Hey Arnold! followed the daily adventures of Arnold and friends, but what if he wasn't the protagonist of the series, and instead it was Helga?
Hey Arnold! was controversy-free... for the most part, as the episode "Arnold Betrays Iggy" ended up being quite controversial. Here's why.
If an animated series takes place in the U.S., there's bound to be a Thanksgiving episode. So, spend Turkey Day with these 10 episodes and specials.
Hey Arnold! was one of Nickelodeon’s best animated shows and that was thanks to its loveable characters and the incredible cast who voiced them.
Hey Arnold could have continued after its cancellation through a spinoff series focused on Helga and her family. Here's what it would have been like.
We're taking a look back at one of our favorite animated TV shows from our Nickelodeon days to see what we may have missed as kids.
Hey Arnold! came to an end in 2004 after five seasons and one movie, and the reason behind its cancelation has to do with the second movie.
Not much was known about Arnold's family in Hey Arnold! but viewers got to meet a very peculiar family member at some point: cousin Arnie.
Hey Arnold's Pigeon Man appeared in one episode and became the center of a very dark and depressing fan theory. Here's how it goes and why it's wrong.
Hey Arnold! was not safe from dark fan theories, but there's one in particular that went as far as to create a new origin for the series.
Hey Arnold! introduced a boy with football-shaped head and his bully, Helga Pataki. However, she's not the real bully in the series: it's her parents.
Nickelodeon is known for classic animated shows like SpongeBob Squarepants and Rugrats, but the channel has a surprising history before these shows.
There's a lot about Hey Arnold! that you probably forgot about. From Arnold’s last name, to the future of the characters, there’s a lot to learn.