iParty with Victorious, Victoria Justice and Miranda Cosgrove
The last time Nickelodeon stars Miranda Cosgrove and Victoria Justice met, it was in the ring.
In the iCarly special "iFight Shelby Marx," Carly (Cosgrove) jokingly challenged CFC's youngest female fighter Shelby Marx (Justice) to a match on her webcast, only to have Shelby show up to accept the challenge. Carly took a mighty punch to the face before it was all over.
The actresses were both happy to report that there was no blood shed making their latest special, the iCarly-Victorious crossover event...
Big Time Rush
Big Time Rush has been renewed for a 20-episode third season, Nickelodeon announced Tuesday.
The series, which follows four Minnesota boys who move to Los Angeles for a chance at music stardom, will go back into production in...
SpongeBob SquarePants has been renewed for a ninth season, Nickelodeon announced Monday.
Nick ordered a 26-episode season, which will push the hit children's cartoon over the 200-episode mark.
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"SpongeBob's success in reaching over 200 episodes is a testament to creator Stephen Hillenburg's vision, comedic sensibility and his dynamic, lovable characters," Brown Johnson, Nickelodeon's animation president, said in a statement....
The Penguins of Madagascar are known for putting their own unique spin on things, and the holidays are no exception.
While many will be celebrating Christmas on Dec. 25th, the penguins will be ringing in their annual Kidsmas celebration. To make the most of the only day the zoo is closed to visitors, the penguins try to organize decorations, food, gifts and a visit from Santa. Unfortunately, they must first...
After six years of sporting short shorts as Lt. Jim Dangle on Reno 911!, Thomas Lennon is showing a very different side in his role on Nickelodeon's newest animated series, Planet Sheen.
In the new series, Lennon will play Pinter the flying eyeball and sidekick to the...
Lucas Cruikshank says there's a lot more to his alter ego Fred Figglehorn than screaming temper tantrums.
"Well... if you can get past the voice," Cruikshank says.
For the unfamiliar, Fred is a tyrannical 6-year-old video blogger with the voice of Alvin the Chipmunk and the body of a teen. He's also one of YouTube's biggest stars.