TV: Seen + Heard
“Romeo!”, the Nickelodeon hit series, produced by The Tom Lynch Company, has just received multiple NAACP Image Award nominations!
The NAACP Image Awards recognizes the artistic achievements of people of color, and honors projects and individuals that promote diversity within the arts.
Awards “Romeo!” has been nominated for:
Outstanding Children’s Program
Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Program – Series or Special
Romeo – “Romeo!”
The 38th Annual NAACP Image Awards ceremony will air live on Fox, Friday, March 2, 2007 at 8pm.
For a complete list of nominees, visit their website at
Andre “3000″ appeared at a Cartoon Network breakfast to preview his forthcoming animated series, “Class of 3000,” earlier today (March 1).
As SOHH previously reported, the series follows a group of musically inclined kids at Atlanta’s Westley School of Performing Arts who find a mentor in Sunny Bridges, a Westley alumnus-turned-superstar who leaves the limelight to give back to his old school.
Love, relationships, family death and the arrival of a long lost sibling hits close to home on South of Nowhere Season 2. The N commences production on 13 new episodes of the acclaimed teen drama beginning Monday, May 15 In Los Angeles.
South of Nowhere, created by Thomas W. Lynch, is an original series that follows Degrassi at 8:30 and is in a similar mold. The show, now in its second season, is even more sex-centric than Degrassi — hedonistic entertainment that lacks moral messaging, though it makes up for that by dealing with one girl’s sexual-identity crisis, whereas most televised gay teens tend to be boys.