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Nickelodeon is bringing back the '90s.
Popular sitcoms All That, Clarissa Explains it All, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Rugrats, Rocket Power, Salute Your Shorts, The Amanda Show and Kenan & Kel will be added to a block of programming on TeenNick called "The '90s Are All That!" Nickelodeon announced on Thursday.
Victorious star Victoria Justice has shown off her singing skills and now co-star Leon Thomas is proving he's got talent as well.
On Monday's episode titled "The Diddly-Bops," André (Thomas) is close to being signed by a record label, but when a video of his goofy birthday party performance is leaked online, he must prove that he's a serious musician.
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Saturday Night Live
It'll be Jim-dandy when the late-night lampooner returns for the first show of 2011 with Jim Carrey taking on hosting duties. The star of I Love You Phillip Morris, The Truman Show, Man on the Moon and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind teams up with the primed-for-prime-time players to lacerate today's headline-splashing people and events. Meanwhile, alt-rock darlings the Black Keys deliver their bluesy-rock blast on the music stage. The guitar-drum duo released the CD Brothers in 2010. — Dean Maurer
Read on for previews of NFL Playoff, Clash of the Titans, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Victorious, Perfectly Prudence and Primeval.
The last time Barbara Walters sat down with President Obama was in July, on The View. Tonight's get-together (the interview was taped Tuesday) is on Obama's turf, the White House. Walters also interviewed Obama in November 2008, just after he was elected, and they talked at some length about the precarious state of the economy then. It's a bit stronger now, but he's a bit weaker politically, and the Democrats' midterm "shellacking" is likely to be Topic A. And First Lady Michelle Obama's also taking part in the session, so expect insight into how the First Family is dealing with the state of things, personally. — Paul Droesch
Read on for previews of Seinfeld, College Football, TV's Funniest Holiday Moments: A Paley Center for Media Special, Victorious, What Not to Wear: Best Mommy Makeovers and Rock Docs.
Ariana Grande may only be 16, but she's an old soul.
The Victorious actress reveals to TVGuide.com that her musical taste and fashion sense date back a few decades.
VIDEO: Victoria Justice talks about her hairy new role
Victoria Justice's career is about to get a little bit hairier.
In a new Nickelodeon original movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, Justice plays Jordan Sands. When Jordan moves to an inherited castle in Romania with her brother and father, her life changes forever when she steps on a vile of werewolf blood.
Victorious star Victoria Justice and iCarly's Jennette McCurdy are teaming up for Nickelodeon's The Penguins of Madagascar.
In the episode, Justice and McCurdy lend their voices to badgers Stacy and Becky. The pair join the zoo as part of a new badger exhibit and are very excited about their new...
Nickelodeon has green-lit a live-action TV-movie adaptation of its hit animated series The Fairly Oddparents, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The movie, titled A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up Timmy Turner!, will mix live action with CG animation and will follow a now-23-year-old Timmy, to be played by ...
On Nickelodeon's Victorious, Tori Vega (Victoria Justice) is thrown into the spotlight when she's accepted at a prestigious performing arts high school. In real life, the star doesn't quite get the idea of being famous.
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Elizabeth Gillies says her character on Nickelodeon's Victorious isn't a mean girl — she's just bad. The 16-year-old is fine with that, because she considers herself pretty dark as well. Or as dark as you can get on a show about singing teens at a performing arts school. She talked to TVGuide.com about what it's like to torment the show's sweetness-and-light aspiring singer, Tori Vega (Victoria Justice).
Watch the video here.