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Greg Cipes hanging out with his favorite buddy -- Michelangelo! Image Source: Nickelodeon.
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After five years of voicing Michelangelo on Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Greg Cipes is sad to see the series coming to an end. That being said, it would appear that he’s also very hopeful for the future of the

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Will April ever really get together with Donny? Well, she definitely showed him some love in this video! Image Source: Nickelodeon.
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I’m ashamed to admit that this video flew under my radar last week, but it’s time to make up for that. Ciro Nieli and Brandon Auman have a habit of posting some pretty interesting behind-the-scenes footage on their social media

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Although some of these names won't come as a surprise to most fans, others may be welcome additions to Tales of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Image Source: Nickelodeon.
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During SDCC 2016, Nickelodeon revealed at least one significant guest actor who would be working on the fifth season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. That actor was none other than Mark Hamill, who has been given the task of providing

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It looks like the current version of our heroes in a half shell will only be around for about 20 more episodes. Image Source: Nickelodeon
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Although there have been rumors about the eventual demise of Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, nothing had been officially confirmed until now. In a tweet from the official TMNT account owned by Nickelodeon, they announced that there would be an

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Tensions are rising as some audiences around the world have already seen the finale for season four. Creator Brandon Auman took issue with some of the spoilers recently shared via social media. Image Source: Nickelodeon.
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Over the past week or two, it has become readily apparent that Nickelodeon may have prematurely aired the fourth season finale in South Korea. With the holiday season attracting an entirely different kind of viewership in the United States, it’s

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