Not only will Viacom's MTV that will be seeing big programming changes soon, but now sister network Nickelodeon is ending a major series.
The kids network's "iCarly" is ending its five-year-old run later this month on November 23 with a special hour-long series ender. Nickelodeon says the live-action series currently ranks as the network's number-one show with kids 6-11 and tweens 9-14 -- this, according to Nielsen.
Still, the series won't go away -- at least on digital platforms: iCarly.com will feature a brand-new game, "The Epic iCarly Game," as well as releasing some original webisodes.
After this season, MTV is ending its high-rated "Jersey Shore.