- Nickelodeon on CBS
Nickelodeon on CBS
Nick Jr. on CBS
Nick on CBS logo
Premiered September 16, 2000 Closed September 9, 2006 Channel CBS Format Children's Programming Block Runtime 4 hours
Nick Jr. on CBS was a Saturday morning children's programming block on CBS that began on September 16, 2000, replacing CBS Kidshow. This Saturday morning block presented programming from Nick Jr., which at the time shared common ownership with CBS under Viacom. When the block first properly aired, the "Face" character provided the continuity.
On September 14, 2002, Nick Jr. on CBS was re-branded as Nick on CBS, and airing both Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. shows. The Nickelodeon shows were removed in 2005 in favor for a return to an exclusively-Nick Jr. block. The block's continuity was provided by segments featuring Piper O'Possum.
At the beginning of New Year's Eve 2005, Viacom was split into two different companies, with CBS Corporation becoming its own standalone company and Nickelodeon going to the new Viacom. Nick Jr. on CBS ended on September 9, 2006 and was replaced by KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS on September 16, 2006, as part of a multi-year partnership between CBS and Cookie Jar Entertainment.
All programming during the block, as is standard for Saturday morning network programming, was labeled as meeting E/I requirements. Nickelodeon's most popular animated programming of the time (such as SpongeBob SquarePants and The Fairly OddParents) was not included in the block, both to protect their own successful Saturday morning lineup on Nickelodeon itself and because those shows could not have been classified under the E/I designation.
- All Grown Up! (2004–2005)
- As Told by Ginger (2002–2003)
- Blue's Clues (2000–2006)
- Blue's Room (2004-2006)
- Bob the Builder (2001-2002)
- Catscratch (pilot only; the series itself featured in Nickelodeon)
- ChalkZone (2003–2004)
- Dora the Explorer (2000–2006)
- Doug (seasons 1-2 only) (2002–2004)
- Franklin (2000-2002)
- Go, Diego Go! (2005-2006)
- Hey Arnold! (2002–2005)
- Kipper (2000-2001)
- LazyTown (2004–2006)
- Little Bill (2000–2006)
- Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (2004-2006)
- Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2005)
- Oswald (2001-2004)
- Rocket Power (2002-2005)
- Rugrats (2003)
- Sesame Street (2000-2001)
- The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2002-2005)
- The Backyardigans (2004-2006)
- The Brothers Garcia (2004-2005)
- The Upside Down Show (2006)
- The Wild Thornberrys (2002–2005)
- ^ Schneider, Michael (June 15, 2000). "CBS picks Nick mix". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117782661.html?categoryid=14&cs=1&query=. Retrieved 2009-08-13.
- ^ Guider, Elizabeth (January 19, 2006). "Synergy not kid-friendly at Eye web". Variety. http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117936466.html?categoryid=1050&cs=1&query=. Retrieved 2009-08-13.
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