Quiet on Set Exposes Kids TV's Darkest Side

The disgraced boss of Nickelodeon's heyday, Dan Schneider, was initially charged with wrongdoing in 2018, at a time when Hollywood was coming to terms with the abuse that the Me Too movement has ingrained in the business. 

For years, there have been reports that the creator and producer of popular sketch programs All That and The Amanda Show, as well as sitcoms Kenan & Kel, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly, and Victorious, frequently tormented the sets. 

Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV, a brand-new four-part documentary series on Investigation Discovery, at last tackles those accusations. 

Further victims came forward following the initial accusations in 2018 regarding his claimed on-set anger management difficulties and his recorded penchant to publish images of young actresses' feet on Twitter. 

Former child performers criticized Schneider in 2022 for inserting "sexualized" moments in children's shows.

These actors included Jeanette McCurdy from iCarly and Alexa Nichols from Zoey 101.

Crew members, on the other hand, claimed to have experienced harassment and discrimination based on their gender. 

They recalled instances in which Schneider had asked them to get massages in the middle of the workday.

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