Netflix and Nickelodeon have announced, amid the launch of Disney+, the expansion of their relationship to continue developing series and movies based on Nick’s classic and new characters, according to Variety.
In August, thanks to the agreement between both companies, and of course, also to the damn nostalgia, we could see again the beloved old Nickelodeon series. Now, the first new shows we expect to see on the platform is The Loud House and Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Nickelodeon has generated dozens of characters that children love, and we hope to tell original stories that are imagined and expanded into the worlds they inhabit,” she said. “We are delighted to continue collaborating with Brian Robbins, Ramsey Naito and the Nickelodeon creative team in new ways as we seek to find new voices and bring bold stories to our global audience on Netflix – Melissa Cobb, Vice president of animation, Netflix
This agreement between Netflix and Nickelodeon is, of course, a response to the decline of pay-TV regarding the growing number of subscribers presenting on the streaming services every day.
Nickelodeon’s next step is to continue expanding beyond linear platforms, and our broader content partnership with Netflix is a key path to that goal – Brian Robbins, President, Nickelodeon
The list of animated projects that will be part of the Netflix catalog in the remainder of the year are Klaus by Sergio Pablos; Dino Girl Dauko; I Lost My Body by Jeremy Clapin, and Fast & Furious Spy Racers from DreamWorks.