Nickelodeon has put in its request for several preschool shows. Some are new to the Nickelodeon network this season and others are shows that have been around for several different seasons. Among the shows are: Team Umizoomi, which teaches children many different math concepts; Bubble Guppies, a new musical show that teaches many different kindergarten readiness concepts; Dora the Explorer, a classic show that teaches many different preschool skills and Spanish; The Fresh Beat Band, a fairly new show that teaches music appreciation ; Yo Gabba Gabba! ; Max and Ruby ; and Olivia.
It is of no surprise to viewers that Nickelodeon has ordered more episodes of Dora the Explorer. 20 new episodes of the show have been ordered for next season. Dora the Explorer is not the only popular preschool show that has been ordered by Nickelodeon. Team Umizoomi, Bubble Guppies, The Fresh Beat Band, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Max & Ruby, and Olivia have new episodes in the works.
Jack Black makes his way to iCarly for the iCarly television movie “iStart a Fan War,” premiering Friday, Nov. 19, at 8:00 p.m. on Nickelodeon. Jack Black is no stranger to the Nickelodeon television network: he has hosted the Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards twice; he also made a guest appearance on Yo Gabba Gabba!
The guest appearance on iCarly will allow Jack Black to be reunited with his School of Rock co-star Miranda Crosgrove. In their latest collaboration, “iStart a Fan War,” Black stars as “Aspartamay,” Spencer’s online video game rival who challenges him to lyrical duel in the Comic-Con-inspired special.