Update 2/19/20: We finally know when that SpongeBob SquarePants prequel series will arrive. Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years will premiere on Nickelodeon in July 2020, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The CG-animated prequel series will bring back the original series' cast of voice actors, including Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy),Mr. Lawrence (Plankton), Mary Jo Catlett (Mrs. Puff), Jill Talley (Karen) and Lori Alan (Pearl). Carlos Alazraqui and Kate Higgins will also voice new characters for the show.
Previously 6/4/2019: Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and goes to summer camp at Lake Yuckymuck? Why, SpongeBob SquarePants, of course!
Nickelodeon has had a lot of success keeping kids entertained by that yellow rectangle in pants, so the network has now decided to give SpongeBob SquarePants his very own spin-off series. Titled Kamp Koral, the SpongeBob spin-off is sure to be just as meme-able as its predecessor because it centers on a 10-year-old version of the eponymous ocean-dweller as he heads off to summer camp to spend time with his friends building campfires, catching jellyfish, and lots of other underwater activities. (His exact age has never been specified in the original series, but he's presumably old enough to get a driver's license.)
In a statement, the network's Executive Vice President of Animation Production and Development Ramsey Naito said, "SpongeBob has an incredible universe to expand upon, and the greenlight for Kamp Koral is a testament to the strength and longevity of these characters known and loved by generations of fans around the world."
Co-executive producing the series will be Marc Ceccarelli and Vincent Waller, who previously worked on SpongeBob SquarePants. The CG-animated series will kick off production on its planned 13 episode season this June.
SpongeBob SquarePants is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.
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The Democratic primary process is now in full swing, and tonight, six candidates will be stating their cases to become the party's nominee for president at the Paris Theater in Las Vegas. Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, and Michael Bloomberg will all take the stage at the Nevada primary debate in hopes of being nominated to represent the Democrats in the 2020 general election.
The candidates have varying degrees of experience in government coming into this election. Biden was, of course, the vice president throughout Barack Obama's presidency, while Sanders, Warren, and Klobuchar are all sitting senators, and Buttigieg and Bloomberg are both former mayors.
While their platforms all seek to address voters' concerns about Donald Trump's current administration, the candidates represent different parts of the liberal spectrum when it comes to a number of key issues, including the right approach to healthcare reform, how to handle the student loan debt crisis, and whether it's appropriate for corporations to donate to campaigns. Those distinctions, along with the candidates' individual records, are likely to be hot topics on Wednesday. Each of these half-dozen candidates will be aiming to strengthen their place in the race ahead of the caucuses in Nevada (Saturday, Feb. 22), which precede the upcoming primary in South Carolina (Saturday, Feb. 29), and then Super Tuesday (Tuesday, March 3).
If you're looking for details on how to watch Wednesday night's Democratic debate live on TV or streaming online, we're here to help. Find out everything you need to know about the next Democratic debate below.
The Democrats' debate in Nevada will air on Wednesday, Feb. 19 for two hours, starting at 9/8c. The event is hosted by NBC News, MSNBC, Telemundo, and The Nevada Independent. Audiences can watch the debate live on NBC News, MSNBC, and live in Spanish language on the cable channel Universo.
The debate will also be available to stream on NBC News' digital properties, including NBC Now, NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com, NBC News Mobile App, and The Nevada Independent's website. Spanish-language audiences can stream the debate on the Noticias Telemundo mobile app and Facebook page. Audiences can listen in on the debate through audio options on SiriusXM Channel 118 and TuneIn.
MSNBC will air special coverage surrounding the event, including at debate pre-show at 8/7c and a post-debate analysis show at 11/10c. CNN will also feature a post-debate show starting at 11/10c on Wednesday, and MSNBC will re-air the debate at 1 a.m. ET.
Moderating the third Democratic primary debate of 2020 -- and ninth overall -- will be NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, Meet the Press' Chuck Todd, MSNBC Live's Hallie Jackson, Noticias Telemundo senior correspondent Vanessa Hauc, and The Nevada Independent's Jon Ralston. Holt and Todd previously served as co-moderators of the first Democratic primary debate of this election cycle, hosted by the same cable news channels in Miami in June 2019.
CNN is presenting five candidate town halls ahead of the Nevada primary. The first three aired on Tuesday, Feb. 18, with Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar all speaking to potential voters in the crowd and answering their questions. The series will continue on CNN on Thursday, Feb. 20, as Joe Biden takes the stage at 8/7c, followed by Elizabeth Warren at 9/8c.
The Democratic National Convention eliminated the donor threshold requirement for debate qualification following the New Hampshire debate on Feb. 7, which opened the door for Bloomberg's qualification. There are two additional candidates who are still pending qualification for the debate: Tom Steyer and Tulsi Gabbard. Neither has yet met the four-poll criterion, and they do not meet the delegate threshold to bypass that requirement. Andrew Yang, Michael Bennet, and Deval Patrick will not appear on the stage, as they each suspended their campaigns following the New Hampshire primary.
Following the ninth debate on Wednesday, there are two additional debates already scheduled. The 10th debate will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 25 at the Gaillard Center in Charleston, South Carolina, hosted by CBS News and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute. Biden, Sanders, Warren, Klobuchar, and Buttigieg have already qualified for the debate due to meeting the delegate threshold. The 11th debate is scheduled for Sunday, March 15 in Phoenix, Arizona, hosted by CNN, Univision, and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
The ninth Democratic primary debate airs live from Las Vegas on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 9/8c.
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The Bachelor is back for Season 24, starring Peter Weber, aka Pilot Pete, aka the Windmill Champ. Every week, TV Guide reviews and recommendations editor Liam Mathews and former The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise cast member Jacqueline Trumbull will overthink every moment of the latest episode in their recap on A Beautiful Podcast to Fall in Love, an unofficial Bachelor Nation show from TV Guide.
This is your hub for every episode. New episodes will be posted here each week, as well as on your favorite podcast provider.
Ep. 29: The Bachelor Cast Includes a Frog-Hater, a Reddit-Lover, and a Peloton Wife Lookalike
Ep. 30: Hannah Ann and Victoria F. Are the Villainous Frontrunners of The Bachelor Premiere
Ep. 31: The Bachelor Had Champagne and Real Pain for Kelsey
Ep. 32: The Real Reason Why The Bachelor Contestants Don't Find #ChampagneGate as Funny as You Do
Ep. 33: The Bachelor Created a Type of Drama No One Has Ever Seen Before
Ep. 34: The Bachelor Has No One For Us to Root For
Ep. 35: Is Peter a Demon From Twin Peaks That Feeds on Tears?
Ep. 36: The Bachelor's Next Bachelorette Options Are Looking Pretty Bleak
Ep. 37: Reality Steve Shares the Secret Victoria F. Backstory You Didn't See on The Bachelor
Ep. 14: The Bachelorette Is Going to Be a Frat Party This Season
Ep. 15: In This The Bachelorette Mansion, We Stan Connor J.
Ep. 16: The Bachelorette Is Ruled by F-Boys
Ep. 17: The Bachelorette Sent Cam Home Because He Wore a Hoodie With a Sport Coat
Ep. 18: The Bachelorette Was Low-Key an Ad for Luke S.'s Tequila Brand
Ep. 19: The Bachelorette Episode 5 Almost Kilt Us
Ep. 20: Hannah Might Be the Best Bachelorette of All Time
Ep. 21: Luke Is The Bachelorette's Boneheaded Mistake
Ep. 22: The Bachelorette Is Full of Bologna
Ep. 23: The Bachelorette Dad Power Ranking
Ep. 24: Hannah Finally Came to Jesus on The Bachelorette
Ep. 25: The Bachelorette's Luke Somehow Dug His Grave Even Deeper During the Men Tell All
Ep. 26: Peter's Mom Stole the Show During The Bachelorette Finale Part 1
Ep. 27: Don't Clap for The Bachelorette, She's Too Sad
Ep. 1: Listen to A Beautiful Podcast to Fall in Love, an Unofficial Bachelor Nation Show
Ep. 2: The Bachelor Only Just Premiered, But We Already Have a Villain
Ep. 3: The Bachelor's Demi Knows Exactly What She's Doing
Ep. 4: Demi's Sociopathic Edit Is the Highlight of The Bachelor So Far
Ep. 5: The Bachelor Handled Caelynn's Conversation About Sexual Assault With Surprising Sensitivity
Ep. 6: The Bachelor Is Giving Us Déjà Vu All Over Again
Ep. 7: We Want to Be Sydney from The Bachelor When We Grow Up
Ep. 8: The Bachelor: Colton Is a Messy Bro Who Lives for Drama
Ep. 9: Hannah G. Rapping on The Bachelor Is What You See Before You Get Bird Box'd
Ep. 10: The Bachelor: We Were on the Fence About Colton, but We Got Over It
Ep. 11: The Bachelor: The Women Tell All Left Us Unpacified
Ep. 12: The Bachelor: Where Was This Hannah G. All Season?
Ep. 13: The Bachelor's Exceptional Finale Made the Whole Season Worth It
The Bachelor airs Monday at 8/7c on ABC. It's available to stream on Hulu.
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