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Nickelodeon Studios opens in Florida.

Wild and Crazy Kids

This is a list of notable events, premieres, releases, series cancellations and endings, and other business ventures for Nickelodeon in the year 1990.

Shows

Series premieres

Acquired shows
  • January 1: Maya the Bee
  • April 1:
    • The Lucy Show (officially joined the Nick at Nite lineup on April 6, 1992)
    • Rhoda (officially joined the Nick at Nite lineup on May 10, 1996)
  • April 2: The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis
  • June 4: Fernwood 2 Night/America 2 Night (both series aired in rotated runs)
  • July 2: Camp Runamuck (aired as part of the Camp Nickelodeon Block)
  • August 4: Alfred Hitchcock Presents
  • August 6: Flipper
  • October 1
    • Kidsworld (may have aired long under a general "Cable in the Classroom banner")
    • Nickelodeon's Most Wanted: Yogi Bear
  • October 7: Cartoon Kablooey (the first run ended on September 19, 1991; a 3 hour special of the show aired on July 3, 1992, and a second run of the show started on September 13, 1993)
  • December 31: The Brady Bunch Variety Hour (2nd airing occurred on September 1, 1991)

Season premieres

Series finales

Network departures

Specials

  • January 14: 1990 ACE Awards
  • April 1: Nickelodeon's Totally Classic Outtakes (a special hosted by Lew Schneider and Will Friedle that was mainly a collection of outtakes from Nick's original programming)
  • April 21: Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue (aired simultaneously across numerous networks)
  • April 23: 1990 Kids' Choice Awards
  • June 7: Nickelodeon Studios Opening Day Celebration
  • October 20: Tales from the Whoop: Hot Rod Brown, Class Clown
  • November 27: Christmas at Eureeka's Castle

Video games

Events

Nickelodeon character debuts

People

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