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Международный

16 мая 2011 года MTV Networks запустила два новых канала, Nick Jr. и MTVNHD , в Азии. Эти 24-часовые каналы стали доступны на StarHub TV в Сингапуре 18 мая 2011 года и Telekom Malaysia Berhad «s УСОСФС ТВ в Малайзии на 1 июня 2011 года канал начал агрессивно к остальной части Юго — Восточной Азии позже.

Африканская версия Ника-младшего была запущена 30 сентября 2014 года вместе с Nicktoons . В Польше Ник-младший доступен на Platforma Canal + с марта 2013 года. В Румынии Ник-младший доступен на UPC Romania с 24 октября 2014 года. В Канаде Ник-младший был запущен как программный блок в локальной версии Nickelodeon. .

Версии Ника-младшего также существуют в Великобритании и Ирландии , Германии , Нидерландах и Фландрии , Индии , Франции , Италии , Латинской Америке и Австралии . 3 ноября 2017 года Nick Jr. стартовал в Португалии .

Nick Jr. также доступен в Японии в виде программного блока в японской версии Nickelodeon .

Международные версии телеканала включают:

  • Ник младший (Великобритания и Ирландия)

    Ник-младший тоже / Ник-младший 2

    — представлен в 1993 году.

  • Ник младший (Германия) — представлен в 1995 году.
  • Ник младший (Латинская Америка) — представлен в 1997 году.
  • Ник-младший (Австралия и Новая Зеландия) — представлен в 1998 году.
  • Ник младший (Турция) — представлен в 1998 году.
  • Ник младший (Израиль) — представлен в 2003 году.
  • Ник младший (Нидерланды) — представлен в 2003 году.
  • Nickelodeon Junior (Франция) — выпущен в 2005 году.
  • Ник-младший (Ближний Восток и Северная Африка) — представлен в 2008 году.
  • Ник младший (Италия) — представлен в 2009 году.
  • Ник младший (Канада) — Представлен в 2009 году (как программный блок)
  • Ник младший (Скандинавия) — представлен в 2010 году.
  • Ник младший (Греция) — представлен в 2010 году.
  • Ник младший (Юго-Восточная Азия) — представлен в 2010 году.
  • Ник младший (Россия и СНГ) — представлен в 2011 году.
  • Ник младший (Индия) — представлен в 2012 году.
  • Ник младший (Африка к югу от Сахары) — представлен в 2014 году.
  • Ник младший (Португалия) — представлен в 2017 году.

Программирование

Другие блоки Ника-младшего для вещательных сетей

С 2000 по 2002 год и с 2004 по 2006 год программы и межстраничные сегменты Ника-младшего появлялись на канале CBS в виде субботнего утреннего блока под названием « Ник-младший» на CBS . С 2002 по 2004 год он был частью общего блока Nick on CBS , который также включал передачи с основного канала Nickelodeon. Он закончился после того, как Viacom и CBS Corporation были разделены в начале в 2006 году (но снова объединились в более поздние годы) и был заменен блоком KOL Secret Slumber Party 16 сентября 2006 года.

Испаноязычная американская сеть Telemundo транслировала Blue’s Clues (с 1998 по 2000 год, как часть блока Nickelodeon en Telemundo ) и Dora the Explorer (с 2005 по 2006 год, как часть блока Telemundo Kids ) на испанском языке. 5 апреля 2008 года конкурирующая испанская сеть Univision добавила дублированные на испанском языке версии Dora the Explorer и ее спин-офф Go, Diego, Go! к их субботнему утреннему составу Planeta U. Версия The Backyardigans, дублированная на испанском языке, была позже добавлена ​​к составу 8 января 2011 года.

В течение короткого времени летом 2010 года Tr3s , дочерняя сеть Nickelodeon , транслировала ежедневный блок программ Ника-младшего, дублированных на испанском языке, под названием Tr3s Jr., чтобы соответствовать требованиям E / I для своих филиалов вещания. Такие шоу, как Pistas de Blue (испанская версия Blue’s Clues ) и Wonder Pets! были представлены в блоке.

Повторное появление лица

Лицо (1990-е) появилось во время новогоднего выпуска 2012 года The ’90s Are All That , бывшего ночного блока TeenNick, ориентированного на 1990-е годы. Появления Face состояли из вырванных из контекста клипов, из-за которых он выглядел пьяным или комментировал взрослые (например: «Да, вырасти пару!»).

В октябре 2015 года в сезон Хэллоуина / Ника или угощения бампер «Face the Monster» будет играть на блоке как переход к вводным эпизодам Aaahh !!! Настоящие монстры . Тот же бампер будет использован на блоке в качестве первоапрельской розыгрыша 1 апреля 2017 года.

Лицо также появилось в пасхальном промо для The Splat , преемника 90-х — все это, в 2016 году, побуждая зрителей искать пасхального кролика в шоу Nickelodeon 1990-х годов.

Current programming

Original programming

Animated series

Title Premiere date
Abby Hatcher January 1, 2019
Blaze and the Monster Machines October 13, 2014
Blue’s Clues & You! November 11, 2019
Bubble Guppies January 24, 2011
Butterbean’s Cafe November 12, 2018
Nella the Princess Knight February 6, 2017
PAW Patrol August 13, 2013
Rusty Rivets November 8, 2016
Shimmer and Shine August 24, 2015
Sunny Day August 14, 2017
Top Wing November 6, 2017

Acquired programming

Animated series

Title Premiere date
44 Cats May 25, 2019
Corn & Peg March 4, 2019
Hey Duggee July 11, 2016
Max & Ruby May 1, 2004
Peppa Pig February 5, 2011
Rainbow Rangers November 5, 2018
Ricky Zoom September 9, 2019
Trulli Tales October 5, 2019
The Adventures of Paddington December 20, 2019
Title Premiere date
Ryan’s Mystery Playdate April 19, 2019

Repeats of ended series

Original programming

Title Premiere date Finale date Date(s) reran
Dora the Explorer August 14, 2000 August 9, 2019 2019-present
Fresh Beat Band Of Spies June 15, 2015 January 22, 2016 2016-present
Team Umizoomi January 25, 2010 April 24, 2015 2015–present
Wallykazam! February 3, 2014 September 16, 2017 2017-present

Included programming on Nick Jr. on Pluto TV

Programming includes old and discontinued programming from the original Nick Jr. channel.

Title Premiere date
Blue’s Clues May 1, 2019
Dora the Explorer May 1, 2019
Franklin and Friends May 19, 2019
The Fresh Beat Band May 1, 2019
Go Diego Go! May 1, 2019
Kuu Kuu Harajuku May 1, 2019
Max & Ruby May 1, 2019
Robot and Monster May 1, 2019
Teletubbies May 1, 2019
Wallykazam! May 1, 2019
Wonder Pets May 1, 2019
Yo Gabba Gabba! May 1, 2019
Title Premiere date
Worldwide Day of Play October 2, 2004

Programming[edit]

Other Nick Jr. blocks for broadcast networksedit

From 2000 to 2002 and from 2004 to 2006, Nick Jr. programs and interstitial segments appeared as a Saturday morning block on CBS entitled Nick Jr. on CBS. From 2002 to 2004, it was part of the general Nick on CBS block, which also included programming from the main Nickelodeon channel. It ended after Viacom and CBS Corporation were separated at the start at 2006 (but re-merged in later years) and was replaced by the KOL Secret Slumber Party block on September 16, 2006.

Spanish-language US network Telemundo has aired Blue’s Clues (from 1998 to 2000, as part of the Nickelodeon en Telemundo block) and Dora the Explorer (from 2005 to 2006, as part of the Telemundo Kids block) in Spanish. On April 5, 2008, competing Spanish network Univision added Spanish-dubbed versions of Dora the Explorer and its spin-off Go, Diego, Go! to their Saturday morning Planeta U line-up. A Spanish-dubbed version of The Backyardigans was later added to the lineup on January 8, 2011.

For a brief time in summer 2010, Tr3s, a sister network to Nickelodeon, aired a daily block of Spanish-dubbed Nick Jr. programs under the name Tr3s Jr. to meet E/I requirements for its broadcast affiliates. Shows like Pistas de Blue (the Spanish version of Blue’s Clues) and Wonder Pets! were featured in the block.

Face’s reappearancesedit

Face (1990s) made an appearance during the 2012 New Year edition of The ’90s Are All That, TeenNick’s former 1990s-oriented late night block. Face’s appearances consisted of out-of-context clips that make him appear to be drunk or making adult comments (e.g.: «Yeah, grow a pair!»).

In October 2015 for the Halloween/Nick or Treat season, the «Face the Monster» bumper would play on the block as a transition of introducing episodes of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. The same bumper would be used on the block as an April Fools’ Day prank on April 1, 2017.

Face also appeared in an Easter promo for The Splat, The ’90s Are All That’s successor, in 2016, encouraging viewers to look for the Easter bunny in 1990s Nickelodeon shows.

Slogans[]

  • Just for You! (September 4, 1989 – May 3, 1991)
  • Nick Jr. is Here Just for You! (May 6, 1991 – April 2, 1993)
  • Grow, Learn, and Play (April 5, 1993 — September 2, 1994)
  • Play to Learn (September 5, 1994 — August 29, 2003)
  • TV for the Next Generation (September 12, 1994 – September 6, 1996)
  • TV Made Just for Preschoolers (September 9, 1996 – October 2, 1998)
  • Just for Me (October 5, 1998 – August 31, 2001)
  • Where I Play to Learn (September 3, 2001 – August 29, 2003)
  • Where I Play Along (September 1, 2003 – October 8, 2004)
  • Love to Play! (October 11, 2004 – September 7, 2007)
  • Play with Us! (September 10, 2007 – February 29, 2012)
  • The Smart Place to Play (March 1, 2012 — May 20, 2018)
  • Ready to Play? (May 21, 2018 – present)

Programming[edit]

Other Nick Jr. blocks for broadcast networksedit

From 2000 to 2002 and from 2004 to 2006, Nick Jr. programs and interstitial segments appeared as a Saturday morning block on CBS entitled Nick Jr. on CBS. From 2002 to 2004, it was part of the general Nick on CBS block, which also included programming from the main Nickelodeon channel. It ended after Viacom and CBS Corporation were separated at the start at 2006 (but re-merged in later years) and was replaced by the KOL Secret Slumber Party block on September 16, 2006.

Spanish-language US network Telemundo has aired Blue’s Clues (from 1998 to 2000, as part of the Nickelodeon en Telemundo block) and Dora the Explorer (from 2005 to 2006, as part of the Telemundo Kids block) in Spanish. On April 5, 2008, competing Spanish network Univision added Spanish-dubbed versions of Dora the Explorer and its spin-off Go, Diego, Go! to their Saturday morning Planeta U line-up. A Spanish-dubbed version of The Backyardigans was later added to the lineup on January 8, 2011.

For a brief time in summer 2010, Tr3s, a sister network to Nickelodeon, aired a daily block of Spanish-dubbed Nick Jr. programs under the name Tr3s Jr. to meet E/I requirements for its broadcast affiliates. Shows like Pistas de Blue (the Spanish version of Blue’s Clues) and Wonder Pets! were featured in the block.

Face’s reappearancesedit

Face (1990s) made an appearance during the 2012 New Year edition of The ’90s Are All That, TeenNick’s former 1990s-oriented late night block. Face’s appearances consisted of out-of-context clips that make him appear to be drunk or making adult comments (e.g.: «Yeah, grow a pair!»).

In October 2015 for the Halloween/Nick or Treat season, the «Face the Monster» bumper would play on the block as a transition of introducing episodes of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. The same bumper would be used on the block as an April Fools’ Day prank on April 1, 2017.

Face also appeared in an Easter promo for The Splat, The ’90s Are All That’s successor, in 2016, encouraging viewers to look for the Easter bunny in 1990s Nickelodeon shows.

Former programming

Original programming

Animated series

Title Premiere date Finale date
The Backyardigans November 22, 2004 August 30, 2018
Dora and Friends: Into the City! August 18, 2014 December 16, 2019
Go, Diego, Go! September 6, 2005 August 31, 2018
Little Bill November 28, 1999 February 24, 2014
Ni Hao, Kai-Lan December 1, 2008 November 4, 2016
Oswald August 20, 2001 March 11, 2013
Pinky Dinky Doo April 5, 2006 April 8, 2011
Wonder Pets! March 6, 2006 August 30, 2018
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! September 1, 2006 April 15, 2014

Live-action series

Title Premiere date Finale date
Allegra’s Window October 24, 1994 April 6, 2003
Blue’s Clues September 8, 1996 July 1, 2019
Blue’s Room August 2, 2004 March 29, 2007
Eureeka’s Castle September 4, 1989 1991
The Fresh Beat Band May 31, 2010 July 2, 2016
Gullah Gullah Island October 24, 1994 December 31, 2011
Jack’s Big Music Show September 12, 2005 March 11, 2013
Mutt & Stuff July 10, 2015 September 1, 2018
On the Team January 30, 2001 March 31, 2002
Oobi April 7, 2003 March 11, 2013
Whoopi’s Littleburg January 18, 2004 November 7, 2004
Yo Gabba Gabba! February 23, 2008 October 24, 2016
Zoofari February 5, 2018 May 20, 2018

Acquired programming

Animated series

Title Premiere date Finale date
Becca’s Bunch September 24, 2018 February 13, 2019
Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom October 5, 2015 December 28, 2018
Bob the Builder January 15, 2001 December 19, 2004
The Busy World of Richard Scarry 1994 2000
Canticos May 10, 2018 September 2, 2018
Cleo & Cuquin January 22, 2018 August 31, 2018
Digby Dragon January 23, 2017 June 8, 2018
Franklin February 2, 1999 March 11, 2013
Franklin and Friends March 1, 2012 March 29, 2019
Julius Jr. September 29, 2013 September 27, 2015
Kuu Kuu Harajuku February 3, 2017 February 2, 2018
Lalaloopsy March 29, 2013 October 23, 2016
Little Bear 1995 August 31, 2018
Little Charmers January 12, 2015 August 30, 2018
Maggie and the Ferocious Beast 2000 October 30, 2010
Maisy 1999 November 2, 2007
Mia and Me May 3, 2014 December 25, 2016
Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small October 3, 2016 February 3, 2018
Mike the Knight March 1, 2012 November 30, 2018
Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends November 22, 2004 September 12, 2014
Mysticons September 23, 2017 April 2, 2018
Olivia February 1, 2009 September 25, 2015
Peter Rabbit December 14, 2012 June 10, 2019
Pocoyo July 23, 2011 January 2, 2015
Regal Academy November 5, 2017 May 27, 2018
Rubbadubbers June 4, 2004 November 28, 2005
Tickety Toc September 10, 2012 August 30, 2018
Thomas & Friends December 15, 2017 December 27, 2019
Toot & Puddle November 16, 2008 November 30, 2012
Zack & Quack April 5, 2014 August 31, 2018

Live-action series

Title Premiere date Finale date
Dino Dan October 17, 2010 September 27, 2015
LazyTown November 22, 2004 July 17, 2010
Teletubbies May 30, 2016 August 17, 2018
The Upside Down Show October 16, 2006 February 29, 2012

Current programming

Original programming

The following is a list of original shows (created and owned by Nickelodeon) that aired on the Nick Jr. Channel. Included are the shows’ logos, titles, first and last air dates, and notes about their broadcast.

Animated series

Image Title Premiere date
Team Umizoomi January 31, 2010
The last premiere was on April 24, 2015, but reruns continue to air on the Nick Jr. Channel as of 2021.
Bubble Guppies January 30, 2011
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.
Dora and Friends: Into the City! October 4, 2014
The show moved to the separate Nick Jr. Channel in February 2016, leaving many episodes unaired on the main network.
Blaze and the Monster Machines October 19, 2014
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.
Shimmer and Shine August 24, 2015
Many episodes were left unaired on the main network. They aired on the Nick Jr. Channel from March 2018 to February 2020.
Butterbean’s Café November 13, 2018
Many episodes were left unaired on the main network. They premiered on the Nick Jr. Channel from August 2019 to August 2020.
Santiago of the Seas October 10, 2020
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.
Baby Shark’s Big Show! December 12, 2020
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.
The BeatBuds, Let’s Jam! June 7, 2021
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.

Live-action series

Image Title Premiere date
Blue’s Clues & You! November 11, 2019
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.
Noggin Knows May 28, 2021
Currently airs on the Nick Jr. Channel.

Acquired programming

Animated series

Title Premiere date
Peppa Pig February 5, 2011
PAW Patrol September 15, 2013
Hey Duggee July 11, 2016
Rainbow Rangers November 5, 2018
Abby Hatcher January 1, 2019
The Adventures of Paddington December 22, 2019
Deer Squad January 25, 2021

Live-action series

Title Premiere date
Ryan’s Mystery Playdate June 10, 2019

Programming on Pluto TV

Pluto TV, a streaming service purchased by ViacomCBS in 2019, includes a channel dedicated to Nick Jr. programming, along with a Latino feed. The lineup consists of discontinued series from the Nick Jr. block and the TV channel.

  • 1 Latino feed only. This is the feed for Pluto US and not to be confused with the Latin America version.
  • 2 English feed only.
Title Premiere date
Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom1 October 15, 2019
Blue’s Clues May 1, 2019
Butterbean’s Café May 2021
Corn & Peg May 2021
Dora the Explorer May 1, 2019
Dora and Friends: Into the City! October 15, 2019
Franklin and Friends2 May 19, 2019
The Fresh Beat Band2 May 1, 2019
Fresh Beat Band of Spies1 October 15, 2019
Go, Diego, Go! May 1, 2019
Max & Ruby May 1, 2019
Peter Rabbit May 1, 2019
Ricky Zoom 2020
Robot and Monster2 May 1, 2019
Rusty Rivets May 2021
Wallykazam!2 May 1, 2019
Wonder Pets! May 1, 2019
Zoofari October 15, 2019
Title Premiere date
Worldwide Day of Play 2010

Cross-programming with other networks

Starting in the 1990s, Nick Jr. programs, (alongside those of Nickelodeon) have been airing on the AFN network, and then later AFN Family. Some of Nick Jr.’s older programs have been in reruns to this day, such as Blue’s Clues, and Go, Diego, Go!, alongside delayed premieres of newer Nick Jr. programs, such as Paw Patrol and Butterbean’s Café.

From to , Nick Jr. shows aired on the Noggin channel as part of a block called Nick Jr. on Noggin. Noggin was eventually relaunched with the streaming service in 2015.

From to and from to , Nick Jr. also ran a Saturday morning children’s block for CBS entitled Nick Jr. on CBS, featuring shows from the programming block. Between 2002 and 2004, it was part of the general Nick on CBS block, which also included programming from the main Nickelodeon channel. The block was discontinued on September 16, , when the DiC-programmed KOL Secret Slumber Party on CBS replaced it.

Until the fall of 2006, Spanish-language US network Telemundo offered Nick Jr. programming in Spanish on Saturday and Sunday mornings, as part of the Nickelodeon en Telemundo block, which featured such shows as Rugrats and Dora the Explorer. In the fall of 2006, Nick programming was replaced with a Spanish-language version of NBC/Ion Television’s qubo block.

On April 5, , competing Spanish network Univision added Spanish-dubbed versions of Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go! to their Saturday morning Planeta U line-up.

For a brief time in summer 2010, Tr3s (a sister network of Nickelodeon) aired a daily block of Spanish-dubbed Nick Jr. programs under the name Tr3s Jr. Pistas de Blue (episodes from the Steve Burns era of Blue’s Clues) and Wonder Pets! were featured in the block.

Face made an appearance during the 2012 New Year edition of The ’90s Are All That, TeenNick ‘s 1990s-oriented late night block. Face’s appearances consisted of out-of-context clips that make him appear to be drunk or making adult comments (e.g. «Yeah, grow a pair!»). Face also appeared in an Easter promo for The Splat in 2016.

Since May 1, 2019, reruns of older Nick Jr. series have been airing on a Pluto TV channel known as Nick Jr. on Pluto TV.

Starting in 2020, Nick Jr. shows were added to Paramount+.

References

  1. Nickelodeon Early-Morning TV Broadcast from 1988 (with commercials). YouTube.
  2. The Rugrats Timeline — Through 1989 (2012-06-16).
  3. Nick to spend $30 million on kids (page 53) from Broadcasting & Cable
  4. Nick Jr. site gets a redesign, debuts new preschool series.
Nickelodeon Programming Blocks
Current Girls Rule Sundays • Nick at Nite • Nick Jr. • Night of Premieres • NickRewind • Super New Saturdays • Noggin • Beat Bash
Defunct 25 Days of Nickmas • 3 Headed Monster • 3D Nogglevision • The ’90s Are All That • Creepin’ Weekends • Do the New Saturday Mornings • Double Nicktoon Weekends • Friday Night Nicktoons • Friday Night Slimetime • ME:TV • Nick Friday Night • Nick’s New Friday Night • Nick in the Afternoon • Nickelodeon Games and Sports for Kids • NickMom • Nickel-O-Zone • NickSplat • Nick Studio 10 • NickToons Holladays • NickToons Ultrablock • • • Nick Jr. on Noggin • Nick or Treat • Saturday Morning Hang Zone with Lincoln Loud • Saturday Morning Nicktoons • SLAM! • Sizzlin’ Summer • SNICK • TEENick • TheHubbub • The N • U-Pick Friday • U-Pick Live
Worldwide Nick Hits • Nickelodeon on Alfa TV • Nickelodeon Junior

Notes

  1. ↑ Show has ended, but is currently airing reruns.
  2. Co-produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and SmartStudy. SmartStudy owns the characters and other elements in the show while ViacomCBS retains half of the show’s copyright.
  3. ↑ Nickelodeon is named in the credits, but Nickelodeon’s studios did not produce the show.
  4. ↑ This show had previously aired on the Nick Jr. block and Noggin. It premiered on the Nick Jr. Channel on its launch date, September 28, 2009.
  5. Co-produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and HIT Entertainment. Both companies co-own the copyright.
  6. Nickelodeon acquired the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise in 2009. ViacomCBS owns the copyright to both the 2012 series and Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, but not the original 1987 cartoon.
  7. Nickelodeon Animation Studio produced the Winx Club revival series, made up of seasons 5 onward, in co-development with Rainbow. ViacomCBS owns the copyright to these seasons and co-owns the Rainbow studio itself.
  8. Co-produced by Noggin LLC and Sesame Workshop. Both companies co-own the copyright.

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  46. Archived copy.

Programming[edit]

Cross-programming with other networksedit

Cross-programming is a term used in broadcast programming.

From 2000 to 2002 and from 2004 to 2006, Nick Jr. also ran a Saturday morning children’s block for CBS entitled Nick Jr. on CBS, featuring shows and interstitials from the Nick Jr. programming block. From 2002 to 2004, it was part of the general Nick on CBS block, which also included programming from the main Nickelodeon channel. The block was replaced by the KOL Secret Slumber Party block on September 16, 2006.

Spanish-language American network Telemundo has aired Blue’s Clues (from 1998 to 2000, as part of the Nickelodeon en Telemundo block) and Dora the Explorer (from 2005 to 2006, as part of the Telemundo Kids block) in Spanish. On April 5, 2008, competing Spanish network Univision added Spanish-dubbed versions of Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go! to their Saturday morning Planeta U line-up. A Spanish-dubbed version of The Backyardigans was later added to the line-up on January 8, 2011.

For a brief time in summer 2010, Tr3s, a sister network to Nickelodeon, aired a daily block of Spanish-dubbed Nick Jr. programs under the name Tr3s Jr. Shows like Pistas de Blue (the Spanish version of Blue’s Clues) and Wonder Pets! were featured in the block.

Face’s reappearancesedit

Face (the ’90s version) made an appearance during the 2012 New Year edition of The ’90s Are All That, TeenNick’s former 1990s-oriented late night block. Face’s appearances consisted of out-of-context clips that make him appear to be drunk or making adult comments (e.g.: «Yeah, grow a pair!»).

In October 2015 for the Halloween/Nick or Treat season, the «Face the Monster» bumper would play on the block as a segway of introducing episodes of Aaahh!!! Real Monsters. The same bumper would be used on the block as an April Fools Day prank on April 1, 2017.

Face also appeared in an Easter promo for The Splat, The ’90s Are All That’s successor, in 2016, encouraging viewers to look for the Easter Bunny in ’90s Nickelodeon shows.

Slogans

  • Nick Jr.’s Just for You! (September 4, 1989–May 3, 1991)
  • Nick Jr. is Here Just for You! (May 6, 1991–April 2, 1993)
  • Grow, Learn, and Play (April 5, 1993–September 2, 1994)
  • Play to Learn (September 5, 1994–August 29, 2003)
  • TV for the Next Generation (1994–1996)
  • TV Made Just for Preschoolers (1996–October 2, 1998)
  • Nick Jr. is Just for Me (October 5, 1998–August 31, 2001)
  • Nick Jr. is Where I Play to Learn (September 3, 2001–August 29, 2003)
  • Nick Jr. is Where I Play Along (September 1, 2003–October 8, 2004)
  • Love to Play (October 11, 2004–September 7, 2007)
  • Play with Us! (September 10, 2007–January 30, 2009)
  • It’s Like Preschool on TV (February 2, 2009–February 29, 2012)
  • The Smart Place to Play (March 1, 2012–December 20, 2016)
  • Ready to Play (December 21, 2016–present)

Slogans[edit]

  • Nick Jr. is Just for You! (September 4, 1989 – May 3, 1991)
  • Nick Jr. is Here Just for You! (May 6, 1991 – April 2, 1993)
  • Grow, Learn, and Play (April 5, 1993 — September 2, 1994)
  • Play to Learn (September 5, 1994 — August 29, 2003)
  • TV for the Next Generation (September 12, 1994 – September 6, 1996)
  • TV Made Just for Preschoolers (September 9, 1996 – October 2, 1998)
  • Nick Jr. is Just for Me (October 5, 1998 – August 31, 2001)
  • Nick Jr. is Where I Play to Learn (September 3, 2001 – August 29, 2003)
  • Nick Jr. is Where I Play Along (September 1, 2003 – October 8, 2004)
  • Love to Play! (October 11, 2004 – September 7, 2007)
  • Play with Us! (September 10, 2007 – January 30, 2009)
  • It’s Like Preschool on TV (September 28, 2009 — February 29, 2012)
  • The Smart Place to Play (March 1, 2012 — May 18, 2018)
  • Ready to Play! (May 21, 2018 – present)