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Nickelodeon Moves Forward With ‘Hey Arnold!’ TV Movie, Delighting Football-Heads Everywhere

Damn near everything popular between 1985 and 1999 has been rebooted, reimagined, reworked, or remade in the studios’ relentless efforts to wring every last drop of earning potential from existing creative properties. Some efforts have been more successful than others, but either way, Nickelodeon has moved to throw their own hat into the ring.

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’90s Nickelodeon Block ‘The Splat’ Announces Its List of Programming [Video]

All hail the 1990's! At least kids television from back in the day.

A couple of weeks ago, Nickelodeon announced that they will be launching a block of programming completely dedicated to their programming from the 90's, which for most people in their mid to late 20's, is pretty exciting.

They have now announced their full list of programming.

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Kenan & Kel Reunite on the Tonight Show in ‘Good Burger’ Sketch [Video]

Ahhh the '90's.

Watching old school Nickelodeon is like watching some sort of time machine and I flash back to my childhood. Shows like All That, Kenan & Kel, Are You Afraid of the Dark, etc.

Last night on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the nostalgia was bursting from the seams.

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Nickelodeon Hints a New Network Dedicated to ’90’s Shows Named ‘The Splat’ [Video]

Rocko's Modern Life, Rugrats, Doug, Cat Dog, Angry Beavers...so many great classic cartoons and shows that I used to watch as a kid back in the '90's.

Everyday I would come home from school, I would either play Super Nintendo, play outside, or watch Nicktoons.

Now, years later, I can watch all of my favorite kids shows again.

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Remember ‘Nick Arcade?’

Watching Nickelodeon when I got home as a kid was always a treat. Watching Nick-Toons with Stick Stickly and such. How much more nostalgic could you get? There were also kid's game shows like Legends of the Hidden Temple and Wild N' Crazy Kids.

There was one game that was really aimed at me, why? Video games of course!

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From ‘All That’ to ‘Hidden Temples,’ Remembering 90’s Nickelodeon

Growing up during the 90's may have been boring when you were a kid, but as a "90's Adult," that decade was awesome! There were so many great things in popular culture that started in the 90's and are really hard to forget as an adult. I watch today's kid's shows and think, "What the hell am I watching?" Where is Mark Summers? Did Doug ever marry Patty Mayonnaise?  Do Reptar Bars actually exist? Can I still get Gak? I see Kenan, where's Kel? Is Stick Stickly a raging drug addict? Flashback back to Nick in the 90's!

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