Legend of Korra', in which the mythology of
the animated franchise from 'Avatar: The Last
Airbender' creators Michael Dante DiMartino
and Bryan Konietzko, continues. The series centres
around a new Avatar named Korra, a 17-year-old
headstrong and rebellious girl who continually
challenges and bucks tradition on her quest
to become a fully realised Avatar in a world
where benders are under attack. The half-hour
series will debut on 14 April.
Rabbids', which will join the net's animation
line-up next year, brings to television the
hysterical physical comedy that has become so
popular in Ubisoft's Raving Rabbids video games.
Nickelodeon has secured global broadcast rights
for 26 new CG episodes of the show, which will
be produced by Ubisoft.
vs. Aliens', the new animated television series,
marks the third partnership between Nickelodeon
and DreamWorks Animation. Green-lit for 26 episodes
and based on the characters from the 2009 film,
the new series will continue to follow the funny
escapades of the beloved, well-meaning monsters.
And Monster' will also be hitting Nickelodeon's
air for a 26-episode run for the 2012-2013 season.
This CG-animated buddy comedy is set in a unique
world where gangs of Howling Cyber Monkeys roam
the streets at night, everybody loves bacon,
and robots and monsters live side by side, but
typically don't get along.
A SpongeBob Christmas!' - Nickelodeon's first
full-length stop-motion animated special - is
inspired by the classic Rankin/Bass specials.
The SpongeBob song released in 2009, 'Don't
Be a Jerk, It's Christmas', written by Tom Kenny
(voice of SpongeBob) and Andy Paley. In 'It's
A SpongeBob Christmas!', Plankton vows to get
his Christmas wish the Krabby Patty formula
by turning everyone in Bikini Bottom
bad by feeding them his special jerktonium-laced
special features John Goodman as Santa Claus,
and will air in December 2012.
Action: As part of the overall 650 new episodes
the network is rolling out this year, Nickelodeon's
live-action slate will include:
More new episodes of 'iCarly', 'Victorious',
'Big Time Rush' and 'Supah Ninjas'.
A 26-episode pick-up of 'Marvin' starring Internet
sensation Lucas Cruikshank (AKA Fred). The half-hour
comedy follows the exploits of Marvin, an alien
teen, living with a human family, while trying
to fit into life on earth.
A development project for UK pop sensation One
Direction, who will next collaborate with Nick
when they perform live at Nickelodeon's 2012
Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles on 31 March.
it Out' is a contemporary revival of the '90s
family friendly game show. The show, which begins
production in Los Angeles this April, will launch
later this year with 40 brand-new episodes.
Figure It Out features a panel of celebrities
trying to guess kid contestants' unique talents
and skills by asking 'yes' or 'no' questions
while being bombarded by messy visual and tactile
also highlighted several live-action projects
currently in development, including pilots for
Nick at Nite with Scott Baio (Daddy's Home);
'Wendell And Vinnie', a comedy about a goofball
uncle (Jerry Trainor from iCarly) who becomes
the guardian to his conservative 12-year old
genius nephew; and a new Nickelodeon series
from hit-maker Dan Schneider that will star
Jennette McCurdy from iCarly; and a series starring
The X Factor sensation Rachel Crow.