Former sister channels Main article: TV" was a short-lived live hosted afternoon block that ran during the summer of , which ran on weekday afternoons from 2: Turtles Forever which was later released by Nickelodeon Movies through Paramount for DVD release , with the Barbie and Monster High films usually aired under a brokered format in which Mattel purchases the time in order to promote the release of their films on DVD within a few days of the Nickelodeon premiere, an arrangement possible as Nickelodeon does not have to meet the Federal Communications Commission rules which disallow that arrangement for broadcast channels due to regulations disallowing paid programming to children. Eastern and Pacific Time on the day of the event. Nickelodeon also advertises hour-long episodes of its original series as movies;[ citation needed ] though the "TV movie" versions of Nickelodeon's original series differ from traditional television films in that they have shorter running times approximately 45 minutes, as opposed to 75— minute run times that most television movies have , and use a traditional multi-camera setup for regular episodes unless the program is natively shot in the single-camera setup common of films with some on-location filming. Although the film division bears the Nickelodeon brand name, the channel does not have access to most of the movies produced by its film unit. The block was replaced for the summer of by "Henry and June's Summer" hosted by the animated hosts of the anthology series KaBlam!
Nick at Nite has also occasionally incorporated original scripted and competition series, with some in recent years being produced through its parent network's Nickelodeon Productions unit. Former sister channels Main article: The channel formally ceased operations on December 31, , with The N taking over its channel space as a separate hour network; however, an automated loop of Nick GAS continued to be carried on Dish Network due to unknown factors until April 23, Eastern and Pacific Time on the day of the event. Eastern and Pacific Time. TeenNick TeenNick is a pay television network that is aimed at teenagers and young adults, which originated as a nighttime block called "The N" on Noggin in a similar scheduling structure as Nickelodeon and Nick at Nite on April 1, , and was spun off into a standalone channel on December 31, , when it took over the satellite transponder of Nickelodeon Games and Sports. The historical Nick on CBS logo used until its discontinuation in Nicktoons TV channel Nicktoons is a pay television network that launched on May 1, , as Nicktoons TV; it was renamed as Nicktoons in May , before rebranding Nicktoons Network from until reverting to its previous name in September The block primarily targets audiences of preschool age as Nickelodeon's usual audience of school-age children are in school during the block's designated time period. It also aired bi-monthly special editions of Nick News with Linda Ellerbee ,  a newsmagazine series aimed at children that debuted in as a weekly series which ended in Premieres of the network's original made-for-TV movies also occasionally air during the primetime block, usually in the form of premiere showings. Nickelodeon and its sister channels except for the Pacific and Mountain Time Zone feeds and the Nick 2 Pacific feed that is distributed to the Eastern and Central Time Zones , some of the network's international channels and associated websites are suspended with a message encouraging viewers to participate in outdoor activities during the period from The award show whose winners are selected by Nickelodeon viewers though voting on the channel's website and through text messaging honors popular television series and movies, actors, athletes and music acts, with winners receiving a hollow orange blimp figurine one of the logo outlines used for much of the network's "splat logo" era from to On Nick — Nickelodeon currently programs shows targeted at preschool-age children on Monday through Fridays from 8: Recent episodes of certain original series may air when no new episodes are scheduled to air that week. Nick 2 is a repackaged version of Nickelodeon's Eastern and Pacific Time Zone feeds — the Pacific feed is distributed to the Eastern and Central Time Zones, and the Eastern feed is distributed to the Pacific and Mountain Time Zones — resulting in the difference in local airtimes for a particular program between two geographic locations being three hours at most, allowing viewers a second chance to watch a program after its initial airing on the Eastern Time Zone feed or to watch the show ahead of its airing on the Pacific Time Zone feed of the main channel for example, the Nick at Nite block would respectively start at Geared toward pre-teens and teenagers, it debuted on August 15, , with the initial lineup featuring two established series that originally aired on Sundays, Clarissa Explains It All and The Ren and Stimpy Show , and two new series, Roundhouse and Are You Afraid of the Dark? The block was retooled in as a preschool-oriented block featuring Nick Jr. Nick in the Afternoon — "Nick in the Afternoon" was a daytime block that ran on weekday afternoons during the summer months from to , and aired in an extended format until December for its final year in Nick Too was originally offered as part of the MTV Networks Digital Suite, a slate of channels exclusive to high-tier TV packages though most of these channels are now also carried on satellite , and is the only current example in which two feeds of a non- premium service are provided to cable and IPTV providers. Eastern on Nick 2 Pacific or 5: NickMom NickMom stylized as nickmom was a programming block launched on October 1, , airing in the late night hours on Nick Jr. Most of the network's original series since — mainly its live-action series and some animated content — as well as episodes of programs carried by Nick at Nite that were either natively produced in HD after or were remastered in high definition are broadcast in HD, along with feature films, Nickelodeon original movies made after and select episodes, films and series produced before On July 25, , TeenNick began airing The '90s Are All That , renamed The Splat in October , a block of Nickelodeon's most popular s programming, targeting the network's target demographic from that era. In , TV Land began producing its own original series:
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