There have been numerous talks about Spongebob Squarepants being cancelled, and fans are going frenetic about it.
Spongebob is an American animated TV series created by Marine Biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg for Nickelodeon. It’s become a media franchise and regarded the most distributed property by MTV Networks.
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Since its inception it has accumulated around $12 billion in revenue, but rumors abound that Spongebob Squarepants being cancelled after Season 9 is due to a crash in ratings.
Could it be that the underwater world of Bikini Bottom be losing its magic after 17 years of entertainment? Are today’s kids looking for a new source of fun from different shows?
It’s hard to imagine Nickelodeon ‘s Spongebob Squarepants and his set of friends finally go out of our digital, fantastic lives. The show will be axed on Oct. 17, rumors say.
With such color and fun intertwined with our daily lives, an avid fan of Spongebob Squarepants said, “If spongebob is being cancelled, just go ahead & cancel my life too” in a report by Express.
While other fans express similar comments like “I don’t want them to cancel spongebob it’s the only thing I watch when I’m not playing madden.”
It is alleged that with SpongeBob Squarepants being cancelled this month we won’t be seeing the rest of the seasons, which includes Krabby Patty secret formula not being revealed.
However, according to a report by the Inquirer these rumors of SpongeBob Squarepants being cancelled turned out to be a hoax. In fact, the Season 10 of the series will be airing on Oct. 15 called “Whirlybrains”
There is no truth to the rumors on Nickelodeon, that the show rating has crashed, and that Season 10 and 11 have been foregone, instead, the studio has confirmed that it had been renewed for 2 more seasons.
So does this mean we’ll be seeing more of Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles, Eugene Krabs, and all? You betcha!
Why would anybody want to spread a rumor like this? Unfortunately, this has been the second time the show has been rumored cancelled (2013).
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