Where Are They Now? The Hosts of Nickelodeon's Competition Shows

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Where Are They Now? The Hosts of Nickelodeon's Competition Shows
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The '80s was the era of cable television's rise: after decades of a few networks and that grizzled UHF channel, cable transformed into that expensive cornucopia of entertainment we love and often loathe today. No channel better captures the spirit of that transition period than Nickelodeon.

Before Nick arrived on the scene, the only TV time dedicated to entertaining children was that glorious block of Saturday morning cartoons. While the Nickelodeon lineup initially featured off-kilter Canadian and British kids fare, it quickly began developing its own programming as it grew in popularity.

Nickelodeon's insane game shows are perfect example of how the cable channel emerged as a T.V. game-changer. Unlike the retro-feeling, passive game shows offered by the networks, Nick's were action-packed, goofy and beloved by children and adults alike. 

Surely you've been wondering what has become of the hosts of your favorite shows, but you needn't wonder anymore! Let's take a look at some at some of Nick's hosts of then and now. 

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