I'm actually surprised that there haven't been more layoffs at Nick, especially in Animation. They virtually have no shows. When I started 9 years ago there were more than 12 animated shows in production. Now there are only 3 or 4, at best. There has been talk of "lots of shows coming into the pipeline" but year after year it proves to be a lie. They best start greenlighting some content. I still don't understand how so many people have jobs but there is not content being produced.
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Oh, now that makes sense. I suspected the new building was just to attract a buyer.
They're not going to invest into something they will be selling off to Amazon. It's a waiting game now on when it will happen. There's no question if it will happen. It's something openly discussed in some KF circles.
There’s no better sign of a vibrant culture full of creativity and ideas than rebooting every f---ing show on television.