'90s Nickelodeon shows are now on a streaming service, meaning you can binge Clarissa Explains It All right now
All your favorite ’90s and early aughts Nickelodeon shows just joined streaming service VRV, and for the low price of $6 a month, you can watch nostalgic Nick classics like All That, CatDog, Legends of the Hidden Temple, The Amanda Show, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Clarissa Explains It All, Doug, Kenan & Kel, Rocko’s Modern Life…the list goes on.
This channel is ideal for millennials who want to re-live their youth or for millennials who want to show All That to their kids like “back in my day, we didn’t have YouTubers…”
Nickelodeon isn’t launching its own streaming service like Disney is about to do, but will live on the NickSplat channel on VRV, an animation-focused streaming service. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the NickSplat channel will have over 30 of your favorite nostalgic series, and you can subscribe to VRV for $10 a month, which includes NickSplat, or buy it as a standalone channel for $6.
It should be noted that some Nickelodeon shows like Doug, Hey Arnold!, and Rugrats are currently available to stream on Hulu.
We’re obviously stoked to have a platform to watch The Amanda Show over and over again, but also—how many streaming networks can one household own? Most people already have Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Showtime, and HBO, as well as YouTube Premium or Crackle, and soon, Disney. It’s nearly $100 just to watch from all the streaming platforms, and that’s not including a basic cable subscription.
We guess this is the future, and where else are we going to watch The Wild Thornberrys? Sign us up.