If you’re a millennial hankering to relive your youth, or if you’re just nostalgic for the 90s, then might we suggest binge-watching some old Nickelodeon shows? But how is this possible you might be asking. It’s all thanks to the wonderful streaming platform VRV and its NickSplat channel, which will soon offer episodes from your favorite old-school Nick shows.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, NickSplat will feature:
300 episodes from the likes of ‘All That,’ ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?,’ ‘Clarissa Explains It All,’ ‘Doug,’ ‘Kenan & Kel,’ ‘Legends of the Hidden Temple’ and ‘Rocko’s Modern Life.
But that’s not all! We’ll also see episodes from other fan-favorites like “AAAHH!!! Real Monsters,” “The Angry Beavers,” “The Wild Thornberrys,” and “CatDog.” More shows are expected to be added in the coming months.
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The NickSplat channel will be available through VRV for just $6 a month. If you’re already a subscriber to VRV’s premium membership, NickSplat will be available through your bundle. VRV’s premium membership, by the way, only costs you $10 a month and also includes Crunchyroll, Funimation, Rooster Teeth, MUBI, Nerdist, and more. We feel comfortable calling that a really good value.
“VRV, with a sophisticated user base that loves the best in animation, is the perfect platform to launch our NickSplat channel,” Viacom executive Sam Cooper told THR. “Viacom’s content—including our deep library of genre-defining television—is highly in demand, and our audiences are always looking for new and innovative ways to enjoy our programming. We’re committed to finding the best partners to bring our individual brands direct to the consumer, and this relationship with VRV is an exciting step forward in our strategy.”
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This move is also notable because it’s the first time NickSplat’s offerings have been bundled together for digital distribution. Previously it was just a late-night block viewing on Nickelodeon, akin to Adult Swim on Cartoon Network.
But if you don’t want to add another subscription to your streaming bundles, don’t worry. Viacom also hinted that NickSplat could be made available on other platforms in the future.