Nickelodeon is currently dealing with a small crisis. The children's network lost their president Cyma Zarghami, who decided to step down after thirty years at the station. While Nickelodeon rushes to find a new head of their network, the station is still working on their cartoon shows. Nickelodeon has been the most watched children's network for years, although they are facing a decline (along with many other networks) due to the popularity of streaming. Still, there are a few shows that Nickelodeon believes are holding their viewers at attention, and those series were recently renewed by the network. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Henry Danger, Knight Squad, Hunter Street, and The Dude Perfect Show have been renewed for additional seasons. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is set to debut its first season on Nickelodeon this Fall, but the first episode was released online this Summer. Nickelodeon must have exceptional faith in the show to renew it for a second season based on the pilot alone. Henry Danger will return for its fifth season, Knight Squad is returning for its second season, and The Dude Perfect Show and Hunter Street are gearing up for a third season.