Using popular Nickelodeon characters, the newly launched animated show teaches kids about the contributions of Black people to American culture and features iconic figures such as Ruby Bridges, Thurgood Marshall, Katherine Johnson, and Guion Steward Bluford Jr.
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Reimagining of ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ and a new take on ‘Blue’s Clues’ highlight the network’s animation slate.
All-new educational play-along videos from ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines,’ ‘Bubble Guppies’ and ‘Team Umizoomi’ also added to the Nick app.
‘Big Bang Theory’ actress voices the Light Thief, a kooky kangaroo bandit who steals all the lights and leaves the entire town of Axel City in the dark.
In biggest preschool content pipeline ever, Nick greenlights fourth seasons of ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines’ and ‘PAW Patrol,’ and third season of ‘Shimmer and Shine.’
New specials to include guest voice appearances from superstar race car drivers Danica Patrick, Jimmie Johnson, Chase Elliott and Kasey Kahne.
Kids cable network doubles its preschool slate with Channel 5 co-production ‘Nella the Princess Knight,’ 9 Story co-production ‘Top Wing,’ Spin Master Entertainment’s ‘Abby Hatcher’ and Brown Bag Films’ ‘Butterbean’s Café,’ as well as new specials for ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines’ and ‘PAW Patrol.’
Former Nickelodeon executive Teri Weiss to lead production of kid and family-focused original content for all platforms leveraging the studio’s existing portfolio of IP.
Nick Jr.’s ‘Blaze and the Monster Machines’ heats up with ‘True Blood’s Joe Manganiello in ‘Fired Up!’ episode premiering Friday, September 25.
Nickelodeon’s new, interactive, preschool series Blaze and the Monster Machines premieres Monday, Oct. 13.