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Nickelodeon India

current logo used from 2009.
Launched 23 April 1990
Owned by Viacom International (1999-2007)
Viacom 18 (2007-Current)
Picture format 16:9 (576i, SDTV)
Country India
Language Hindi
Broadcast area India
Sri Lanka
British Indian Ocean Territory
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Sister channel(s) Sonic Nickelodeon
VH1 India
MTV India
Nick Jr India
Teen Nick India
Website .com.nickindiawww
Airtel digital TV Channel 358
Dish TV Channel 518
Reliance Digital TV Channel 609
Sun Direct Channel 530
Tata Sky Channel 609
Videocon d2h Channel 507
UCS (Bangladesh) Channel 19
Available on most cable providers Check local listings for channels
In Digital Channel 323
(Sri Lanka)
Channel 60

Nickelodeon India or Nick is a television channel devoted to children in India based in Mumbai. It is part of Viacom 18. Nickelodeon India is available in four languages (English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu).


  • Background 1
  • Programing 2
    • Current shows 2.1
    • Live-action 2.2
    • Animated shows 2.3
    • Upcoming shows 2.4
      • Movies 2.4.1
    • Former shows 2.5
  • References 3


Nickelodeon India is a television channel devoted to children in India. Nick India contains a lot of cartoon programmes that appeal to children such as SpongeBob SquarePants and Ninja Hattori-kun. In addition, there are educational shows for toddlers, like Dora The Explorer, are featured in Nick India's pre-school block, Nick Jr. Nickelodeon India now broadcasts programmes aimed at preschoolers in Nick Jr. and teen programmes in Teen Nick. This has been done so that the content can be divided to the appropriate age group. When the channel was launched, it aired mostly original programs. A few of them are Klasky Csupo programs, like Rugrats, Aaahh! Real Monsters, As told by Ginger, Rocket Power, The Wild Thornberrys and other animated shows like The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Rocko's Modern Life, Angry Beavers, CatDog, Hey Arnold!, The Fairly Odd Parents and Danny Phantom. The network used to air live action shows as well, such as Kenan & Kel, Drake and Josh, Clarissa Explains It All, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Nick Bites and many more.


Current shows


Animated shows

Upcoming shows


  • Motu Patlu: Kung Fu King[1]

Former shows


  1. ^ "Motu Patlu KungFu Kings". October 2014. Retrieved 18 October 2014. 
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