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All Nickelodeon Movies Ranked

Good Burger celebrates its 25th anniversary!

As the first parlors to exhibit films in public settings for mass consumption, it is impossible to understate the nickelodeon’s impact on cinema. These early 20th century… Oh. Wait. Wrong Nickelodeon.

As the studio to give our world SpongeBob Squarepants and Nacho Libre , it is impossible to understate Nickelodeon Movies’ impact on cinema. In these weary times of snark and cynicism (this sentence being puddin’ proof), count on the Nick to mount cheery, earnest films. Not only are they well-versed in the aforementioned cartoon spongiology, but  Rugrats , the Ninja Turtles, Tintin, and the one-and-only Avatar have all called the studio home. And now we’re ranking every Nickelodeon Movie by Tomatometer! — Alex Vo

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Rango (2011) 88%

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Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) 85%

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Mad Hot Ballroom (2005) 84%

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The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008) 81%

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The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015) 81%

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The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002) 80%

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Charlotte's Web (2006) 78%

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Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000) 76%

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The Adventures of Tintin (2011) 74%

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Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) 74%

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PAW Patrol: The Movie (2021) 80%

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Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008) 73%

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) 72%

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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (2004) 68%

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The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (2020) 67%

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The Rugrats Movie (1998) 59%

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Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank (2022) 54%

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Harriet the Spy (1996) 48%

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Hotel for Dogs (2009) 46%

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Imagine That (2009) 41%

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Nacho Libre (2006) 40%

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Rugrats Go Wild (2003) 39%

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016) 37%

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Wonder Park (2019) 34%

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Good Burger (1997) 33%

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Monster Trucks (2016) 32%

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Clockstoppers (2002) 29%

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Hey Arnold! The Movie (2002) 29%

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Snow Day (2000) 29%

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Fun Size (2012) 25%

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Playing With Fire (2019) 24%

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Barnyard: The Original Party Animals (2006) 22%

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) 21%

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Yours, Mine & Ours (2005) 6%

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The Last Airbender (2010) 5%

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The Best Nickelodeon Movies Of All Time

Jason Bancroft

Over 4,700 movie fans have come together to shape these rankings of the best Nickelodeon movies. From family favorites like The Rugrats Movie , Hey Arnold! The Movie and Good Burger to classic comedies, such as Hotel for Dogs and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie – Nickelodeon has produced some truly memorable films over the years. With its unique blend of comedy, adventure and heart-warming characters, it's no surprise that many of these films have gone on to become cult classics among both young and adult audiences alike.

The Rugrats Movie follows a group of babies as they set off on an exciting journey in search of their missing reptile friend Reptar, while Hey Arnold!: The Movie sees everyone's favorite football head take part in an epic quest through New York City with his pals Helga and Gerald. Meanwhile, Good Burger is a fun-filled comedy about two teenage burger flippers who must save their restaurant from being taken over by a rival fast food chain.

These are just some examples of the brilliant films created by Nickelodeon which fans remember fondly even today - so be sure to vote up your favorites on this list!

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15 of the Best Nickelodeon Movies Ever

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More than 20 years ago, Nickelodeon Movies released its first theatrical film, and the network hasn't slowed down since. We've compiled some of the very best (and underrated!) films that you need to binge-watch during your next movie night. And because Nickelodeon isn't just about movies released in theaters, we included several made-for-TV movies that aired on Nickelodeon itself. You're welcome in advance.

"Good Burger" (1997)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Good Burger

Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell team up as two Good Burger employees who get into a whose-is-bigger competition with rival fast food chain Mondo Burger.

MORE: Kel Mitchell's Fave Scene for "Danger Games" Low-Key Channels a Good Burger Moment

"Legends of the Hidden Temple" (2016)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Legends of the Hidden Temple

Based on the beloved '90s game show, Legends of the Hidden Temple follows the exploits of three siblings as they try to find their way out of a mysterious temple, dodging all kinds of scary obstacles.

Original game show host Kirk Fogg reprises his role , as does Dee Bradley Baker, who voiced the almighty Olmec.

"Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie" (2017)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie

Fifteen years after Hey Arnold! The Movie premiered (which is also worth checking out), Nickelodeon finally released this TV movie.

Fans of the long-running cartoon finally learn what happened to Arnold's parents.

"Drake & Josh Go Hollywood" (2006)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Drake & Josh Go Hollywood

This epic continuation of the Drake & Josh saga follows Drake Parker and Josh Nichols as they try to retrieve little sister Megan after accidentally putting her on a plane to Los Angeles instead of Denver. Get ready for shenanigans. SHENANIGANS!

"Snow Day" (2000)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Snow Day

This underrated Nickelodeon gem will make you super nostalgic for snowy days home from school.

A gang of ragtag kids — including baby Josh Peck! — get into crazy situations during one epic snow day.

"Harriet the Spy" (1996)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Harriet the Spy

The first-ever Nickelodeon feature film, Harriet the Spy follows a baby Michelle Trachtenberg as she investigates local mysteries. But when her private notebook with her innermost thoughts is seen by her classmates, Harriet quickly learns being a spy isn't all it's cracked up to be.

"Clockstoppers" (2002)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Clockstoppers

Haters (aka Rotten Tomatoes ) will try to tell you this movie is awful, but they're WRONG.

What if you had the power to stop time? Would you use it wisely, or abuse your power? When a teen finds a special watch that makes it look like everyone is standing still, he quickly becomes the target of criminals who will stop at nothing to get that gizmo.

"Cry Baby Lane" (2000)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Cry Baby Lane

This is Nickelodeon's lost movie with a very strange history.

Cry Baby Lane aired exactly one time on the network, and wasn't rebroadcasted for the next 11 years. Why? One rumor is the movie was so scary, it was low-key banned by the network after parents complained — sort of like the legend about what became of 1999 DCOM Don't Look Under the Bed .

According to The Wrap , Cry Baby Lane was never "banned" by Nickelodeon. The story of conjoined twins — one good and one evil — who are separated "was simply forgotten in the Nick vaults."

Because of fan interest on both Reddit and the then-popular "The '90s Are That" programming block on TeenNick in 2011, the movie was finally re-aired.

Unfortunately, the movie doesn't appear to be available on streaming or DVD, but bootleg copies exist online. *coughs*

"Kenan & Kel: Two Heads Are Better Than None" (2000)

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While not nearly as creepy as Cry Baby Lane , this TV movie starring the cast of Kenan & Kel is still super freaky .

During a family road trip, Kenan and Kel are stalked by a headless knight, and eventually end up in a mysterious mansion with some questionable characters.

"Yours, Mine & Ours" (2005)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Yours, Mine & Ours

This remake of the 1968 Lucille Ball classic is about two large, single-parent families, who marry and become one family with 18 kids. It's kind of like Cheaper By the Dozen , but with step-siblings.

Drake Bell and Miranda Cosgrove co-star together as siblings, yet Miranda's character isn't nearly as evil as Megan is on Drake & Josh .

"Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius" (2001)

Best Nickelodeon Movies Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius

Before the TV series, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius , premiered, Nickelodeon Movies released a feature-length film about the kid genius with the oversized head.

This Oscar-nominated movie tells the story of kids who must rescue their parents after all adults are kidnapped by aliens.

"The Rugrats Movie" (1998)

Best Nickelodeon Movies The Rugrats Movie

The first Rugrats movie introduced audiences to Tommy Pickles's little brother, Dil. The babies find themselves on a crazy adventure when they get lost in the forest.

"The Fairly OddParents: Channel Chasers" (2004)

Best Nickelodeon Movies The Fairly OddParents Channel Chasers

This TV movie (which is part of Season 4 of The Fairly OddParents ) continues the zany exploits of Timmy Turner and his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda.

When Timmy wishes for a magic remote, he's decides to run away from his chaotic home life and live in the world of various TV shows.

One of the unique things about this movie is how the art style changes to reflect that of the TV shows Timmy inhabits, including Peanuts , Rugrats , Scooby-Doo , and The Simpsons .

"The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" (2004)

Best Nickelodeon Movies The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie

Continuing the adventures of SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie follows everyone's favorite sea sponge as he leaves Bikini Bottom to look for King Neptune's crown.

"The Wild Thornberrys Movie" (2002)

Best Nickelodeon Movies The Wild Thornberrys Movie

Eliza Thornberry, the adventurous girl who can talk to animals, may have to give up her amazing ability when her sister's life is in peril.

Fun fact: This movie was nominated for Best Music, Original Song at the 2003 Oscars.

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Stacey Grant is a senior editor at Seventeen who runs the brand's Snapchat Discover channel. She also covers entertainment topics specializing in nostalgia, such as classic '90s and '00s Disney Channel and Nickelodeon content.

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This article is a list of movies that have aired on Nickelodeon , listed in the order they first aired on the channel.

Original movies

Theatrical nickelodeon movies.

Listed here are the theatrical films produced by Nickelodeon that have aired on the network. (To date, not every theatrical Nickelodeon movie has actually aired on the channel.)

Non-Nickelodeon movies

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Many movies were aired on Nickelodeon under the Nick Flicks umbrella from 1999 to 2001.

The following table is a list of movies that originated outside of Nickelodeon that have aired on the channel.

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10 Best Nickelodeon Movies Based On TV Shows

Nickelodeon's most popular television shows have inspired some of the best feature films.

During the 90s and early 2000s, Nickelodeon had an array of cartoons and live-action shows that proved to be big hits. The network would often make a movie to serve as a pilot for the TV show or capitalize on the show's success by making movies based on them.

Related: 10 Most Nostalgic Nickelodeon Shows From The 90s

Although Nickelodeon is a kids network, and the writers could easily pass the movies off as an extended show episode, the creative team often went the extra mile . They had stellar stories that were befitting of their runtimes. In the process, they kept the lovable characters and humor intact.

10 Good Burger Played On The Strengths Of Its Sketch

Good Burger (1997) was a film based on the All That sketch of the same name. The story involves the dimwitted fast-food worker Ed (Kel Mitchell) working with his new friend, Dexter (Kenan Thompson), to save the Good Burger restaurant from being put out of business by the rival restaurant Mondo Burger run by the villain, Kurt Boswell (Jan Schwieterman).

The writing is somewhat nonsensical, and not every joke is funny. However, the acting is generally well done, and the chemistry and likability of Mitchell and Thompson's characters transition nicely from the sketches, providing an endless supply of charm.

9 The Rugrats Movie Took The Babies' Adventures To New Levels

The Rugrats Movie was released in 1998 and was the first of three movies for the franchise. It follows Tommy Pickles and his friends as they struggle to adjust to the arrival of Tommy's new baby brother, Dil. The animation received a polish to just the right amount for movie quality.

Related: 10 Saddest Rugrats Episodes

The story shows little restraint in the frightening implications of the babies wandering off alone. It had a few cameos of big-name voice actors who made the most of their limited time. While Dil wasn't the most likable character in the movie or show, the film carried the show's heart, humor, and frightening imagery for long-time audiences to enjoy.

8 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Established A Vibrant Setting And Characters

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was the pilot movie for the TV series, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius . It involved the titular character and his friends going off to rescue their parents after aliens abduct them.

While the animation style is somewhat dated, the movie makes up for this shortcoming with its other aspects. The setting is colorful, and all the characters and relationships hold a level of endearment for kids and adults. These qualities flew high in the series and would have made it worthy of another movie. Alas, due to financial issues by the studio, the show was canceled.

7 Rugrats In Paris Provided A Heartfelt Narrative For Chuckie And His Father

Rugrats in Paris was the second Rugrats movie in the franchise. It followed the Rugrats' families on their vacation to Paris. From the start of the film, Chuckie Finster, yearns for a new mother just as his dad, Chas, is looking to date again.

The series previously explored Chuckie's sadness over not having a mother and his father being a widower. The movie utilizes this conflict and memorable imagery to strike an even more emotional chord with both characters. This aspect drives the film and caps it off with a silly but intense climax of the babies rampaging through Paris in an animatronic.

6 The Wild Thornberrys Movie Changed Things For The Thornberry Family

The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002) follows young Eliza Thornberry, after she fails to save a cheetah cub and winds up sent to boarding school. However, she feels compelled to return home. Along the way, she learns the true meaning of her power to talk to animals.

Eliza and her sister, Debbie, are given top-notch personalities that align and expand with their character traits in the show. This improvement makes both characters likable and leads to engaging storylines for both of them. Although the movie made a massive change with Debbie learning of her sister's powers, it didn't amount to much in the show's final season.

5 Hey Arnold! The Movie Did Enough For Fans To Enjoy

Hey Arnold! The Movie involves Arnold and his friend, Gerald, discovering that their neighborhood is getting bulldozed. Thus, the kids work to find proof that the area was once a historical landmark before it's too late.

While the story doesn't have much uniqueness compared to the show, it has stellar animation and its fair share of legitimately clever moments. Most, if not all the voice actors made an honest effort for what was their final project with these characters. The story focuses more on the children than the adults, but the series' build-up of their likability, allows them to carry their own.

4 The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie Brought The Spirit Of SpongeBob And So Much More

SpongeBob Squarepants rose to prominence as an iconic Nicktoon going into the early 2000s. Thus, Nickelodeon decided to bring the show to the big screen. Its story involved SpongeBob and his friend, Patrick, going to Shell City to retrieve King Neptune's crown after SpongeBob's boss Mr. Krabs gets framed for stealing it.

In typical SpongeBob episode fashion, the movie has a subtle but endearing message. Its writing possesses the usual jokes that would come from the show, but they're jokes people inside and outside the fanbase can enjoy. These aspects come with imagery that makes it rank alongside the best of the franchise .

3 Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling Provided Enjoyment For All

In 2019, Netflix released Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling , based on the 90s Nickelodeon show Rocko's Modern Life . The story involves Rocko and his friends adjusting to modern life in the 21st century while Rocko locates the creator of his favorite show.

The animation style is different but similar enough in its designs for long-time fans of the original series. The designs are particularly refreshing during a time when hand-drawn animation is somewhat obscure over 3D animation. The film makes fun of more modern trends but keeps most of them in moderation and retains the timeless humor of the original show .

2 Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus Was An Ideal Gift For The Fanbase

Invader Zim was a beloved Nicktoon that sadly got canceled before its time. In 2019 Netflix released a movie titled Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus . It follows the alien Zim's intent on conquering the Earth, putting him at odds with his nemesis, Dib.

Related: 5 Nickelodeon Series Unjustifiably Canceled (&5 That Went On Too Long)

Like Static Cling , the animation received all the right upgrades. The color scheme is lively and reminiscent of the comics . The art style especially shines in the action-packed climax, where it cycles through a series of different animation forms. As the cherry on top, the film fixed several problems that plagued the original series even after it ended.

1 Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie Gave Necessary Closure

Over a decade after the original series, Nickelodeon released another Hey Arnold movie titled Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie . It follows Arnold and his friends taking a trip to San Lorenzo, where Arnold attempts to find his missing parents.

The plot line regarding Arnold's parents is one that the series built up with heavy emotions , and the movie fully brings those emotions together. Although many of the voice actors wound up replaced, the new actors gave their all in making the characters feel just as authentic as they were all those years ago. It culminates in a loving ending for fans and a new start for the characters.

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1. 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (1999–2002)

TV-Y | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Fantasy

A bully is transformed into a dog that must perform one hundred good deeds with the help of a shy classmate.

Stars: Brandon Gilberstadt , Catherine MacNeal , William Francis McGuire , Rowdy

2. The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1992–1996)

TV-Y | 30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

This delightfully quirky show looks at the lives and adventures of two red-headed brothers with the same name.

Stars: Michael C. Maronna , Danny Tamberelli , Judy Grafe , Alison Fanelli

Votes: 9,639

3. All That (1994–2020)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Music

A zany sketch comedy featuring many wacky characters hosted for kids and by kids.

Stars: Amanda Bynes , Nick Cannon , Kenan Thompson , Soup

Votes: 7,923

4. Allegra's Window (1994–1998)

TV-Y | Family, Musical

The day-to-day life of an imaginative little girl and her friends as they learn lessons about life.

Stars: Tessa Ludwick , Pam Arciero , Kathryn Mullen , Andrea Frierson

5. The Amanda Show (1999–2002)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Comedy, Family

A comedy sketch show centered around All That (1994) alum Amanda Bynes .

Stars: Amanda Bynes , Drake Bell , Nancy Sullivan , John Kassir

Votes: 7,922

6. Amby & Dexter (1997–2003)

TV-Y | 1 min | Animation, Family, Fantasy

Amby and Dexter are small people who transformed from a pair into hands, and back again when their adventure's complete. Amby is the playful one who loves to dance while Dexter is the serious one. The two never talk.

7. The Angry Beavers (1997–2001)

TV-G | 30 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

The wacky and sometimes surreal adventures of Norbert and Daggett Beaver.

Stars: Richard Steven Horvitz , Nick Bakay , Rick Logan , Charlie Brissette

Votes: 15,273

8. Animal Show (1999– )

Animal Show brings out the wild side of wildlife - as only The Jim Henson Company can! Your hosts Stinky the Skunk and Jake the Polar Bear welcome guests of the animal kingdom to the ... See full summary  »

Stars: Steve Whitmire , Dave Goelz , Bill Barretta , Karen Prell

9. Animorphs (1998–2000)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller

Five teenagers and an alien with the ability to turn into any beast they touch vs. an army of parasitic aliens who are slowly infiltrating Earth.

Stars: Boris Cabrera , Nadia-Leigh Nascimento , Shawn Ashmore , Brooke Nevin

Votes: 1,401

10. Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1990–2000)

TV-14 | 30 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror

A group of teenagers meet in the woods, and tell scary stories.

Stars: Ross Hull , Daniel DeSanto , Raine Pare-Coull , Jodie Resther

Votes: 15,406

11. Blue's Clues (1996–2020)

TV-Y | 25 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

Blue is a puppy who puts her paw prints on three clues. Steve or Joe has to deduce the clues (with the help of off-screen children) to figure out what Blue wants to do.

Stars: Steve Burns , Traci Paige Johnson , Michael Rubin , Aleisha Allen

Votes: 6,209

12. The Brothers Flub (1997–1999)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

The show's title characters are a pair of alien brothers named Guapo and Fraz, both of whom work as couriers, who travel throughout their universe to deliver packages to a different planet in each episode of the series.

Stars: Scott Menville , Jerry Sroka , Dee Bradley Baker , Mariette Hartley

13. CatDog (1998–2005)

TV-Y | 23 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

The comic misadventures of a tidy, refined Cat and a goofy, uncouth Dog joined at the abdomen.

Stars: Jim Cummings , Tom Kenny , Carlos Alazraqui , Billy West

Votes: 23,821

14. Clarissa Explains It All (1991–1994)

TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Family

As events unfold in her life, Clarissa explains to the viewer the motivations behind people's actions.

Stars: Melissa Joan Hart , Jason Zimbler , Elizabeth Hess , Joe O'Connor

Votes: 9,250

15. Count Duckula (1988–1993)

TV-Y | 22 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

The misadventures of a vegetarian vampire duck and his servants.

Stars: Barry Clayton , Jack May , Brian Trueman , David Jason

Votes: 4,034

16. Cousin Skeeter (1998–2001)

TV-Y | 30 min | Comedy, Family

A boy's cousin stays with his family. They get themselves into all sorts of funny situations.

Stars: Rondell Sheridan , Angela Means , Meagan Good , Robert Ri'chard

Votes: 1,359

17. Danger Mouse (1981–1992)

TV-Y | 25 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Danger Mouse, the greatest secret agent in the world, must follow Colonel K's orders (and try not to break Professor Squawkencluck's inventions) to foil Baron Greenback's and his henchman Stiletto's plans.

Stars: David Jason , Terry Scott , Edward Kelsey , Victor Knight

Votes: 3,684

18. Don't Just Sit There (1988– )

30 min | Comedy, Family, Talk-Show

Teenage targeted talk/comedy show that ran on Nickelodeon through 1989 and introduced future stars as guests like Mayim Bialik and New Kids on the Block. Something like a young version of the late-night shows, complete with a house band.

Stars: Alie Smith , Matt Brown , Wendy L. Douglas , Veronica Alicino

19. Double Dare (1986–1988)

TV-Y | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Game-Show

One in a long-running series of game shows, where two-member teams of children compete to answer questions and complete stunts.

Stars: Marc Summers , John Harvey , Robin Marrella , Dave Shikiar

Votes: 2,074

20. Doug (1991–1994)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

The life of a young boy as he meets friends, falls in love, maneuvers his way through grade 6 and writes all about it in his journal.

Stars: Billy West , Fred Newman , Constance Shulman , Doug Preis

Votes: 19,388

21. Eureeka's Castle (1989–1995)

In a wind-up toy castle, a fantasy world of talking animals and assorted creatures live together with a giant who's in charge.

Stars: Noel MacNeal , James J. Kroupa , Pam Arciero , Cheryl Blaylock

Votes: 1,618

22. Figure It Out (1997–2013)

A group of four different panelists popular on Nickelodeon programs try to figure out the talents of different guests. They are given clues that they can feel, see, taste, and also given to them though charades.

Stars: Lori Beth Denberg , Jeff Sutphen , Elle Young , Gevorg Manoukian

Votes: 1,012

23. Franklin (1997–2006)

TV-Y | 23 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

A young turtle named Franklin learns social lessons as he grows up with his family and friends.

Stars: Noah Reid , Leah Renee , Elizabeth Saunders , Richard Newman

Votes: 4,878

24. Get the Picture (1991–1993)

TV-Y | 30 min | Game-Show

Known as "The Great Frame Game." Get the Picture was a great game show, hosted by Mike O'Malley, that aired from March 18, 1991 to December 6, 1991 on Nickelodeon. Two separate teams were ... See full summary  »

Stars: Mike O'Malley , Henry J. Waleczko , Louis Goldberg

25. Gullah, Gullah Island (1994–1998)

TV-Y | 20 min | Family, Musical

The series follow an African-American family on Gullah Gullah Island learning about life along with their friends, neighbors and their pet pollywog named Binya Binya.

Stars: Vanessa Baden , Ron Daise , Natalie Daise , James Edward Coleman II

Votes: 1,311

26. Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats (1984–1987)

TV-Y | 22 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

The misadventures of the feline troublemaker while the Catillac Cats gang have adventures of their own.

Stars: Mel Blanc , Stan Jones , Danny Mann , Ted Zeigler

Votes: 2,865

27. Hey Arnold! (1996–2004)

TV-Y7 | 15 min | Animation, Comedy, Drama

The everyday life of Arnold, a fourth-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of friends and neighbors.

Stars: Francesca Marie Smith , Jamil Walker Smith , Dan Castellaneta , Justin Shenkarow

Votes: 34,720

28. Hey Dude (1989–1991)

TV-Y | 30 min | Adventure, Comedy, Family

A group of friends work together with their boss at a dude ranch and go through many fun moments and mishaps along the way.

Stars: David Brisbin , Kelly Brown , Debi Kalman , Christine Taylor

Votes: 3,249

29. Hi Honey, I'm Home (1991–1992)

TV-G | 30 min | Comedy

A 1950s American Sitcom family participates in the Sitcom Relocation Program, and are transported to 1990s Suburbia.

Stars: Charlotte Booker , Stephen C. Bradbury , Peter Hans Benson , Julie Benz

30. Fifteen (1990– )

TV-14 | 25 min | Drama

'Fifteen' follows the students of fictional Hillside School and dealt with a variety of issues including dating, divorce, alcohol abuse, and friendship. The show played heavily into ... See full summary  »

Stars: Laura Harris , Chris William Martin , Todd Talbot , Andrew Baskin

31. The Journey of Allen Strange (1997–2000)

TV-Y | 25 min | Drama, Family, Sci-Fi

An alien child has been left behind on Earth. He befriends two human children and it is up to them to find a way to get him back home while they try to keep him secret.

Stars: Arjay Smith , Erin J. Dean , Marianne Muellerleile , Shane Sweet

32. KaBlam! (1996–2000)

A animated anthology show hosted by two kids who live in a comic book.

Stars: Noah Segan , Julia McIlvaine , Paul Eiding , Bert Pence

Votes: 2,802

33. Kenan & Kel (1996–2000)

Kenan and Kel: two best friends who live in Chicago are always dragged down by Kenan's get rich quick schemes while orange soda-loving buddy Kel is dragged along but tends to mess things up.

Stars: Kenan Thompson , Kel Mitchell , Ken Foree , Teal Marchande

Votes: 16,067

34. Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (1991–2015) Episode: Kids Pick the President (2000)

TV-Y | Documentary, Drama, Family

Governor George W. Bush and Vice President Gore tackle kids' questions on a wide range of hot political topic, including taxes, gun control, healthcare, the Internet and even the death penalty.

Stars: Riley Brock , Lily Collins , Linda Ellerbee , Jennifer S. Rose

35. Land of the Lost (1991–1992)

Not Rated | 23 min | Adventure, Family, Comedy

A family is trapped in a dinosaur dominated alternative world and must struggle to survive it.

Stars: Timothy Bottoms , Jenny Drugan , Robert Gavin , Ed Gale

36. Legends of the Hidden Temple (2016 TV Movie)

TV-Y | 65 min | Adventure, Family

Three siblings break away from a lackluster temple tour in a jungle and find themselves immersed in a real-life mission composed of obstacles that they must overcome in order to escape alive.

Director: Joe Menendez | Stars: Isabela Merced , Colin Critchley , Jet Jurgensmeyer , Kirk Fogg

37. The Littl' Bits (1980– )

Animation, Adventure, Comedy

A gang of elves live in a quaint cottage, going on adventures and learning lessons as they ride their flying squirrel.

Stars: Sonja Ball , Arthur Grosser , Arthur Holden , Dean Hagopian

38. Little Bill (1999–2004)

TV-Y | 30 min | Animation, Family

A smart, inquisitive five year old boy called "Little Bill" explores what life is like with the help of his big imagination.

Stars: Phylicia Rashad , Xavier Pritchett , Gregory Hines , Ruby Dee

Votes: 2,334

39. Making the Grade (1984)

R | 105 min | Comedy, Romance

A spoiled rich young man hires a young hustler, who lives in a broken car and owes money to a dicey loan shark, to take his place in his elite prep school and graduate for him.

Director: Dorian Walker | Stars: Judd Nelson , Jonna Lee , Gordon Jump , Walter Olkewicz

Votes: 1,540 | Gross: $4.56M

40. What a Cartoon! (1995–2002) Episode: Mina and the Count: Interlude with a Vampire (1995)

TV-Y | Animation, Short, Action

A vampire count must entertain a little girl for one night.

Director: Rob Renzetti | Stars: Michael Bell , Mark Hamill , Jeff Bennett , Ashley Johnson

41. My Brother and Me (1994–1995)

Alfie and Dee-Dee experience how life affects them with different aspects each day, such as learning life lessons.

Stars: Arthur Reggie III , Ralph Woolfolk IV , Jimmy Lee Newman , Aisling Sistrunk

42. The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo (1996–1999)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Crime, Family, Mystery

The adventures of an aspiring detective girl who solves crime in her spare time.

Stars: Irene Ng , Pat Morita , Adam Busch , Preslaysa Edwards

43. Natalie's Backseat Traveling Web Show (1996–1998)

44. nickelodeon arcade (1992–1997).

TV-G | 30 min | Family, Game-Show

Two teams vie for a chance to go inside a video game!

Stars: Phil Moore , Andrea Lively , Michael Bower , Melissa Joan Hart

45. Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (1991–2015)

Nick News is a platform to inform and inspire young people by highlighting their voices in conversation, covering important issues of the day.

Stars: Linda Ellerbee , Jennifer S. Rose , Magic Johnson , Gerald Ford

46. Nickelodeon GUTS (1992–1995)

TV-G | Action, Family, Game-Show

Three kids dawning the different colors blue, red, and purple compete in relatively cool-looking olympic-style games to achieve as many points as they can. At the end of every episode, they climb a big fake mountain, braving tumbling rocks made out of styrofoam, sparkling glitter, shooting steam, and loud sounds while trying to hit all the "Actuators" along their way to the summit including the ... See full summary  »

Stars: Mike O'Malley , Moira Quirk , Kelli Marchewka , Jana Waring

Votes: 1,570

47. Noozles (1984)

TV-Y | 24 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

The adventures of a 12-year-old girl named Sandy and her koala friends, Blinky and Pinky, who are from the extra-dimensional realm of Koalawalla Land.

Stars: Masako Nozawa , Kumi Mizuno , Dave Mallow , Megumi Odaka

48. Oh Yeah! Cartoons (1998–2002)

A TV series that shows a collection of cartoon shorts. This show helped to launch cartoons shows of "The Fairly Oddparents", "Chalkzone" and "My Life as a Teenage Robot."

Stars: Grey Griffin , John Kassir , Dee Bradley Baker , Daran Norris

49. On the Television (1989–1991)

30 min | Comedy

A fake T.V. show that reviewed non existing shows that were supposedly new. It not only spoofed "At the Movies" but actual shows that are similar to those they reviewed.

Stars: George McGrath , Tim Conway Jr. , Nancy Dye , Deanna Oliver

50. Oscar's Orchestra (1995–1996)

30 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

In a dystopian future of 2743, Thaddius Vent, dictator of the futuristic city of New Vienna, had banned all music. Young adventurous Rebecca helps Oscar, the talking piano, find a band of fellow instruments and lead a rebellion.

Stars: Dudley Moore , Daniel Nicodème , Elly Fairman , David de Keyser

51. The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991–1996)

Ren, a psychotic Chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, a dimwitted Manx cat who goes by the nickname Stimpy, have a host of unusual adventures.

Stars: John Kricfalusi , Billy West , Harris Peet , Bob Camp

Votes: 23,676

52. Renford Rejects (1998–2001)

TV-Y | Comedy, Drama, Family

British teen sitcom centred around a local football team.

Stars: Roger Davies , Matthew Leitch , Martin Delaney , Holly Davidson

53. Rocket Power (1999–2004)

TV-G | 30 min | Animation, Action, Adventure

Four friends and their daily lives of playing extreme sports, surfing, and getting into some crazy situations.

Stars: Joseph Ashton , Shayna Fox , John Kassir , Ray Bumatai

Votes: 9,927

54. Rocko's Modern Life (1993–1996)

TV-Y | 30 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

The wacky misadventures of an Australian wallaby and his friends as he finishes his transition to American life.

Stars: Carlos Alazraqui , Tom Kenny , Charlie Adler , Mr. Lawrence

Votes: 20,956

55. Roundhouse (1992–1995)

Not Rated | 30 min | Comedy, Family, Music

Sketch Comedy show for adolescents with skits revolving around a central theme to teach a lesson.

Stars: Julene Renee , John Crane , Seymour Willis Green , Micki Duran

56. Rugrats (1991–2006)

TV-Y | 30 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy

The cartoon misadventures of four babies and their snotty older cousin as they face the things in life they don't understand.

Stars: Elizabeth Daily , Christine Cavanaugh , Nancy Cartwright , Kath Soucie

Votes: 36,373

57. Rupert (1991–2020)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Animation, Adventure, Family

The adventures of a young bear named Rupert who unintentionally ends up in faraway/mystical places, but at the end manages to make it back safely to his home of Nutwood.

Stars: Julie Lemieux , Valerie Boyle , Guy Bannerman , Torquil Campbell

Votes: 1,748

58. Salute Your Shorts (1991–1992)

TV-G | 30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

A group of kids at a summer camp, run by the heard-but-never-seen Dr. Kahn, form friendships as they spend time harassing buffoonish camp counselor Kevin "Ug" Lee.

Stars: Trevor Eyster , Danny Cooksey , Michael Bower , Kirk Baily

Votes: 5,807

59. The Secret World of Alex Mack (1994–1998)

TV-Y7 | 30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

Alexandra "Alex" Mack develops powerful abilities after a chemical factory accident. She struggles to balance her ordinary life with extraordinary misadventures as a result.

Stars: Larisa Oleynik , Meredith Bishop , Darris Love , Michael Blakley

Votes: 5,349

60. SK8 TV (1990– )

TV-Y | Reality-TV, Sport

The start of professional skateboarding, xgames before the xgames.

Stars: Matthew Lillard , Samuel Ringoir , Skatemaster Tate

61. Special Delivery (2008– )

Stars: Adam Devine , Anders Holm , Blake Anderson , Dana Pacheco

62. SpongeBob SquarePants (1999– )

TV-Y7 | 23 min | Animation, Comedy, Family

The misadventures of a talking sea sponge who works at a fast food restaurant, attends a boating school, and lives in an underwater pineapple.

Stars: Tom Kenny , Rodger Bumpass , Bill Fagerbakke , Clancy Brown

Votes: 102,187

63. Think Fast (1989–1990)

Two teams battle it out based on their knowledge and physical skills.

Stars: Skip Lackey , Henry J. Waleczko , Michael Carrington , James Eoppolo

64. Weinerville (1993–1994)

TV-G | Comedy, Family

A mostly one man show in which a guy (Marc Weiner) interacted with his puppet selves (his head on the body of puppets) to solve their silly problems in a cardboard town. Included games with audience participation.

Stars: Marc Weiner , Scott Fellows , Ray Abruzzo , Marc Summers

65. Welcome Freshmen (1991–1993)

The wacky ups and downs of a group of kids attending their first year of high school.

Stars: Rick Galloway , Chris Lobban , Jocelyn Steiner , Mike Speller

66. What Would You Do? (1991–1993)

30 min | Comedy, Game-Show

Ninety episodes of this Nickelodeon show were produced 1991 to 1993. Audience members were asked to volunteer to perform funny stunts, e.g. kissing a chimpanzee et cetera.

Stars: Marc Summers , Robin Marrella , David Strassman , Lee Grimes

67. Wild & Crazy Kids (1990–2002)

TV-Y | 30 min | Action, Family, Game-Show

Teams of kids compete against each other in a variety of physical competitions and sports.

Stars: Donnie Jeffcoat , Omar Gooding , Jessica Gaynes , Annette M. Lesure

Votes: 1,256

68. The Wild Thornberrys (1998–2004)

The life of an adventurous family from the point of view of an eleven-year-old girl gifted with animal language.

Stars: Lacey Chabert , Jodi Carlisle , Tim Curry , Danielle Harris

Votes: 15,143

69. You Can't Do That on Television (1979–1990)

TV-PG | 30 min | Family, Comedy

Sketch TV by young amateur actors in true classic Nick-style. But whatever you do, never admit that you don't know or ask for water.

Stars: Les Lye , Abby Hagyard , Christine McGlade , Lisa Ruddy

Votes: 2,433

70. You're on! (1998– )

A team of kids go out to win prizes by convincing passers by to do one of three crazy things. If they get all three, they win a prize. In the studio, people randomly picked from the ... See full summary  »

Stars: Vivianne Collins , Phil Moore , Travis White , Andie Karvelis

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11 Kids Movies From The '90s That Will Bring You Some Nostalgic Joy

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Sometimes you just want to feel like a kid again.

Here are 11 movies we turn to for a little nostalgia when we just want an easy and fun watch. And if you grew up in the ’90s and now have kids of your own, these are certified classics that every child should see immediately.

“The Witches” (1990)

An early cut of “The Witches” terrified Nicholas Roeg’s young son so much that the director opted to tame some of the film’s most frightening sequences, which is pretty amazing considering how much it still revels in the dark and grotesque. Few children’s movies are as daring and witty, and almost none of them have Anjelica Huston chewing every inch of scenery as the world’s supreme sorceress. (Every famous actress should get to play a camp villain at least once.) Based on Roald Dahl’s 1983 novel, “The Witches” was one of the final projects that Jim Henson worked on before his death. The prosthetics are unrivaled, something this year’s CGI-burdened remake starring Anne Hathaway made disastrously clear. — Matthew Jacobs

Available to rent on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play and Vudu.

“Hook” (1991)

In my eyes, “Hook” is one of Steven Spielberg’s most overlooked films. Sure, if you were an adult when it came out you might think it’s, uh, not great? But as a kid who was glued to my TV in the 1990s whenever “Hook” came on, I believe otherwise. Was it unfairly judged? Yes.

The movie tells the reimagined story of a grown-up Peter Pan (Robin Williams), who must return to Neverland when the spiteful Captain Hook (Dustin Hoffman) kidnaps his children. I remember wanting to have a food fight with colorful Play-Doh-ish goo. I remember loving Julia Roberts’ portrayal of Tinkerbell. And I remember having an unexplained crush on Rufio (Dante Basco). What fun this movie was at a time when my imagination ran wild. — Leigh Blickley

Streaming on Netflix and available to rent on Vudu, Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play and iTunes.

“FernGully: The Last Rainforest” (1992)

The ’90s was a golden era for Disney animations ― but no one, we hope, needs to be reminded of “Mulan” and “The Lion King.” Instead, consider a far less appreciated, far weirder, far more explicitly environmentalist cartoon: “FernGully,” the story of an Amazonian fairy, Crysta, who teaches a handsome young logger, Zak (ahh, the ’90s), to love the rainforest. For a “nature is healing; we are the virus” vibe, plus Robin Williams voicing a zany bat, this is the only choice. — Claire Fallon

Streaming on Starz, Hulu, Amazon Prime and Sling TV, and available to rent for $3.99 on Google Play, YouTube, iTunes and Vudu

“Cop and a Half” (1993)

“Cop and a Half” is one of those random ’90s movies that is forgettable enough, but a joy to watch if you catch it on cable one random day. Starring Norman D. Golden II, Burt Reynolds, Holland Taylor, Ruby Dee and a small role for a young Amanda Seales (“Insecure”), the film follows young Devin (Golden II), who witnessed a crime, as he shadows a cop (Reynolds) who is determined to solve the case. There are plenty of hijinks along the way and a very sweet ending. — Erin E. Evans

Available to rent on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Google Play and Vudu.

“The Secret Garden” (1993)

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? After seeing “The Secret Garden” as a child, I only hear that rhyme in a lilting, taunting British accent. “The Secret Garden,” based on the novel of the same name, follows rich orphan Mary Lennox who is sent from India to England to live with her distant uncle after her parents die. Over the course of her time at Misselthwaite Manor, she discovers family secrets and, of course, a garden. If you like stories that make your heart feel warm and fuzzy and may even make you shed a few tears, this movie is for you. (Plus, an excellent Maggie Smith performance never hurts.) — Emma Gray

Available to watch for free on the Roku Channel, or to rent for $2.99 on YouTube, Prime, Vudu and Google Play.

“Blank Check” (1994)

For years after seeing this movie, I always anxiously opened birthday cards with the hopes that the sender forgot to designate the amount on the check. Unfortunately for me, my name isn’t Preston Waters, and I wouldn’t have known how to align the numbers perfectly on my computer to fill in the box on the check anyway. In “Blank Check,” Preston becomes rich overnight, buys a house, a water slide and becomes the head honcho before everything comes crashing down right before his eyes. Years later, I still appreciate Debbie Allen’s performance in this film, as well as Preston’s rags-to-riches S-T-Y-L-E. — Erin E. Evans

Streaming on Disney+ and available to rent on YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Prime and Vudu.

“D2: The Mighty Ducks” (1994)

The ’90s were truly the heyday of inspiring sports movies for children. And chief among those many excellent films is the Mighty Ducks trilogy. All three have a special place in my heart, but for some reason “D2” remains a particular favorite. (Maybe it’s because Queen’s iconic “We Are The Champions” is perfectly deployed over the credits? Who can say.) It’s got international rivalry — inexplicably with Iceland — and very cute Emilio Estevez and baby Joshua Jackson. What’s not to love? — Emma Gray

Streaming on Disney+ and HBO and available to rent for $2.99 or $3.99 on Google Play, Apple TV, Prime and Vudu.

“A Little Princess” (1995)

The aesthetics in many ’90s live-action kids movies are flat and coarse, as if studios didn’t think young viewers deserved rich visual experiences. “A Little Princess” was different. This handsome, graceful drama testified to director Alfonso Cuarón’s talents long before he made “Children of Men” or “Gravity,” casting a bewitching spell that flirts with magical realism but stays grounded in its riches-to-rags portrait of a boarding-school girl forced into servitude during World War I. A loose adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s 1905 novel of the same name, “Princess” takes children’s imaginations seriously and is all the more delightful for it. — Matthew Jacobs

Streaming on Netflix and available to rent on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play and Vudu.

“Space Jam” (1996)

As a kid whose two favorite things growing up were basketball and Looney Tunes, “Space Jam” is the perfect movie to activate the nostalgic feels. Starring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny, the NBA legend leads the Tune Squad to take on the Monstars. Unsurprisingly, the acting is trash. But that doesn’t take away from the fun, cheesy ride of watching the live-action and cartoon worlds collide. — Taryn Finley

Streaming on Netflix.

“Matilda” (1996)

Mara Wilson stars as Roald Dahl’s classic heroine Matilda Wormwood, a little girl so brainy she develops psychokinetic powers. Mistreated at home by her cloddish family, she finds acceptance elsewhere thanks to her teacher, Miss Honey ― and uses her abilities to exact revenge on bullies like her parents. This movie is a mischievous paean to the power of the mind over matter, and the value of kindness. What could be more soothing? — Claire Fallon

Available to rent for $3.99 on Google Play, YouTube, iTunes, Vudu and Amazon Prime.

“Good Burger” (1997)

There are few movie lines more infectiously rhythmic, yet borderline obnoxious than “Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?” The silly Nickelodeon film stars superduo Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, and the teens work to keep the burger joint they work at from being sabotaged by the conglomerate-run burger franchise opening across the street. From the goofy humor to the cheesy kids-save-the-day plot, it’s so quintessentially ’90s. — Taryn Finley

Streaming on Tubi and available for rent on Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu and iTunes.

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Original Movie Stars, Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell , Return as Fan-Favorite Characters Dex and Ed

GOOD BURGER 2 to Premiere Exclusively on Paramount+ Later this Year

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HOLLYWOOD, Calif. , March 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Nickelodeon Studios and Paramount+ today announced the greenlight of GOOD BURGER 2, an all-new original movie sequel to the iconic '90s feature film based on the sketch from the comedy series "All That." The movie will follow Dexter Reed ( Kenan Thompson ) and original cashier, Ed ( Kel Mitchell ), as they reunite in the present day at fast-food restaurant Good Burger with a hilarious new group of employees. Production will begin in May, with a premiere slated for later this year exclusively on Paramount+. The news was revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon .

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In GOOD BURGER 2, Dexter Reed is down on his luck after another one of his inventions fails. Ed welcomes Dex back to Good Burger with open arms and gives him his old job back. With a new crew working at Good Burger, Dex devises a plan to get back on his feet but unfortunately puts the fate of Good Burger at risk once again.

The original '90s sketch first aired on "All That" in 1994 and was centered around fast-food restaurant, Good Burger and its clueless cashier, Ed, played by Kel Mitchell in Seasons 1–5 . The feature film "Good Burger" was released worldwide on July 25, 1997 , by Paramount Pictures. Later in the "All That" revival series in 2019, Mitchell returned guest starring as Ed, working at Good Burger for 20 years as manager of the trainees.

Thompson is represented by UTA and managed by Michael Goldman . Mitchell is represented by UTA and managed by Alex Goodman at Levity Live.

GOOD BURGER 2 is penned by Kevin Kopelow & Heath Seifert ("All That", "Good Burger") who will also serve as executive producers. Phil Traill ("The Middle," "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Single Drunk Female") will direct. James III (" Tyler Perry's Young Dylan," "All That") has also been engaged as a writer. Production of the movie for Nickelodeon Studios is overseen by Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin , Co-Heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action. Brittany Cope serves as Nickelodeon's Executive in Charge of Production.

Said Thompson, "I can't believe it's been a little over 25 years since great customer service was born at Good Burger! Being a part of something so many generations of people have come to love has made me so proud and now to be back where it all began working on the sequel is surreal! Love performing with my brother Kel and can't wait to show the fans what these characters have been up to since we last saw them."

Said Mitchell, "Ed is one of those timeless characters that has brought so much joy and laughter to fans, and it's such a beautiful blessing to still be doing it after all these years. It's super awesome to come back and continue the stories of Dex, Ed and Good Burger for both the people who grew up watching and their kids."

Said Shauna Phelan and Zack Olin , Co-Heads of Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Live-Action, " Good Burger is such a beloved movie that fans have cherished for years. Packed with comedy, cameos and plenty of Easter eggs from the original, Good Burger 2 will bring the nostalgia fans and a new generation of viewers together for another wild, hilarious Good Burger adventure."

Said Tanya Giles , Chief Programming Officer of Paramount Streaming, "We're thrilled to take audiences' orders for more laughter and adventures with the 'Good Burger' crew. GOOD BURGER 2 will be a great addition to our 2023 programming slate and is sure to serve up everything 'All That' fans and new viewers alike will enjoy."

About Nickelodeon Nickelodeon, now in its 43 rd year, is the number-one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. The brand includes television programming and production in the United States and around the world, plus consumer products, digital, location-based experiences, publishing and feature films. For more information or artwork, visit . Nickelodeon is a part of Paramount's (Nasdaq: PARA, PARAA) global portfolio of multimedia entertainment brands.

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Top 10 '90s nickelodeon cartoons, ranked.

The '90s were a magical decade for cartoons, especially when it comes to Nickelodeon. Today, we're ranking Nickelodeon's best '90s cartoons.

The '90s are a time of great nostalgia for many millennials. The entertainment from this time period still holds a special place in the hearts of many. '90s  Nickelodeon cartoons, known as Nicktoons, are no exception to this genre, starting with Doug   in 1991.

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The Nickelodeon cartoons from the '90s are still so popular that many have seen reboots, spin-offs, and movie adaptations of them. Some networks play reruns of these beloved shows and others never went off the air, continuing to put out new episodes of shows that started in the '90s, like  SpongeBob SquarePants .

Updated on September 30th, 2021, by Lynn Gibbs: The '90s was a special time for cartoons, and Nickelodeon was the network that had some of the best cartoons on TV at the time. The animation, the storylines, and the theme songs were all one of a kind — other networks couldn't compare. From CatDog to Rocket Power, no cartoon was left ignored. And thanks to different streaming services, '90s Nick cartoon fans can re-watch their favorite shows to be reminded of their greatness.

CatDog (1998)

● Available on Paramount+ and Prime Video

CatDog  had real promise. It featured two conjoined siblings with vastly different personalities. Cat was an intellectual, carefully creating plans. Dog was a happy-go-lucky impulsive, rarely thinking before springing into action.

CatDog focused on the challenges these two had as they faced the world together as one. Their plans were regularly foiled and they faced difficulty from villains, Winslow, and the Greaser Dogs. The show also had some hilarious moments and a catchy theme song. Because of the brothers' differences in personalities, they often got themselves into trouble, but being brothers always added a sentimental spin to the show. Because of the love this show had, a Nickelodeon movie was made in its honor. Had the episodes not become repetitive, it would have scored higher on this list.

Oh Yeah! Cartoons (1998)

● Available for purchase on Amazon and Apple TV

Oh Yeah! Cartoons  was unlike any show seen today. The network and new artists used this as a platform to pitch new concepts for shows, creating a handful of cartoon shorts. The cartoons were received with a variety of reactions — some performed well while others did not.

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While not many people remember Oh Yeah! Cartoons  for being a great show, the show did end up resulting in the creation of three of the most popular cartoons of the late '90s, early 2000s. After making their first appearances on Oh Yeah! Cartoons ,  The Fairly OddParents , ChalkZone,  and  My Life as a Teenage Robot were given their own television series, securing  Oh Yeah Cartoons! a spot in history. The series had three seasons but was ahead of its time to really become the success that it should have been.

SpongeBob SquarePants (1999)

● Available on Prime Video, Philo, Apple TV, and Paramount+

While many don't think of   SpongeBob SquarePants  as a '90s cartoon, it technically began airing in 1999, qualifying it for this list. SpongeBob  has been running since the late '90s, and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. This slightly annoying yet lovable and optimistic sponge never gives up in the face of a challenge. His friends include the dim-witted Patrick Star and the genius Sandy Cheeks. His neighbor and coworker Squidward severs as a perfect pessimistic balance to SpongeBob's cheery character, combining both dry wit and sophomoric humor.

The everlasting popularity of the show has led to several movie spin-offs and the creation of a musical. As humorous and silly as it was, there were some strong life lessons shown throughout SpongeBob .  With its multi-leveled humor, fun for both kids and adults, and its cast of dynamic characters,  SpongeBob is sure to stick around for a while.

KaBlam! (1996)

● Available on Paramount+

KaBlam! was a popular sketch comedy series. The series featured a number of shorts, several of which were extremely popular. These reoccurring shorts included "Life with Loopy," "The Off-Beats," and "Action League Now!", and more.

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Each short featured a distinct animation style, showcasing a wide variety of possibilities. The series ran for four seasons and even had a canceled spinoff film for Prometheus and Bob.  With so many popular segments to choose from, it's no wonder that this show holds a special place in the hearts of so many. It's still considered one of the best Nickelodeon cartoons for its individuality but there are others that rank above it...

Rugrats (1991)

● Available on Hulu, Paramount+, Fubo, Apple TV, and DirecTV

Rugrats was one of the most diverse cartoons of its time. It focused on difficult issues such as the death of a mother, premature birth, and step-parents in an easily digestible way. Showing these challenges from the perspective of children allowed kids to process these concepts in a way that made sense for them. Powerful females take form in Angelica, Susie, and Charlotte. Rugrats also provided some much-needed representation to Jewish children around the world, who rarely saw themselves reflected positively on screen. Because of Rugrats'  success, a series of movies were released in its name.

This group of children took viewers on adventures as they played pretend, exploring the world around them. The show also highlighted common struggles of being a child, such as sibling rivalry, sugar addiction, and obsession with toys. Almost everyone could identify with one of these tots, making it one of the best TV shows of the '90s .

Rocket Power (1999)

● Available on Paramount+, Fubu, DirecTV, and Philo

Rocket Power  was the essence of the '90s. It draws heavily on the popular skater style, featuring a group of friends with a love for extreme sports. This show was enjoyable due to the high energy of the characters and its coolness factor. Fans followed the young group of friends as they skateboarded, snowboarded, and surfed, displaying their laid-back and carefree attitude.

This show wasn't all light-hearted, however. These young protagonists also worked to change the world for the better, tackling difficult topics like pollution, dealing with bullies, and how to deal with failure. Its ability to handle difficult concepts in a fun way is part of what made this show so successful. And while it's a Nickelodeon show not viewable on Netflix or Hulu , fans can still watch it on  Paramount+, FubuTV, and Philo .

The Wild Thornberrys (1998)

The Wild Thornberrys  was a choice show for many adventure-loving children. This mystical show featured a family living in an RV and exploring the world as its adults were documentary filmmakers. But what made the show really stand out among the rest was that the main character, Eliza, has the ability to talk to animals.

This leads to many fantastical scenarios, with Eliza getting into some bizarre situations as she aims to help and understand the animals she meets. This is also why she has a pet chimpanzee named Darwin because the two understand each other. With its quirky cast of both human and non-human characters,  The Wild Thornberrys  became a huge success, even receiving its own movie. Their colorful way of life made this show a standout.

Doug (1991)

● Available on Paramount+, Disney+, DirecTV, and NickHits

During the '90s, fans didn't know that Doug would become one of the best TV shows of its time. Doug is about a new kid in town working his way through life. His dog Porkchop serves as his sidekick, both in real life and in Doug's imagination, where he's a superhero named Quailman. He enjoys his time with his best friend Buster, his crush Patti Mayonnaise, and his friend Beebe while trying to avoid Roger, the bully.

This show is well-remembered for its clever sense of humor, imagination, and killer music. Doug's favorite band, The Beats, which are clearly a Beatles parody, and their hits such as "Killer Tofu" are still at the forefront of fans' minds all of these years later. Putting the music aside, Doug's imagination was relatable for viewers and made this sow exciting to watch.

The Angry Beavers (1997)

● Available on Paramount+ and NickHits, 

Angry Beavers was a trippy show. It focused on two brothers, both beavers, living their best bachelor life. Daggett and Norbert are very different, which leads to many hilarious conflicts. Daggett is foolish and immature, so much so that his middle name is actually Doofus. Norbert is an intellectual, more composed, and extremely arrogant.

Both of these characters get themselves into ridiculous situations, often having to put their feuds aside to solve their problems together. Their closest friend is Stump, who never moves while on-screen, bearing much resemblance to Plank from Ed, Edd n Eddy . With its electric animation, bright colors, humorous storylines, and eccentric characters, this show is still worth watching today.  Angry Beavers is a definitive part of '90s babies' childhoods.

Hey Arnold! (1996)

● Available on Hulu, Paramount+, DirecTV, NickHits, and Hoopla

Hey Arnold! follows a group of school-aged children navigating their life in an urban city. Each character is well-developed and they each possess their own unique personality. Fan-favorite supporting characters such as Helga, Gerald, Stinky, and Harold drive the show forward. This group gets themselves into some truly ridiculous situations, such as getting mixed up with criminals and owing a lot of money to the Campfire Lasses.

They always overcome their challenges and learn to value their friendships, as well as the advice and support of those around them. The characters' problem-solving skills, deep life lessons, and uplifting storylines made this show a huge success.

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