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Wish on, Timmy Turner! With Cosmo and Wanda, and sometimes Poof, as his Fairly OddParents, aka fairy godparents, even Dimmsdale is exciting

9th Season of The Fairly Oddparents to Premiere this May

9th Season of The Fairly Oddparents to Premiere this May

On May 4, Saturday, at 9:30 am ET/PT, Nickelodeon will be granting kids’ wishes via the premiere of The Fairly OddParents’ newest batch of episodes, marking the Emmy Award-winning animated series’ ninth season.

The Fairly OddParents focuses on the magical and hilarious adventures of 10 year old Timmy Turner and his well-meaning, but usually inept fairy godparents, who are only too willing to grant his wishes. The show has been on the air for 12 years but still continues to rank among the network’s top programs, reaching more than 20 million K2-11 in 1Q13

Tune-In: Nickelodeon’s 26th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards and the Fairly OddParents Special

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This coming Saturday, March 23 at 8 PM, don’t forget to tune in to Nickelodeon as it is the day of Nickelodeon’s surprise and slime-filled 26th Annual Kids’ Choice Awards. The host for this year will be Josh Duhamel, and will feature live performances from Pitbull, Christina Aguillera, and Ke$ha.

A star-studded presenter lineup has been confirmed to hand out the coveted orange blimp awards. Kids can continue to cast their votes until March 23 in 22 total categories across all of Nickelodeon’s digital outlets, including Nick.com, Nick Mobile app as well as Nickelodeon’s Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Nickelodeon to Premiere Fairly Odd Christmas Movie

Nickelodeon to Premiere Fairly Odd Christmas Movie

Nickelodeon has just announced plans to debut a new live action/CG animated TV movie titled A Fairly Odd Christmas on November 29, at 7 PM ET/PT. The movie is based on the hit animated TV series The Fairly OddParents, and serves as a sequel to the TV special A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner, which stars Drak Bell and Daniella Monet and executive produced by Nickelodeon’s Butch Hartman.

DirecTV drops Nickelodeon, 14 other channels

DirecTV drops Nickelodeon, 14 other channels

If you turned on your TV this morning and saw that Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, MTV, Nicktoons was gone, then you are not alone. Late Tuesday night Viacom pulled off Nickelodeon and 14 other channels from the 20 Million or so DirecTV subscribers. DirecTV subscribers lost 14+ channels owned by Viacom in a dispute to pay the channels DirecTV was brodcasting.  Viacom sent letters to DirecTV on Tuesday ordering them to remove the channels by midnight or face legal action.

Fanimation: For Your Consideration: Oscar Outtakes

Fanimation: For Your Consideration: Oscar Outtakes

Oscar time is over, but we still have time for one last laugh. Jace Diehl is a 14 year old filmmaker who makes animated videos on YouTube. Some of his other videos include Doodle VS. Doodle and Nickelodeon Comic Con 2011 (ft. Butch Hartman). In this video Jace parodies some of the nominees nominated for Best Picture. They include The Tree of Life, Midnight in Paris, and much more. Included in the video is the voice talents of Jace and Bob Jennings, the voice of Grapefruit on the Annoying Orange and will appear on the Annoying Orange TV show this fall.

Nickelodeon Comic Con 2011 first-hand recap

Nickelodeon Comic Con 2011 first-hand recap

Comic Con 2011 is all over now, but it’s left us a better world. We learned all about DC Comics’ upcoming reboot, the various super hero movies soon to hit our theaters, got a sneak peek look at some upcoming cartoons like Green Lantern the animated series, and all different types of animation updates, from across Disney, The Hub, Cartoon Network, and more. …but it’s never enough, right? We ALWAYS want more! Well, how about a first-hand look at how Comic Con 2011 really was, behind the scenes, and in the scenes! Check out this 5 minute video recap of Comic Con 2011, which features me along with cartoon maverick Butch Hartman, Nickelodeon’s Pick Boy, and the cast of T.U.F.F. PUPPY!

A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! wins Nickelodeon ratings

A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! wins Nickelodeon ratings

Last weekend, Nickelodeon showcased the latest chapter in The Fairly OddParents franchise with A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! As the ratings began trickling in, it became clear that Nick had a hit on their hands. Nearly 6 million viewers tuned in that Saturday, July 9th, making the made-for-TV special the top show of the week across every cable network. With an audience that big, and a story so well done (it really was a good movie, wasn’t it!), maybe we can start thinking about some sequels added to the franchise…?

A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner July 9th

A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner July 9th

In just one week, Nickelodeon will celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Fairly OddParents with the very first hybrid live-action and CG-animated TV movie, A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner! The flick kicks off on Saturday, July 9th, at 8pm, revealing a 20-year-old Timmy who refuses to grow up. Why? Well then he’d lose Cosmo and Wanda, his beloved fairy godparents! Drake Bell stars as Timmy Turner, who meets a now-grown up Tootie, played by Daniella Monet. However, if Timmy decides to grow up to chase after her, he may lose Cosmo (Jason Alexander and Daran Norris) and Wanda (Cheryl Hines and Susanne Blakeslee) to …an oil tycoon? Series creator Butch Hartman promises this will be a big one, so we’re sure to TOON in. Who’s with us?

The Fairly OddParents celebrates 10 years on Nickelodeon

The Fairly OddParents celebrates 10 years on Nickelodeon

For ten years, The Fairly OddParents has been entertaining folks across the Nickelodeon empire. Joining in the ranks of SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora the Explorer, the adventures of Timmy Turner and his magical fairy godparents have reached their 10th anniversary, moving into a special league of all-time classic toons. Just to put this amazing accomplishment into some better perspective, 10 years ago: New episodes of Samurai Jack, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Johnny Bravo were on Cartoon Network. Rugrats, Men in Black, Pinky and the Brain welcomed The Fairly OddParents as a Nicktoon. Pokemon Johto League Champions, Max Steel, and Batman Beyond were on something that used to be called the KidsWB! Seems a little more impressive now, huh 🙂

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