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This is a list of notable events, premieres, releases, series cancellations and endings, and other business ventures for Nickelodeon in the year 1994.
An asterisk (*) indicates that the program is a Nick Jr. original series.
- April 16 - All That airs its pilot episode; the series officially begins regularly airing on December 24th of that year.
- October 8 - The Secret World of Alex Mack
- October 15 - My Brother and Me
- October 24
- October 30 - Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
- November 5 - U to U
- December - Teacher to Teacher with Mr. Wizard
- June 6 - Legends of the Hidden Temple, season 2
- September 4 - The Adventures of Pete & Pete, season 2
- September 25 - Rocko's Modern Life, season 2
- October 1 - The Ren & Stimpy Show, season 4
- January 2 - Doug ends after four seasons. The series would later be bought by The Walt Disney Company with its parent company Jumbo Pictures.
- June 26 - Hillside ends after four seasons
- October 1
- Nick Jr. Rocks
- February 14 - I Love Lucy
- March 2 - Papa Beaver's Storytime
- March 7 - The Alvin Show
- April 4 - The Muppet Show
- April 4 - Beetlejuice (animated television show)
- June 6 - Gumby
- June 6 - I Dream of Jeannie
- July 2 - The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour
- September 3 - The White Shadow
- October 3 - The Adventures of Tintin
- November 6 - Taxi
- January 23 - You Can't Do That On Television (The show ended in 1990, and the last regular airing of the show came on January 23, 1994)
- October 2 - Danger Mouse (was rerun between 1991 and 1994 after ending its original run on the channel in 1987.)
- October 21 - Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show
- October 29 - Dennis the Menace
- December 1 - SNICKtoons Xmas Gift Pack begins.
- Marvel Comics begins publishing a monthly comic book based on Rocko's Modern Life; it only lasts for seven issues.
- April - Rocko's Modern Life: Spunky's Dangerous Day
- June - The Ren & Stimpy Show: Fire Dogs
- June - Peanut Butter Jam and Songs from the Back Seat
- August 9 - This is What "Na Na" Means
- January 11 - The Ren & Stimpy Show: On Duty
- January 21
- Clarissa Explains It All: Dating
- Nickelodeon Mushfest
- March 25
- Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Ghostly Tales
- Clarissa Explains It All: Take My Brother, Please!
- The Ren & Stimpy Show: In Disguise
- April 12
- Rugrats: Angelica the Divine
- Rugrats: Chuckie the Brave
- May 31
- The Adventures of Pete and Pete: Classic Petes
- Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Nightmare Tales
- Double Dare: Super Sloppiest Moments
- GUTS All-Star Special
- The Ren & Stimpy Show: More Stinky Stories
- June 28
- Lassie: To Fetch a Thief
- Lassie to the Rescue
- July 26
- The Adventures of Pete & Pete: School Dazed
- Clarissa Explains It All: Enslaved by the Bell
- Doug: Cool in School
- August 21 - Nickelodeon Frightfest
- August 30
- Lassie A Christmas Tail
- Lassie Come Ho Ho Home
- September 2 - The Ren & Stimpy Show: Classics II
- October 28
- Doug: Christmas Story
- Rugrats: The Santa Experience
- February 3 - Paul Butcher, Jr.
- March 1 - Justin Bieber
- April 14 - Skyler Samuels
- April 16 - Liliana Mumy
- April 18 - Moisés Arias
- May 22 - Gabriel Garza
- August 18 - Jessie Flower
- September 17 - Denyse Tontz
- September 25 - Jansen Panettiere
- October 5 - Zachary Isaiah Williams
- December 3 - Jake T. Austin
- December 17 - Nat Wolff
- December 26 - Samantha Boscarino
Nickelodeon character debuts
- All That: Baggin' Saggin' Barry, Miss Fingerly, Randy, Mandy, Earboy, Ed
- Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Ickis, Krumm, Oblina, Gromble
- Rocko's Modern Life: Ralph Bighead
- Face (the Nick Jr. mascot)
- Allegra's Window: Allegra, Lindi, Rondo, Riff, Mr. Cook, Sonata, Cliff, Reed, Ms.Melody, Ellington
- Gullah Gullah Island: Binyah Binyah, The Daise Family
- Rugrats: Jonathan Kraskell
- Rugrats wins its second Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Animated Program.
Behind the scenes
- May 22 - Rugrats goes on hiatus after ending production on its third season; it would resume production in 1996.
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