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1995–1998 2005–2007 2007–2010 2010–2017 2017–2023 2023–present 2024 (tentative)
1995–1998 2005–2007 2007–2010 2010–2017 2017–2023 2023–present 2024 (tentative)

Nickelodeon (first era)[]

1995–1998[]

Nickelodeon (1984)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  July 5th, 1995

On 5 July 1995, Nickelodeon was launched in Germany, as a free to air channel available through cable and satellite. It ended on 31 May 1998, due to lackluster viewership, and the channel KiKA taking its place in most German cable operators.

Nick (first era)[]

2005–2007[]

Nickelodeon Short Splat 2003
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  September 12th, 2005

On 12 September 2005, the German Nickelodeon was relaunched, shortening its name to "Nick", and replacing MTV2 Pop as a free to air channel.

2007–2010[]

Nick 2006
Designer:  Dyrdee
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  Unknown

Nickelodeon (second era)[]

2010–2017[]

Nickelodeon (2009)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  March 31st, 2010

Following the adoption of the branding introduced in the US in 2009, Nick Germany readopted the full "Nickelodeon" name on 31 March 2010.

Nick (second era)[]

2017–2023[]

Nick 2009
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  June 28th, 2017

In 2017, the shortened "Nick" name was brought back.

Nickelodeon (third era)[]

2023–present[]

Nickelodeon (2009)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  August 1st, 2023

On 1 August 2023, With the German introduction of the 2023 branding and the splat variant of the current Nickelodeon logo, the full "Nickelodeon" name was readopted again.

Toggo (channel)[]

2024 (tentative)[]

Toggo (2019)

Paramount plans to sell the German feed of Nickelodeon to RTL, rebranding the channel to a 24/7 counterpart of Toggo, the Super RTL block. The Nickelodeon programming would remain as part of Paramount and RTL's license but there will also be new additions from the Toggo library.

If the deal ever gets refused, Nickelodeon would remain as-is and the Toggo channel would be scrapped.

MTV2 Pop
Nickelodeon (Germany)
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