10 Nickelodeon Shows That Were Supposed To Look Completely Different SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/xsXMP6qQv-w : These Nickelodeon shows could have turned out totally different from the shows you know and love! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
Over the years, Nickelodeon has created many iconic characters. There’s SpongeBob. Tommy. Arnold. And for the young ones: Blue. But through the development process, these characters were supposed to look very different than the results we saw on-screen. The Rgurats was one of the first Nicktoons to ever be commissioned by Nickelodeon and the show went through a lot during the development process. Show creators Gábor Csupó and Arlene Klasky were actually working on The Simpsons before Rugrats — clearly finding some inspiration through the pacifier sucking antics of little Maggie. SpongeBob Squarepants has been airing on Nick for over 20 years now, but the show took several years before that before it would become the iconic cartoon multiple generations grew up on. Show creator Stephen Hillenburg originally worked as an educator at the Ocean Institute before diving into the world of animation. It was there where he developed the character of SpongeBob through an educational comic story known as The Intertidal Zone. In it, SpongeBob was not square and didn’t wear a tie — he was more circular and true to an ocean sponge more than one of the kitchen variety. One of Nick’s newest hits is the Loud House — following the adventures of Lincoln Loud, the only boy among ten other siblings. Well, the Loud House could have A LOT louder if the original production went forward the way it was supposed to. Instead being actual humans, The Loud House was going to feature a whole family of bunnies — who pretty much lived and acted like humans — well besides munching on raw carrots a little more than usual.
From major character changes to huge plot developments, watch and learn how some of your favorite Nickelodeon shows of all-time were supposed to look completely different!
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