The famous actor and long-time voice of Patrick Star discusses his slapstick spin-off series, SpongeBob’s early years, and the late, great Stephen Hillenburg.
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Yes, Mike Judge’s purveyors of all things mindless and inappropriate are back in an all-new movie debuting later this month that takes the pair into space, through a black hole, and into the future… of 2022.
Nickelodeon greenlights an all-new season of the hugely popular ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ universe spin-off; the 2D animated family sitcom stars the famed starfish in his younger days, living at home, and hosting his own variety show for the neighborhood.
Streamer acquires U.S. and international SVOD rights for new episodes of Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s iconic series beginning with Season 27 in 2024, with entire catalog coming to the streamer in 2025; new movie and remastered series coming from Mike Judge starting later this year.
Host of new films and series coming from Nickelodeon Animation build on popular franchises; ‘Transformers: Earthspark,’ ‘Blue’s Big City Adventure’ and a brand-new ‘Dora the Explorer’ bolsters streamer’s original kids and family programming.
2022 program adds additional artist spot while expanding curriculum to include peer mentoring; the highly successful 2021 program saw artist participants staffed across Nickelodeon productions with all writers staffed across ViacomCBS.
The newly created position serves Paramount Pictures’ mission to achieve greater brand synergy with Nickelodeon Studios.
Comedy Central kicks off the new season with ‘Pajama Day’ at South Park Elementary, as Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny don't ‘respect the authority’ of PC Principal - and now they aren’t allowed to wear their PJs to school - what’s a kid to do! The all-new episode airs February 2 on Comedy Central.
The eight-episode adult animation series is executive produced by Stephen Colbert, and skewers small-town Americana à la ‘South Park.’
Finally… Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s seminal cartoon comedy returns to Comedy Central with its first all-new episodes since 2019.
Charlet Chung, Raini Rodriguez, Henry Winkler, Swoosie Kurtz, and Ben Schwartz guest star in upcoming episodes dropping October 7 on Paramount+.
All-new Season 1 episodes hit the streamer October 7; the precocious babies, Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie, and Angelica are back with brand-new wild adventures, including a half-hour, Halloween-themed special.
52 new episodes have been ordered across ‘Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Under Years,’ ‘The Patrick Star Show’ and ‘SpongeBob SquarePants.’
$900 million agreement with MTV Entertainment Studios calls for new movie on Paramount+ every two years starting this year, plus Comedy Central series commitment through Season 30.
The network and SmartStudy are co-producing the brand-new original animated film; the popular ‘Baby Shark’s Big Show!’ series also gets a Season 2 greenlight.
Debuting later this year on Paramount+, the new show, based on Nick’s Emmy-winning animated series, picks up years after the original story as Wanda and Cosmo help Timmy Turner’s cousin Viv and her new stepbrother navigate life in Dimmsdale.
Bill Fagerbakke, Tom Wilson, Cree Summer, Jill Talley, and Dana Snyder will treat viewers to an exclusive conversation and performance on July 24 from an original episode of Nickelodeon’s upcoming ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ spin-off; new series premieres July 9.
Journey to Bikini Bottom and Mount Middlemost in trailers for the network’s all-new series, filled with colorful characters, silly stories, and plenty of physical comedy, premiering July 9.
Coming June 14, new animated preschool series encourages kids to be open, tolerant, and respectful of others.
Bill Fagerbakke reprises his role in new 2D animated family sitcom starring the famed starfish in his younger days, living at home, his wild whims and surreal imagination constantly disrupting his family; new series debuts this July on Nick.
Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie, and Angelica are back, now animated in CG, but still humorously exploring their world as only precocious youngsters can do; series premieres May 27 on Paramount+.
Liz Paulson will lead network’s new team that handles all casting and talent development for series, movies, and studio content.