The Nick Cannon Show

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The Nick Cannon Show
Nickcannonshowlogo.jpg
Created byNick Cannon
Directed byKyle La Vrache
StarringNick Cannon
Theme music composerNick Cannon
Deric Battiste
Opening theme"Aint No Party Like A Nick Cannon Party" performed by Autonomy
Composer(s)Craig Stuart Garfinkle
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes27
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
Production location(s)
Cinematography
  • Chris Bradley
Editor(s)
  • Frankie Le Nguyen
  • Derek Milner
Running time22 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorCBS Television Distribution
Release
Original networkNickelodeon
Picture format480i (4:3 SDTV)
Original releaseJanuary 12, 2002 (2002-01-12) –
February 22, 2003 (2003-02-22)

The Nick Cannon Show was an American television comedy spin-off of All That. It aired on Nickelodeon's SNICK block 2002–2003 along with All That, The Amanda Show and Taina. The premise of the semi-scripted show was that its star, Nick Cannon, a former cast member on All That, would come across a situation he thought needed changing and then "take over" to make things better, or at least funnier. At the end of each episode, Cannon would write "Nick Cannon Was Here" on something related to the day's episode just so he could leave his mark. It was a constant running gag. The show has yet to air on Nickelodeon or its sister networks ever again.

After production and crew changes occurred in the second season, the program suffered from low ratings and was canceled in February 2003. On November 11, 2013, iTunes release volumes 1 and 2 of The Nick Cannon Show with a total of 19 episodes.[1][2]

Guest stars on the show included Usher, Mary J. Blige, Britney Spears, Eddie Murphy, Will Smith, Willy Santos, Lil' Romeo, Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell and girl group 3LW.

Although a spin-off of All That, frequent collaborator Dan Schneider was not involved with The Nick Cannon Show.

Episode list[edit]

All episode titles begin with "Nick Takes Over" except for the very last episode.

Season 1[edit]

  1. January 12, 2002 Nick Takes Over Your Family
  2. January 19, 2002 Nick Takes Over Your School
  3. January 26, 2002 Nick Takes Over A Wedding
  4. February 2, 2002 Nick Takes Over the Rodeo
  5. February 9, 2002 Nick Takes Over Hollywood
  6. February 16, 2002 Nick Takes Over Music
  7. February 23, 2002 Nick Takes Over The Beach
  8. March 2, 2002 Nick Takes Over London
  9. March 9, 2002 Nick Takes Over Style
  10. March 16, 2002 Nick Takes Over The Military
  11. March 23, 2002 Nick Takes Over Food
  12. April 6, 2002 Nick Takes Over Baseball
  13. April 13, 2002 Nick Takes Over Nickelodeon
  14. April 20, 2002 Nick Takes Over Fitness

Season 2[edit]

15. Sept 21, 2002 Nick Takes Over The Circus @ Circus Vargas
16. Oct 5, 2002 Nick Takes Over A Zoo
17. Oct 12, 2002 Nick Takes Over The Mall
18. Nov 2, 2002 Nick Takes Over A Hospital
19. Nov 9, 2002 Nick Takes Over The Law
20. Nov 16, 2002 Nick Takes Over Space
21. Nov 23, 2002 Nick Takes Over Holidays
22. Jan 18, 2003 Nick Takes Over Transportation
23. Jan 25, 2003 Nick Takes Over A Town
24. Feb 1, 2003 Nick Takes Over Recreation
25. Feb 1, 2003 Nick Takes Over Latanya's Life
26. Feb 15, 2003 Nick Takes Over Hawaii
27. Feb 22, 2003 The Best of Nick Cannon

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Preceded by
The Brothers García
2001
Kids' Choice Awards lead-out program
The Nick Cannon Show
2002
Succeeded by
All Grown Up!
2003