31 December 2012
New York City
| 6.6/10 |
| Music video, Reality television|
The Nick Cannon Show, Nickelodeon HALO Awards, Open Heart, Gigantic, Wild 'n Out
TeenNick Top 10 is a music video television series originally airing on TeenNick. The series began with a special episode on December 31, 2012 and began airing regularly on February 1, 2013.
Most episodes of the series are broadcast exclusively on the TeenNick network; however, some themed episodes (such as the series' "end of year" show) are simulcast on Nickelodeon. Viacom also made plans to air the program on NickMusic, a network that replaced MTV Hits on September 9, 2016; however, these plans seem to have been scrapped but the show does air on NickMusic (as a repeat after the show aired the previous week on TeenNick) commercial free (since the network is commercial free)
TeenNick Top 10 Wikipedia
The series showcases ten popular music videos in each episode, accompanied by comedic sketches involving host Nick Cannon in his studio and office. Some special episodes include interviews with different musicians. At the time of its premiere, it became the final Nickelodeon original series remaining in standard definition, as TeenNick has no high definition feed (though it is produced in high definition).