To Swim for 20 More Shows

September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p40
This article reports that new installments of the Emmy Awards-nominated series, the number one show among children for the past three years, are expected to premiere sometime in the first quarter. first quarter. With the new shows, executive-produced by the TV program SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg, there will be total of 80 SpongeBob episodes, each broken down into a pair of two 11- minute segments. Launched in July 1999, the show, which airs on the television station Nick seven days a week, has been the top-rated kids' show on television for 11 consecutive quarters.


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