Current logo used from 25 June 2010.
|Launched||16 October 1999|
|Owned by||Viacom International (1999–2007)
Viacom 18 (2007–present)
|Picture format||4:3 (576i, SDTV)
16:9 (1080i, HDTV)
|Sister channel(s)||Nickelodeon Sonic
Nick Jr. India
Comedy Central India
|Airtel digital TV||Channel 358 (SD)
Channel 369 (HD)
|Dish TV||Channel 975 (SD)
Channel 974 (HD)
|Reliance Digital TV||Channel 609 (SD)|
|Sun Direct||Channel 530 (SD)|
|Tata Sky||Channel 663 (SD)
Channel 661 (HD)
|Videocon d2h||Channel 507 (SD)
Channel 950 (HD)
|Dialog TV (Sri Lanka)||Channel 53|
|Dish Home (Nepal)||Channel 801|
|Real VU (Bangladesh)||Channel 431|
|In Digital||Channel 351|
|Asianet Digital TV (Kerala, India)||Channel 320|
Nickelodeon India, or just Nick India is an Indian children's television network based in Mumbai. It is the Indian equivalent to the original American network and is owned by Viacom 18, a joint venture between Viacom and TV18. Nick India is available in four languages (English, Hindi, Telugu and Tamil).
Zee TV launched a Nickelodeon programming block as part of a distribution deal between Viacom International and Zee Entertainment Enterprises. This block was replaced by the Cartoon Network block in 2002.
Viacom signed a programming deal with Sun Network in 2007 according to which Nickelodeon shows will air on Chutti TV dubbed in Tamil and Telugu. This deal was later cancelled when Nickelodeon decided to add Tamil and Telugu language tracks to their own channel.
On June 25, 2010 Nick India rebranded using the current logo. It was the last major market to undergo this makeover.
Viacom 18 Motion Pictures distributed Keymon & Nani in Space Adventure, a film based on the Nickelodeon India series Keymon Ache in 2012. Another theatrical film, Motu Patlu: King Of Kings from the Motu Patlu franchise was released in Hindi and Tamil on 14 October 2016.
On 5 December 2015, Viacom 18 launched Nickelodeon HD+, the first children's channel in the format in India. It originates a different schedule than the main network, including previously unaired international programming such as The Legend of Korra.
In 2016 Viacom 18 launched a Nick programming block named "Nick Hour" on their Free-to-air channel Rishtey. The programming consists of shows like Motu Patlu, Pakdam Pakdai, The Jungle Book, Go, Diego, Go!, Keymon Ache and Chhoti Anandi (Colors series).
In the channel's first years of broadcasting it aired mostly original programmes from the US, like Rugrats, Aaahh! Real Monsters, As Told by Ginger, Rocket Power, The Wild Thornberrys and other animated shows such as The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Rocko's Modern Life, The Angry Beavers, CatDog, Hey Arnold!, The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom. The network also aired live action shows, such as Kenan & Kel, Drake & Josh, Clarissa Explains It All, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Nick Bites and many more.
After the success of international game shows Nick India produced two local game shows, Dum Dama Dum and Gilli Gilli Gappa. They launched J Bole Toh Jadoo, a spin-off series of 2003's Koi... Mil Gaya. The series premiered on 14 November 2005 on Children's Day.
Nick India started acquiring Japanese series such as The Munnabhai Show, Ninja Hattori, Perman and Mighty Cat Masked Niyander. These shows were highly successful and Ninja Hattori continues to air on the channel since its debut in 2006.
Nick started airing Colors's Mythological show Jai Shri Krishna in 2009. The show was re-edited and customised for children. They also acquired Little Krishna, an animated series produced by BIG Animation India and The Indian Heritage Foundation in May 2009.
Nickelodeon India from 2011 started producing local animated programming and launched Keymon Ache and a theatrical movie based on the series. The local strategy became successful with Motu Patlu in 2012 and they later launched more local animated series like Pakdam Pakdai in 2013, Shiva in 2015 and Gattu Battu in 2017.
Currently the channel lineup mainly consists of local programming. Some original content from the US is available on their HD channel, Nick HD+ and Viacom 18's streaming service Voot.
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