Everything wrong with Nickelodeon


Are you a fan of Nickelodeon? The chances are that you might well have been, at least when you were growing up. It's the iconic TV channel that launched some major names in kids' TV. Just think of the likes of "Rugrats," "Spongebob Squarepants," "The Adventures of Pete & Pete," and "The Loud House." They were all Nickelodeon shows that entertained generations of children. But, sadly, we think that there are problems with Nick that we can't ignore for any longer, and that is why today we are going to tell you about Everything Wrong With Nickelodeon.

Have you ever wondered where your favorite TV shows are made? For kids growing up back in the 1990s and early 2000s, there was no need to worry. That's because you knew that Nickelodeon's programs were made at the Nickelodeon Studios, Orlando, Florida. And you could even pay them a visit, too. The very idea of the Nickelodeon Studios meant that it wasn't just a TV station - it was a place. That's the sort of thing that makes people buy into the idea of a channel, and it's not something that's happening any more.

When you think of Nickelodeon, do you think of anything other than that classic logo? It's the orange one on a splatter. If nothing else, it reflects the idea of Nickelodeon as a place where anything could happen. People cared about the logo, and it was all part of the experience. So when they changed that for a more nondescript logo, that was a mistake.

We'll be talking about Nickelodeon Magazine, the station's programming and more. Keep watching until the end to see two words that the channel needs to keep in mind. Thanks for watching, and don't forget to subscribe!