Two New Animated Shows Approved by Nickelodeon
If you’re looking for more animated shows to watch, you should leave some room for Nickelodeon in your schedule because the cabler has recently approved a couple of new animated shows titled Bad Seeds and Pig Goat Banana Cricket. Both shows received orders for 26 episodes. Nick has also ordered four live-action pilots, marking the first greenlight slate for Russel Hicks as the company’s President of Content Development and Production.
The first greenlit show, Bad Seeds, follows a sweet and well meaning bird named Harvey, and two kids he befriended in the forest named Fee and Foo. Together, the trio push each other out of their comfort zones and jump headlong into various adventures. The show is written and directed by Spongebob Squarepants’ C.H. Greenblatt.
The second show, Pig Goat Banana Cricket, focuses on four friends and roommates, Pig (the fool), Goat (the artist), Banana (the wise-guy) and Cricket (the brain) and their interwoven stories. The series is created by Dave Cooper and J. Ryan and executive produced by David Sacks (The Simpsons, Regular Show) who co-writes with J. Ryan. Dave Cooper also art directs the series and the pilot was directed by independent animator Nick Cross.
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