Nick Go! was a Kuboian children's television channel owned by MTV Networks Kuboia that operated from October 1999 until its demise in October 2010. It was a Kuboian-exclusive spin-off to the Nickelodeon branding.
Nick Go! had an unusual format for a children's television channel, as it had no regular programming; instead, its programming consisted of a variety of different things, reviews and sneak peaks of upcoming video games and films, interviews with celebrities and other high profile individuals, promotional material and music video among other content. The channel also did not air any advertisements, instead being backed by infomercials. Content was typically divided between 30-120 minute blocks.
Due to the channel's strange and unique format, Nick Go! spawned a passionate cult following which continues to this day.