Zoey 101 is an American comedy-drama television series that aired on Nickelodeon from January 9, 2005, until May 2, 2008. It was developed by Dan Schneider. At Pacific Coast Academy (PCA), an all-girl boarding school in Southern California, the life of Zoey Brooks (Jamie Lynn Spears), her brother Dustin (Paul Butcher), and their friends are documented.
When Season 3 rolled around, it was filmed in various stages across Valencia after being shot at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California during season 1. Emmy nominations for “Outstanding Children’s Program” were made in 2005 and the show won the award.  Zoey 101 was Nickelodeon’s most expensive production to date because it was shot entirely on location in Malibu, California.
- Characters in Zoey 101: A to Z
- Zoey Brooks, played by Jamie Lynn Spears,
- Paul Butcher portraying Dustin Brooks
- (Seasons 1–3; guest appearance in Season 4): Sean Flynn as Chase Matthews
- Kristin Herrera portrays Dana Cruz in the film (season 1)
- As Michael Barret, Christopher Massey portrays
- Nicole Bristow, played by Alexa Nikolas in seasons 1–2,
- Quinn Pensky is played by Erin Sanders.
- Actor Matthew Underwood portrays Logan Reese
- As Lola Martinez in the second through fourth seasons, Victoria Justice played the lead role.
- In the role of James Garrett, played by Austin Butler in Season 4,
Nickelodeon Shows Coming to Netflix in the U.S. in June of 2022
Seasons of various cult Nickelodeon favorites have been added to Netflix’s June 2022 schedule as a surprising but welcome addition. There are several new Nickelodeon series coming to Netflix in June 2022, so here is a list of them.
The only catch is that Netflix won’t be the best spot to watch these shows because they’re only offering what we’d call sample seasons. In the past few years, ViacomCBS and Netflix have been using this tactic. In order to get customers to switch to Paramount+, they license the first few seasons of a show. Then, in June 2022, what new Nickelodeon series can Netflix the US expect? What do you think? It’s important to remember that these changes only affect Netflix subscribers in the United States. All of these new shows will be available on Netflix on June 22nd, 2013.
That’s It (Seasons 2-3)
One of the most popular children’s television shows ever, it was created by Executive Producers Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell. Think of it as the kid-friendly version of Saturday Night Live. All That aired for ten seasons between 1994 and 2005 before being revived for a second season in 2019. Two more seasons will be made available on Netflix. From November 1996 to October 1997, season 3 aired for 21 episodes in season two.
Kenan and Kel are two of the best friends I’ve ever had (Seasons 1-2)
The show presented by Kenan Thompson (now a regular on Saturday Night Live) and Kel Mitchell aired from 1997 to 2000. Two closest friends who live in Chicago and are always brought down by Kenan’s get-rich-quick schemes are the focus of the show, which also features orange soda-loving pal Kel.
Seasons one and two of the four-season series will be added to Netflix.
Declassified Ned’s Handbook for Succeeding in School (Seasons 1-2)
Nickelodeon series Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide will also be available on Netflix in the United States next month. High school students Devon Werkheiser, Lindsey Shaw, and Daniel Curtis Lee star in the show about creating a survival handbook for their difficult school.
One hundred and one is Zoey (Seasons 1-2)
Zoey 101, starring Jamie Lynn Spears, Paul Butcher, Sean Flynn, and Victoria Justice, was the final show on this list. It’s on Netflix for the first two seasons of the show. It aired between 2005 and 2008 and follows Zoey Brooks and her brother as they attend their first day of school at a boarding school for females.
Netflix will soon have more than 20 Nickelodeon series to choose from when these shows are introduced. You’ll find Netflix Originals such as Nick programs like Pinky Malinky and Glitch Techs in addition to well-known series like Avatar: The Last Airbender and Victorious. For the second season of That Girl Lay Lay and Fairly Odd Parents!, Netflix in the United States has also obtained the rights.