• Nickelodeon Seeks Submissions for Family-Friendly TV

    by  • February 11, 2016 • Family Friendly, Television • 5 Comments

    Do you have some great ideas for family-friendly television?  If so, Nickelodeon may be interested.

    Nickelodeon is welcoming any and all to submit an original pitch for either Nick, which target boys and girls ages 6 to 11, or Nick Jr, which targets 2- to 5-year-olds.  All animation styles whether stop motion, digital 2d and mixed media are welcome.  Genre, whether comedic, action, mystery or adventure are up to you.  Pitches specific to Nick Jr. should come from a child’s POV, and focus on science, technology, and/or family for a preschool audience.

    A couple of things they’re looking for:

    • Animated shorts that are 2 to 3 minutes in length
    • Strong, relatable characters

    To submit your idea go to: http://viasignup.viacom.com/AnimatedPitches/Pages/Welcome.aspx

     

     

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    5 Responses to Nickelodeon Seeks Submissions for Family-Friendly TV

    1. Enigmatis
      February 22, 2016 at 5:41 pm

      Proof that Nickelodeon is far better than Disney.

      • gavin
        September 25, 2016 at 5:22 am

        i want to star in my own show ghosthunters

    2. Jasmin
      April 1, 2017 at 5:20 pm

      On Henry Danger Schwoz or Ray should have niece come to live with them. Henry likes her then starts to hate her then dates her. She also has the same power as henry. Soon she becomes Girl Danger and helps Captain Man and Kid Danger. In one episode she gets taken by a villain who loves water. So Captin Man and Kid Danger have to save her. She is trapped in a ball that fills with water every couple of minutes. She almost dies. Then Kid danger saves her by busting the tube. Then soon you create more seansons with her in it.
      Ps. I would like to addition for Girl Danger

    3. Kadee
      May 25, 2017 at 1:55 pm

      My pitch is for Henry Danger.

      A new superhero comes to Swellveiw (named the Cyclone) and is taking all the super villains away from Cpt. Man, being upset he sends out Henry to go and confront him. He comes to a rooftop and sees Cyclone in the middle of a battle with someone, and he decides to help. Fighting off the villain together, and then finally defeating him, Henry then confronts Cyclone saying that this is his town, Cyclone replays with, “Not anymore”, they begin to battle each other, (Cyclone wears a supersuit, and therefore having much strength along with other abilities) neither one winning or the other, it looks like Cyclone is about to win, when he says, “Who ever heard of a surferhero with no powers?!” Henry response, “Bit that’s just it!” He runs over to the other side of the roof escaping Cyclone’s grasp, and flips him onto his back, Cyclone passes out, and Henry says, “I do have super powers.”
      He then decides to find out who the real Cyclone is, so he carefully removes Cyclones mask, revealing the he is in fact not a he, but a she. Cyclone was a girl. Taken back, as Henry is astonishing, Cyclone wakes up suddenly, bolts up, pushing Henry off of her, runs to the side of the roof, looks back, and puts her helmet back on, and then jumps of the roof and flys away.

      If you like my ideas for this episode, and would like to know more, please email me.
      And if not, thank you for reading anyways!

      Thanks for your consideration!

      -Kadee

    4. Alice Beckstrom
      October 23, 2017 at 11:50 pm

      I have an idea for a show that would change the hearts of parents and children around the world! Featuring; Mike the mower, Holly the hedge trimmers, Cindy the loppers, carlitta the clippers, Bob the blower, Travis the tractor, and polly the polesaw; starring Little Laynie! It takes place in Lovetown. If you can imagine a world where kids and parents could learn to care for their elders, have compassion for those less fortunate, give purpose to those seemingly forgotten, and have fun while becoming better people; then please contact me at 904-382-9757! THANK YOU for the opportunity to possibly help change our world for future generations!

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