The first trailer for the upcoming documentary The Orange Years was released, which will tell the story of Nickelodeon’s origins and the success of the channel during its rise in the 1990s. The documentary will feature interviews with the stars and creators of iconic content such as All That, The Adventures of Pete & Pete, Clarissa Explains It All, and more.
The newly-released trailer finds the stars and writers of those shows not only discussing the popularity of the network, but also how the guiding vision of Nickelodeon leader Geraldine Laybourne allowed these shows to explore more mature content.
Directed by Scott Barber and Adam Sweeney, the film is set to premiere on November 15 at DOC NYC at the SVA Theater in New York City. The official release date is still unknown.