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aqsmorningview
seeing that they have you cant do that on tv, weinerville, salute your shorts and welcome freshmen which were some of my favorite shows back in the day I am super excited for the Splat. They are also airing Pete and Pete but I already own that on dvd.The only show I don't see them airing yet is Kablam.
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Vaporman87
Maybe they'll air full Pete and Pete episodes at a later date.
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AngelOtter
If they do eventually make this a channel it would tempt me into getting cable again. Right now I only have Netflix and Hulu, and some of the older shows are on there. Still it's nice to see that they are bringing some of them back, and I'm planning on sneaking over to my mother in law's house to watch it 
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Mr Magic
This programming block should be shown during the day. All the modern stuff can wait.
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ThatDudeintheHoodie
blueluigi wrote :

Well, today was the first day it started... and it's was awesome. The first two episodes of You Can't Do That on Television was shown tonight. The only other time I actually saw that on TV was during a 2004 anniversary airing.

The only complaint I currently have is how they said that The Adventures of Pete and Pete was supposed to air tonight. Well, they did show Pete and Pete... but only the shorts. Seems they still have some of the previous block's old habit of teasing the fans. That, and the fact that some shows come on 10 minutes after their scheduled to come on.
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This week they are doing first episodes in celebration of the premiere. So they probably will show full episodes in the near future. 
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Mr Magic
It's Snick night on The Splat.

A block of shows seen on Snick in the old days.
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ThatDudeintheHoodie
That's all this month because it's Snick's 25th anniversary....... I may have to write about it again. 
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blueluigi
NickSplat has done what I never thought they would do... launch a streaming channel. More specifically, one on VRV.


And so far, the selection they have is way better than same three shows that airs on the actual block. A nice variety of not just Nicktoons, but even live-action shows such as Clarissa Explains it All, Are You Afraid of the Dark, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, GUTS, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and others.

I was also pleasantly surprised to see KaBlam listed on there. Though, that seems to be only a limited number of episodes from Season 1. That's probably due to copyright issues, especially since some of the unlisted episodes featured Angela Anaconda.
And since VRV is a streaming service designed for fans of anime and video games, what better addition for that than Nick Arcade.

 
Of course, as somebody who has followed NickSplat/The Splat/The 90s are All That throughout the past 7 years of the TV block's existence, I'm not entirely drinking the NickSplat VRV Kool-aid just yet, as there are still a few downsides to this streaming service. The main thing is that all of the shows posted only has about the first season or so listed. My guess is that they might do sort of what Boomerang does with their streaming service, where they would add more shows and episodes gradually every week. We'll have to wait and see with this. Also, a lot of the shows, such as Nick Arcade and Salute Your Shorts, mostly has episodes released on iTunes, and others are out on DVD. So the incentive of subscribing to this is not quite there yet. Then again, it is $5.99 a month (or $9.99 for all of VRV), so that would be up to you to decide if it's worth it. One thing's for sure, at least it's more affordable then paying for whichever cable subscription carried Teennick.
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Benjanime
so, aside from the new streaming service is anyone else bummed out by the wait for that rocko movie?
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ThatDudeintheHoodie
blueluigi wrote :

NickSplat has done what I never thought they would do... launch a streaming channel. More specifically, one on VRV.


And so far, the selection they have is way better than same three shows that airs on the actual block. A nice variety of not just Nicktoons, but even live-action shows such as Clarissa Explains it All, Are You Afraid of the Dark, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, GUTS, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and others.

I was also pleasantly surprised to see KaBlam listed on there. Though, that seems to be only a limited number of episodes from Season 1. That's probably due to copyright issues, especially since some of the unlisted episodes featured Angela Anaconda.
And since VRV is a streaming service designed for fans of anime and video games, what better addition for that than Nick Arcade.

 
Of course, as somebody who has followed NickSplat/The Splat/The 90s are All That throughout the past 7 years of the TV block's existence, I'm not entirely drinking the NickSplat VRV Kool-aid just yet, as there are still a few downsides to this streaming service. The main thing is that all of the shows posted only has about the first season or so listed. My guess is that they might do sort of what Boomerang does with their streaming service, where they would add more shows and episodes gradually every week. We'll have to wait and see with this. Also, a lot of the shows, such as Nick Arcade and Salute Your Shorts, mostly has episodes released on iTunes, and others are out on DVD. So the incentive of subscribing to this is not quite there yet. Then again, it is $5.99 a month (or $9.99 for all of VRV), so that would be up to you to decide if it's worth it. One thing's for sure, at least it's more affordable then paying for whichever cable subscription carried Teennick.
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