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Nickelodeon and WowWee Release Digital-First Content

Nickelodeon Digital Studios is putting a spin on WowWee’s “My Squishy Little Dumplings” by re-imaging them as a K-Pop group called “The Squish,” that makes S-Pop music.

“Kids and families from all over the world will adore ‘My Squishy Little Dumplings,’ the same way we do,” says Ashley Kaplan, senior vice president, digital studios, Nickelodeon. “We are so excited to create an environment where these characters can evolve and thrive, and kids can fall in love with them in a whole new way.”

The new content had a launch day on Aug. 13 called “Dumpling Day,” with a new music video on Nickelodeon’s and Nick Jr’s YouTube channel. The song, entitled “Can You Resist the Squish?” focuses on the personalities of Doe, Dip, Dee and Dot.

Along with the video, more music videos, behind-the-scenes content and videos from “The House Party” Tour can be found on Nickelodeon's YouTube channel throughout the year.

“When WowWee first showed us My Squishy Little Dumplings, we immediately knew these fun, surprising and loveable characters were a natural fit for the Nickelodeon portfolio,” said Jamie Drew, senior vice president, strategic partnerships and Americas licensing, ViacomCBS. “We’re thrilled to work with such a creative and innovative partner to launch this digital-first execution.

“We know kids everywhere are going to love the ‘My Squishy Little Dumplings’ digital content on Nickelodeon’s digital platforms just as much as we do,” says Sydney Wiseman, vice president, brand development & creative strategy, WowWee. “Nickelodeon is the perfect partner for us to bring the Dumplings into this next phase of fandom around the world.”

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Nick Rocks

Nick Rocks: Video to Go
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Presented by"Joe from Chicago"
Theme music composerEdd Kalehoff
Country of originUnited States
ProducerAndy Bamberger
EditorCharles Weissman
Running time30 minutes
Original networkNickelodeon
Original release1984 (1984) –
1989 (1989)

Nick Rocks: Video to Go, usually shortened to Nick Rocks, was a music video television series that aired on American cable channel Nickelodeon from 1984 to 1989. It featured pop and rock music videos over a 30-minute timeframe, presented in a countdown format. The show was typically hosted by a man identified on-air as "Joe from Chicago". Most episodes feature Joe traveling to various locations to hear viewers request specific music videos. Several guest hosts were featured over the program's run, such as The Monkees and They Might Be Giants.

Music videos played on the show were decided using request letters sent in by viewers. In 1987, five to six thousand requests were received weekly.[1] Many musical guests on Nick Rocks were also seen on Nickelodeon sister channel MTV at the time; according to Nickelodeon president Geraldine Laybourne, MTV executives assisted in finding talent for the program.[2]


Upon the series' premiere in 1984, representatives for Nickelodeon's parent company Warner-Amex addressed concerns that the program would show "indecent" music videos like sister network MTV. Warner-Amex's Margaret Wade told Newsweek that schedulers would be "meticulous" in choosing what to show on Nick Rocks.[3]

Nick Rocks was initially broadcast three times a week until July 1984, when it became part of Nickelodeon's daily rotation.[3] In 1987, The Monkees became involved in a dispute with their supporters at MTV, causing MTV to pull the group's videos; as a result, "The Monkees" videos were transferred to Nick Rocks. The band's "Heart and Soul" music video was voted by Nick Rocks viewers to be their favorite 1987 music video.[4] Despite heavy promotion on Nickelodeon, the founders of the Monkees' label RhinoRecords felt that the transition from MTV to Nickelodeon was a reason behind the commercial failure of the Monkees' album Pool It!.[4]

Nickelodeon launched several promotional events in support of Nick Rocks. In 1984, a musical presentation called "Nick Night" was staged at New York's Nassau Coliseum to advertise the series.[5] In 1987, the network held the "Jet for a Day" sweepstakes, with the prize being a role on Nick Rocks and tickets to a The Jets concert.[6] After production on Nick Rocks ended, Nickelodeon incorporated past episodes into a three-hour variety show known as Total Panic.[7] The program aired on Sunday mornings in 1989 and was produced by Andy Bamberger, who also produced Nick Rocks.


Nickelodeon staff distributed Nick Rocks merchandise, including buttons and decals, at the "Nick Night" event in 1984.[5] 1990 issues of Nickelodeon Magazine, sold exclusively at Pizza Hut restaurants, featured pop culture quizzes based on rerunning Nick Rocks episodes.[8] While Nick Rocks was never released on home video while running, an episode of Nick Rocks starring They Might Be Giants is included as a bonus feature on the DVD release of the band's 2003 film, Gigantic: A Tale of Two Johns.[9]

Nick Jr. Rocks[edit]

Nick Jr. Rockstitle card.

A spin-off geared towards preschool viewers, titled Nick Jr. Rocks, premiered as part of Nickelodeon's Nick Jr. block in October 1991.[10] The series was produced by actress Shelley Duvall and initially ran for five minutes at a time. Differently from its predecessor, Nick Jr. Rocks featured original music videos created specifically for the program.[11][12] According to a 1991 interview with Duvall, Nickelodeon offered her as much airtime as she wanted for the series; as a result, Nick Jr. Rocks had no permanent position on the network's lineup.[13]


  1. ^Vare, Ethlie Ann (December 13, 1987). "What do kids watch?". Index-Journal. Greenwood, South Carolina.
  2. ^Brennan, Patricia (September 25, 1988). "The kids' channel that 'Double Dares' to be different". The Washington Post. Nash Holdings LLC.
  3. ^ ab"Tuning in on kiddie videos". Newsweek. Vol. 103. The Washington Post Company. April 16, 1984.
  4. ^ abBronson, Harold (October 22, 2013). The Rhino Records Story. ISBN .
  5. ^ ab"Cable Vision: Regional Report". Cable Vision. Vol. 9. Cahners Business. 1984.
  6. ^Mikle, Jean (October 14, 1987). "Teen wins chance to appear on TV with pop music group". Asbury Park Press.
  7. ^Hinman, Catherine (June 11, 1989). "The Kid's-eye View at Nickelodeon". Orlando Sentinel. Tribune Publishing.
  8. ^"Now you can have Nickelodeon anywhere". Boys' Life. Boy Scouts of America. July 1990.
  9. ^Schabe, Patrick (December 4, 2003). "And What Are We Gonna Do Unless They Are?". PopMatters.
  10. ^Kort, Michele (December 15, 1991). "Shelley Duvall grows up". The Los Angeles Times.
  11. ^MacMinn, Aleene (March 12, 1991). "Television/video: Nick Jr. Rocks". The Los Angeles Times.
  12. ^"Nickelodeon orders kiddie music videos that will be aimed at 2- to 6-year-old set". The Courier-Journal. March 31, 1991.
  13. ^Schwartz, Jerry (April 30, 1991). "Actress Shelley Duvall believes television can become an educational tool for kids". The San Bernardino Sun.
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Eva (Video Oficial) | Club 57 | Nickelodeon en Español

Cuando JJ piensa en Eva el tiempo se detiene… ¡literalmente! Awww, definitivamente JJ gana el premio al novio más tierno de todos. No te pierdas el video musical de “Eva”.

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About Summer Music Video Maker Game

Don't miss out on the Summer Music Video Maker game if you are a Nickelodeon fan who also enjoys rocking out to the latest hits! Is there anything more fun than blasting your favorite song and dancing to the music video on the first day of summer? Now you can enjoy this experience at any time, joined by the heroes of your favorite animated series!

Are you looking forward to a fun hang out with SpongeBob or the funky brothers from The Loud House? You can even meet some of the characters from the best live-action series on Nickelodeon. Doesn't that sound like a lot of fun?

The game consists of a simple quiz that you need to go through. You're only four questions away from completing your custom jam. Depending on your choices, it will generate an awesome music video that fits your preferences. Are you ready to start rocking out to it? 

How to play the game

Thankfully, you don't need to be a talented musician, a producer, or a video editor to create a cool music video using this game. All you need to do is use your mouse! Click on the options that appeal to you most and watch what happens. It's so fun and easy!

To begin with, you will need to pick out three of your favorite activities to do in summer. There are so many options! Maybe you like to stay out late, go hiking, or join your friends on a cool road trip. What about some of your favorite summer foods? Barbeque and icecream are just a few of the delicious items you can pick.

Are you ready to pick out a song? There are eight 15 second clips you can use for your creation. Which one fits your style better? You can even pick out some of the iconic theme songs from series such as SpongeBob or The Loud House. Besides, there are some more fresh and funky summer tunes. No matter the time of the year, they will transport you to those hot and fun-filled days! 

What else you should know

Are you ready to add some fun special effects? They add visual interest and extra flavor to any video creation. Which one of the ten elements do you like better? The butterflies will add elegance, while bubbles or cacti will make your clip quite silly but very entertaining. Pick one!

The last step of this creative process is picking out a fun name for your jam. Can you pick out a cool combo of an adjective and a noun? The preset options are so cool and varied! You're bound to find something you'll like! 

I hope you are ready to rock! Admire your customized music video and show it to your friends! Who knows? Maybe you'll even start a summer party together, joined by the heroes of the Nickelodeon series!

If you enjoy playing Summer Music Video Maker, you might be excited to find out that there are 338 more Nickelodeon games you can try! The most popular is Dark Horizons, and the most recently added is Robin Hood the Clean


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