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Steve From “Blue’s Clues” Checks in on “The Kids He Raised” and Millennials Are Having Lots of Emotions

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Following the release of the new docu series, “Quiet on Set,” people across the internet are grappling this week with the shocking revelations of sexual abuse that took place behind the scenes of beloved 90’s Nickelodeon shows. Steve from “Blue’s Clues” is checking in on us in the aftermath.

Millennials and 90’s adults are struggling this week after Investigation Discovery’s much-anticipated docu series Quiet on Set: The Dark Side Of Kids TV premiered last Sunday and Monday. 

The series features a host of former child actors, who are now speaking out about their alleged experiences behind the scenes on some of the most popular Nickelodeon shows of the 90’s and early 2000’s including All ThatThe Amanda ShowDrake & JoshZoey 101, and iCarly.

In addition to Drake & Josh’s Drake Bell revealing allegations of being sexually abused as a child on set, one of the greatest shockers of the series is the horrific behavior of famed Nickelodeon producer Dan Schneider. Several troubling scenes from the network’s most beloved shows have resurfaced, highlighting just some of the ways Schneider sexualized his young stars. 

Many former Nickelodeon employees also came forward with allegations against Schneider including two women who were forced to share a salary. The same two women also revealed how Schneider would interrupt their work to make them give him neck massages, something Schneider later addressed in an interview with iCarly actor, BooG!e. 

Fans Grapple With Bombshell Interviews in “Quiet on Set”

In the aftermath of the docu series, which aired March 17th and 18th, fans have taken to social media in droves, disheartened by the truth of what was happening off-screen on their favorite childhood shows. 

“I’m having a really tough time getting through #QuietOnSet and I think that’s because unlike other documentaries, I remember every single person, every single sketch, every single show mentioned because they were part of my childhood,” author and journalist Morgan Jerkins tweeted. Her post garnered thousands of likes in retweets in agreement. 

Several other users tweeted about the fallout for Nickelodeon, new realizations about super sexualized scenes or jokes in the shows, and overall heartache for the actors and crew members who endured trauma on the sets of these shows. 

So when another familiar and beloved Nickelodeon face from their childhoods decided to check-in on millennials, the internet could not hold back their emotions.