Nickelodeon is Bringing Back its Classic Shows …Weeping for the Kid in Me!


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Nickelodeon is looking into the possibility of bringing back some of its classic shows, the network’s president of content and development, Russell Hicks, told Variety in an interview. “The ’90s are back, all right!  We are looking at our library to bring back ideas, shows that were loved, in a fresh new way,” Hicks said.

We can’t deny the fact that many of us who are in our twenties and thirties now grew up watching these shows. We learned so much from spending our weekends with Rugrats, Hey, Arnold, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, and Clarissa Explains It All. Sad thing is, they have all been tucked away in nostalgia for so long now. But the people from our favorite kiddie network knows it’s time to bring back the good old times.

Although these classic cartoons will not be back as a full series but as specials or movies instead, this is still a good news for all of us, especially the ’90s kids. Hicks won’t share which specific shows they plan on bringing back, but the aforementioned titles are among the ones considered for “retooling.”

Nick, please don’t screw this up. Here are some ideas of which shows you MUST bring back:

Ahh! Real Monsters!

Pete And Pete


Clarrisa Explains It All

Ren And Stimpy

Angry Beavers


Gullah Gullah Island

All That!

They are all exciting to watch and to be relived, but which show do you miss the most?

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