Nick Jr. Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Nick Jr. is an American pay television channel run by ViacomCBS, the channel's ultimate owner, through ViacomCBS Domestic Media Networks division Nickelodeon Group, launched on September 28, 2009 as a spin-off of Nickelodeon's long-running preschool programming block of the same name, which had aired since 1988.
Back on April 2016, Nathanael Arnold wrote a piece for CheatSheet that talks about the worst 5 Nick Jr. TV shows: We have a hunch that Yo Gabba Gabba! will be the most controversial selection for this list. After all, the show enjoys major cachet among music fans thanks to guest appearances from popular artists like The Killers, Bootsy Collins, The Roots, The Flaming Lips, and Erykah Badu (not to mention regular beatboxing segments from Biz Markie). The show also has a weirdly trippy design aesthetic and a personable host named DJ Lance Rock, who manages to wear a bright orange jumpsuit without coming off as totally creepy. He’s just a little creepy.
Steve says"Dish is the only network that is too cheap to provide service for your local sports teams. They try to spin it that they have tried but why are they the only ones to not provide you service but still charge high prices."
customer says"I DON'T LIKE THAT THE SHOWS RECORDED ARE NOT PUT IN ORDER FROM 1ST AIRED TO LAST EPISODE. I WANTED A WRITTEN LIST OF CHANNELS I PAY FOR. SHOULD HAVE DIRECTIONS IN WRITTEN FORM."
David Elkins says"Worst experience I’ve ever had with a company. Was supposed to received $150 gift card that I still have never received going on four months. I called two weeks ago and they said that they were going to have to listen to the recording between myself and their agent to see if I mentioned a gift card. They then proceeded to tell me to call back in a couple of weeks to see what the outcome of the recording was. So today, I called GoDish and they told me that I didn’t say anything about the gift card on my conversation with the agent I told them that I wanted a copy of the conversation and they said that they can’t provide that. I told the agent when I first talked with him that I was on the fence about getting cable/dish and the gift card was the difference maker. Maybe that part of the conversation isn’t recorded which would be where they get you."
DEBBIE BULLOCK says"I signed up like three or four yrs ago, the minute my year was up the raised my rate, then later I had to open books that came with setup because I had hit a wrong button, anyways, it's then that I see my rate wasn't supposed to raise for another year. I have been doing auto pay this entire time, until vivid happened, now they put messages on TV when I'd turn it on telling me they'd shut me down, since then I get emails or texts or both along with postal mail, so I'm getting very tired of being treated as if I had cheated them, they have been making money from me abundantly, but this is how they have been treating me since April. So on my next day off I'm calling spectrum, I will get better channels, better treatment and lower bill!!!"