Nickelodeon orders more Sam & Cat, NFL Rush Zone

Nickelodeon has commissioned 20 additional episodes of its comedy Sam & Cat, which is currently ranked as the network's number-one live-action series. Twenty episodes of NFL Rush Zone are also in the works.
July 12, 2013

Nickelodeon has commissioned 20 additional episodes of its comedy Sam & Cat (pictured), which is currently ranked as the network’s number-one live-action series.

The iCarly and Victorious spinoff series, created by executive producer Dan Schneider (iCarly, VictoriousDrake & Josh, Zoey 101) airs regularly on Saturdays and is averaging 3.7 million viewers since launching on June 8. The premiere episode of the series hit the number-one spot on the iTunes TV episode chart.

Brand-new episodes of Sam & Cat will continue to roll out this year and will debut on global Nick channels beginning in October.

Similarly, 20 episodes of NFL Rush Zone, co-produced by Nickelodeon, the NFL and Rollman Entertainment, are also in the works. The animated show’s third season, NFL Rush Zone: Guardians Unleashed, based on the NFL’s online world for kids, will debut this fall on NickToons and NFL Network.

NFL Rush Zone is available on and following each episode’s on-air premiere. And full-length episodes will also be available on the Nick App the day after premieres.

Meanwhile, new weekly episodes from season two of NFL Rush Zone: Season of the Guardians will return to Nicktoons on July 14 and will re-air on NFL Network on July 20. All 32 NFL teams will be showcased throughout the series, which continues to feature NFL Films game footage.

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