TeenNick New Live Channel On Amos 3/7 at 4.0°W New TP Frequency Here Transponder 2018
The channel was originally known as TEENick from March 4, 2001 (when it originally launched as a program block on Nickelodeon) to February 1, 2009, and The N from April 1, 2002, (when it originally launched as a program block on Noggin (now Nick Jr.)) to September 28, 2009. TeenNick's name was taken from the former "TEENick" program block, which aired on parent channel Nickelodeon from 2001 to 2009.
As of February 2015, TeenNick is available to approximately 72.3 million pay television households (62.1% of households with television) in the United States.
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TeenNick New Live Channel On Amos 3/7 at 4.0°W New TP Frequency 2018
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TeenNick's primary schedule runs from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. As of 2017, its programming consists almost entirely of reruns of Nickelodeon's current and recent first-run live-action sitcoms, programmed in multi-hour blocks of the same show. The longest-running series on TeenNick's schedule, the last remaining charter program on the channel and the centerpiece of its program lineup, was Degrassi, the installment of a long-running Canadian teen drama franchise that has run on the channel from 2002 when the channel originated as The N until 2015. The second longest running series (shown as reruns) is iCarly which has been airing since 2008 and became the longest running series on TeenNick on January 1, 2018. Other long-running series include Zoey 101 which ran on TeenNick for 4 years from 2005-2008 and Drake & Josh which ran from 2004-2007
TeenNick has more relaxed programming content standards than the rest of the Nickelodeon channels, except for Nick at Nite, whose content standards are both similar to that of TeenNick; however, TeenNick has had increasingly fewer series that feature objectional content (e.g. profanity or sexual content) airing as part of its schedule during the 2010s to date, compared to its program inventory prior to the 2009 rebrand (largely due to the increased prevalence of Nickelodeon original series on the schedule) – with shows incorporating such content primarily being limited to certain nighttime slots.
Most of the programs that had been airing on The N remained on TeenNick, with some slight changes for scheduling purposes and possible new future programming, including the re-acquisition of partial cable rights to the early 2000s sitcom, One on One (which had previously aired on The N), and a shift of Full House, which had formerly aired on Nick at Nite and began to air on the channel in August 2009, shortly before the conversion from The N to TeenNick. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, a longtime mainstay of The N, moved to TBS, Disney XD, and ABC Family (now Freeform) in September 2009 upon the expiration of Viacom's rights to the series. On April 20, 2011, TeenNick announced that it had acquired the rights to air Buffy the Vampire Slayer starting that May, though this was short-lived and it returned to FX (and later, Pivot) within a matter of months.