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Nickelodeon Names Jenny Wall As Cmo, Eryk Casemiro Svp Of Preschool

As the makeover of Nickelodeon continues, two key executive hires have been announced. Jenny Wall is joining the Viacom-owned network as Chief Marketing Officer and Eryk Casemiro as Svp of Nickelodeon Preschool.

As Cmo, Wall will be responsible for all on and off-air consumer marketing, brand creative and content launches across all of the network’s platforms. That roster includes digital, social and direct-to-consumer, including Nicktoons, TeenNick, Nick at Nite and Noggin. She will report to Nickelodeon chief Brian Robbins and be based in New York.

“Jenny is a dynamic innovator who knows how to create cultural moments that connect content and audiences,” Robbins said. “As Nickelodeon focuses its efforts to expanding onto new platforms and building our audience, Jenny’s creative instincts and strategic planning will further add to our momentum.”

As head of the preschool division, Casemiro will spearhead preschool production and development across all formats and platforms spanning digital,
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‘Splitting Up Together’ Creator Emily Kapnek Inks Overall Deal at ABC Studios (Exclusive)

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‘Splitting Up Together’ Creator Emily Kapnek Inks Overall Deal at ABC Studios (Exclusive)
Writer and producer Emily Kapnek has signed a three-year overall deal at ABC Studios, Variety has learned exclusively.

Kapnek most recently developed the ABC single-cam comedy series “Splitting Up Together,” which is based on the Danish series “Bedre skilt end aldrig.” She was previously under an overall deal at Warner Bros. Television, which produces “Splitting Up Together.”

“For so many reasons, this move is the natural choice for me,” Kapnek said. “I’m thrilled to be joining Patrick Moran, Amy Hartwick and the rest of the ABC Studios team in this exciting new chapter. I look forward to branching out creatively– both in the one hour and cable/streaming space– as well as revisiting my early roots in animation.”

Under her new deal, Kapnek will create new projects as well as supervise and produce projects from other writers and creators under her Piece of The Pie banner with a new
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The Internet Is Dragging Bow Wow Over His Private Jet Instagram

The Internet Is Dragging Bow Wow Over His Private Jet Instagram
Out of Bow Wow’s baller faux pas has risen Twitter’s latest challenge.

On Monday, Bow Wow, a.k.a. Shad Moss, shared a photo of a private jet to document his trip to New York for Growing Up Hip Hop press. However, things took a funny turn when someone spotted Bow Wow on their flight to NYC and exposed the entertainer for lying about his means of travel.

Lmfaooooo who's mans is this @smoss?!

— Osama Bin Drinkin'
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I Went to Kylie Jenner’s NYC Pop-Up Shop and Saw Everything, from the Three-Day Lines to King Kylie’s Belated (but Bonkers) Arrival!

I Went to Kylie Jenner’s NYC Pop-Up Shop and Saw Everything, from the Three-Day Lines to King Kylie’s Belated (but Bonkers) Arrival!
When Kylie Jenner announced she would be opening her second limited pop-up shop in New York City, I knew I had to check it out. And when someone from the PeopleStyle team needed to cover the grand opening, I was the first to volunteer myself as tribute.

The pop-up shop, which is located at 27 Mercer Street in Soho, officially opened its doors to King Kylie’s loyal fans — some of whom traveled from as far as Las Vegas to see her and shop her makeup and clothing lines in person (not to mention get a coveted Instagram photo of the
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Beth Howland, Vera on Alice, Passes Away at 74

Beth Howland, Vera on Alice, Passes Away at 74
2016 has not been an easy year for the entertainment industry, with icons like David Bowie, Prince, Alan Rickman and many more passing away over the past few months. Today we have word that the film and TV industry has lost another one of its own. Although this death actually happened at the very end of last year. Actress Beth Howland, who starred in the hit 1970s TV series Alice, passed away in Santa Monica, California, on December 31, 2015.

The Associated Press broke the news of the actress' death, which was confirmed by her husband, actor Charles Kimbrough. The late actress' husband revealed that there was no public announcement, funeral or memorial service, because "that was her choice." It isn't known how long the actress was suffering from lung cancer.

Beth Howland was born May 28, 1941 in Boston, and began her acting career at a fairly early age. After graduating from high school
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L.A. Law's Larry Drake Dead at 66

L.A. Law's Larry Drake Dead at 66
Larry Drake, winner of two Primetime Emmy Awards for his work on NBC’s L.A. Law, died Thursday in Los Angeles at the age of 66.

Though an exact cause of death has not yet been released, TMZ reports that Drake was discovered in his home by a friend; paramedics were called and Drake was pronounced dead at the scene.

From 1987 to 1994, Drake portrayed mentally disabled office clerk Benny Stulwicz on L.A. Law, an unforgettable character who earned him back-to-back Emmy Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in 1988 and 1989. The role also earned Drake three Golden Globe nominations
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As Told By Ginger: Reboot Not Happening After All

Ginger ain't talking, at least not yet. A revival of the cancelled As Told by Ginger TV series is not currently in the works at Nickelodeon, even though it arguably should be. The show was noted for its continuity, character development, and wardrobe changes not common to animation.

The original As Told by Ginger cartoon ran for three seasons. A Nickelodeon source tells Fuse: "As much as we love As Told By Ginger, there are no immediate plans for a reboot at this time. There is no validity to the MoviePilot story."

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As Told by Ginger: Nickelodeon Series Revival Rumored

Ginger should tell us, herself. reported that Nickelodeon is reviving the animated As Told by Ginger TV series. The story claimed to have been an exclusive with Russell Hicks, Nickelodeon Group President for Content Development and Production, and Chris Viscardi, Senior Vice President, Content Development at Nickelodeon Franchise Properties.

Update: We are sorry to report that, per Nick, there is no validity to this rumor.

Although widely circulated and seemingly legitimate, has taken down the original piece. It quotes Hicks as saying, "Kids who grew up on these characters are now of the age that they are having kids and families themselves.” Reportedly, series creator Emily Kapnek is on board as Ep. It is possible published, ahead of the getting the green light from Nick. It is also possible it is a hoax.

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‘Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan Joins ABC Comedy Pilot ‘Selfie’

Despite Suburgatory‘s third season not doing very well, or perhaps in spite of it, ABC greenlit a new comedy pilot from Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek about a month ago. With the pickup, Selfie, along with Damaged Goods from Awkward creator Lauren Iungerich, joined the network’s list of 11 comedy pilots awaiting a series order in May.

Now the next step is finally in place, as Kapnek’s thing for redheads (see Suburgatory’s Jane Levy and the animated series As Told by Ginger) has reared its head yet again. Karen Gillan – who last graced our TV screens on Adult Swim’s Ntsf:sd:suv and as Doctor Who‘s companion Amy Pond – has signed on to star as the female ...

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Kate Nash's favourite TV

The singer-songwriter on the shows that are great and those that grate

Unmissable show?

The Walking Dead is my show. I download it from iTunes so that I can watch it the second it comes out. It's a show that I've got really involved in, emotionally.

Bring back…

As Told By Ginger. It was a cartoon about a ginger girl with braces, which was probably why I related to it. She was a cool, nerdy girl. It was one of those smart cartoons. Sabrina The Teenage Witch – that was one of my faves as well.

First telly memory?

I remember this really weird TV show. It was this trippy-as-fuck owl teaching you the alphabet or something. I've spent years trying to figure out what that show was… [We think that Kate might be referring to kids' TV series Look And Read]. There were so many weird shows when we were younger. Clangers. Button Moon. The Moomins. All very weird, but very cool too.

TV turn-off?
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Stream classic Nickelodeon shows from the '90s on Nick Reboot

Attention, children of the '90s: The Internet has provided us with yet another way to relive our childhoods, and this one's even cooler than nostalgia programming blocks on Nick at Nite: Nick Reboot, a new website that's livestreaming vintage Nickelodeon shows -- commercials included! -- for your viewing pleasure.

The shows logged on the site originally aired between the early '90s and the early '00s, so there's a wide range of programming to be had. There's "Roundhouse," "You Can't Do That on Television," and "Finders Keepers" on one end, and "The Fairly Odd Parents," "As Told By Ginger," and "The Wild Thornberrys" on the other.

It's a particularly great resource for shows like "The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo," "Space Cases," "What Would You Do?" or "The Secret Word of Alex Mack," beloved shows that haven't aired anywhere recently and are hard to find on DVD. There's
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1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)

1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school.

Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough.

Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.)

1. Scrunchies

2. "The Wild Thornberries"

3. Dawson and Joey

4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys"

5. Mr. Feeny

7. MTV playing music videos

8. Snick

9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks"

10. Levar Burton

11. "Daria"

12. "Arthur"

13. "The Powerpuff Girls"

14. "Smart Guy"

15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings

16. "The X-Files"

17. Rosie O'Donnell

18. Bill Nye

19. "Dawson's Creek"

20. The Mighty Ducks"

21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark"

22. Cornholio

23. Rachel Green

24. Tim Allen

25. "All That"

26. "Beverly Hills 90210"

27. "Step by Step"

28. "The Ren & Stimpy Show"

29. "The Famous Jett Jackson"

30. "Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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ABC's 'Suburgatory' Boss Emily Kapnek Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV

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ABC's 'Suburgatory' Boss Emily Kapnek Signs Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV
Warner Bros. Television has just locked in the talented showrunner for its ABC comedy, "Suburgatory." Emily Kapnek has inked a two-year overall deal with the studio, TheWrap confirms. Under the pact, she will continue on in her post as "Suburgatory's" showrunner. Additionally, she'll develop new projects for the studio. Aside from "Suburgatory," Kapnek's producing credits include NBC's "Parks and Recreation," HBO's "Hung," and The CW's "Aliens in America." She has also been nominated for three Emmys for writing on the animated Nickelodeon show, "As Told by Ginger," which debuted in 2003 and aired
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'Suburgatory' review: Angsty, smart and off to a good start

On Wednesday (Sept. 28), "Suburgatory" joins ABC's family-focused line-up as a sort of bridge between "The Middle" and "Modern Family," but where the established shows are straight-forward comedic takes on family life, "Suburgatory" takes a different tack: It delivers laughs, for sure, but with a brainy, subversive and sometimes absurdist edge.

Jeremy Sisto ("Law & Order") stars as George Altman, an architect who gets spooked when he finds a box of condoms in teenaged daughter Tessa's (Jane Levy) room and uproots her to live in a generic suburb.

Tessa is a Juno-like home-skillet (apologies to folks who haven't seen "Juno") who -- though she doesn't have Diablo Cody writing for her -- does have Emmy-nominated writer Emily Kapnek ("Hung," "Parks and Recreation," "As Told By Ginger") to deliver sharp dialogue and give the show a forward motion that keeps us interested in these people and their somewhat inane existence. And, having grown up in suburbia ourselves,
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'SpongeBob' gets Season 9, blows all previous Nickelodeon cartoons out of the water

If you've moved on from adolescence at any point in the last 11 years and don't have any children of your own, it may surprise you to know that Nickelodeon's "SpongeBob, SquarePants" is still on the air.

After debuting back in 1999, the cartoon about a naive, possibly gay sea creature remains the network's highest rated animated series. And Deadline reports that its just been given the green light on a ninth season.

This next batch of 26 episodes, set to debut sometime in 2012, will push the series over the 200-episode mark. It's quite a feat on its own, but when you look at how long other iconic "Nicktoons" lasted, its even more impressive.

Here's how "SpongeBob" stacks up:

1. "SpongeBob, SquarePants" (1999 - present)

When it completes Season 9, the "SpongeBob" episode count will stand at 204 -- and that doesn't even include the movies or specials.

2. "Rugrats" (1991-2004)

 Nickelodeon's longest-running cartoon (at least in age
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