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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 1999.
- Noggin debuts as its own channel.
- Nick GaS debuts as its own channel.
- Henry & June's Nicktoons Summer Jam replaces Nick in the Afternoon as the annual summer weekday afternoon block.
- February 11: Maisy premieres on Nick Jr., before it was moved to Noggin in 2001.
- May 1: SpongeBob SquarePants premieres after the Kids' Choice Awards; it would begin regularly airing on July 17th.
- August 16: Rocket Power premieres in prime-time.
- October 16: 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd and The Amanda Show debut on an revamped SNICK, entitled SNICK House.
- October 25: A Walk in Your Shoes
- November 28: Little Bill premieres in prime-time.
- December 31: ChalkZone premieres its first episode as part of the Nick New Year's block, but the rest of the first season would be delayed to 2002.
- Acquired shows (premieres)
- January 11: Franklin
- January 16: The Brothers Flub, an animated series by SunBrow Animation, starts its run on Sunday mornings.
- February 8: Kipper premieres on Nick Jr., before it was moved to Noggin in 2001.
- Acquired shows (reruns)
- January 25: The Jeffersons
- January 30: The Sports Illustrated for Kids Show
- June 6: The Phred On Your Head Show (starts airing regularly on March 27, 2000)
- June 7: Leave It to Beaver
- July 5: WKRP in Cincinnati
- September 6: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (Season 3 would premiere on Nick on October 29)
- October 18: Maude
- June 26: Double Dare (last regular airing was on August 3, 1990)
- June 27: Don't Just Sit There (last regular airing was on May 25, 1991)
- September 11
- Looney Tunes
- Tiny Toon Adventures (a second run would begin on September 2, 2002)
- February 6: The revival of Are You Afraid of the Dark? premieres.
- March 14: Blue's Clues, season 3
- November 27: All That Season 6, which was originally the show's final season, begins its run.
- February 20: Nick GaS ends its run, in preparation for its channel's launch.
- March 27: Nicktoons TV airs its final broadcast; it would become its own channel in 2002.
- June: Henry & June's Nicktoons Summer Jam debuts, and would continue for the rest of the summer.
- July 7: Nick Flicks movie block begins.
- September: 101% Whizbang! With Henry and June debuts on weekday afternoons.
- November 5: U-Pick Friday debuts.
- February 28: The Rugrats Movie (Game Boy Color)
- June 29: Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt
- November 10: Rugrats: Studio Tour
- March 1: Aliens
- May 1: Summer Vacation
- June 1
- Oh, Brother!
- The Perfect Formula
- Tommy's Last Stand
- July 1: Cat's Big Night / Dog Behind Bars
- August: CatDog's Big Idea
- September 1
- Star-Spangled Babies
- Tricked For Treats!: A Rugrats Halloween
- October 1
- Bonjour, Babies
- November 1
- Chuckie's Big Wish
- Way Off Broadway
- Westward, Whoa!
Home video releases
- January 12
- Blue's Clues: Rhythm and Blue
- Blue's Clues: ABC's and 123's
- Blue's Clues: Back to Basics
- Little Bear: Friends
- March 30
- CatDog: CatDog vs. the Greasers
- CatDog: Together Forever
- The Rugrats Movie
- June 8
- Little Bear: Summertime Tales
- Little Bear: Favorite Tales, Volume 2
- June 22
- Blue's Clues: Blue's Big Treasure Hunt
- Blue's Clues: Big, Blue and Just for You!, Volume 2
- August 3: Rugrats: Runaway Reptar
- August 24: Little Bear: Little Goblin Bear
- September 21: Blue's Clues: Blue's Discoveries
- October 5
- Rugrats: Make Room for Dil
- Rugrats: Volume 5 (Blockbuster exclusive)
- October 12
- Blue's Clues: Blue's Blue's Big Pajama Party
- Blue's Clues: Big, Blue and Just for You! Volume 3
Nickelodeon character debuts
- Oh Yeah! Cartoons: Jenny Wakeman, Nora Wakeman, Brad Carbunkle, Tuck Carbunkle, Penny Sanchez, Tootie, Jorgen Von Strangle
- SpongeBob SquarePants: SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles, Mr. Krabs, Sheldon J. Plankton, Karen Plankton, Sandy Cheeks, Mrs. Puff, Pearl Krabs, Gary the Snail, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, Bubble Bass, Margaret SquarePants, Harold SquarePants, Flying Dutchman
- Rocket Power: Otto Rocket, Sam Dullard, Twister Rodriguez, Reggie Rocket, Tito Makani, Raymundo Rocket
- The Amanda Show: Penelope Taynt, Crazy Courtney, Kyle Rostensan, Judge Trudy
- March 30: Nickelodeon enters the DVD market with Paramount Home Video's DVD release of The Rugrats Movie
- January 4: Gage Munroe (voice actor on PAW Patrol)
- February 10: Tiffany Espensen (actress on True Jackson, VP, Bucket and Skinner's Epic Adventures and Terry the Tomboy)
- March 21: Lexi DiBenedetto (actress on Knight Squad and A Loud House Christmas)
- May 5: Jonny Gray (actor on Max & Shred)
- May 25: Brec Bassinger (actress on Bella and the Bulldogs)
- May 30: Sean Giambrone (voice actor on The Loud House)
- September 7: Cameron Ocasio (actor on Sam & Cat and Webheads)
- September 13: Zoey Burger (actress on Every Witch Way)
- October 15: Bailee Madison (actress in The Last Day of Summer and Merry Christmas, Drake and Josh)
- November 1: Buddy Handleson (actor on Wendell & Vinnie and Bella and the Bulldogs)
- May 8: Ed Gilbert (voice actor on Aaahh!!! Real Monsters)
- November 11: Mary Kay Bergman (the original voice of Timmy Turner) commits suicide at the age of 38
- December 3: Madeline Kahn (voice of Mrs. Shapiro on Little Bill) died from ovarian cancer at the age of 57