You must have heard about how cutting the cord will be the new norm and cable TV platforms will be nothing but a thing of the past. However, Spectrum with its TV offerings and packages keeps proving many cord-cutters wrong.
Spectrum TV stands with over 160 TV channels in its glorious lineup encompassing everything from entertainment, sports, reality shows, news networks, etc. So, what is on the Spectrum TV channel menu that is for children, teens, young adults and families alike? It’s Nickelodeon. Millennials grew up watching Nickelodeon classics and the channel is still catering to the newest generation, Gen-Z.
Spectrum currently serves 41 states nationwide. So if you have subscribed to Spectrum TV with hopes to watch what is hyping on your old’ childhood favorite Nickelodeon then you’re in luck.
The channel number of Nickelodeon on Spectrum varies from area to area. To check the channel number at your home, go to the Spectrum On-screen channel guide or seek help from your voice remote.
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The channel emerged in 1977 and despite all the variations it faced and the ownerships that tossed it around, Nickelodeon has stayed true to its roots. It is still primarily a channel for children’s animated cartoons, live-action series, game shows and even airs educational content.
Over the years, Nickelodeon has built its empire as one of the biggest children’s networks in not only the U.S. but also on an international level. It is no wonder Nickelodeon is available to 87 million households in the U.S. and the figures are only likely to increase.
Nickelodeon even has a range of sister channels that are readily available on Spectrum TV lineup. Here are the ones:
Nick Jr on Spectrum? You bet it is! The channel is a pay television network and caters to the younger audience (ages between 2 and 7 years) of the Nickelodeon platform. The content programmed on Nick Jr. is carefully curated so children are not exposed to any crude and profane vocabulary and elements. There is also a programming block dedicated to Nick Jr. on Nickelodeon that airs shows on Monday-Friday (8:30 A.M – 2:00 P.M) Eastern and Pacific Time.
Now this one is for young adults, children, and budding teens alike. While the network caters to children aged between 6 and 12 years, Nicktoons airs original animated content from its sister network Nickelodeon and is for the Gen Z-ers and Millennials alike.
The platform is even known for airing repeat episodes of animated series that are no longer aired on Nickelodeon. Some notable titles include Rugrats, Doug, The Angry Beavers, Hey Arnold! and CatDog!
This Pay Television Network entirely targets young adults. The channel does not air any TeenNick original shows, rather the programming schedule consists of Nickelodeon series that are either no longer airing or the ones that were abandoned by Nickelodeon. That is not all. TeenNick also airs acquired programs such as sitcoms and drama series, in turn, giving a green light to mild crude and profane content.
The last Pay Television Network affiliated with Nickelodeon is NickMusic. The channel is relatively new and surfaced in September 2016. NickMusic primarily focuses on music videos and music shows that feature budding artists. The theme, however, is intended to fit the demographics set for Nickelodeon’s audience of young adults and teens.
There is so much to watch on Nickelodeon that you would stop checking time and watch shows back-to-back. There is a show for every age group. While the channel mainly targets adolescents aged between 2-17, the channel is also great for fun-loving households who enjoy program blocks dedicated to family shows.
Here are some of the all-time favorite shows that you can enjoy on Nickelodeon with reruns and some new and on-going titles to keep you in the loop!
Animated series aside, the channel is also known for its quality live-action series, game shows, and educational programs that stay up to par with the classic favorite, Legends of the Hidden Temple. Here are some of the shows.
There are even preschool series with multiple seasons on Nickelodeon, while some episodes also premiere on the sister channel Nick Jr.
The classic Nickelodeon favorites are not to be forgotten so easily. The notorious Invader Zim, the puzzling The Ren & Stimpy Show and the daily shenanigans of Tim with his Fairly OddParents. So much to recall and reminiscence.
Are you in for a blast from the past? Here are the shows from the TV channel’s former original programming that remain classics to this day.
Hold your imaginations right there. We know you must be wishing to hop into a time machine and go back to the olden times where all these popular shows aired 24/7.
There is good news for you. Nickelodeon has a website where you can watch snippets of the former programmed shows and take yourself on a ride to reminiscence!
Is your current cable provider not offering Nickelodeon? Check Spectrum TV to find an affordable cable TV plan to get Nickelodeon right away. Alternatively, you can call the Spectrum phone number (for Spanish dial in telefono de Spectrum) if you have questions to clear beforehand.