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2011–2015 2015–2017 2017–2019 2019–2022
2011–2015 2015–2017 2017–2019 2019–2022

The '90s Are All That

2011–2015

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The '90s Are All That aired for the first time on TeenNick as a 4-hour block on July 25, 2011. During its run, it had several schedule changes. On February 4, 2013, it premiered in the UK and Ireland.

The Splat

2015–2017

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On September 11, 2015, The '90s Are All That's Facebook page announced the launch of an upcoming television block called The Splat. The block would have sole focus on classic Nickelodeon programming. The Splat replaced The '90s Are All That since Nickelodeon wanted to also focus on early 2000s shows and not just strictly 1990s shows. It launched with a logo based on Nickelodeon's classic 1993 "splat" logo.

On September 24, Nickelodeon confirmed that the block would premiere on October 5 on TeenNick.

NickSplat

2017–2019

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

NickRewind

2019–2022

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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. The original Nick Rewind block ran on Nickelodeon on Sundays from 1-2 PM 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. This change was made to expand the block to include shows from the late 1980s (pre-Nicktoons) as well. In August 2020, the block aired on Latin America as a special programming month block.

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 (who later became Paramount)'s increased focus on streaming. Despite that, its social media accounts, including its Twitter account and YouTube channel, are still active for the time being.

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