SpongeBob SquarePants

(1999)

‘Spongebob Squarepants’ Renewed for Ninth Season

Nickelodeon has renewed the hit animated series SpongeBob SquarePants for a ninth season today, which will begin airing in 2012. The 26-episode order will drive the series past the 200 episode milestone.

Stephen Hillenburg created the series and Paul Tibbitt took over the day-to-day responsibilities after the third season. SpongeBob SquarePants will air its latest animated special, The Legend of Bikini Bottom on January 28.

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‘SpongeBob SquarePants: Truth or Square’ Squirts Onto DVD November 10th

For those of you still cheering SpongeBob SquarePants' big win at this year's Teen Choice Awards, now you have something else to cheer about! Paramount Home Video has just announced another SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon collection titled "Truth or Square", which will hit DVD on November 10th.

This upcoming disc will feature five new-to-DVD episodes, as well as a whole host of exciting special features. If you've been collecting these SpongeBob SquarePants stand-alone discs, this is one you are not going to want to miss. Its full of the same hilarity and slapstick we've all come to know and love.

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‘Twilight’ Takes Home 11 ‘Teen Choice 2009’ Awards

Choice Fab-u-lous!

TEEN CHOICE 2009 is executive-produced by Bob Bain and Michael Burg. Paul Flattery serves as producer, Kelly Brock is co-producer and Greg Sills serves as supervising producer.

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SDCC 2009: The Full Sunday Schedule Released!

Comic-Con has announced their full programming lineup for Sunday, July 26. You can check out the full schedule if you CLICK HERE, but below you can take a look at all of the film and TV-related panels and other happenings.

Sunday, July 26

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SDCC 2009: Official Saturday Schedule Announced

Comic-Con has announced their full programming lineup for Saturday, July 25. You can check out the full schedule if you CLICK HERE, but below you can take a look at all of the film and TV-related panels and other happenings.

- Is animation growing up, or is a PG-13 rating just an excuse for cartoon writers to use bad words and graphically kill off their characters? Alan Burnett (Green Lantern: First Flight), Matt Wayne (Hellboy: Sword of Storms), Michael Jelenic (Wonder Woman), Charles Horn (Robot Chicken), Paul Dini (Return of the Joker), Greg Johnson (The Ultimate Avengers, Invincible Iron Man, Doctor Strange), and Stan Berkowitz (Justice League: The New Frontier, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies) will answer this as well as other, more serious questions about this new genre (if you don't count 1972's Fritz the Cat). Spoiler alert: Expect these writers to announce lots of exciting new projects. Room 3

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