SNICK, on Nickelodeon
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This was a Saturday night block of mostly live-action programming, plus a few animated series. It debuted in August 1992, and ended in August 2004. However, I didn't have access to Nickelodeon until fall of 1995, so there were plenty of things I never had a chance to see.
The initial lineup included "Roundhouse" (1992-95), which I've never seen. And Clarissa Explains it All (1991-94), which I had been aware of long before I ever got the channel, but it was over before I did. I eventually saw a bit of that show in reruns, but not as much as I might have liked to. And there was the animated "The Ren & Stimpy Show" (1991-95), which I was also aware of before I ever got to see it. I know that was pretty popular, but from what little I have seen, I never really cared for it. And there was "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" (1990-96), which I think I may have seen a little bit of, but not as much as I might have liked.
"The Adventures of Pete & Pete" (1993-96) debuted, but I've never had a chance to see that. I don't think I'd even heard of it until several years after it ended, but I could be wrong about that.
The Secret World of Alex Mack (1994-98) debuted, and that's one I'm fairly sure I'd heard of before I got the channel. After I did get it, I watched the series as much as possible. This was also the year that the sketch show "All That" (1994-2005) debuted, but I never saw much of it, and was never all that interested in it. But it did launch a few other Nick series, as well as the careers of a lot of young actors.
In spring 96, "Space Cases" (1996-97) debuted, and I think I might have seen one episode of it, I'm not sure. If I did, I probably didn't like it, but I now I kinda wish I could give it another chance (mainly because one of its stars was Jewel Staite).
"Kenan & Kel" (1996-2000) debuted; the leads had formerly been on "All That." Another debut was "The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo" (1996-98), of which I must have watched at least one episode. I don't remember how much it interested me, but over the years I've occasionally thought of it and wished I'd have another chance to see it. Another debut was the animated "KaBlam!" (1996-2000), though I don't recall ever seeing any of that.
The animated "Rugrats" (1991-2004) joined the lineup, but I saw very little of that (and I don't remember if I ever watched it as part of this block or not). I just wasn't that into it. The Journey of Allen Strange (1997-2000) debuted this year, and I definitely liked that, though I don't remember if I managed to see more than the first season. I certainly don't think I saw the third.
"Animorphs" (1998-2000) debuted, and I feel like I probably saw at least one episode, but I don't remember. If I did, I don't think I cared for it.
The sketch show "The Amanda Show" (1999-2002) debuted; its lead was Amanda Bynes, who had been on "All That." Another debut was "100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd" (1999-2002), but I'm pretty sure I never saw any of that.
"Noah Knows Best" (2000-01) debuted, but I never saw that. Another debut was Caitlin's Way (2000-02). The animated SpongeBob SquarePants (1999-present) joined the lineup in early 2001, I think. But I generally don't think of that as a SNICK show. I haven't seen a lot of it, and I'm not sure how much (if any) that I did watch was during this block. (Maybe most of what I watched was during the block, maybe a little, maybe none of it.)
Over the next few years, there would be some changes to the block, I guess. All the stuff I've said is, of course, stuff I read on Wikipedia. But after the 2000 season, nothing Wikipedia says seems worth mentioning, to me. However, TeenNick aired a block called The '90s are All That from July 2011 to October 2015 (when it was rebranded as The Splat). The block aired reruns of a lot of the shows that had previously aired on SNICK and Nicktoons. Of course, I don't get TeenNick, so I haven't been able to see any of the block (by either name).