Schneider's Bakery

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Schneider's Bakery
Type Television production
Genre Sitcom
Founded 2003
Founder(s) Dan Schneider
Headquarters Los Angeles, United States
Area served Worldwide
Products Television series
Television films
Owner(s) Dan Schneider
Website danschneider.com danwarp.blogspot.com

Schneider's Bakery, Inc. is a television production company founded by Dan Schneider.

Series produced under the Schneider's Bakery banner are noted for using the same stable of writers on all series, something that is atypical for scripted television series and especially sitcoms that are created by the same writer; staff writers working for most of Schneider's series include Andrew Hill Newman, George Doty IV and Jake Farrow among others. Directors Steve Hoefer and Russ Reinsel also work for the company directing many episodes under the company banner. Musicians Backhouse Mike and C.J. Abraham are largely responsible for the music on the shows. Background music selected by the crew of Schneider's Bakery includes such musicians as The Orion Experience, Jennifer McNutt, and AM, whose popularity exploded when the song "Running Away" was played during the iCarly episode "iKiss," although it was virtually overlooked when played during the Zoey 101 episode "Robot Wars".

The company's production logo features a green and white oven which opens up revealing the company name in a 1950s-style font and in orange with the "Y" extending with a filmstrip on the end followed by Dan Schneider's own voice-over saying "MMM!" The oven is similar to the one on the set of iCarly. Since the iCarly episode "iMake Sam Girlier," Schneider's Bakery's production logo has included the word "DANWARP" below the oven, referencing Dan Schneider's online identity.[1] "Danwarp" is used for Schneider's Twitter, Facebook, Blogger, YouTube, and TV.com accounts, giving updates on his productions.

Shows[edit]

Show Years Aired Years in Production # of episodes Produced Status Logo
Drake & Josh1 2004–2007 2003–2006 60 Ended Yes
All That2 1994–2005 1993–2004 183 Ended Yes3
Zoey 101 2005–2008 2004–2007 66 Ended Yes
iCarly 2007–2012 2007-2012 109 Ended Yes
Victorious 2010–2013 2009–2012 60 Ended Yes
Sam & Cat4 2013-2014 2012–2014 35(33 aired) Ending Yes
Henry Danger 2014-present 2013-present 20(0 aired) Upcoming Yes

1First series produced by the company.
2Only the tenth and final season produced by the company.
3Final season only.
4First to be shot while leading actors are already on a different project.

TV films and specials[edit]

Title Produced Air Date Notes Viewers
Drake & Josh
Drake & Josh Go Hollywood August/September 2005 January 2006 Hour and a half official movie / Three separate episodes 5.8 million
Really Big Shrimp July 2006 August 2007 One hour episode / Two separate episodes / Series finale 6.0 million
Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh July 2008 December 2008 Two hour official movie 8.1 million
All That
All That 10th Anniversary Reunion Special 2005 April 2005 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 6.2 million
Zoey 101
Spring Break-Up 2005 March 2006 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 5.1 million
The Curse of PCA 2006 October 2007 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 3.5 million [2]
Goodbye Zoey? 2007 January 2008 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 7.2 million
Chasing Zoey August 2007 May 2008 One hour episode / Two separate episodes / Series finale 5.4 million [3]
iCarly
iGo to Japan April 2008 November 2008 Hour and a half episode / Three separate episodes 7.6 million
iDate a Bad Boy October 2008/January 2009 May 2009 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 7.1 million
iFight Shelby Marx November/December 2008 August 2009 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 7.9 million
iQuit iCarly May 2009 December 2009 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 8.9 million
iPsycho August 2009 June 2010 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 8.3 million
iStart a Fan War August 2010 November 2010 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 5.0 million
iParty with Victorious August/September 2010 June 2011 Hour and a half episode / Three separate episodes 7.3 million
iStill Psycho June/July 2011 December 2011 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 5.5 million
iShock America May 2012 October 2012 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 3.6 million
iGoodbye June 2012 November 2012 One hour episode / Two separate episodes / Series finale 6.4 million
Victorious
Freak the Freak Out April 2010 November 2010 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 5.2 million
Locked Up November 2010 July 2011 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 5.2 million
Tori Goes Platinum March 2012 May 2012 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 3.8 million
Sam & Cat
#TheGreatTunaJump October 2013 January 2014 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 4.8 million
#SuperPsycho February 2014 March 2014 One hour episode / Two separate episodes 4.0 million

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