If someone asked you about the channel SpongeBob SquarePants aired on, it wouldn't take more than a few seconds to answer – Nickelodeon. The channel may not have been as famous as the classic Cartoon Network, but it certainly gave us some really good and interesting shows that we wouldn't mind watching all over again even today.
Over the years, Nickelodeon's presence might have faded, but in the 90s and the beginning of the 2000s, it surely got us hooked to its shows. Lets stroll down memory lane and take a look at some Nickelodeon shows that have managed to stay with us.
Legends of the Hidden Temple
An action-adventure game show filled with lost treasures and guarded by enigmatic guards started with six teams competing with each other to enter the temple, performing tasks, answering questions based on mythology and geography and dodging the guards. The show made sure that we stayed glued to our seats.
One of the network's most loved show, Rugrats involved misadventures and imagination of a group of toddlers that included Tommy Pickles, the brave leader of the gang, two dirt-loving twins and always worried, Chuckie. This famous show also got its full-length feature film in 1998.
"Who loves orange soda?" You'd know the answer to that, if you ever followed the show. It revolved around two high school friends Keenan and Kel, and their antics, which would usually get them into trouble. The show was pure entertainment.
Drake & Josh
Undeniably one of the greatest shows of the 90s, Drake and Josh was a fun-packed one. The two stepbrothers sure knew how to tickle our funny bone. And how can we forget their little mischievous sister, Megan who was way smarter than the two and was always up to some prank.
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
As teenagers, most of us would have been afraid to watch this show, and yet we wouldn't miss it. Scary as it might be, we'd still catch the creepy, mysterious and spine-chilling tales that the group of teens on the show had to share.