Topic: Melissa Joan Hart

Clarissa Explains It All Is Coming Back As A Novel, Which Isn’t Nearly As Cool As Being On Nickelodeon

Clarissa Explains It All Is Coming Back As A Novel, Which Isn't Nearly As Cool As Being On Nickelodeon

Nearly two decades after Clarissa Darling began answering some of life’s hardest questions, like “What is Pearl Jam?” and “Why don’t cute guys climb ladders to my bedroom?” and ultimately defining my childhood, Clarissa Explains It All will be returning… as a novel.  Which is really cool and better than nothing, I guess, but if you’ve made us wait long enough that we’ve pretty much forgotten all about her couldn’t it at least come back on TV? More »

Exclusive: 10 Probable Reasons Why Nickelodeon Banned ‘Cry Baby Lane’

Exclusive: 10 Probable Reasons Why Nickelodeon Banned 'Cry Baby Lane'

On October 28, 2000, Nickelodeon aired an original movie as part of its seasonal Halloween SNICK line-up. Based on an old Ohio urban legend, the movie was called Cry Baby Lane. But after its initial airing, Nickelodeon was hit by an onslaught of parental complaints deeming the movie far too disturbing for a children’s network. The film was buried: It was never re-aired, and it was never released on video or DVD. But never fear! We here at Crushable managed to get our hands on a copy. As we sat down to watch it, we had only one question: Just what about it was so awful to result in Cry Baby Lane being banned? Sit back and make yourselves comfortable, because have we got some theories for you! (SPOILERS, of course.) More »

Kenan Thompson Is the Only ’90s Alum Nickelodeon Can Call On for Ads

Kenan Thompson Is the Only '90s Alum Nickelodeon Can Call On for Ads

Nickelodeon stars from All That and Clarissa Explains It All managed to keep a career going after they flew the nest, but Kenan Thompson seems to be the only one who’s kept in touch with the parent company. He recently guest-starred as himself on Victorious, and now he’s sitting on a big orange couch to promote the upcoming reruns of those ’90s shows. The commercial has him trying to record a Nickelodeon commercial — look, Nick’s gone meta! — only for the crew to keep interrupting him with questions about the behind-the-scenes life on the shows. More »

Melissa Joan Hart Rips Joey Lawrence’s Eyeball Open With ‘Joey and Melissa’ Script

Melissa Joan Hart Rips Joey Lawrence's Eyeball Open With 'Joey and Melissa' Script

That’s how we know a show is going to be great people: When one of the main actors is able to make his own eyes bleed with the scripts for upcoming episodes. Poor Joey Lawrence, who is working so hard on Joey and Melissa, this update of Who’s the Boss that’s going to totally revitalize his and Melissa Joan Hart‘s career. The poor guy went in to hug Melissa while she was holding her script, and according to his Twitter, “got hit in the eye yesterday mrng by accident in the set and it ripped my cornea.” More »