Scott Fellows (born September 28, 1965) is an American television producer, writer, and director.
He is the creator and executive producer of Nickelodeon's Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, Cartoon Network's Johnny Test, and Nickelodeon's hit Kids-Choice-Award-winning TV series Big Time Rush. 100 Things to Do Before High School was premiered on Nickelodeon in 2015. His newest animated series, Supernoobs also premiered on Cartoon Network in 2015.
Fellows had been previously working as a staff writer late in the second season to early in the seventh season of The Fairly OddParents. He also wrote some episodes of Recess. He was even nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for the show in 2003. His earlier writing credits also include episodes of Weinerville (where he performed Zip, Louie, and Professor Phosphate), U to U, All That, 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd and Doug.
|Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide||Nickelodeon (2004–2007)||Creator, Writer, & Executive Producer||Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, commonly called "Ned's Declassified", is an American live-action situation comedy on Nickelodeon that debuted in the channel's Sunday night TEENick scheduling block on September 12, 2004. It follows the lives of Ned, Cookie and Moze, three best friends, and their adventures/misadventures in James K. Polk Middle School. The school lunch is alive, the teachers are crazy, and the janitor, Gordy, has never cleaned anything in his life, yet still has a job at the school. The show deals with social problems, as well as academic subjects like friends, lockers, projects, social studies, tests, etc. Each episode focuses on one main issue students normally encounter while providing tips on how to handle these situations. The series' actual pilot episode aired on September 7, 2003 without many of the current version's main characters. The main series finale television movie aired on June 8, 2007.
In November 2006, the series won the Global Entertainment Award for best kids' programming of the millennium, in a ceremony held in Copenhagen, Denmark. This is a first for a live action series that he created.
|Johnny Test||Kids' WB (2005–2008)
|Creator, Writer: Story, Producer (Season 1), Executive Producer (Seasons 2-6), Story Editor, & Songwriter||Johnny Test is an American-Canadian animated television series. The series follows on an 11-year-old boy named Johnny Test who goes on adventures with his talking dog, Dukey, as they cause chaos and mischief around the fictional city of Porkbelly. The show first aired on September 17, 2005 on The WB, January 26, 2006 on Cartoon Network UK, October 28, 2006 on Teletoon and finally January 7, 2008 on Cartoon Network. This is the first animated series that Scott Fellows created.|
|Big Time Rush||Nickelodeon (2009–2013)||Creator, Writer, Executive Producer, Director, Additional Music Composer||Big Time Rush centers around four teenage best friends from Minnesota who get the chance to live it up in Los Angeles and become the next hit-making boy band after getting a deal with record producer "Gustavo Rocque" (Stephen Kramer Glickman). As they seize this opportunity of a lifetime, these friends embark on an exciting comedy and music-filled journey to prove to themselves and their record label that they're serious about their new career choice. They are accompanied by Kendall's mom, Mrs. Knight (Challen Cates) and his little sister, Katie Knight (Ciara Bravo). The pilot episode aired on November 28, 2009 while the series debuted on Monday January 18, 2010 to 7.1 million viewers. The show hit a high note as it became the highest-rated live-action premiere in Nickelodeon history.
In October 2010, the series received an Australian Kids Choice Award for Favorite TV Show, and has been nominated for other multiple award categories since then. The series concluded on July 25, 2013 after four years on television, although the band continued to perform for a few months before going on a hiatus.
|100 Things to Do Before High School||Nickelodeon (2014–2016)||Creator, Writer, Executive Producer, & Theme Music Composer||100 Things To Do Before High School follows C.J., Fenwick, and Crispo, 3 kids in middle school. C.J. thought high school was all fun, but she gets a rude awakening, realizing every thing will change.|
|Supernoobs||Cartoon Network (2015–2016)
|Creator, Developer, Writer, Executive Producer, & Theme Music Composer||Supernoobs centers around Kevin, Tyler, Shope, and the Roach. It premiered on November 2, 2015 on Cartoon Network in the United Kingdom and Ireland.|
|The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle||Amazon Prime (2018-2019)||Executive Producer (alongside Tiffany Ward)|
|Abby Hatcher||TVOKids (Canada)
Nickelodeon (U.S.) (2019–present)
|Developer, Writer, Executive Producer, & Storyboard Artist||Abby Hatcher (originally titled Abby Hatcher, Fuzzly Catcher) is a Canadian CGI-animated television series created by Rob Hoegee. Produced by Guru Studio in conjunction with Spin Master Entertainment, the series premiered on Nickelodeon in the United States on January 1, 2019, and on TVOKids in Canada on February 11, 2019. It debuted online on December 18, 2018|
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|A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!||Nickelodeon (2011)||Co-Writer, with Butch Hartman||This is a live-action television movie based on the animated series, The Fairly OddParents, created by Butch Hartman.|
|Big Time Movie||Nickelodeon (2012)||Series Based on, Writer, & Executive Producer||This is a television movie based on Big Time Rush and the first movie that Scott Fellows created.|
- Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. "Primetime Emmy Awards nominations for 2003 - OUTSTANDING MUSIC AND LYRICS". Retrieved on June 16, 2013.
- "Teletoon and Cartoon Network go for Supernoobs". TBI Vision. August 12, 2014. Retrieved October 7, 2014.
- RegularCapital (October 15, 2015). "Cartoon Network UK November 2015 Highlights" (Press release). Turner Broadcasting System Europe. Retrieved October 16, 2015.
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