Nickelodeon has greenlit the production of two animated series and four live-action pilots, the network announced Thursday.
Nickelodeon has ordered 26 episodes of animated series Bad Seeds (pictured), which follows the adventures and friendship of a loveable bird and two of the the wildest kids in the forest; and Pig Goat Banana Cricket -- which depicts the friendship of four unlikely roommates – according to Russell Hicks, President, Content Development and Production for Nickelodeon. Bad Seeds is written, created and directed by SpongeBob SquarePants's C. H. Greenblatt. Pig Goat Banana Cricket is created by Dave Cooper and J. Ryan and executive produced by David Sacks who co-writes with J. Ryan.
The live-action pilots include Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Don (working title), which follows the adventures of 13-year-old quadruplets; Twang, about a family that relocates from Hollywood to run a diner in Tennessee; Smart Alec, a comedic look at the world of kid geniuses; and an Untitled Cheerleader Project, about a perky Texas cheerleader who’s life takes an unexpected twist.
In addition, Nickelodeon has greenlit two digital series -- Welcome to the Wayne and Junior Eye -- for its Nick App, which has more than four million installs to date, said network officials.
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