Source: Nickelodeon Renews 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' for Season 4 (Exclusive)
GOOD NEWS! Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been renewed for a twenty-episode fourth season (as per the Hollywood Reporter)!! But wait, they're still in the thick of Season Two! Why renew it now? Oh, right, the show is a ratings goldmine for Nick.
Also in Turtles' news is the answer to a question fans have asked since Leonardo began to be voiced in the past few weeks by not Jason Biggs. Though Biggs was on two weeks ago, but again absent in this week's episode as shown here:
Well, starting with the show's third season (also per Hollywood Reporter) is the role of Leonardo is being recast and given to Seth Green (Robot Chicken, Family Guy). As for why Biggs is leaving the show, Nick never gave an actual answer, though there have been theories it could be due to the actor's controversal tweets during the show's first season and second (which were later removed). Or, the actor may be planning to focus more on Orange is the New Black. Who knows? It's all speculation.
As mentioned before, TMNT is still currently airing it's season season.
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