Nickelodeon is toying with launching a 1990s cartoon network called The Splat.
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Alright 1990s kids, calm down and breathe deep. Nothing official has happened yet.

Still, there are credible rumblings that Nickelodeon might be launching a channel exclusively dedicated to cartoons from your favorite decade. You know, like Rugrats, Ren and Stimpy and The Wild Thornberrys.

Try not to hyperventilate. Again, nothing official has happened.

But let us tell you what we know.

A couple of days again, Nickelodeon put up a YouTube video promoting something called 'The Splat' with a collection of cartoon characters from the 1990s all singing about the joys of Nickelodeon. You can watch that here:

And then, to make things even more official, a website was launched, but unfortunately it only says that The Splat is coming. Still no word on when or how or what this Splat thing is.

Buzzfeed found more evidence during Brooklyn's '90s Fest over the weekend.

Pauly Shore was seen with the logo:

And so was Coolio:

And those are some 1990s celebrities if we've ever seen them.

At this point, yes, The Splat is probably a thing that will show 1990s cartoons. But without official word of the what/where/when, we're just left with uncomfortable waiting and the slow realization that our childhood has passed us by, underlining the ultimate fact of mortality.


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They bite! They fight! But the most amazing thing is that they lasted for three seasons. Taking on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when they were at the top of their game, the Street Sharks were a group of transformed shark teens on rollerblades who battled the evil Dr, Paradigm to protect the planet. Sound familiar? Even though the series didn't last too long, they were around long enough to be featured in their own shape of Chef Boyardee pasta. Now if that isn't 90's television success, I don't know what is!

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Oh 1990's, we miss your plaid shirts and Hanson-style haircuts, and young Nathan Fillions.