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Jay Schmalholz Shelly Sumpter Gillyard Andrew Llinares (executive producers) Ben Thursby (co-executive producer)
The 28th Annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards was held on March 28, 2015, at the Forum in Inglewood, California and hosted by Nick Jonas. The show was broadcast at 8:00 PM (ET/PT), produced by Nickelodeon Productions, with a simulcast in the United States also carried across sister networks TeenNick, Nicktoons and TV Land, along with the network's mobile apps and website. It was led into by a double episode of The Thundermans. There were 4 new categories this year. Voting took place in six continents on 19 localized websites, along with various simulcasts across the world, on either live or tape-delayed. Despite the simulcast, the show suffered a deep drop from the 2014 ceremony, attracting approximately 3,630,000 million total viewers for the original American airing, a drop of 27% from year to year. TV sitcom Austin & Ally swept the KCAs, taking home 3 blimps; the series is the second from Disney Channel to win favorite kids show in KCA history.
The premiere of a new animated series, Harvey Beaks, aired after the telecast.
The nominations were announced on February 20, with local awards awarded during continuity with the American ceremony on tape delay 29 March on Nickelodeon. The ceremony was re-transmitted 5 April on Channel 5, which Viacom acquired in 2014, marking the first time the Kids' Choice Awards was transmitted free-to-air in the United Kingdom.