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10 Best Nickelodeon Shows From The 2000s: Avatar Ranks Number 1

10 Best Nickelodeon Shows From The 2000s That Will Surely Bring Back Fond Memories.

There are three channels that made the childhood of every child born within the year 1990 to 1999 and those channels are namely, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel, and Nickelodeon. These stations played such an important role in your childhood and every one of us certainly had our favorite shows from the 2000s. Some have been able to stay on to date whilst some have been canceled. Shows like Zoey 101 defined an era and had fans heartbroken when the news of its cancellation was announced.

Several live-action shows have now become classics and have fans who are still loyal to them even in their adulthood. Some of these adults rewatch these shows and others still keep up with some of them on the channels. There were so many shows that defined that era and therefore very hard to keep track of them. So for you who loved or still loves your Nickelodeon shows, here is a list of Nickelodeon shows during the 2000s that will bring back great memories.

10 iCarly (2007):

Icarly holds such a special place in most of our hearts when one looks back at the show one would realize some tiny little errors and inconsistencies but that never stopped us from loving it.

Icarly centered around Carly Shay and two of her best friends, Sam and Freddie who developed an online web show they titled iCarly. In a few days after they created the web show, the quickly became an internet sensation with guests ranging from teenagers with weird talents, musicians, and politicians coming on the show. The show also takes a peak in their life outside the show, their schools, and the usual teenage drama.

9. The Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2002):

We all wanted to be Jimmy Neutron at some point, it was on our bucket list. Creating cool gadgets and influencing the world from our room just made a lot of sense to us.

Jimmy Neutron simply worked well with audiences, there was an immediate attraction for the show.

The 11year old Jimmy Neutron is a genius with a thing for investing cool gadgets and other things. However, his intentions never actually go as planned. Although Jimmy deals with the usual kid troubles having to go to school is a big one as he has to deal with bullies. With Sheen and Carl, his friends by his side, Jimmy seems to get along just fine.

8. The Amanda Show (1999):

The Amanda Show was one show that certainly ranks one of the top chaotic and bizarre shows on Nickelodeon. It was full of laughter and fun. The show was a live-action comedy skit starring Amanda Bynes and popular Nickelodeon actors such as Drake Bell and Nancy Sullivan. The show is what you would call a show within a show.

Amanda Bynes played the role of a host of broadcast television that cuts to comedy skits.

7. Rocket Power (1999):

For some, this show isn't exactly one they can properly recollect. But many resonate with the show for its strong ties to friendship and trials of growing up. Like most shows, it revolves around the day-to-day activities of the lives of four best friends.

6. Danny Phantom (2004):

Like Jimmy Neutron, Danny Phantom simply resonated with fans, a new type of hero that simply caught the attention of kids. That animate action-adventure series follows the life of a 14yearold boy called Danny Fenton who becomes a human-ghost hybrid after a freak accident with a portal between what is referred to as the "human world and the Ghost Zone."

With his newfound powers and the aid of his two best friends, Sam Manson and Tucker Foley, Danny fights ghosts who try to attack his small town and the world in general.

5. The Fairly Odd Parents (2001):

The theme song for the show nearly tells the entire story of young Timmy Turner. The fairy odd parents everyone remembers and wanted was the title of the classic show that we enjoyed as kids. The show follows the story of young Timmy Turner being given two fairy godparents, Wanda and Cosmo to grant his every wish.

Even with his fairy godparents granting his sometimes selfish desires, you can't help but feel bad for him. After all, Timmy got his Fairy odd parents to improve his already miserable life. As one can see from the show, having unlimited wishes isn't exactly a good wish.

4. Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (2004):

Most of us didn't realize how interesting and important this show until we became adults. The show focused on the lives of three best friends in their day to day activities in school. Every season of the show starts with them in a new grade. Ned Bigby of the show teaches the audience "essential tips" to surfing in middle school. Take it as some sort of "survival guide" for surfing middle school. I mean a lot of us needed a guide to surviving the terror of high school and middle school. It's a pity we didn't realize this gift has been given to us since way back.

Ned and there is his friend try to understand the concept of popularity, grades, sports, and evil teachers in middle school.

3. Drake & Josh (2004):

Above all Nickelodeon shows, "Drake and Josh" is simply a classic that you will choose over and over. The show was a huge hit when it first graced the screen and is perhaps still a hit to date. Fans never seize bringing back memories their fond of on social media. You just cannot forget the beauty of the connection between Drake and Josh and of course, little Megan.

Drake Bell and Josh Peck starred as the lead role in the show. Two stepbrothers who initially couldn't stand being around each other. Drake was that cool boy and a well-liked guy while Josh struggled with socializing. They almost always get into trouble and have the troubles of their teenage life to deal with.

2. SpongeBob SquarePants (1999):

It almost seems as though sponge on has been on for longer than it actually jas been. The show first aired in 1999 and is still a very huge part of the Nickelodeon family. It is in fact the fifth-longest-running animated show on Nickelodeon.

The show follows the story Spongebob Squarepants, a bubbly and optimistic sea sponge living in a small town called Bikini Bottom. With his passion for making Krabby Patties, Spongebob works at the Kristy Krabs where he gets the chance to make his delicious Krabby patties. Sponge Bob lives in the iconic pineapple house with his pet snail, Gary and his best friend and neighbor, Patrick.

It seems like Spongebob Squarepants has been on the air for as long as you can remember but it aired in 1999 and is still going strong. The show is the highest-rated show in Nickelodeon history and the fifth-longest-running animated show.

1. Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005):

Although the story of the Avatar has had a lot of adaptation which hasn't exactly been successful as none lived up to the Nickelodeon show, Avatar: The Last Airbender that first aired back in 2005. The series wasn't the normal storyline that had a villain at the end of each episode rather, it followed a storyline. The series got praises for its Sound effects, visual effects, and of course, the story.

Avatar Aang, a 12-year-old boy who happens to be the last of the Air Nomads and prophesied Avatar, one who had the power to bend all elements, set out to change the world. The series was set in a world divided by the four elements, Fire, Earth, Water, and Air when the fire nation started a war for domination over all other nations. With his friends, Sokka and Katara who discovered him after years of being encased in suspended animation, Aang sets out to stop the fire nation from taking over the world. 

VT. Ahonsi.

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