Netflix and Nickelodeon just declared a multi-year agreement to create original animated content on the basis of new characters and the Nickelodeon library. The details are still unclear, but the firms have earlier collaborated to bring us Rocko’s Modern Life: Static Cling and Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus and committed a live-action, “renovated” Avatar series.
The deal may make you think why Viacom-controlled Nickelodeon is joining hands with Netflix when Viacom has its own streaming platform and is in the procedure of merging with CBS, which also has its personal streaming platform. Odds are, Netflix is supporting a good amount of the production prices, and it is undoubtedly a decision to challenge Disney+, which was launched recently.
We do know that Nickelodeon has been collaborating on new content, such as Blue’s Clues remake and a reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. While we wait for more info, we can expect for a Rugrats All Grown Up! series. And if you need to catch up on the old shows, you can always watch them on VRV.
On a related note, it is no secret that some of the old movies and cartoons by Disney contain offensive and other racist components, and it was a mystery how the firm might deal with the problem when it’s streaming service rolled out. To all of those who speculated: here is the solution.
The entertainment behemoth has included a small warning at the description’s end for shows with problematic themes—such as Peter Pan, Dumbo, Lady and the Tramp, and The Jungle Book, which perpetuated destructive racial stereotypes—that claims: “This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.” As the media claimed, the firm’s move not to censor those shows was met with both criticism and praise.
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