It was from 3 years ago so if that was going to happen I think it would've happened by now."And what happened to Rachel Crow show? I haven't heard from her new Nickelodeon series bu that was brought up in 2012. Has the plan for Rachel Crow been axed?"
As there hasn't been any mention from Nick since, Nick has probably decided not to go ahead with the show.
Well this is no surprise that Nick would give most of their Live actions more seasons, but seriously they need to end some they just dont have enough room to develop all these shows, especially with new ones coming soon. But honestly the only thing i liked from this info is the HD crossover with the TT, 2 crossovers in a row for TT who would of thought.I don't want to go overboard on live action, but I posted on separate thread in entertainment but seems there were no replies and few have viewed it. So I'm putting those back in which posts for upcoming live action I accidentally deleted it.
Nick's current plans for Nicky Ricky Dicky & Dawn, according to a comment by Aidan Gallagher (Nicky): Season 2 has 26 episodes. We already seen 11 including one hour special already aired last Thanksgiving. It will relaunch in January 2016.
Here's for what's coming for Nickelodeon in the future:
Season 2 of Make It Pop airs Mon Jan 4 at 7PM!
Nickelodeon international countries have just been starting airing season 2 of Max and Shred, and there's no word for Nickelodeon when or if they will air season 2, maybe next year I believe... But if it happens later months in 2016 or waited for too long, then it would be better off in TeenNick for burnoff.
Nickelodeon is launching a pro social themed series (like documented series), "The Halo Effect". It will be hosted by Sydney Park. It will air in January 2016. This will follow after Nick News will be ending Dec 15.
It's interesting to note that there will be a crossover special between Henry Danger (season 2) and Thundermans (season 3), upcoming date has not been confirmed yet. We can relate that Henry Danger and Thundermans are both related to superhero stuff.
Nick is greenlighting new document TV series, "I Wanna Be". It will be hosted by former NFL quarterback Cam Newton. It will air 20 episode series in 2016 and will shoot during NFL off seasons.
School of Rock will premiere in early 2016.
Kids Choice Award 2016 hosted by Blake Shelton will air Sat Mar 12, 2016. Weird to have this to air in middle of March instead of end March, but to avoid competing against basketball tournament finals
Nickelodeon has chose not to order Future Shock as a series. The pilot was greenlighted in winter of 2014/2015 and filmed those. IMDB notes that Nickelodeon may have picked up The Dunes Club new series, but Nickelodeon press release for Dunes Club didn't indicate this.
Nickelodeon is acquiring Dutch production company live action series "De Ludwigs" which will be in English version "The Ludwigs" for local and global audience.
Nickelodeon is ordering UK produced "dramedy". This show pilot had already been filmed earlier this year. Another live action daily scripted? Seems to believe that Nick might cancel WITS Academy..
Impastor and The Jim Gaffigan Show got renewed for second seasons, despite record low ratings on TV Land and Nick at Nite.
Hunter Hayes will make an appearance in Bella and the Bulldogs season 2 episode.
There is an upcoming 60 min Nickelodeon original movie, Manny's Best Friend, stars Jace Norman and Haley Tju. This movie will air in 2016.
There's an upcoming Nickelodeon show that will either come to Nickelodeon or Teenick. Actress Francesca Martin who plays character Kaylee in Life with Boys (former Canadian Nickelodeon show) will be in upcoming Nickelodeon show, which working title is "Heavy Metal"
I've heard somewhere there were some Nick at Nite original: Divorced Family though tweet were made by actor, but later on as of now, that tweet was deleted. I saw on imdb Divorced Family already has episodes made, could it be fake or is it true?
And what happened to Rachel Crow show? I haven't heard from her new Nickelodeon series bu that was brought up in 2012. Has the plan for Rachel Crow been axed?
What about The Halo Effect (Sydney Park hosting and it's similar to Nick News coming in January!), I Wanna Be (documented series), Massively Mixed-Up Middle School Mystery, The Dunes Club, The Ludwigs, Dramedy, Crashletes (NickSports series), Sky Rat, Bunsen is a Beast!, Cupcake of Doomery, Teletubbies reboot (airing NickJr), The Thing About Babies (Rugrats revival I believe), and possibly Get Blake! ?My first thoughts on Nick's new shows (That are coming out in 2016).
The Loud House: Seems like an interesting premise. 1 boy with a load-ton of sisters. I think if Nick gives it proper attention it could go on for a while. But that will never happen. Nick is too busy overdosing on Spongebob.
School of Rock: It could be pretty good. but no one. NO ONE can replace Jack Black's role (At least, according to my mom) as Dewey! So good luck to the actor who is playing Dewey!
Welcome to the Wayne: Don't know that much about it.
Pinky Malinky: This is going to be like Breadwinners. But way worse!
Predictions on their success: Since Nick is run so poorly, None will make it past the light of 2020.
What about The Halo Effect (Sydney Park hosting and it's similar to Nick News coming in January!), I Wanna Be (documented series), Massively Mixed-Up Middle School Mystery, The Dunes Club, The Ludwigs, Dramedy, Crashletes (NickSports series), Sky Rat, Bunsen is a Beast!, Cupcake of Doomery, Teletubbies reboot (airing NickJr), The Thing About Babies (Rugrats revival I believe), and possibly Get Blake! ?
You mean 20 episodes?
@Daniel Tozovic I'm sorry to hurt your feelings, ok? But clearly you have to be out of your mind! No Nickelodeon show could have 20 seasons! Especially Breadwinners. Yes we all know Breadwinners is a bad show, but you can't exaggerate or make up that Breadwinners can get 20 seasons. Either Nickelodeon doesn't know good shows, or you really don't have a clue for what good quality shows, and that's your problem.Nope. You heard me loud and clear. 20 Seasons. They'll renew Breadwinners for 20 season because Nick doesn't know the meaning of what's good or what's bad.