Nick unwraps December specials

MUMBAI: Nickelodeon will deliver a bounty of presents to make kids and tweens merry throughout the month of December.

The slate includes seven new seasonal specials and an array of what it calls holiday favourites.

In the spirit of the season, Nick reunites Drake Bell and Josh Peck -- for a two-hour original TV movie, Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh which will air on 5 December.

Then spreading more chuckles and cheer, the kids network delivers toonful Yuletide premieres of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! on the same day, The Wonder Pets! on 8 December and The Fairly OddParents on 12 December.

On 13 December Nick unwraps new back-to-back holiday episodes of the shows iCarly, True Jackson, VP and The Naked Brothers Band.

At once a comic adventure and a poignant story for the season, Merry Christmas, Drake and Josh guest-stars Henry Winkler and MMA fighter Kimbo Slice respectively. And on a merry, musical note headliner Drake Bell rings in the season - and engages the foster kids and his band -- with renditions of the songs Jingle Bells and The 12 Days of Christmas.

A trio of holiday special episodes of iCarly, True Jackson, VP and The Naked Brothers Band will light up Nick‘s airwaves on 13 December. iCarly‘s iChristmas leads off with a take-off of the Christmas classic It‘s a Wonderful Life. Carly angrily wishes she had a ‘normal‘ brother after Spencer‘s magnetic tree sculpture catches fire, incinerating the presents beneath it.

Mitch the angel appears to show her what her life would be like with a buttoned-up brother.

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