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Noah Knows Best

Noah Knows Best
Genre Comedy
Created by Ken Lipman
Starring Phillip Van Dyke
Rachel Roth
Richard Kline
Willie Green
Marcia Strassman
Stacy Meadows
Cori Yarckin
Dempsey Pappion
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Ken Lipman
Running time 25 Minutes
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original release October 7, 2000 – January 6, 2001

Noah Knows Best is an American television series that aired on Nickelodeon. The show premiered on October 7, 2000 and was canceled with five unaired episodes out of thirteen produced, due to low ratings. The show starred Phillip Van Dyke as the title character, Noah. It is known as the male version of Nickelodeon's earlier hit series Clarissa Explains It All. It has been long considered to be the shortest running show to air on Nickelodeon, but has since been beaten in terms of both the amount of episodes and the length of its existence by the short lived Rugrats spin off Rugrats Pre-School Daze in 2005. The show was recorded at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida and was the last sitcom of its kind to be taped there as the concept was too outdated by its time of premiering. It was one of the last shows to premiere on Nickelodeon's Saturday Night block, SNICK.


Season 1: 2000-2001

-13 episodes

  1. The Tickets
  2. The Computer
  3. Noah Knows Politics
  4. Door to Door
  5. Three's Company
  6. Pink Slip-Up
  7. Slices of Life
  8. Lost Night
  9. The Final Insult
  10. Slam Book
  11. Noah's Art
  12. Clipped in the Wings
  13. The Tutor

Broadcast History

The show only lasted for a few months on Nickelodeon, from October 2000 to January 2001. Many argue that this is because Noah Knows Best was based on the same show formula as Clarissa Explains it All which premiered back in 1991. The poor ratings resulted in the quick cancellation of the show, making it the shortest living show to exist on Nickelodeon. The show hasn't been broadcast on Nickelodeon or any of its sister networks since. There is no news if it'll return on the '90s Are All That block on Teenick.



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