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Nickelodeon to Air 1990s Programming Beginning This Fall

Nickelodeon to Air 1990s Programming Beginning This Fall

Old-school Nickelodeon fans, your day has come – the network has announced that beginning this fall, TeenNick will air 1990s programming favorites including Clarissa Explains It All, All That, Rugrats, and Kenan & Kel!

The programming block will air from midnight until 2 a.m. and be called The ’90s Are All That, EW reports, adding that the network approved the idea after seeing interest from fans across social media sites.

Also airing in the block are Pete & Pete and The Amanda Show. EW notes that over time, TeenNick hopes to air other ’90s shows and movies.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE 1990s Nickelodeon show?

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136 Responses to “Nickelodeon to Air 1990s Programming Beginning This Fall”

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  1. 126
    Stefan Says:

    I loved the cartoons like “The Angry Beavers,” “Rocket Power,” and “Kablam.” I would love to see those show up in the block sometime. Or you can devote a whole channel to 90′s and older nick like cartoon networks’ Boomerang.

  2. 127
    tara barnett Says:

    My fav. Tv show was are u afraid of the dark, all that :) and many more!! Im so excited can’t wait :)!!!!

  3. 128
    Risha Says:

    I cant wait!! Kenan & Kel, All that, My brother & Me, Rocko’s Modern Life, Are you afraid of the dark and CatDog!!

  4. 129
    Natalie Says:

    Yes! Im so excited, I have been waiting for this day. Hopefully you guys consider bringing back roscoes modern life, doug, and hey arnold! These shows now like icarly and big time rush suck! :)

  5. 130
    alex Says:

    I don’t think I could pick just one…Hey dude, salute your shorts, Doug, hey Arnold, angry beavers, clarissa explains it all, all that, Keenan and kel, wild and crazy kids, kablam, stick stickly, double dare, allegras window…..the list goes on!!!

  6. 131
    Darlene Says:

    FINALLY!!! Woohooo!!! Super excited for this! =) been waiting for this moment to happen for years!! Rugrats has always been my favorite show of all times! And now that I have a little rugrat of my own I want him to experience the shows I grew up with which I believe is much better then the mush they show now. Which is probably exactly what our parents were thinking when we were younger but hey.. To each their own right?? All I know is 90′s ROCKED! all the shows were the best! And better acting too!!

  7. 132
    joe B Says:

    Im look foreword for this and they should show rocket power angry beavers and the wild thornbarrys

  8. 133
    Brittany Says:

    Hell ya!!! I think i just fell in love with Nickelodeon all over again!!
    one they definitely need to bring back legend of the hidden temple!

  9. 134
    Nicholas Trp Says:

    Well I was born in December of “94, so I don’t remember shows like; “Hey Dude”, “Clarissa”, “Pete & Pete”, and other shows from the early nineties. However, after finding out which shows they are re-airing, it gave me a lot of nostalgia. I still can’t believe that after ten plus years, they are bringing back the shows that I grew up to. It might seem strange for a sixteen year old to tune into a Nickelodeon channel, but I am not only going to tune in but I will try to find a way to transfer the shows to D.V.D., so I can keep their legacies alive. This is something I never thought I would ever see.

  10. 135
    Marylou Says:

    Thank you to Nick for actually listening to what it’s audience wants!

  11. 136
    Isaiah Marker Says:

    I love The 90′s Are All That and all of its shows!!!!! I wish it would also bring back the 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, and 1999 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards because I was born in 1999 and on The 90′s Are All That is the only place I’ve seen them except The Amanda Show, and Kenan & Kel because I’ve seen them in reruns on The N ( now Teennick ) and I have The Amanda Show on DVD!!!!!!!!!

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