Nickelodeon's New Streaming Service is Bringing Back Your Favorite '90s Shows

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If you grew up in the 1990s, you probably have a soft spot for Nickelodeon’s programming lineup. Shows like Hey Dude, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, Clarissa Explains It All, Doug, and game shows like Guts helped launch Nick as a destination channel for kids who wanted something more substantive than Saturday morning shows but nothing as heavy as an afterschool special.

As Fast Company reports, you can now relive those glorious hours spent in front of your console television and sipping your Ecto Cooler with NickSplat, a new streaming channel that aggregates a big chunk of the network's retro shows for $6 a month. Users will have access to 22 series, with more expected to appear. Among them: Rocko’s Modern Life, Kenan & Kel, The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo, All That, and Legends of the Hidden Temple.

While $6 is a modest price to pay for the nostalgia trip, not all of Nick’s shows will be included. More conspicuous absences include Rugrats, Invader Zim, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and The Adventures of Pete & Pete.

NickSplat is part of the VRV network of specialty streaming channels. You can subscribe to their entire package for $9.99, which includes NickSplat, or opt for NickSplat as a standalone. The company is also offering a 30-day free trial, which should give you enough time to binge Salute Your Shorts.

[h/t Fast Company]