I'm tired of people saying "SpongeBob is the only show carrying Nickelodeon" while in reality it's not true. Even as someone who used to admire the show, it has been hurting the network for a long time and the spin-offs prove it. Why won't anyone give new Nicktoons a chance and yet when they get screwed over, they pretend to care about them?
Since it's clear that I won't have a real-life job any time soon, might as well take two virtual jobs. TV Critic and TV Archivist. When you see me on the Internet, I will critique television shows, as well as archiving schedules, ratings, and more. I even run a group dedicated to cable tv: Log into Facebook | Facebook
Why is the Nickstory Wiki thread that I started a part of the Nicktoons April Fools Megathread. I clearly stated that it’s no April Fools joke. It’s just a Wiki dedicated to Nick history Open on its anniversary. No prank or anything Nickstory Wiki
I'm going to start adding sources for my TV schedule spreadsheets. That way, people won't ask me where I get them from. I know this forums have tons of CN schedule archive saved from 2007-2011, so I'll be covering that.
July 2017-January 2020. After 30 long months, the drought for a new Nicktoon that isn’t based existing property is over (I don’t count Pinky Malinky since it didn’t aired on TV)...so what do you people think of It’s Pony?
I find it sad that an one season Nicktoon is actually getting attention online over something controversial.
I’m not forcing you guys to change your views on Nick, But I hate the double standards with obscure Nicktoons like El Tigre and Harvey Beaks. It doesn’t get that much discussion while it’s airing and it only does when it’s something bad.
Since the cartoon community has already posted their first impressions on what to expect on Duncanville (FOX’s upcoming cartoon), can we stop comparing every single adult cartoon to Family Guy (even if most of them are comedy and don’t have the best looking art style)? Not all of them are remotely similar, even with the limited animation.
Can we stop putting words in Stephen Hillenburg’s mouth such as “He didn’t wanted this!” Regarding of certain things towards his show? It’s getting out of hand, especially with Nick’s SpongeBob musical tweet, which now have 4000 replies (majority of them are endless complaining). And I’ve been silent on the spin-offs for a reason.
Do you think people are overreacting on Nickelodeon too much this year? They always try to find a way to mindlessly hate on Nick for petty reasons, such as relying on reboots and now a birthday post. I wish they focus more on the positives.
I blame every single skeptical viewers for making most of the Nickelodeon animated shows from 2005-2018 fail because they were too busy watching SpongeBob and being biased 90s kids. This blog proves my point:
What's up with Mattel's fondness with Scare Glow in new Masters of the Universe merchandise? Maybe because he's a FREAKING SKELETON THAT GLOWS IN THE DARK, which is more toyetic than a guy with just a skull for a face, like Skeletor.