This is a list of television programs broadcast by Nickelodeon in the United States. The channel was first tested on December 1, , as an experimental local channel in Columbus, Ohio. On April 1, , the channel expanded into a national network named Nickelodeon. The first program broadcast on Nickelodeon was Pinwheel , a preschool series created by Dr. Vivian Horner, who also conceived the idea for the channel itself. By , the channel began accepting traditional advertisements and introduced more entertainment-focused programming.
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List of programs broadcast by Nickelodeon
When it comes to cartoons, it's hard to think of a studio that did it better than Nickelodeon. Birthing a lot of shows that many people grew up with, it's hard to forget characters like Timmy Turner, Rocko, and Danny Phantom. Nickelodeon once had a slew of the best cartoons in the business.
The initial ingenuity of Nicktoons was that the shows were creator-driven in comparison to the majority of '80s cartoons that were produced by toy companies to sell their merchandise. Over thirty years later, the studio has released a plethora of classics including the three mentioned above such as Hey Arnold! Based on the list below, readers can observe the highs and lows of Nickelodeon's programming. Created by Joe Murray. Rocko's Modern Life centered on twenty-something-year-old marsupial Rocko and his friends Heffer and Filburt.