Welcome to B.S.N.: Brain Storm News. I'm Ruben Falcon.
Breaking News; According to a recent article on Nickandmore.com, Nickelodeon has done a lot more changes to its schedule. And so much of it is great for nostalgia fans.
First off, the infamous "Peppa Pig", who had been hogging timelines since about earlier this year, had been reduced to just 4 timelines per day. For those of you who don't know, Peppa had gotten a load of timelines in Nick Jr since the beginning of the year. This caused a huge uproar in the community of Nick Jr fans, even with local deviantartists, and who, along with us here in the studio, show a downright hatred for the show. Some of the most common complaints about Peppa Pig involves its poor animation and the fact that almost every episode feels as if they're the exact same episode. One of the strangest things about this whole event is that it was rumored that Nick did it in order to get more ratings than the Disney Junior channel. Luckily, it finally got though their heads that you don't get ratings by playing everyone's least favorite show.
Other in others news, this Monday was the 18th anniversary of "Blue's Clues". And to celebrate, they put "Blue's Clues" back on the regular schedule. With episodes on both Joe and Steve's side of the series. And speaking of old shows that star animated dogs, "T.U.F.F. Puppy" is back on the air. And to get more info on both sides of the coin, we'll go to our field corespondent, Savannah.
Savannah: "Thanks, Ruben. We're here, not-live, at the HQ of the Turbo Undercover Fighting Force, where we're having an exclusive interview with Kitty Katswell; one of the stars of 'T.U.F.F. Puppy'. And, honestly, a real fan favorite. And a fan of this reporter."
: "Aw, thanks, Savannah. And thanks for having me."
Savannah: "It's our pleasure, Kitty. So, what's your opinion on the show getting back on the air?"
: "Well, it's not that big of a deal when it comes to the timeline. We're on at about 4:30 am."
Savannah: "Well, at least you'll be big in the owl demographic. *Giggle*"
Savannah: "...Guess I should leave the puns to Ruben."
Yeah, maybe you should.
: "Well, anyways. I am glad that we're back on the air and a lot longer. Hopefully the ratings will go up enough to convince Nick to renew us for a 4th season."
Savannah: "We hope for the best, Kitty. At Petropolis, I'm Savannah; Channel 326, Brain Storm News."
In other news and in another article, a pole was set to the prediction of the ratings of the 2 upcoming sitcoms, "Henry Danger" and "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, & Dawn". The highest prediction for both shows is that they'll get under 2.000 million hits, which is the lowest option on the pole. "Henry Danger" got 44.64% on that option while "Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, & Dawn" got 52.73%. This could be sign that no one really has that much faith for either of these series. But, then again, one is about a boy who's a superhero's sidekick while the other is about 4 kid siblings. Both of these tactics have been done before. So much that they're both cliches. So it may be possible that these series could end up being like the kind of sitcom that not only has a boring premise but ends up bombing. But this is all speculation. There could be a chance that one or both of these shows could end up being considered good. But at this point, it doesn't look too good.
And that's all for now. This is Ruben Falcon, signing off saying "If it ain't B.S.N., it's just BS". Goodnight, everybody.