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Old 12-10-2007, 10:50 AM   #1
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Default Noggin 24/7 Launch Schedule

Noggin 24/7 Schedule

Launches Monday, December 31, 2007

(THE N's schedule coming soon...)

6:00AM 64 Zoo Lane
6:30AM Oobi
7:00AM The Upside Down Show (M-F); Wow Wow Wubbzy (Sat-Sun)
7:30AM Franklin (M-F); Wow Wow Wubbzy (Sat-Sun)
8:00AM Oswalf (M-F); Maurice Sendak's Little Bear (Sat-Sun)
8:30AM Pinky Dinky Doo (M-F); Maurice Sendak's Little Bear (Sat-Sun)
9:00AM Maurice Sendak's Little Bear (M-F); Wonder Pets (Sat-Sun)
9:30AM Wow Wow Wubbzy (M-F); Wonder Pets (Sat-Sun)
10:00 AM Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (M-F); Max and Ruby (Sat-Sun)
10:30 AM Jack's Big Music Show (M-F); Max and Ruby (Sat-Sun)
11:00 AM Little Bill (M-F); Dora the Explorer (Sat-Sun)
11:30 AM Maggie & The Ferocious Beast (M-F); Dora the Explorer (Sat-Sun)
12:00 PM Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (M-F); The Backyardigans (Sat-Sun)
12:30 PM Franklin (M-F); The Backyardigans (Sat-Sun)
1:00 PM Maurice Sendak's Little Bear (M-F); Go, Diego, Go! (Sat-Sun)
1:30 PM LazyTown (M-F); Go, Diego, Go! (Sat-Sun)
2:00 PM The Backyardigans (M-F); Blue's Clues (Sat-Sun)
3:00 PM Dora the Explorer (M-F); Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends (Sat-Sun)
3:30 PM Wonder Pets (M-F); Little Bill (Sat-Sun)
4:00 PM Blue's Clues (M-F); Jack's Big Music Show (Sat-Sun)
4:30 PM Wow Wow Wubbzy (M-F); LazyTown (Sat-Sun)
5:00 PM Dora the Explorer (M-F); Franklin (Sat-Sun)
5:30 PM Go, Diego, Go! (M-F); Maurice Sendak's Little Bear (Sat-Sun)
6:00 PM The Backyardigans
6:30 PM Max and Ruby
7:00 PM Wonder Pets
7:30 PM Blue's Clues
8:00 PM Wow Wow Wubbzy
8:30 PM Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends
9:00 PM Maurice Sendak's Little Bear
9:30 PM Franklin
10:00 PM Oswald
10:30 PM Little Bill
11:00 PM Miss Spider's Sunny Patch Friends
11:30 PM Max and Ruby
12:00 AM Wow Wow Wubbzy
12:30 AM Wow Wow Wubbzy
1:00 AM Oobi
1:30 AM Oobi
2:00 AM 64 Zoo Lane
2:30 AM 64 Zoo Lane
3:00 AM Maurice Sendak's Little Bear
3:30 AM Maurice Sendak's Little Bear
4:00 AM Gullah Gullah Island
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5:00 AM Maggie & The Ferocious Beast
5:30 AM LazyTown
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I will be still watching Little Bear . I wish that they would show some classic nick shows though.
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NICKELODEON TO SUPER-SERVE FAMILIES AS AWARD-WINNING NOGGIN BECOMES ITS OWN 24-HOUR COMMERCIAL-FREE PRESCHOOL NETWORK, BEGINNING MONDAY, DEC. 31, AT 6:00 P.M. (ET)

NOGGIN ‘Goes 24’ and Rings in New Year with Its First Five-Hour

Primetime Movie Marathon Hosted By Moose And Zee, Featuring Premiere of

New 90-Minute Movie “Franklin And The Turtle Lake Treasure”

NOGGIN Announces New Series Toot and Puddle and Greenlights Season Two of

Pinky Dinky Doo -- Two Animated Shows Based on Best-Selling Book Series


NEW YORK, Dec. 17, 2007 – NOGGIN rings in the New Year with a special resolution to preschoolers – the network will now be available 24 hours a day! On Monday, Dec. 31, at 6:00 p.m. (ET), the commercial-free, educational preschool network from Nickelodeon, will super-serve families by expanding from 12 to 24 hours, offering even more of the network’s top-quality, educational preschool programming. To kick off the celebration, NOGGIN’s Moose and Zee will host the network’s first primetime movie marathon, on Dec. 31 from 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (ET), featuring the premiere of a new 90–minute Franklin movie, “Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure.” The preschool movie party will also feature the hour-long Dora the Explorer TV movie, “Dora Saves the Mermaids,” and the half-hour specials “Save the Wonder Pets!” and the Go, Diego, Go! “Great Jaguar Rescue.”

NOGGIN is also announcing that it will premiere Toot & Puddle, a new 26-episode animated preschool series, based on the best-selling book series by acclaimed children's author and illustrator Holly Hobbie, in fall 2008. The network has also greenlit a new 26-episode second season of Pinky Dinky Doo, NOGGIN’s first animated original series dedicated to enhancing early literacy, based on the popular book series by Jim Jinkins (Doug and PB&J Otter).

“NOGGIN’s expansion into a 24-hour network reinforces Nickelodeon's commitment to preschoolers and their caregivers, to be there whenever they need us,” said Brown Johnson, Executive Vice President, Executive Creative Director, Nickelodeon Preschool and General Manager, NOGGIN. “We have heard time and time again that offering our entertaining and educational programming during primetime hours is key for families and their schedules, and we think it’s an excellent way to kick off the New Year!”

The rundown for NOGGIN’s primetime movie marathon on Monday, Dec. 31, is:

6:00 – 7:30 p.m. (ET) “Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure” (*TV Premiere)
7:30 – 8:30 p.m. (ET) “Dora Saves the Mermaids”
8:30 – 9:00 p.m. (ET) “Save the Wonder Pets!”
9:00 – 10:30 p.m. (ET) “Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure”
10:30 – 11:00 P.M. (ET) “Great Jaguar Rescue”


In “Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure,” Franklin is on a holiday break from school when he receives a surprise visit from his Aunt Lucy, an explorer whose specialty is finding archaeological treasures. This family reunion gives Franklin’s Granny the chance to relive her own childhood. When she mentions a box filled with treasures that she buried at Turtle Lake as a child, Franklin is intrigued. When Granny falls ill and Aunt Lucy remembers a talisman that was hidden in the famous box, a treasure hunt becomes extremely important. Franklin decides immediately to hunt for this remedy which could save his grandmother. His friends Beaver and Bear accompany him, with Aunt Lucy and her goddaughter Samantha, a headstrong little turtle with whom Franklin has a hard time contending with. It’s a difficult journey, but Franklin is ready to do anything to help Granny and it also gives him the chance to make new friends.

NOGGIN, which originally launched February 2, 1999, is “like preschool on tv” and offers a place on-air and online where kids can gain key curricular knowledge in thematic blocks. Through interactivity and narrative, NOGGIN and its award-winning website, noggin.com, help kids learn early literacy, social studies, basic math, science, movement and art skills. The network’s approach is built on the concept of “connected learning”-- helping young children find learning in everything they do. The approach connects key educational content with experiences children know and love. Through a detailed, network-wide curricular framework, guided by national standards in preschool education, connected learning on NOGGIN makes the most of the time children spend watching TV and playing online.

NOGGIN currently features original programming including Jack’s Big Music Show, Oobi and The Upside Down Show, in addition to showcasing music from popular children’s recording artists like The Laurie Berkner Band. The network also offers hit shows including Bill Cosby’s Little Bill, Franklin, Max & Ruby, Little Bear, Pinky Dinky Doo, Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and Oswald, in addition to Nick Jr. favorites like Dora the Explorer, Go, Diego, Go!, The Wonder Pets!, Blue’s Clues and The Backyardigans.
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Gullah Gullah Island is back! That excites me. They need some classic Nick Jr. though.
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I don't like the fact that their doing it.
I always like to start the day with the "morning song" and end the day with the "good bye song".
I also think that most of the animated shorts they show inbetween shows like when Moose talks about the sun going down and Noggin's day almost being over won't be shown anymore.
Because it will now be 24/7 and I'll really miss stuff like that.
I hope they will keep other stuff like with counting,
Zee's book corner and not that it suddenly becomes a whole new Noggin.
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I don't like the fact that their doing it.
I always like to start the day with the "morning song" and end the day with the "good bye song".
I also think that most of the animated shorts they show inbetween shows like when Moose talks about the sun going down and Noggin's day almost being over won't be shown anymore.
Because it will now be 24/7 and I'll really miss stuff like that.
I hope they will keep other stuff like with counting,
Zee's book corner and not that it suddenly becomes a whole new Noggin.


I miss the Goodbye song too. I thought that I was the only one.
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The "goodbye song" would always remind me that the children's programming was going off the air and here comes FRESH PRINCE for several hours. I am so glad that Noggin went 24 hours. My son loves this channel. He has watched it since he was 8 months old. The programming is great. It is educational, fun and easy to follow. He learned so much. I have also purchased the Laurie Berkner DVD's and music CD's for him. The Wonder Pets and Backyardigans rule!!!! He also has all of those DVD's. The thing abt those shows, I have become to love them too. They are so entertaining.
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