I Have Written A Book About ’90s Nickelodeon

This is entirely a bit of self-promotion, but I think it could be worthwhile for everybody involved as well. After all, I spend so much time writing about ‘90s Nickelodeon as is, and in a way I am. However, this time I am writing about another time where I wrote extensively about Nick in the ‘90s. That’s because I have a book out about ‘90s Nickelodeon that you can buy today.

Yes, it’s true. I have written a book about the Nickelodeon shows of the ‘90s. All of them. The book is called The Nickelodeon ‘90s: Cartoons, Game Shows and a Whole Bunch of Slime. I wrote an essay about every single show that aired original episodes on Nick in the 1990s. That means shows that started in the ‘80s like Hey Dude and shows that started at the end of the ‘90s and primarily aired afterwards like Rocket Power. I also dedicated a chapter to Nick Jr., Nick at Nite, and some more subjects related to ‘90s Nickelodeon.

It’s a book of TV criticism, history, and personal memories. Also, I talk about a bunch of other random stuff like old game shows, the Adam West Batman, and what have you. I decided to write The Nickelodeon ‘90s because I wanted a book like this to exist, then I found out it didn’t. As somebody who grew up watching the channel and has dedicated his adult life to writing about pop culture, I figured I could tackle it. I’m very happy with how it turned out.

If you watched Nickelodeon in the 1990s at all, this book is for you. The shows you loved are covered. The shows you didn’t like but watched anyway because it was the ‘90s and your options were limited are covered. You can buy The Nickelodeon ‘90s: Cartoons, Game Shows, and a Whole Bunch of Slime on all the major internet book retailers, plus directly from the publisher. To make things a little easier for you, here is the Amazon link, and here is the link to the publisher McFarland. I hope you buy the book, and I hope you enjoy it. Now that I’ve promoted myself, I can get back to the usual stuff I write about here. Like, um, ‘90s Nickelodeon, old game shows, and Adam West Batman.

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