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Drake & Josh courtesy Chris Cuffaro/Nickelodeon
Break out the eggnog (non-alcoholic, of course) all you Drake & Josh fans, and start celebrating the holidays early this year! Nickelodeon has just announced that two of their most popular stars Drake Bell and Josh Peck, will be reuniting for a new, two-hour original TV movie Drake & Josh: Best Christmas Ever. Set to begin production in July, the pic will "blend the classic buddy comedy viewers have come to expect from Drake and Josh with a heartwarming story for the season, says Marjorie Cohn, executive vice president of Nick's Development and Original Programming.In the hilarious adventure, Drake and Josh, who happen to be working as the mall Santa and his helper, promise an adorable little girl that her foster parents and siblings will have "the best Christmas ever." Easier said than done considering this promise changes their lives completely (and lands Josh behind bars). What's your take on the reunion movie idea? Think this was brought about in part because o...
Drake Bell courtesy Dimension Films
Jeers to Nickelodeon for promoting Superhero Movie during tween-friendly shows like iCarly. Sure, it stars Drake Bell from the networks Drake & Josh, but the PG-13 flick also features to quote the MPAA advisory crude and sexual content, comic violence, drug references and language. (Not to mention Leslie Nielsen having sex with a corpse.) Then again, when a pregnant 17-year-old headlines one of your channels kidcoms, I guess anything goes. For more Cheers & Jeers, check out the new vodcast. Share your own raves and rants about other shows on the Reader Cheers & Jeers discussion board. We may feature your Cheer or Jeer on TVGuide.com or in TV Guide magazine!
Friday night's premiere of Drake & Josh: Really Big Shrimp delivered 5.8 million total viewers, making it the most-watched TV-movie in Nickelodeon history. It also marked the cabler's best performance with tweens age 9 to 14, bringing in 2.3 million of 'em. Nick's previous record holder was 2006's Drake & Josh Go Hollywood, which Really Big Shrimp bested by six percent in total viewers.