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15 April 2013 1:18 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Marjorie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s president of content development, is exiting the company. Nickelodeon Group president Cyma Zarghami broke the news in a companywide e-mail Monday. Cohn, a 24-year veteran of Nickelodeon, is responsible for many of the network’s hits over the years, including the live-action series iCarly, starring Miranda Cosgrove, Big Time Rush, Victorious, Supah Ninjas and The Troop and BrainSurge. She also developed many animated favorites, including The Penguins of Madagascar and Fanboy and Chum Chum and also oversaw development and production for animated series Back at the Barnyard, Avatar: The Last Airbender, El Tigre: The Adventures of
- Marisa Guthrie
The Nickelodeon KCAs: what time are they on, when can I watch them, and what the fudge is that green slime made out of?
As much as we all love to revel in the glory that is J-to-the-Bieber, there is not a one among us that didn’t love watching that little punk, and all his celebrity compadres, get slimed at last year’s Kids’ Choice Awards (even Taylor Swift loved watching Justin Bieber get slimed). So, naturally, we’re simply beside ourselves with glee over the fact that it’s almost time for the slimy awards show, once more. After all, celebrities are richer than most of us can ever hope to be, and that, alone, means they deserve to get slimed, right? Riiiiiiiiight? I mean, where in Sam Hill is that tax return check, anyway?!?
Seriously, When Are The Kids’ Choice Awards?
Ok, Ok, no more financial mumbo-jumbo, »
- Debra Krein
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