Nickelodeon (Malaysia)


Logo in use since March 15, 2010
Launched May 21, 1999
Network MTV Southeast Asia (part of MTV Networks Asia)
Owned by MTV Networks (Viacom) (Astro)
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
Language English (original audio), Malay, Mandarin
Broadcast area Malaysia
Headquarters Singapore
Formerly called Nickelodeon (2010-present)
Nicksplat (2004-2010)
Website Nickelodeon SEA Homepage
Astro (Malaysia) Channel 612 (SD)

Nickelodeon (Malaysia) is Malaysian version of Nickelodeon Channel.

Nickelodeon is available on Astro Channel 612. English is the primary audio channel with dub in Malay on secondary audio channel. In 2008, a third audio channel, Mandarin, was added. However the Malay and Mandarin audio channels are only available on selected programming blocks. Attempts to access them on blocks where they are not transmitted yields the English primary audio channel.

Due to an agreement between Viacom and Astro, Nickelodeon Asia cannot appear on other pay TV networks in Malaysia. Many of Nickelodeon's programming are also available on free-to-air channel TV9, albeit dubbed into Malay with the original English language track lost, as part of its Nickelodeon block, called Nick di 9 in 2006-2016 the time 02:30 pm to 05:30 pm however CJWOW shop take over time on that slot,it move to 08:30 am to 10:00 am Every Monday to Thursday prior 4 April 2016 . More popular programs are also aired with their original English soundtrack on TV3 and formerly over NTV7 with certain programmes airing with Malay subtitles.

Nickelodeon HD

Nickelodeon HD may most likely come in October, November or December 2016 on Astro B.yond Channel 632

TV schedule

Current programs


Non-Nicktoon shows

Live action shows

Shows marked with a "^" have Malay subtitles.

Nick Jr.


Former blocks


TurboNick South East Asia

This following shows are also now on TurboNick in South East Asia:

Upcoming show

TV movies

Live action

Languages and subtitles

Multiple audio available from:

Former programs

The list below is the formers shows. The list is included the Third-Party, Original Shows and Nick Jr. shows.


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TV specials

See also

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