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Nick in the Afternoon debuts.

Nickelodeon launches its official website.

Global GUTS

Ren & Stimpy: Radio Daze

Little Bear

This is a list of notable events, premieres, releases, series cancellations and endings, and other business ventures for Nickelodeon in the year 1995.

Shows

Series premieres

  • January 21: All That officially premieres after its pilot airing on April 16th of the previous year.

Season premieres

Series finales

Non-original shows

Network debuts
Network departures
  • June 26
    • The Donna Reed Show
    • Route 66 (last original airing broadcast was in 1987)
    • The Ann Sothern Show/Private Secretary (aka Susie) (last original airing broadcast was on March 31, 1990)
    • Make Room for Daddy (last regular airing broadcast was on January 27, 1991)
  • June 27
    • The Smothers Brothers (last original airing was March 25, 1989)
    • Car 54, Where are You? (last regular airing on March 31, 1990)
    • Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp (last regular airing was on February 25, 1995)
    • SCTV (last regular airing was on March 4, 1990)
  • June 28: The Patty Duke Show (last regular airing was on August 31, 1993)
  • June 30: The World of David the Gnome

Specials

Programming blocks

Video games

Books

  • March 1: The Tale of the Sinister Statues
  • May 1: The Tale of Cutter's Treasure
  • July 1: The Tale of the Restless House
  • September 1: The Tale of the Nightly Neighbors
  • November 1: The Tale of the Secret Mirror

Albums

VHS releases

  • February 14
    • Rocko's Modern Life: Machine Madness
    • Rocko's Modern Life: With Friends Like These
  • February 20: A Rugrats Passover
  • March 21
    • The Adventures of Pete & Pete: Farewell, My Little Viking
    • Clarissa Explains It All: Ferguson Explains It All
    • The Ren & Stimpy Show: Incredibly Stupid Stories
  • May 18: Lassie: Mother Knows Best
  • June 13
    • Are You Afraid of the Dark?: Cutter's Treasure
    • Nickelodeon Road Trip
  • June 27: Lassie: Martians at the Martins
  • July 25
    • Allegra's Window: Small Is Beautiful
    • Clarissa Explains It All: Enslaved by the Bell
    • Eureeka's Castle: Sing Along with Eureeka
    • Gullah Gullah Island: Sing Along With Binyah
  • August 8: The Ren & Stimpy Show: As Stinky as They Wanna Be
  • August 22
    • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Meet the Monsters
    • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Monsters' Night Out
    • Lassie: E.S.P. (Extra Sensory Pooch)
  • August 29
    • Allegra's Window: Waiting For Grandma
    • Christmas at Eureeka's Castle
    • Gullah Gullah Island: Binyah's Surprise
    • Rocko's Modern Life: Rocko's Modern Christmas!

People

Births

Deaths

  • October 5: Linda Gary (voice actress on Rugrats)

Nickelodeon character debuts

Business

  • The Nickelodeon website debuts on America Online.
  • Nickelodeon debuts in Australia.
  • With the Nickelodeon premiere of Tiny Toon Adventures during their "Totally Tiny" marathon, Nickelodeon brings forth their "Nick Universe" theme of bumpers, replacing show clips with just the show title. The bumpers are completely CGI-animated, and includes the CGI-animated variations of the channel logo.
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