Aaahh!! Real Monsters was an American animated television series developed by Klasky Csupó for Nickelodeon. The show focused on three young monsters – Ickis, Oblina and Krumm – who attended a school for monsters under a city dump to learn how to frighten humans. Many of the episodes revolved around them making it to the surface in order to perform “scares” as class assignments. The series originally premiered in October 1994, running a total of 52 episodes over 4 seasons. The final episode aired in December 1997.
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The Ren & Stimpy Show was an American animated series created by John Kricfalusi for Nickelodeon. The show followed the adventures of title characters Ren, an emotionally unstable Chihuahua, and Stimpy, a good-natured, dimwitted cat. It premiered in August 1991 as one of the original three Nicktoons, along with Rugrats and Doug. Throughout its run, the show was controversial for its off-colour, dark humour, sexual innuendos, adult jokes and violence. The show ended in December 1995, with a total of five seasons and 52 episodes.
The Angry Beavers was an American animated television series created by Mitch Schauer for Nickelodeon that ran from April 1997 to June 2001. The series revolved around Daggett and Norbert Beaver, two young beaver brothers who had left their home to become bachelors in the forest near the fictional Wayouttatown, Oregon.
The Amanda Show was an American live action sketch comedy and variety show created by Dan Schneider that originally aired from October 1999 to September 2002. It starred Amanda Bynes, Drake Bell and Nancy Sullivan, and featured John Kassir, Raquel Lee, and Josh Peck.
Rugrats was an American animated television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó and Paul Germain for Nickelodeon. The show focused on a group of toddlers, mainly Tommy, Chuckie, twins Phil and Lil and their older cousin Angelica and their day-to-day lives, usually involving common life experiences that become adventures in the babies’ imaginations. The series originally premiered in August 1991 as the second Nicktoon after Doug and preceding The Ren & Stimpy Show. Production was initially halted in 1995 after 65 episodes, with the last episode airing in May 1994. Due to the show’s popularity, a series of animated films have been released since including The Rugrats Movie, Rugrats in Paris: The Movie and Rugrats Go Wild, a crossover film with fellow Klasky Csupó series The Wild Thornberrys released in 2003.
Rocko’s Modern Life was an American animated sitcom created by Joe Murray for Nickelodeon. The series centered on the surreal life of an anthropomorphic Australian-immigrant wallaby named Rocko as well as his friends: the gluttonous steer Heffer, the neurotic turtle Filburt, and Rocko’s faithful dog Spunky in the fictional town of O-Town. Throughout its run, the show was controversial for its adult humour, including double entendre, innuendo, and satirical social commentary. The show originally premiered in September 1993 and ended in November 1996, totaling four seasons and 52 episodes. A TV special was announced in 2016, and is set to premiere in 2018.
Hey Arnold! was an American animated television series created by Craig Bartlett that aired from October 1996 to June 2004. The show focus on a fourth grader named Arnold, who lived with his grandparents in an inner-city boarding house. The series centred on his experiences navigating big city life while dealing with the problems he and his friends encounter.
Dexter’s Laboratory was an American comic science fiction animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series followed Dexter, a boy-genius and inventor with a secret laboratory in the basement of his house, who constantly battled his sister Dee Dee in an attempt to keep her out of the lab. He also engaged in a bitter rivalry with his neighbor and fellow-genius Mandark. Dexter’s Laboratory received widespread critical acclaim and became one of Cartoon Network's most popular and successful original series. During its run, the series won three Annie Awards, with nominations for four Primetime Emmy Awards, four Golden Reel Awards, and nine additional Annie Awards. The series is notable for helping launch the careers of several animators, such as Craig McCracken, Seth MacFarlane, Butch Hartman, and Rob Renzetti. The series originally premiered in March 1996, running a total of 78 episodes over 4 seasons. The final episode aired in December 1999.
CatDog was an American animated television series created by Peter Hannan for Nickelodeon. The show depicts the life of conjoined brothers, with one half being a cat and the other a dog. The series originally aired from October 1998 to June 2005 for four seasons and 68 episodes.
Blue’s Clues was an American live-action/animated children’s television series that originally premiered on Nickelodeon in September 1996. The show originally hosted by Steve Burns, who left in 2002 and was replaced by Donovan Patton followed an animated blue-spotted dog named Blue as she led the host and viewers on a treasure hunt. Blue’s Clues became the highest-rated show for preschoolers on American commercial television and was critical to Nickelodeon's growth. It has been called "one of the most successful, critically acclaimed, and ground-breaking preschool television series of all time.” The last episode aired in August 2006. A spin-off called Blue's Room premiered in 2004.
Based on the books by Marc Brown, the show follows the adventures of Arthur, an eight-year-old aardvark, and his family and friends, and their daily interactions with each other in the fictional American city of Elwood City. The series has been running since it originally aired in 1996.
The Wild Thornberrys is an American animated television series that originally aired on Nickelodeon between September 1998 and June 2004. The series focused around a nomadic family of documentary filmmakers known as the Thornberrys, famous for their televised wildlife studies. It primarily centered on the family’s younger daughter Eliza, and her secret gift of being able to communicate with animals, which was bestowed upon her after having rescued a shaman masquerading as a trapped warthog. The gift enabled her to talk to the Thornberrys' pet chimpanzee Darwin. Together, the pair frequently ventured through the wilderness, befriending many species of wild animals along the way or realizing moral truths and lessons through either their experiences or a particular animal species' lifestyle, or simply assisting the creatures, by which they became acquainted, in their difficulties.