With three new channels from the Nickelodeon cosmos, the Pluto TV streaming service brings back the squeaky, shrill cartoon television of the nineties, the teen sitcoms of yesteryear and more content for children and the young at heart.
Characters with the most absurd head shapes (“football skull”) and domesticity (“Who lives in a pineapple, deep in the sea?”) Populated the postmodern derailed picture worlds of cartoons in the nineties. The decade after the Cold War was bright and crazy – and the world was suddenly a playground for absurd reverie. Many long-grown children of the corresponding era continue to indulge in the hopeful and naive carelessness of these colorful mind games and continue to worship, iconize and recite the television program of these days long past.
At Pluto TV, the style blooms of this strange era of tele-pop culture are floating from today August 3rd again, because with various parts of the 90s cult station Nickelodeon’s “Spongebob”, the “Hero Turtles”, “Hey Arnold!” and “Rocko’s Modern Life” can review again – and this on three channels.
The provider of the ad-based streaming service describes its latest content enhancements as follows:
Nick Jr. Pluto TV
“Nick Jr. Pluto TV is great entertainment for the youngest. Here viewers learn animals and their properties with Go, Diego, Go! get to know better, get first insights into Chinese culture with Ni hao, Kai-lan or solve math puzzles with Team Umizoomi. Also included: Blue’s Clues – blue and smart, Zack & Quack and Barnyard – the crazy farm. ”
Nick Pluto TV
“Nick Pluto TV shows the full range of Nickelodeon: from current hits and long-running favorites, such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, SpongeBob Squarepants and The Adventures of Kid Danger, to popular cartoon classics of the 90s like Hey Arnold! or Rocko’s modern life. ”
“Do you remember? The series you grew up with – all on a new channel! At Nick Rewind, Instant Mom, Clarissa, True Jackson, iCarly and many more are waiting. on you. Rewinds mentally back to your teenage years and meets your favorite characters on Pluto TV again. “
Pluto TV is available for its German-speaking viewers via Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Sky Ticket and as a mobile app in the App Store and Google Play Store.
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