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2011–2015 2015–2017 2017–2019 2019–2022; 2022-present (social media) 2023–present (Australia) 2023–present 2023–present (International)
2011–2015 2015–2017 2017–2019 2019–2022; 2022-present (social media) 2023–present (Australia) 2023–present 2023–present (International)

The '90s Are All That[]


The 90's Are All That
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  July 25, 2011

The '90s Are All That first debuted on TeenNick as a 4-hour nightly block on July 25, 2011. Over time, it had several schedule changes.

On February 4, 2013, it premiered in the UK and Ireland.

The Splat[]


Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown ("THE")
Signpainter Showcard ("SPLAT")
Launched:  September 11, 2015 (reveal)
October 5, 2015 (official)

On September 11, 2015, the social media accounts of The '90s Are All That unveiled a new name and look for the block, called The Splat, signifying an expansion to early 2000s shows, from just strictly 1990s shows. Its name and logo pays homage Nickelodeon's classic 1993 "splat" logo.

On September 24, Nickelodeon confirmed that the block's overhaul would take effect on October 5 on TeenNick.



NickSplat 2017
Designer:  Eric Zim (Nick logo)
Typography:  Custom (Nick logo)
Signpainter Showcard ("SPLAT")
Launched:  May 1, 2017

On May 1, 2017, The Splat became NickSplat to better market the block as a Nickelodeon property.


2019–2022; 2022–present (social media)[]

Designer:  Eric Zim (typeface)
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  March 18, 2019

On March 18, 2019, NickSplat became NickRewind, and introduced with it new graphics and bumpers, as well as reviving the aforementioned name for the first time since 2006.[a] This change was made to expand the block to include (pre-Nicktoons) shows from the late 1980s. The block would later be aired in Latin America as a special programming month block in August of 2020.

As of January 31, 2022, the block has officially been deactivated, making TeenNick a 24-hour channel for the first time in over 10 years. This move comes after spending the last 4 weeks exclusively showing iCarly (the original series), when the classic Nicktoons lineup that dominated the block up to that point stopped airing for good, and was likely done given ViacomCBS (now Paramount)'s increased focus on streaming, in addition to declining viewership. Despite that, its online presence, including its X account and YouTube channel, are still active for the time being.

2023–present (Australia)[]


A 24/7 NickRewind channel is available on 10 Play.

Nickelodeon's 90's Kids[]


Nickelodeon's 90's Kids Logo

On October 17, 2023, 90's Kids launched as a 24 hour network on Pluto TV. This channel is considered a successor to NickRewind, because it uses NickRewind's branding.

Pluto TV Kids Classics[]

2023–present (International)[]


90's Kids is also available internationally under the name "Pluto TV Kids Classics".


a. The original Nick Rewind block ran on Nickelodeon on Sundays from 1-2pm ET during the summer of 2006, and was later the name for a selection of limited on-demand content relating to Nickelodeon’s classic programming.