Nickelodeon's "Blue's Clues" reboot holding open casting call


Nickelodeon's "Blue's Clues" reboot holding open casting call

Nickelodeon will have a new generation of preschoolers searching for clues, as it brings back the beloved puppy Blue in a remake of its groundbreaking series, Blue's Clues.

Facebook/Blues CluesNickelodeon to revive "Blue's Clues" with all-new episodes. This includes Los Casagrandes, a new companion series for the animated hit The Loud House that's gone into development; Pony, an animated comedy series developed by Nick International in the United Kingdom; and Musical Dares, a short-form series created and executive produced by Nick Cannon.

The original series debuted in 1996 to high praise from kids, parents, and teachers alike. The series continues to air past episodes in different global markets and via Noggin, a subscription-video service Nickelodeon operates.

Steve Burns hosted the show from 1996 to 2002, and Donovan Patton took over for the next four years. Nickelodeon launched a spin-off called "Blue's Room" in 2004, which was centered exclusively on the young puppy. A host has yet to be identified, said Santomero, in an interview, and the choice will hinge on how well that person connects with the show's young audience.

A new host has not been chosen, nor has a premiere date been announced.

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The casting call notes that the ideal host has "a comedy background, a natural connection with the camera, and [is someone who] will empower the home viewer to feel important, respected, and smart".

Producers will tweak the show very slightly for modern viewers.

"We are going to pass the torch", she said. The show will also be a little shorter to make room for more advertising. "I think they will probably be passionate about protecting it and making sure we do it right".

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