Nickelodeon Animation does not currently have a president.
A Los Angeles animation studio creating work that appeared on Disney and Nick-owned platforms didn’t pay it artists for months and suddenly shut down.
At this point in TV animation history, if Nickelodeon still hasn’t given you your own pilot, you’re probably doing something wrong.
Viscardi’s first project will be to oversee a “Hey Arnold!” made-for-TV movie.
The most useless career advice you’ll ever get, courtesy of Nick Animation.
Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko’s animated series convincingly broke Nickelodeon’s dudebro mold. Will they be the last?
The last time these shows aired, memes, emojis, and GIFs were barely dreams in the dotcom industry’s internetworked brain.
In October, Nickelodeon unveils a new programming block dedicated to ’90s standouts like “The Ren & Stimpy Show,” “Doug,” “Hey Arnold!” and “Rugrats.”
Mashing together their older characters could prove more popular than any of the network’s current offerings.
‘The SpongeBob Musical’ will debut in Chicago next year before heading to Broadway.
The “social-media influenced comedy” will debut in 2016.
Butch Hartman knows a thing or two about working with a network — which is why he’s starting and funding his own.
New episodes of “Harvey Beaks” were pulled from the network’s summer schedule with no warning to the staff.
Responsible for shepherding “Welcome to the Wayne,” James Stephenson will oversee animation development and creation at Nick’s Burbank studio.
Viacom, the parent company of Nick, MTV, and Comedy Central, insists it’s still relevant. No one else thinks so.
LIke his fellow ‘Avatar’ co-creator, Michael DiMartino is entering the world of publishing.
Hurry up and wait, benders! Bryan Konietzo’s debut graphic novel series arrives in 2017.
Nickelodeon and Norwegian Cruise Lines are breaking up.
Johnny Ryan and Dave Cooper’s profane comic sensibilities are cleaned up for the kids.
Nick’s production chief Russell Hicks speaks to Cartoon Brew about the evolving world of television, and what it means for both viewers and creators.