TeenNick (UK and Ireland)

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TeenNick
TeenNick logo 2009.svg
Premiered 20 July 2009
Closed August 2010
Channel Nickelodeon
Origin United Kingdom
Parent MTV Networks (Viacom)
Runtime 2-3 hours

TeenNick was the evening block of Nickelodeon UK from 20 July 2009 until August 2010. It was hosted by Olly Murray and Nathan A. Thomas. Olly Murray launched TeenNick solely and various Nickelodeon stars (for example Miranda Cosgrove) occasional took co-host spaces. TeenNick varied programmes (see below) for teenagers and below and has often had interviews, singers and chats with the hosts. However, the programming is retained in the block with the Nickname. The block ended suddenly in August 2010 without notice. According to Nickelodeon on their official Twitter page, there is no plans at the moment to bring back TeenNick.

TeenNick logo used from 2009 to 2010.

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Like Nicktoons, the logo is not the same colour as the logo used in the United States - the word 'Teen' is white and the 'Nick' is orange.

Big Thursday[edit]

Big Thursday was a programming block in March 2010 on Thursdays that aired new episodes of iCarly, True Jackson, VP, The Troop and Big Time Rush in the future. It also aired the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards on April 1. It aired from 4:55pm to 6:30pm. Nickelodeon recently moved new episodes to Fridays. Now Nickelodeon shows new episodes on either Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Saturday. Never Tuesday or Thursday unless it's a premiere week.

Shows (as of August 2010)[edit]

Former shows[edit]

Specials[edit]

  • H2O Takeover
  • iCarly Superfan Week

Programming block[edit]

Although the block is no longer shown, Nickelodeon (UK & Ireland) shows some shows like iCarly, Victorious and Life With Boys at the time TeenNick was on on weekdays, and on weekends You Gotta See This, Supah Ninjas, iCarly, Big Time Rush, Life With Boys and Victorious are shown.

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