Nick News

Nick News is a show that has aired on Nickelodeon since 1992. It is a news show that is for teenagers and older children so that they can follow along with popular topics in the world that are a little easier to understand. Linda Ellerbee is the host of the show, but there are segments where teens and kids are featured in segments. Teenagers are allowed to voice their opinions about popular topics that they see on the news, making it a show that opens the lines of communication with parents and their children. The show aired at night when it was on television. Some special episodes can now be seen, and they are free of commercials so that viewers get the information they need in a concise manner. One of the latest topics that has been discussed on the show is about lying to parents and how to have a better relationship with them.

Thursday 9:00 PM et/pt on Nickelodeon
9 Seasons, 79 Episodes
January 21, 1992
Cast: Linda Ellerbee
Nick News

Nick News Full Episode Guide

  • In this special we will get to know kids living in Cuba. What are their lives like? What do they think about us? What do they want us to know about them?

  • This special will examine Title IX and the effects (both positive and negative) that it has had on today's kids.

  • Presently there are as many Mexican immigrants leaving the US as there are entering. Plus, they're taking their American born kids with them. What is it like for these American kids now living in Mexico?

  • Gay students come forward to tell their stories and reveal what it is like to be a gay teenager.

  • Kids discuss the issue of animal testing for products that have human purposes.

  • Kids discuss peer pressure.

  • Exploring why young athletes are suffering more injuries and what happens if athletes play with these injuries.

  • A glimpse into the lives of child refugees who flee Syria to live in camps in Jordan.

  • A glimpse into the lives of child refugees who flee Syria to live in camps in Jordan.

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