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Nick­elodeon Un­veils Toon-Heavy Pro­gram­ming Slate for 2014-15

Feb. 25: Nick­elodeon an­nounced a pro­gram­ming slate for 2014-15 that in­cludes new an­i­mated se­ries, re-ups of viewer fa­vorites and the ac­claimed An­i­mated Shorts Pro­gram. High­lights in­cluded: Bad Seeds (26 episodes) Cre­ated, writ­ten and di­rected by C.H. Green­blatt ( Chow­der) Pig Goat Banana Cricket (26 eps.) Cre­ated by Dave Cooper (also art di­rec­tor) and J. Ryan, who co-writes with ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer David Sacks ( The Simpsons, Reg­u­lar Show). The pi­lot was di­rected by in­die an­i­ma­tor Nick Cross. Wel­come to the Wayne (6 eps.) Cre­ated and writ­ten by Billy Lopez ( The Won­der Pets!)

View­ers can also ex­pect new episodes of hit toons in­clud­ing SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mu­tant Ninja Tur­tles, San­jay and Craig, Bread­win­ners, Rab­bids and The Fairly Od­dPar­ents.

For its third year, Nick­elodeon’s global An­i­mated Shorts Pro­gram has selected 10 do­mes­tic and seven in­ter­na­tional projects from over 1,000 sub­mit­ted pitches, which will be de­vel­oped into shorts that will air on Nick­elodeon and be fea­tured on nick. com and on the Nick App this year. Do­mes­tic projects in­clude The Loud House by Chris Savino, Bear Wrestler by Deanna Rooney, By Re­quest Pizza by Arica Tues­day & Mick Ig­nis, Hole by Sam Spina, Matt and Gus by Matt Braunger, Char­lie and Mr. Two by Travis Braun, Bug Salad by Carl Faruolo, Ear­mouse and Bot­tle by Brian Mo­rante, Wood­s­tump by Zach Smith and Broats by Jack Cusumano.

In­ter­na­tional projects in de­vel­op­ment in­clude Badly Drawn An­i­mals by Hamish Steele (U.K.), Louis and Ge­orges by Re­naud Martin & Raphael Chabas­sol (France), Monster Pack by Pe­dro Eboli & Gra­ham Peter­son (Brazil/ Canada), Moose­box by Mike Scott (South Africa), Scoop by The Broth­ers McLeod (U.K.), Tech Od­dity by Marco Ibarra & Ste­fie Zohrer (Mex­ico) and Tonk’s Is­landby Mel Roach (Aus­tralia).

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