[11/09/12 - 08:00 AM]
Alien Boy Invades Nickelodeon in New Out of This World Comedy, "Marvin Marvin," Starring Lucas Cruikshank, Premiering Saturday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 PM (ET/PT)
Pat Finn, Mim Drew, Victory Van Tuyl, Jacob Bertrand, Casey Sander and Camille Spirlin also star.

[07/12/12 - 12:34 PM]
"Fred 3: Camp Fred," Premieres on Saturday, July 28, at 8 P.M. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon
Tom Arnold, John Cena, Charlie Carver, Daniella Monet, Carlos Knight and Jake Weary also star in the project.

[04/10/12 - 11:14 PM]
Q1 in Review/Q2 in Preview: MTV, Nickelodeon, OWN, Oxygen, Showtime, Spike TV, Starz & Syfy
A look at what's ahead on the cable channels, plus a recap of their ratings to date this year.

[03/27/12 - 09:01 AM]
Nickelodeon Brings Upfront Presentation to Los Angeles, Announcing 650 Episodes of New Content and Returning Hits
Highlights include new episodes of "iCarly," "Victorious," "Big Time Rush" and "Supah Ninjas."

[03/14/12 - 01:21 PM]
Nickelodeon Unveils Plans at Annual Upfront for More than 650 New Episodes Across Every Genre
Highlights include new seasons of "iCarly," "Victorious," "Big Time Rush" and "Supah Ninjas" plus newcomer "Marvin, Marvin."

[02/28/12 - 11:55 AM]
Nickelodeon Wins February With Kids and Total Viewers
Nickelodeon spins the numbers for the month of February.

[02/22/12 - 09:01 AM]
"The X Factor" Singing Sensation Rachel Crow Signed by Nickelodeon for Television Deal and Sony Music for Recording Deal With Columbia Records/Syco
As part of the pact, Nickelodeon is developing a comedy series for Crow, who will also recur on "Fred: The Show."

[02/14/12 - 10:12 AM]
Nickelodeon's All-New Comedy Series, "Fred: The Show," Premieres Monday, Feb. 20 at 8 P.M.
Following the premiere, the show will air regularly on Fridays at 8:00/7:00c beginning February 24.

[01/14/12 - 10:32 AM]
Nickelodeon Greenlights Two Comedy Projects Starring Internet Sensation Lucas Cruikshank AKA Fred
"Marvin, Marvin" stars Cruikshank as "a quirky, intergalactic new kid in school who clumsily tries to adapt to his new life as a human teenager."

[12/01/11 - 11:09 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 1
Updates include: Nickelodeon orders "Fred" series, third movie; trio join MTV's "Teen Wolf" cast; and Sheryl Crow to visit ABC's "GCB."

9/18/10 - 8/3/12
canceled/ended (2011-2012 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (24 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
a show on hiatus for longer than 12 months - without any news about its future - is assumed to be canceled
(from Nickelodeon's press release, July 2012) School's out for the summer and the fast-talking, hyper teenager "Fred Figglehorn" is headed to camp in the brand-new TV movie starring internet sensation Lucas Cruikshank, Fred 3: Camp Fred, premiering Sat., July 28, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. Based on one of the most popular internet characters of all time, the third installment of the hit TV movie franchise also features Tom Arnold as Floyd the camp director, WWE Superstar John Cena as Fred's imaginary dad, Charlie Carver (Desperate Housewives) as Hugh Thompson the resident jock, Daniella Monet (Victorious) as Fred's sassy best friend Bertha, Jake Weary (As the World Turns) and Carlos Knight (Supah Ninjas) as Fred's rivals. In Fred 3: Camp Fred, Fred's mom (Siobhan Fallon Hogan) enrolls him in the world's worst summer camp - the dilapidated Camp Iwannapeepee. Fred is miserable until he meets a motley group of campers who teach him what camp is really about - making new friends. Together, Fred and his new friends, "Magoo" (Joey Bragg), "Dig" (Adrian Kali Turner, Bad Teacher, The Walking Dead), "Spoon" (Leah Lewis), and "Chatter" (Matthew Scott Miller), are determined to muster up the strength and confidence to beat their rivals at the nearby posh Camp Superior in the annual Summer Camp Games.
· Lucas Cruikshank as Fred
· Brian Robbins as EP
· Evan Weiss as EP
· Gary Binkow as EP
· Sharla Sumpter-Bridgett as EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Collective, The
· Varsity Pictures