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Ghostbusters, Hart win big at KCA – ‘Fuller House’ named favorite family TV show

Candace Cameron-Bure (center), and the cast of ‘Fuller House’ accept the award for favorite family TV show. (AP)

LOS ANGELES, March 12, (Agencies): Kevin Hart and the bad bunny he plays in “The Secret Life of Pets” were both winners at the Kids’ Choice Awards on Saturday night. Hart was named favorite villain for voicing Snowball, who claimed the prize for “most wanted pet” at the fan-voted show in Los Angeles. Hart also shared the “BFF” award with Dwayne Johnson, his co-star in “Central Intelligence.” The “Ghostbusters” remake was a multiple winner, claiming the “favorite movie” award and acting honors for Chris Hemsworth and Melissa Mc- Carthy. “Finding Dory” was named favorite animated movie, and star Ellen DeGeneres was the favorite voice from an animated fi lm. Wrestler-turned-actor John Cena hosted the ceremony at the Galen Center on the University of Southern California campus. Other winners at the Saturday ceremony:

■ TV show (kids): “Henry Danger.”

■ TV show (family): “Fuller House.”

■ Reality show: “America’s Got Talent.”

■ Cartoon: “SpongeBob SquarePants.”

■ Favorite frenemies: Ginnifer Goodwin & Jason Bateman in “Zootopia.”

■ Video game: “Just Dance 2017.”

■ Music group: Fifth Harmony.

■ Male singer: Shawn Mendes.

■ Female singer: Selena Gomez.

■ Soundtrack: “Suicide Squad.”

Nickelodeon debuted updated network branding during the 2017 Kids’ Choice Awards Friday night. Created with Buenos Aires-based agency Superestudio, the new branding includes nearly 300 deliverables — bumpers, IDs, promo toolkits, and graphic developments, and is set to be introduced fi rst on the network’s US linear channel, with roll-out on digital and social media platforms to follow. “We really wanted to highlight how much surprise and fun is a part of kids’ everyday lives, so we took as our inspiration the surreal nature of GIFs, memes and emoticons and created an entire new visual vocabulary,” says Michael Waldron, senior vice president and creative director art and design for Nickelodeon Group and Nick@Nite. “Using a mix of real kids and on-air talent, the refresh looks through the lens of how kids see things — the unpredictable, extraordinary and joyful nature of a child’s imagination. Superestudio was the right company for this refresh because they use a great mix of different techniques, and they brought a fresh viewpoint that had just the right amount of quirk and whimsy.” The new look will combine images of real kids with 2D and 3D graphics related to Nickelodeon properties and characters. The classic orange Nickelodeon logo will be set against an updated color palette including purple, light blue, lime and cream. On-air messaging will incorporate the modern sans-serif font Galano Grotesque Black.

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