NickMom was a nighttime block on the Nick Jr. Channel aimed at parents. It ran from October 1, 2012 to September 28, 2015. The programming was made up of original comedy shows (including NickMom Night Out and Take Me to Your Mother) and reruns of Nick at Nite shows.


Main article: List of Nick Jr. original programming#NickMom

Original shows

Image Title Premiere date End date External links
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NickMom Night Out October 1, 2012 2015
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MFF: Mom Friends Forever October 1, 2012 2015
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Parental Discretion with Stefanie Wilder-Taylor October 1, 2012 2015
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What Was Carol Brady Thinking? October 1, 2012 2013
Take Me to Your Mother.jpg
Take Me to Your Mother May 6, 2013 July 27, 2014
Instant Mom logo.jpg
Instant Mom September 29, 2013 September 27, 2015 Nickstory Jr. Archives: Instant Mom
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Undercover Cupid August 2, 2014 2015


Image Title First air date Last air date
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See Dad Run January 1, 2013 September 27, 2015
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MFF: Mom Friends Forever September 21, 2014 September 27, 2015
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Run's House October 2014 September 27, 2015
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The Exes 2015 September 27, 2015
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Hot in Cleveland 2015 September 27, 2015
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The Soul Man 2015 September 27, 2015
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Younger 2015 September 27, 2015


Nickelodeon first launched the NickMom brand with a humor website in 2011.[1] On October 1, 2012, NickMom became a four-hour nighttime block on the Nick Jr. channel.

During the course of its time on the air, NickMom programming aired on Nick Jr. between 10:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m., 7 nights a week. This was acknowledged in Nick Jr.'s nightly sign-off message, which explained that Nick Jr. would resume its programming at 2:00 a.m. ET the next morning. NickMom's start time shifted to 9:55 p.m. ET on October 23, 2012 to add extra interstitials before the official 10:00 p.m. start.

End of block

On September 9, 2015, the block's social media accounts announced that the NickMom programming block and website would go off-air and offline by the end of September 2015.[2] The programming block ended at 2 a.m. Eastern in the early morning of September 28 with an airing of the film Guarding Tess, three days shy of its third anniversary. For the first time since its launch, the block's sign-off bumper was not aired, and the movie instead faded right into a Yo Gabba Gabba! episode. Repeats of Nick Jr. shows filled the four hours vacated by NickMom, whose former website was redirected to Nickelodeon's site for parents.

Scheduling controversy

The block's scheduling caused some controversy. Since Nick Jr. did not have a second network feed for the Pacific Time Zone, the Eastern feed was used by default, meaning that NickMom programming started at earlier hours in some areas. Some parents found the NickMom shows inappropriate to be played during the daytime. The scheduling problem was solved in mid-February 2013, when Nickelodeon launched a second Pacific Time Zone-based feed for the Nick Jr. channel.


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