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Ned’s Declassified: Popular Nickelodeon Show Ends

Ned's Declassified School Survival GuideAfter three seasons, school is finally out for Ned, Moze, Cookie and the other students of James K. Polk Middle School. Though the series is among the top rated shows for kids 14 and under, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide is coming to a close this week after 56 half-hours. The farewell will be a special one.

The series finale of Ned’s Declassified will be a TV-movie entitled “Guide to: Field Trips, Permission Slips, Signs, & Weasels.” Shooting the movie was a fun experience for the cast. Series star Devon Werkheiser (Ned) reflected, “We wanted to do it because for one, it meant getting out of the studio, to be able to shoot off set and on location was really cool. After three seasons it was a change of pace and we’d be able to do a lot more with the episode.”

Sharing a few story details, Werkheiser continued, “We filmed it in Glendale [California] at Descanso Gardens but in the show we call it Hoppington Gardens. It’s got a museum, botanical gardens and a Japanese garden with samurais. It’s a crazy episode and I end up wearing nothing but a grass skirt. Cookie pretends to be a superhero, there are art thieves, there are samurais, it’s just crazy.”

Fans will also find out if Ned and longtime protector/friend Moze will come to their senses and become a couple or if Ned will go with Suzie. Moze’s alter-ego Lindsey Shaw laughingly said, “There are several twists and turns. I cannot reveal any of them. I really can’t. But the viewers will be pleasantly surprised. Scratch that. They’ll be very shocked.”

It’s no doubt tough for the cast to leave the show. By all accounts, the cast and crew became a tight-knit family. Shaw says, “I think the secret to [the show's] success is that every day we went on set we didn’t look at it as work. We were all hanging out with our friends. It was one big hangout, and we’d kind of film a TV show on the side.”

Werkheiser fully understands the importance of the show’s viewers and has a special message for them, “The fans are the reason our show was in existence so thank you so much for supporting us through all of the seasons and thank you for laughing with us.”

The Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide movie will air as part of a special “Ned Shred” weekend on Nickelodean. On Friday, June 8th, a marathon of Ned will begin at 6pm and be followed by the movie at 8pm. Shredder Man, a TV-movie starring Werkheiser, will debut the following night. Stay tuned! TV Series Finale home page

 

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Jordan May 1, 2013 at 4:49 pm

maybe in the future they will have a renuion with all the cast at a comvention that would be awesome

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nicholas thai June 30, 2012 at 10:30 pm

this was my fav show that will never leave my childhood now that i can watch it on NETFLIX

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Ocela_Nation October 4, 2013 at 4:35 pm

I wish that this show was put back on tv and Netflix

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Brian Q August 28, 2011 at 5:29 am

i agree with Jerry Roy im currently a college freshman and this was easily one of my favorite shows. This show actually gave me good advise when i was in middle school and helped me through those years where you are “trying to find yourself” When this show had ended me and my entire grade was deeply depressed as it was also our last year in Middle School. We Wished that this show continued to high school as there are lots of changes… If they would have done that it would have really been a unique shows… The show that helped kids though their education… Granted it is now about 4 years and im completely out of highschool but to be honest i wouldnt mind seeing a College Version ;) but that prob wont happen. Anyways this is a GREAT SHOW for any parents that need help showing their children not to worry about the Years of middle school.

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Jerry Roy June 15, 2011 at 9:51 pm

Nickelodeon was stupid for cancelling this show. My Children just finished watching all 56 episodes on Netflix and they are both so sad. They are 5 and 7 years old. It just hit its stride and you cancelled it at its peak. What a waste of talent. My daughter has watched all the iCarly episodes and I asked her if she had her choice between iCarly and Ned’s and she likes Ned’s better. What a shame, you had the perfect combination of writers and characters. Hopefully you will be wise and they can have a high school re-union ;)

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