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[[File:Mooreliv.jpg|thumb|300px|The family the show was based on.]]
 
[[File:Mooreliv.jpg|thumb|300px|The family the show was based on.]]
 
'''''Meet The Moores''''' were 60-second shorts centering around a British family that aired on Nickelodeon's sister channel Nicktoons in the UK around 2003 between episodes of ''Rugrats'' and ''Hey Arnold!''.
 
'''''Meet The Moores''''' were 60-second shorts centering around a British family that aired on Nickelodeon's sister channel Nicktoons in the UK around 2003 between episodes of ''Rugrats'' and ''Hey Arnold!''.
  
In July 2002, around the same time Nicktoons premiered in Britain, Nick wanted to make its first animated reality TV show based off a real-life British family, so they hosted a contest called "The Nicktoons Family" for families who would want to appear on the show. In October 2002, ten families were selected as finalists. But only ten finalists wasn't enough for Nick, so in November, Nicktoons TV organized another contest to round up ten more finalists. Finally, some time in 2003, the Moores were named the winners of the contest and got the show named and based on them.
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In July 2002, around the same time Nicktoons premiered in Britain, Nick wanted to make its first animated reality TV show based off a real-life British family, so they hosted a contest called "The Nicktoons Family" for families who would want to appear on the show. In October 2002, ten families were selected as finalists. But only ten finalists wasn't enough for Nick, so in November, Nicktoons TV organized another contest to round up ten more finalists. Finally, sometime in 2003, the Moores were named the winners of the contest and got the show named and based on them.
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==Availability==
 
==Availability==
Only ten shorts were produced, and they were once viewable on Nick's UK site<ref>[http://rugratonline.free.fr/nttvfam.html Article on the show]</ref>, but they were eventually taken off the site. Since then, they haven't been available anywhere online or on home media.
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Only ten shorts were produced, and they were once viewable on Nick's UK site<ref>[http://rugratonline.free.fr/nttvfam.html Article on the show] Retrieved 31 May '15</ref>, but they were eventually taken off the site. Since then, they haven't been available anywhere online or on home media. On June 2nd, 2015, an episode of the show was uploaded by YouTube user Inna Phillimore.
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==Gallery==
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==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Lost animation]]
 
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Latest revision as of 03:30, 4 January 2018

Moores.gif

Banner for the show.

Status: Partially Found

The family the show was based on.

Meet The Moores were 60-second shorts centering around a British family that aired on Nickelodeon's sister channel Nicktoons in the UK around 2003 between episodes of Rugrats and Hey Arnold!.

In July 2002, around the same time Nicktoons premiered in Britain, Nick wanted to make its first animated reality TV show based off a real-life British family, so they hosted a contest called "The Nicktoons Family" for families who would want to appear on the show. In October 2002, ten families were selected as finalists. But only ten finalists wasn't enough for Nick, so in November, Nicktoons TV organized another contest to round up ten more finalists. Finally, sometime in 2003, the Moores were named the winners of the contest and got the show named and based on them.

Availability

Only ten shorts were produced, and they were once viewable on Nick's UK site[1], but they were eventually taken off the site. Since then, they haven't been available anywhere online or on home media. On June 2nd, 2015, an episode of the show was uploaded by YouTube user Inna Phillimore.

Gallery

The only episode currently available.

References

  1. Article on the show Retrieved 31 May '15