Nickelodeon is now available to watch on Netflix

Remember when you were a kid and watched Nickelodeon all day? You might recall watching shows such as Victorious, Sam & Cat and Bella and the Bulldogs. Well, now they’re on Netflix. Only one click and you’ll have yourself a mini-marathon. Plus the addition of the movies, Liar, Liar, Vampire, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, Jinxed, Big Time Movie, 100 Things to do Before High School and A Fairly Odd Summer. 

Sam & Cat is a mini-series based on iCarly’s Sam Puckett and Victorious’ Cat Valentine who come together as roommates in Los Angeles. They have a babysitting business called “Sam and Cat’s Super Rocking Fun Time Babysitting Service” to earn extra cash. The girls embark on a journey of fun while facing many dilemmas. 

Bella and the Bulldogs is a series based on cheerleader Bella Dawson. Her life in Texas takes an unexpected turn when she’s recruited to become the new quarterback for her school’s football team, the Bulldogs. 

Liar, Liar, Vampire is a movie about an introverted seventeen-year-old who switches schools, but the most popular girl mistakes him for a vampire. His supernatural persona helps him rule the school, but as word spreads, the truth becomes harder to hide.

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf is a movie with high school girl-geek Jordan who becomes a werewolf after moving to Romania. She must elude her own brother, who sets out to slay her.

Jinxed is a short movie about a teen girl, Meg who embarks on an adventure to break her family’s curse of never-ending bad luck, with the help of her younger brother, Charlie. 

Big Time Movie is based off the show Big Time Rush. The movie follows the boys on their world tour, journey in London, but when their luggage is mixed up they find themselves having to save the planet.

100 Things to do Before High School is a short film about three students who have been warned about the dangers of high school and decide to make the best of their middle-school years. 

A Fairly Odd Summer stars Drake Bell, who plays Timmy Turner. He goes to Hawaii with his gang of fairies and discovers the source of all fairy magic is in dangerous hands.

These are all great shows and movies to either watch or rewatch. I personally recommend watching the show Victorious. Victorious is set at a gifted school named, Hollywood Arts. Tori Vega, Cat Valentine, Jade West, Beck Oliver, Andre Harris and Robbie Shapiro all showcase their special talents throughout the show. Victorious is relatable to many teen problems along with singing and comedy. The Victorious soundtrack is my favorite: the lyrics are well written and the actual songs sound amazing. 

My personal favorite songs on the soundtrack include, “Best Friends Brother (BFB),” “Take A Hint,” “Beggin’ on Your Knees” and “Freak the Freak Out.” “Best Friends Brother” is about Tori Vega’s interest in her best friend’s brother. “Take A Hint” focuses on rejection and how no means no. “Beggin’ on Your Knees” is for all the girls who have been used by boys and know they deserve better. “Freak the Freak Out” aims at feeling like an outcast and never being heard or noticed. 

Nickelodeon brings back many memories teenagers have of their childhoods. Now that we’re older, rewatching these shows gives us a better understanding of the actual show. It’s intriguing to see where all these Nickelodeon stars are now and how successful they have or have not become. If you have Netflix, definitely watch some Nickelodeon shows in your free time. I promise you will not regret it!