Connect with us

TV Shows

SpongeBob Squarepants Gets A 52 episodes Renewal – Everything We Know So Far!

SpongeBob Squarepants 52 episodes renewal

Our favorite SpongeBob Squarepants is back, and it’s not with just one new episode! SpongeBob Squarepants gets a 52 episodes renewal, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what this Spongebob has in store for us. We’ll talk about the plot of the show, who will return as cast members, and even some hints at what SpongeBob might do next.

About “SpongeBob Squarepants” Series

SpongeBob SquarePants is an American animated television series created by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg; the show chronicles SpongeBob’s adventures in Bikini Bottom. The series has aired on Nickelodeon since 1999 as its first season of seven episodes concluded on May 16, 2000, with “Help Wanted.”

SpongeBob’s second season started after that with a new set of voice actors replacing Tom Kenny (who was busy voicing other characters) for his role as SpongeBob. Spongebob now had Bill Fagerbakke providing his voice where he would stay until 2009 when Mr. Krabs returned to another voice actor change which also happened to be the return of Tom Kenny as SpongeBob during Season 11-present day Spongebob.

SpongeBob is currently on its twelfth season and has had 12 seasons with 247 episodes to date, as well as the Nickelodeon show with the longest duration, surpassing Rugrats’s 208 episodes on April 13, 2004.


SpongeBob Squarepants gets a 52 episodes Renewal

The show SpongeBob Squarepants, a Nickelodeon original show that has aired for over 21 years, is getting renewed with 52 episodes. Spongebob’s long-running success and popularity led to this renewal order from the network. The SpongeBob series set out to prove it was no fluke when Spongebob achieved what few cartoons had done before him: longevity on American television. And so far, he does not seem close to running out of steam as his current 12th season continues topping rating charts each week among viewers aged two or older in the United States.

Release Date Speculations for the 52 renewed episodes of SpongeBob Squarepants

SpongeBob Squarepants is renewed for 52 episodes and will be airing on Nickelodeon this coming year. The Spongebob series set out to prove it was no fluke; when Spongebob achieved what few cartoons; had done before him: longevity on American television.

SpongeBob SquarePants and Spin-Offs Get 52-Episode Renewal


Nickelodeon has confirmed that SpongeBob’s new renewal; includes a total of 52 episodes, which will air sometime next year, but there are still some uncertainties over whether these episodes; will also have the same production crew; behind them as those aired during earlier seasons.

Plot Details and Storyline for the upcoming SpongeBob Squarepants episodes

These doubts come from fans who were displeased with the quality of SpongeBob’s last season, “The Sponge Who Could Fly.” However, many other viewers enjoyed this final episode; as an important part of SpongeBob’s life- his childhood.

The Sponge Who Could Fly was the first episode in SpongeBob Squarepants; history to be watched live on TV, which apparently did not work as well for Nickelodeon viewers; as it had done with Cartoon Network audiences; because they didn’t feel like we got enough closure at the end and felt that this finale should have been a season closer instead.

Nickelodeon has confirmed that Spongebob will return next year, but only time will tell if these new episodes will also feature the original production team behind them or not!

Potential Voice Actors for the Series

  • Tom Kenny as SpongeBob
  • Rodger Bumpass as Squidward
  • Bill Fagerbakke as Patrick
  • Clancy Brown as Mr. Krabs
  •  Mr. Lawrence as Plankton
  • Carolyn Lawrence as Sandy

How useful was this post?

Click on a Thumb to rate it!


Average rating / 5. Vote count:

We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!


Let us improve this post!

Tell us how we can improve this post?

See also  All American Season 4: Release Date, Cast and Other Updates
Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *