"Fred: The Show" on Nickelodeon is a live-action, short-form comedy series created by and starring internet sensation Lucas Cruikshank that is based on his Fred Figglehorn character, one of the most popular internet characters of all time. The single-camera, 11-minute episodes build on the network's hugely successful Fred television movies, "Fred: The Movie" and "Fred: Night of the Living Fred." 

"Fred: The Show" follows the character on his latest hilarious adventures at home and in school. Production on the series has begun in Los Angeles.

"Fred: The Show" is created and executive produced by Cruikshank. Brian Robbins and Sharla Sumpter Bridgett of Varsity Pictures and Gary Binkow and Evan Weiss of The Collective also serve as executive producers.


Network: Nickelodeon
Genre: Comedy
Premiere Date: 2012
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
Varsity Pictures
The Collective

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