After Nickelodeon Reboots the ’90s Cartoon Lineup, They’ll Make A Nicktoons Crossover Movie

Remember Nickelodeon's plan to reboot Hey Arnold! and Rugrats and other '90s-era Nicktoons? Apparently, the end goal of this slew of TV reboots is to turn the world of Nicktoons into a massive crossover tentpole film.

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The Rugrats & Hey Arnold! Reboots You Didn’t Ask For Are Coming Anyway

Nickelodeon plans to reboot two cartoon darlings from the 1990s: Hey Arnold! and Rugrats. “We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way,” said Russell Hicks, who's the president of content and development at Nickelodeon.

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