Top 10 Things that Would Make Nickelodeon a Better Channelanonygirl These are the things I feel like Nickelodeon should do to become a better channel than it already is. According to variety.com, the average number of viewers of Nickelodeon went from roughly 1.2 million in 2011 to 0.9 million in 2012. I feel like if Nickelodeon did most of the actions below (and advertised them), then their ratings would get higher. I am not complaining about Nickelodeon being terrible as much as many other 90's fans, but I do not like most of the new TV shows on TV (Kids' Shows or Adults' shows). I respect your opinion if you disagree, but do not post negative comments ("Kill yourself", "This is the worst list ever", "You suck", etc.). I may deserve it, but it still hurts my feelings. I do, however, apologize if this is a terrible list.
Examples of good morals are telling the truth, being careful what you wish for, not judging others by what they look like, loving yourself for who you are, accompanying others that feel lonely, cheering for others that are feeling lonely, focusing on the interests of others, feeling empathy for others when tragedy happens to them, looking on the positive side, donating your allowance to charity, helping others that need it, etc.
The Top Ten
I hate when people go "OH IF THEY BRING BACK the OLD SHOW IT IS GONNA BE GREAT" because that isn't necessarily true. I find it better to end a show before they jump the shark, which is why Invader Zim should NOT be brought back. - DCfnaf
I am personally not a fan of the show, but I would revive Invader Zim if I ran Nickelodeon because so many people loved that show! - anonygirl
I used to watch cartoon"s 21 years ago. Just cause I was created deferent doesn't mean I seen them all - Mewtwo_
I agree with this, but what is this word deferent.
Oh my god. MORE of this moral crap? I love the removal of the toilet humor idea, but not every cartoon needs morals! - NikBrusk
If most cartoons have morals, then more parents would let their children watch it. That would get higher the amount of viewers of Nickelodeon. However, I respect your opinion on cartoons not having morals. - anonygirl
It will be in the same style as Nick's past tween/teen Those sitcoms will be like Nickelodeon's past sitcoms (iCarly, Drake and Josh, Victorious, Ned's Declassified, Zoey 101, Big Time Rush, The Amanda Show, Sam and Cat, Clarissa Explains it All, etc.), but with better morals. - anonygirl
Bring back your orange slime, Nick! The orange splat logo could form into different shapes (dog bones, cars, clouds, fish, light bulbs, etc.). The new logo cannot shape into anything else. - anonygirl
Not until everything else on this list is done.
I missed this sticker - Neonco31
This show was terrible sooo... - DCfnaf
As well as Moose and Zee. - anonygirl
Both shows are just gay perverted kids shows. - Kaboom
Agree with this one! - DCfnaf
Good idea. - anonygirl
DO THIS FIRST!
This means that the Nick Playdate Block will change back into a Nick Jr. block. - anonygirl
It will be like the Worldwide Day of Play, but instead of encouraging kids to play outside, it will encourage kids to do educational activities like reading and math. The Worldwide Day of Play is not a bad idea, but when it is on, the weather is not always going to be nice. It could be extremely stormy, freezing, or sweltering while this is on. Reading and studying, on the other hand, is good no matter what the weather is like outside. - anonygirl
Eww, it sounds awful - DCfnaf
No... - RalphBob
They already did this, and Nick didn't know how to utilize Legend of Korra.
Related ListsTop Ten Things to Do When Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network Make Another Bad Show Top 10 Disney Channel and Nickelodeon Shows that Ended and Stopped Reruns that You Wish Would be Rerun Again Top Ten Things that Can Make the Disney Channel Better Nickelodeon and Disney Channel Shows that are About Exactly the Same Thing Top Ten Things That Would Make Frozen a Better Film
1 year, 192 days old
2. Making New 2D Animated Cartoons with Good Morals and No Toilet Humor
3. Creating New Tween Sitcoms With Good Morals