In the past two decades, Dan Schneider’s work has likely been seen on Nickelodeon. Some of the most successful shows on the network, such as Kenan & Kel, Drake & Josh, and Zoey 101, have his creative and comedic fingerprints all over them.
Ariana Grande, Amanda Bynes, Jamie Lynn Spears, and Victoria Justice are just a few of the young women who have found recognition thanks to Schneider’s popular children’s books.
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The shows that Schneider developed throughout our childhoods were, for many of us, an important and formative part of our lives. And the very last thing that any of us want to hear is that he abused his authority and made his stars, particularly the female talents that he developed, uncomfortable behind the scenes is exactly what we don’t want to hear.
But there was a lot of speculation about the reasons why he and Nickelodeon split ways in 2018. Exit, and now, with the publication of iCarly alum Jennette McCurdy’s biography titled I’m Glad My Mom Died, there is even more reason to assume that Schneider had behaved inappropriately.
A Nickelodeon insider has come forward to reveal some information regarding something that happened on Dan Schneider’s shows and other Nickelodeon shows.
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Schneider’s Bakery, the production firm founded by Dan Schneider, and Nickelodeon concluded its nearly 25-year collaboration in 2018. Nickelodeon and Schneider’s Bakery have agreed that this is a natural time for them to pursue other ideas and projects,” a statement released to Deadline at the time said.
In the announcement, thanks and praise were extended to Schneider for the significant contributions he had made to the network. However, as Nellie Andreeva of Deadline pointed out in her article, “for years Schneider had been under a cloud of suspicion about the treatment of some younger stars of his shows.”