Could Future Nickelodeon Streaming Content Be On Netflix Or Paramount Plus?

Would Future Nickelodeon Streaming Content Be On Netflix Or Paramount Plus?

  • Netflix

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Paramount Plus

    Votes: 6 85.7%
  • Both

    Votes: 1 14.3%

  • Total voters
    7

SweetShop209

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While Nickelodeon is still making content for television, they've also been dipping their toes into streaming. In 2019, we had Pinky Malinky, as well as the revival specials for Rocko's Modern Life and Invader Zim, all come out on Netflix. This would then be followed up by Glitch Techs in 2020, The Loud House Movie in 2021, and the upcoming Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie in 2022, also all on Netflix.

Paramount Plus is a different story. We've had a lot of Nickelodeon content put on here so far, unlike with Netflix spreading it out more. For shows, we have Kamp Koral, the Rugrats reboot, and the upcoming Star Trek Prodigy. For movies, we have The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run and The Paw Patrol Movie, the latter having a same day release in theaters.

Here's the thing to consider. If we get more Nickelodeon streaming content for the future, would it be on Netflix or Paramount Plus? There's some things to consider.

1. In November 2019, it was announced that Nickelodeon struck a multi-year deal with Netflix to put content on the service. In December 2019, CBS All Access was announced to put family friendly programming onto the service, which includes Nickelodeon shows, and was then solidified by becoming Paramount Plus in March 2021. Would we just have content come out on both streaming services?

2. While we don't know the exact timeframe of production, The Loud House Movie (the current version) and the Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie were definitely meant to be on Netflix from the start. Even if their parent shows were put on Paramount Plus, because of the Netflix contract and the fact that movies take at least 2-3 years to make, that's the only place they could come out since they most likely started production sometime in 2019, at least before CBS All Access started putting up kids shows.

3. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run and The Paw Patrol Movie were originally meant to come out only in theaters, but then the pandemic threw a wrench into things. The third SpongeBob movie did eventually come out on Paramount Plus on March 4, 2021, but only in America. Canada released the movie in theaters on August 14, 2020 while the rest of the world got the movie on Netflix on November 5, 2020. The Paw Patrol Movie had a simultaneous release in theaters and on Paramount Plus, similar to how movies like Space Jam A New Legacy, Raya And The Last Dragon, and The Boss Baby: Back In Business had simultaneous releases in theaters and their respective streaming services (HBO Max, Disney Plus, and Peacock).

4. This is more a nitpicky observation, but one thing I've noticed is that only the 2D projects were released to Netflix while the CGI projects were put on Paramount Plus.

What do you all think?
 
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Elijah Abrams

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While Nickelodeon is still making content for television, they've also been dipping their toes into streaming. In 2019, we had Pinky Malinky, as well as the revival specials for Rocko's Modern Life and Invader Zim, all come out on Netflix. This would then be followed up by Glitch Techs in 2020, The Loud House Movie in 2021, and the upcoming Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie in 2022, also all on Netflix.

Paramount Plus is a different story. We've had a lot of Nickelodeon content put on here so far, unlike with Netflix spreading it out more. For shows, we have Kamp Koral, the Rugrats reboot, and the upcoming Star Trek Prodigy. For movies, we have The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run and The Paw Patrol Movie, the latter having a same day release in theaters.

Here's the thing to consider. If we get more Nickelodeon streaming content for the future, would it be on Netflix or Paramount Plus? There's some things to consider.

1. In November 2019, it was announced that Nickelodeon struck a multi-year deal with Netflix to put content on the service. In December 2019, CBS All Access was announced to put family friendly programming onto the service, which includes Nickelodeon shows, and was then solidified by becoming Paramount Plus in March 2021. Would we just have content come out on both streaming services?

2. While we don't know the exact timeframe of production, The Loud House Movie (the current version) and the Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie were definitely meant to be on Netflix from the start. Even if their parent shows were put on Paramount Plus, because of the Netflix contract and the fact that movies take at least 2-3 years to make, that's the only place they could come out since they most likely started production sometime in 2019, at least before CBS All Access started putting up kids shows.

3. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run and The Paw Patrol Movie were originally meant to come out only in theaters, but then the pandemic threw a wrench into things. The third SpongeBob movie did eventually come out on Paramount Plus on March 4, 2021, but only in America. Canada released the movie in theaters on August 14, 2020 while the rest of the world got the movie on Netflix on November 5, 2020. The Paw Patrol Movie had a simultaneous release in theaters and on Paramount Plus, similar to how movies like Space Jam A New Legacy, Raya And The Last Dragon, and The Boss Baby: Back In Business had simultaneous releases in theaters and their respective streaming services (HBO Max, Disney Plus, and Peacock).

4. This is more a nitpicky observation, but one thing I've noticed is that only the 2D projects were released to Netflix while the CGI projects were put on Paramount Plus.

What do you all think?
Sharkdog, a Nickelodeon production for Netflix, was computer-animated.
 

SweetShop209

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I've never seen that show, though I noticed clips on the Netflix Jr YouTube page, so it was probably going to be a Nick Jr show before being put on there. Preschool shows are, for the most part, CGI.
 
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The Rise of the TMNT and Loud House movies were announced before the ViacomCBS merger and before Paramount+ was even planned (for the U.S.). If they weren't made for Netflix, they'd probably would of premiered on P+.

That said, Nick is using Netflix as a advertising source. Both TLH and ROTTMNT movies were made to get viewers to tune into Nick to watch both shows. It's the same reason why Nick are licensing older shows to Netflix - if you want more, there's more on Paramount+.
 

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