Dan Schneider, ex-Nickelodeon producer, apologizes after 'Quiet on Set'

Former Nickelodeon producer Dan Schneider apologized for his behavior and the on-set climate of his 2000s and 2010s adolescent and teen series.

In response to the Sunday and Monday Investigation Discovery special “Quiet on

 Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV,” Schneider, who left the network in 2018, spoke out.

Schneider called the docuseries “difficult” and “embarrassing” in a video with actor Bobbie K. Bowman, known as BooG!e.

“Facing my past behaviors — some of which are embarrassing and regrettable — and I definitely owe some people a pretty strong apology,” Schneider added.

He interviewed Bowman, who played T-Bo on “iCarly,” on Schneider’s YouTube channel Tuesday.


Schneider created Nick's hit series “All That,” “The Amanda Show,” “Drake and Josh,” and “iCarly.”


Several performers and former child stars on Schneider-produced series claimed abuse, inappropriate behavior, and a poisonous work atmosphere in


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