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1982 1990–2013 1990–1995 1990–2009 2002–2008 2006–2011 2008–2013
1982 1990–2013 1990–1995 1990–2009 2002–2008 2006–2011 2008–2013
1996–2008 1997–2007 2009–2024 2017–2024 (secondary) 2017–2024 2023–present
1996–2008 1997–2007 2009–2024 2017–2024 (secondary) 2017–2024 2023–present

A Nickelodeon Production[]

1982[]

Pinwheel-A-Nickelodeon-Production

An ending card reading "A Nickelodeon Production" was introduced for the third season of Pinwheel.

Nickelodeon (first era)[]

1990–2013[]

Nickelodeon (1984)
Designer:  Corey McPherson Nash (Tom Corey, Scott Nash)
Fred/Alan, Inc.
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  Unknown

1990–1995[]

Nickelodeon 1985 (Splat II)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  Unknown

1990–2009[]

Nickelodeon 1988 (Haypile)
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  Unknown

The haypile variant was used on most Nicktoons from the 1990s and 2000s. It was also seen on VHS and DVD releases of other shows until 2009.

2002–2008[]

Nickelodeon 1998
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  Unknown

The 1998 splat variant was used on The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, ChalkZone, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Avatar: The Last Airbender, SpongeBob SquarePants (mid-season 5), El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, and Random! Cartoons.

2006–2011[]

Nickelodeon 2006
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  May 27, 2006

This on-screen logo continued to be used even after Nickelodeon changed its logo on September 28, 2009 until September 12, 2011.

2008–2013[]

Nickelodeon 2008 Lightbulb
Designer:  Ben Yonda
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  January 30, 2008

Following the merge of Nick Jr. Productions, Nickelodeon unveiled a lightbulb logo similar to the 1996 one. On-screen, it would first be shown as the 2008 splat logo and then turn into this design. Like with the 2006–2011 on-screen logo, this on-screen logo continued to be used even after Nickelodeon changed its logo on September 28, 2009 until the rerun of The Backyardigans episode "Follow the Feather" on July 8, 2013.

Nickelodeon Productions (first era)[]

1996–2008[]

Nickelodeon Productions 1996
Designer:  Studio City
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Variex Regular (modified)
Launched:  May 11, 1996

This logo, designed as a lightbulb surrounded by a light-bolt above and the word "Productions" underneath it, originally debuted on KaBlam!. It later began to be used mostly on live-action shows such as Drake & Josh, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Zoey 101, and iCarly. Strangely, some animated Nickelodeon shows used this logo, such as few early season 6 episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants, some early season 6 episodes of The Fairly OddParents, and Pelswick.

Nicktoons[]

Main article: Nicktoons (brand)

1997–2007[]

Nicktoons 1997
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Balloon Extra Bold
Launched:  April 19, 1997

This splat logo that reads Nicktoons instead of Nickelodeon was used on Hey Arnold!, The Angry Beavers, CatDog, Oh Yeah! Cartoons, SpongeBob SquarePants (until season 5), Invader Zim, The Fairly OddParents (until season 5), ChalkZone, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, My Life as a Teenage Robot, Danny Phantom, and The X's.

Nickelodeon Productions (second era)[]

2009–2024[]

Nickelodeon Productions 2009
Designer:  Trollbäck & Company
Typography:  Custom (unofficially nicknamed "Litebulb")
Gotham Book
Launched:  September 26, 2009

This logo is still used on the on-screen credits on some shows on TeenNick and Nicktoons. It was first used two days before the official launch of the current Nickelodeon logo on September 28, 2009.

2017–2024[]

Nickelodeon Productions
Designer:  Superestudio
Typography:  Custom
Galano Grotesque Alternate Black
Launched:  March 11, 2017

2023–present[]

NICKPROD-2023
Designer:  Roger
Typography:  Custom
Neue Plak Condensed Bold
Launched:  February 27, 2023

Nickelodeon (second era)[]

2017–2024 (secondary)[]

Nickelodeon 2017
Designer:  Superestudio
Typography:  Custom
Launched:  March 11, 2017

The "Productions" was dropped from its logo while only displaying the 2009 Nickelodeon logo. It is seen on some shows depending on what it is.

This is the second logo to only show the network's logo as the production logo, the first being the 1990–2013 one which uses Nickelodeon's 1984–2009 logo. It's still used in shows such as Rock Paper Scissors.[1]


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