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Test Your Animation Trivia Chops on Nickelodeon’s ‘Tooned In’

Premiering February 8, new gameshow pits kids against each other in ultimate cartoon trivia competition hosted by animated A.I. robot, Nicky.

Premiering on February 8, Nickelodeon’s Tooned In could prove to be the ultimate cartoon trivia showdown. The gameshow puts contestants to the test to prove their animation knowledge. Hosted by an animated A.I. supercomputer, the show pits three kids against each other for a chance to be declared the episode’s big winner. The show airs Mondays through Thursdays on Nickelodeon beginning Monday, February 8, at 5 p.m. (ET/PT), with the season finale airing Thursday, March 4.

Animated A.I. robot, Nicky (voiced by Rama Vallury, AOK), hosts the gameshow battle of Nickelodeon cartoon knowledge. Kids compete for the chance to be named the night’s big winner and take-home exciting prizes. Each episode features three kids who must solve animation questions across slime-filled rounds of trivia until only one contestant is left in the competition. The final kid will then be declared the episode’s big winner and move on to a special prize round to compete against Nicky and climb the robot’s motherboard for a chance to win the $1,000 grand prize.

During the week of March 1, Tooned In will get interactive with the Screens Up app and on, where kids at home can play along in real time to answer the same questions being asked during the show. The top four users with the highest scores will be displayed on-air at the end of each episode and the top 100 users will be displayed within the game.

Tooned In is co-executive produced by Rich Brown (Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Beat the Clock) and Michael Dugan (Trivial Takedown, The Hollywood Puppet Show). Flavia Casas (Group Chat) serves as senior producer with Phil Moore (Ryan's Mystery Playdate) serving as producer. The series is directed by Genji Keen (The Dungeon Run, Good Mythical Morning). Production of Tooned In for Nickelodeon is overseen by Ashley Kaplan, senior vice president, Digital Studios and Luke Wahl, vice president, Digital Studios.

Source: Nickelodeon