Thursday, June 27, 2013

Nick Star Lucas Cruickshank Hints That Nickelodeon May Not Renew "Marvin Marvin" For Second Season

Nickelodeon Star Lucas Cruickshank ("Fred: The Show"), who plays Marvin Forman in Nick's live-action original comedy series, "Marvin Marvin", has hinted in a Tweet (post) on his official Twitter profile page (@LucasCruikshank) that Nickelodeon may have decided to cancel and not renew "Marvin, Marvin" for a second season ("Marvin Marvin" season 2). In his Tweet, below, Lucas Cruickshank also took the opportunity to express his love for his fans:
I've been a Nickelodeon boy for years and today it came to an end. So excited for new beginnings. Love you all!
The above Nickelodeon News comes hot of the heels after it was revealed that Nick's hit musical comedy series "Big Time Rush" would be ending after the shows fourth season, which is currently airing on Nick USA every Thursday as part of "Big Time Thursdays". It is also unknown whether Nickelodeon will renew their popular mystery drama series "House of Anubis" for a fourth season. Brad Kavanagh announced in a recent TwitCam chat session that no-one knows yet if Nickelodeon will make "House of Anubis" season 4. It has also been announced that Nickelodeon has cancelled "Supah Ninjas", which Nick USA recently premiered the series finale episode of, titled "The Floating Sword", which featured a cliff-hanger. Other shows recently cancelled by Nickelodeon include "Victorious", "Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures", and "How To Rock".

Although Nickelodeon has ended many shows from their live-action programming slate, Nickelodeon has a few brand new live-action shows in the pipeline, including "The Haunted Hathaways" and "The Thundermans", which Nick USA is slated to start to premiere and show from Fall (Autumn 2013), and the brand new unscripted reality video series "AwesomenessTV", which, starring Daniella Monet, Nickelodeon USA will premiere on Monday 1st July 2013 at 8:00pm (ET/PT). Segments of the show will include character sketches, celebrity satires and parody music videos.