3 August 2012
| 2.4/10 |
16 January 2012
| Lucas Cruikshank
Jake Weary, Daniella Monet, Siobhan Fallon Hogan, Stephanie Courtney
Fred: The Show (stylized as FЯED: THE SHOW) is an American television series, created by Lucas Cruikshank that originally aired on Nickelodeon, in the United States from January 16 to August 3, 2012. Lucas Cruikshank, Daniella Monet, Jake Weary, Siobhan Fallon Hogan, and Stephanie Courtney reprise their roles from Fred: The Movie and Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred. A series preview aired on January 16, 2012 and the show officially premiered on February 20, 2012. Fred: The Show came to production after the success of Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred. The show was cancelled after one season due to low ratings.
Fred: The Show Wikipedia
The show follows the adventures of Fred Figglehorn (Lucas Cruikshank) aged 16–17 years old in his daily life with crazy schemes and adventures.Lucas Cruikshank as Fred Figglehorn/Derf/Fredo/Evil Fred/Bagel Fredrick (24 episodes)
Jake Weary as Kevin (17 episodes)
Siobhan Fallon Hogan as Hilda Figglehorn (Fred's Mom)/Fred's Grandmother (9 episodes)
Daniella Monet as Bertha (Replacing Jennette McCurdy) (6 episodes)
Stephanie Courtney as Kevin's Mom/Mrs. Dawg (5 episodes)
Carlos Knight as Diesel
Rachel Crow as Starr
Pat Crawford Brown as Mrs. Haberstan
Ryan Potter as Fred's Best Friend
Gracie Dzienny as Holly
Kath Soucie as Additional voices
Lucas Cruikshank appears in all episodes.
Jake Weary is absent for 7 episodes.
Siobhan Fallon Hogan is absent for 15 episodes.
Daniella Monet is absent for 18 episodes.
Stephanie Courtney is absent for 19 episodes.
Fred: The Show premiered on January 16, 2012 in the US. The show first began showing in Canada on September 8, 2012. In Australia the premiere was on August 17, 2012. The program premiered in the UK and Ireland on August 12, 2012 on Nickelodeon. It also aired on VIVA in April 2013.
Like the films, Fred: The Show was critically panned. Common Sense Media gave the show 1 out of 5 stars and stated that Fred: The Show had "More of the same absurdity from obnoxious YouTube star." Despite the negative reviews, the show attracted 3.7 million viewers with a sneak peek that aired on January 16. A month later, the series premiered with 3.1 million viewers (a 16% drop) However, viewers dropped a further 23% to 2.4 million for the show's second episode - which aired just four days later.