Hi everybody. I decided im going start working on this site again. This fall im going
to school for web design. So this site is going to be my experiment. Thanks!
A bunch of show intros.
Welcome to one of the best Classic Nickelodeon Fansites! Here you will find pictures, full episodes, clips, info, games, and more! I hope you enjoy reliving your childhood! Thank you. Please sign the guestbook before you go.
Site last updated: 4/22/2010
Nickelodeon Studios ( 1990-2005)
The facility closed on April 30, 2005, after Nickelodeon had gradually moved its production facilities to Nickelodeon Animation Studios in Burbank, California, and One Astor Plaza in New York City and its live-action comedies to Nick on Sunset on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. The final program taped at Nickelodeon Studios was Nickelodeon SPLAT! on August 17, 2004.
The Slime Geyser in front of Soundstage 18 was removed in May 2005.
The trademark "Nickelodeon" sign above the facility was removed in January 2006.
Many fans of the studio were dismayed at its closing and sent letters asking for it to remain open.
A time capsule buried by the network in 1992 in front of Sound stage 18 was removed in August 2006 and was replaced with concrete. The time capsule contained items deemed important to the children of 1992 as voted upon by Nickelodeon viewers, including a new Nintendo Game Boy, an issue of Nickelodeon Magazine, a Home Alone VHS tape, clips of Nickelodeon station IDs and various other toys. The time capsule was scheduled to be opened on April 30, 2042, fifty years after its burial. The capsule was reburied at the Nickelodeon Family Suites in Orlando. It is still scheduled to be opened in 2042.
At this time, Stage 19, as well as the second floor control room in the center building between stage 18 and 19, is home to FSN and Sun Sports Network. It is also being used as a storage area for Universal Orlando parade floats. Much of the Nickelodeon signage is still visible in the second floor hallways including multiple Ren and Stimpy murals. Currently, the Tube that runs above Soundstage 19 that was part of the Nickelodeon tour, is now used for storage of several old props and A/V equipment, along with storage for the Blue Man Group. Additionally, the Gak Kitchen is used as the break room for the Front of House staff of the Blue Man Group and the space that formerly housed Game Lab is now a special event room for Universal Studios and the Blue Man Group.
On November 9, 2006, Universal Orlando announced that sound stage 18 would be redesigned to become a 1,000 seat permanent venue for Blue Man Group. The new venue opened on June 1, 2007. During the construction phase of new theater, no cosmetic changes were made, with the exception of the addition of the new Box Office in the Pavilion. The sound stage was painted black with three giant blue heads, the main building was painted white with black and blue trim, and the side of Stage 18 was painted black with blue, yellow, and red paint splats. The facility was renamed the Sharp Aquos Theatre. Additionally, inside the building the dressing room signs remain the same that were used during the time of Nickelodeon, as well as the "Production Crew Only" orange splat signs which have not been changed. Overall, areas not accessible to guests have remained the same as they were during the time of Nickelodeon, including the wall murals in the Main Hallway (a blurred picture of a DoubleDare taping), 2nd Floor Tube (Blue's Clues), and the guest escalator: now closed off by storage and a temporary wall that makes a rehearsal area (The Wild Thornberrys).
Below is a video of before and after pictures.
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