I just noticed Nick is now running the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon from the 80s/90s. Great nostalgia hit.
I had this set up for recording on my Fetch box and it recorded two “behind the scenes” episodes of Nick News which screened on Friday: Ep 1a and 2a. They were 5mins long and featured a Nick News reporter asking the cast questions and the description of the show is: Rock Island Mysteries starts Monday 5.05pm. Check out this behind-the-scenes look now!
ETA: There was an Ep 3a on Saturday as well.
Promos for Nickelodeon must be slipping through for 10 (WIN) viewers - I saw someone ask why they didn’t have the channel on their television in one of the local Facebook groups.
10’s press release this morning mentions Friends and The Graham Norton Show for Nick@Nite, interesting move if the show is moving channels to prop up Nickelodeon next year.
Oh not, What will 10Peach do without its 5 nightly episodes of Friends.
Five extra airings of The Big Bang Theory
Fitting for Friends to be included, it’s already been a mainstay for quite a number of years on the American Nick@Nite.
Friends for nick@nite makes sense but not sure about chat shows.
Nickelodeon Joins Forces With Fire And Rescue NSW.
The Corporate Community Partnership Looks To Bolster Youth Fire Education Awareness Through PAW Patrol™ Franchise.
Paramount Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) today announced the commencement of a new corporate community partnership with Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW).
The inaugural partnership which commences this month, will support fire education and awareness initiatives for youth audiences by harnessing an alignment with the hit animated preschool property PAW Patrol, airing on Nickelodeon and produced by Spin Master Entertainment.
Following the outstanding response to PAW Patrol’s association with the 2023 FRNSW Open Day at the Emergency Services Academy in 2023, this partnership will see crucial fire safety messages conveyed to children through messaging from PAW Patrol’s cast of characters.
Minister for Emergency Services, Jihad Dib, said the new partnership will help young people connect with important fire safety messaging, with the popular PAW Patrol characters championing these messages and sharing them in an engaging way.
“With a special appeal to young people, we look forward to seeing Marshall and his mates at FRNSW events and taking part in other community activities which promote fire safety in our homes.”
FRNSW Commissioner, Jeremy Fewtrell, hopes having the fire service team up with PAW Patrol will develop more fire safety ‘ambassadors’ across the state.
“It’s crucial everyone knows how to protect themselves against the risks of fire, but we acknowledge people learn this in different ways,” Commissioner Fewtrell said.
“What we often find through our education programs is that, once children learn about fire prevention and how to react if a fire breaks out, they then share this information with parents and grandparents, among others.”
Paramount Australia Senior Vice President, Content & Programming, Daniel Monaghan, said Nickelodeon is “beyond proud to be partnering with FRNSW.”
“FRNSW and PAW Patrol share the universal themes of rescue, community service, teamwork and friendship, making it the perfect partnership,” Mr Monaghan said.
“We look forward to contributing to the awareness of fire safety messages amongst some of the youngest members of the community.”