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Blue’s Clues all set to return, Nickelodeon unveils new and revamped shows

At the annual upfront presentation dated March 6, Nickelodeon revealed its plans for the 2018-19. The channel will release more than 800 new episodes of new and returning series, which include:

  • A reboot of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”
  • A remake of the preschools series “Blue’s Clues,” which features a new signature look and host
  • A developmental deal for “Los Casagrandes,” a new companion series for the animated show “The Loud House”;
  • “Pony,” a new animated comedy series developed by Nickelodeon International in the U.K.;
  • “Keep It Spotless,” a new game show series;
  • A new season of “Lip Sync Battle Shorties” starring Nick Cannon and JoJo Siwa; and
  • “Musical Dares,” a short-form content series and the first project by Viacom Digital Studios for Nickelodeon’s YouTube channel.

Blue’s Clues to return?

Nickelodeon is whistling for one of TV’s most famous dogs to come home and win over a new generation of kiddie viewers. he Viacom-owned kids-media outlet will instead revive Blue, the animated hound who used to leave problem-solving hints for years on “Blue’s Clues,” a seminal series for preschoolers that helped fuel growth at Nickelodeon in a different era. Nickelodeon has ordered 20 new episodes of the series and is likely to air them on its Nick Jr. cable network aimed at preschoolers.

The new, modern version of ‘Blue’s Clues’ will capture all the original’s creativity and visual identity for a whole new audience ready for its fun adventures and expertly designed problem-solving curriculum.

Besides, the network is also planning for innovative partnerships for its mobile offerings, which are as follows:

  • The network has partnered with IMAX for “SlimeZone,” its first multi-player, social VR experience, set to premiere at IMAX VR Centers globally this month.
  • Nick will introduce augmented reality to its “Sky Whale” mobile game and launch the “Do Not Touch” AR app in the gaming section.
  •  The AR-enhanced “Sky Whale” app will be available this spring. “The Do Not Touch” AR app is available now in the App Store and on Google Play.

The network is also expanding its location-based offerings with Nickelodeon SlimeFest, produced in partnership with Live Nation.



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