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List of Nickelodeon original films

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A number of television films, and long-form special episodes of television series, have been produced for the United States cable network Nickelodeon since 1998, and have been broadcast under the banner "Nickelodeon Original Movie".[1]

1990s

  1. Doom Runners (April 25, 1998)[2][3]

2000s

2000

  1. Cry Baby Lane (October 28, 2000)[4]

2001

  1. As Told by Ginger: Summer of Camp Caprice (July 7, 2001)
  2. The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie (August 18, 2001)

2002

  1. Rocket Power: Race Across New Zealand (February 16, 2002)

2003

2004

2006

2007

2008

2009

  1. Spectacular! (February 16, 2009)[21]
  2. Mr. Troop Mom (June 19, 2009)[22]

2010s

2010

  1. School Gyrls (February 21, 2010)[23]
  2. Fred: The Movie (September 18, 2010)[24]
  3. The Boy Who Cried Werewolf (October 23, 2010)[25]
  4. A Very School Gyrls Holla-Day (December 4, 2010)[26]

2011

2012

2013

  1. Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure (May 20, 2013)[33]
  2. Nicky Deuce (May 27, 2013)[37]
  3. House of Anubis: Touchstone of Ra (U.S.: June 17, 2013[38]/UK: June 14, 2013[39])
  4. Swindle (August 24, 2013)[40]
  5. Jinxed (November 29, 2013)[41]

2014

  1. Terry the Tomboy (June 21, 2014)[42]
  2. A Fairly Odd Summer (August 2, 2014)[43]
  3. Santa Hunters (November 28, 2014)[44]

2015

  1. Splitting Adam (February 16, 2015)[45]
  2. Genie in a Bikini (May 25, 2015)[46]
  3. One Crazy Cruise (June 19, 2015)[47][48]
  4. The Massively Mixed-Up Middle School Mystery (August 1, 2015)[49]
  5. Liar, Liar, Vampire (October 12, 2015)[50]

2016

  1. Rufus (January 18, 2016)[51][52]
  2. Lost in the West (May 28–30, 2016) (miniseries[53][54])
  3. Legends of the Hidden Temple (November 26, 2016)[55]
  4. Albert (December 9, 2016)[56]

2017

  1. Rufus 2 (January 16, 2017)[57]
  2. Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library (October 9, 2017)[58][59]
  3. Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie (November 24, 2017)[60][61]
  4. Tiny Christmas (December 2, 2017)[62]

2018

  1. Blurt! (February 19, 2018)[63][64]

2019

  1. Bixler High Private Eye (January 21, 2019)[65][66]
  2. Lucky (March 8, 2019)[67]

2020s

2021

  1. A Loud House Christmas (November 26, 2021)[68][69]

See also

References

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