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The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Nickelodeon, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television.

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  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Nickelodeon, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television.
  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Noggin, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television.
  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Noggin, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television. The show premiered on both Noggin and Nick Jr. Australia in 2006.
  • The Upside Down Show is a children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It aired on Noggin, a cable channel that launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series is set in a strange apartment building where the doors and windows lead to a variety of unusual rooms. It is presented by brothers Shane and David (played by the Umbilical Brothers), who live in the apartment building with their sidekick Puppet, their neighbor Mrs. Foil, and a group of fuzzy creatures called the Schmuzzies. In each episode, David gives the viewers an imaginary remote control that affects the characters and their surroundings.
  • The Upside Down Show is a children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop, Noggin LLC, and Nickelodeon. It was made for Nickelodeon's sister channel Noggin, which launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series is set in a strange apartment building where the doors and windows lead to a variety of unusual rooms. It is presented by brothers Shane and David (played by the Umbilical Brothers), who live in the apartment building with their sidekick Puppet, their neighbor Mrs. Foil, and a group of fuzzy creatures called the Schmuzzies. In each episode, David gives the viewers an imaginary remote control that affects the characters and their surroundings.
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  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Nickelodeon, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television.
  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Noggin, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television.
  • The Upside Down Show is an Australian children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It originally aired on Noggin, a cable channel that initially launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series was the recipient of a 2009 Logie Award, and also won the Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Award for Main Title Design, and a Parents' Choice Award Silver Honor for Television. The show premiered on both Noggin and Nick Jr. Australia in 2006. On December 27, 2006, in an interview with New York Post, Shane Dundas stated he was unsure if the series would be renewed for a second season, and that Nickelodeon would make a final decision in February about renewing the series. On June 1, 2007, The Umbilical Brothers announced on their website that the series would not be renewed for a second season, as Nickelodeon had no interest in continuing the series despite the series' critical success and becoming the most-watched original program on Noggin.
  • The Upside Down Show is a children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop and Noggin LLC for Nickelodeon. It aired on Noggin, a cable channel that launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series is set in a strange apartment building where the doors and windows lead to a variety of unusual rooms. It is presented by brothers Shane and David (played by the Umbilical Brothers), who live in the apartment building with their sidekick Puppet, their neighbor Mrs. Foil, and a group of fuzzy creatures called the Schmuzzies. In each episode, David gives the viewers an imaginary remote control that affects the characters and their surroundings. The series was inspired by the Umbilical Brothers' adult-oriented comedy act SpeedMouse, which was also based on the idea of an imaginary remote. Producers from Nickelodeon and Sesame saw the SpeedMouse act and ordered a pilot episode based on it, which became The Upside Down Show. The pilot was successful, and in 2005, and Nickelodeon ordered a season of 13 episodes. The show was written and produced in New York, and it was filmed in Sydney, Australia. The cast and crew featured a mix of Australian and American talent. While creating the series, the writers intentionally included jokes for adults as well as children; Shane Dundas likened The Upside Down Show to making "an adult show for kids." In 2010, the Umbilical Brothers announced that they had completed a script for a special-length episode titled The Upside Down Movie, which would act as a proper finale for the series. Nickelodeon Australia provided funding for the movie's script development, but the project needed support from outside investors to start filming, which never occurred. As recently as March 2017, the Umbilical Brothers have stated that they are still interested in making the movie and trying to find support for it.
  • The Upside Down Show is a children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop, Noggin LLC, and Nickelodeon. It was made for Nickelodeon's sister channel Noggin, which launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series is set in a strange apartment building where the doors and windows lead to a variety of unusual rooms. It is presented by brothers Shane and David (played by the Umbilical Brothers), who live in the apartment building with their sidekick Puppet, their neighbor Mrs. Foil, and a group of fuzzy creatures called the Schmuzzies. In each episode, David gives the viewers an imaginary remote control that affects the characters and their surroundings. The series was inspired by the Umbilical Brothers' adult-oriented comedy act SpeedMouse, which was also based on the idea of an imaginary remote. Producers from Nickelodeon and Sesame saw SpeedMouse and ordered a pilot episode based on it, which became The Upside Down Show. The pilot was successful, and in 2005, Nickelodeon ordered a season of 13 episodes. The show was written and produced in New York, and it was filmed in Sydney, Australia. The cast and crew featured a mix of Australian and American talent. While creating the series, the writers intentionally included jokes for adults as well as children; Shane Dundas likened The Upside Down Show to making "an adult show for kids." In 2010, the Umbilical Brothers announced that they had completed a script for a special-length episode titled The Upside Down Movie, which would act as a proper finale for the series. Nickelodeon Australia provided funding for the movie's script development, but the project needed support from outside investors to start filming, which never occurred. As recently as March 2017, the Umbilical Brothers have stated that they are still interested in making the movie and trying to find support for it.
  • The Upside Down Show is a children's television series produced by Sesame Workshop, Noggin LLC, and Nickelodeon. It was made for Nickelodeon's sister channel Noggin, which launched as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The series is set in a strange apartment building where the doors and windows lead to a variety of unusual rooms. It is presented by brothers Shane and David (played by the Umbilical Brothers), who live in the apartment building with their sidekick Puppet, their neighbor Mrs. Foil, and a group of fuzzy creatures called the Schmuzzies. In each episode, David gives the viewers an imaginary remote control that affects the characters and their surroundings. The series was inspired by the Umbilical Brothers' adult-oriented comedy act SpeedMouse, which was also based on the idea of an imaginary remote. Producers from Nickelodeon and Sesame saw SpeedMouse and ordered a pilot episode based on it, which became The Upside Down Show. The pilot was successful, and in 2005, Nickelodeon ordered a season of 13 episodes. The show was written and produced in New York, and it was filmed in Sydney, Australia. The cast and crew featured a mix of Australian and American talent. While creating the series, the writers intentionally included jokes for adults as well as children; Shane Dundas likened The Upside Down Show to making "an adult show for kids." In 2010, the Umbilical Brothers announced that they had completed a script for a special-length episode titled The Upside Down Movie, which would act as a proper finale for the series. The movie had been in development since 2008. Nickelodeon Australia provided funding for the movie's scriptwriting, but the project needed support from outside investors to start filming, which never occurred. As recently as March 2017, the Umbilical Brothers have stated that they are still interested in making the movie and are trying to find support for it.
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