Teletoon greenlit two seasons of Wayside consisting of thirteen half-hour episodes each, and they aired from 2007 to 2008; the series also aired briefly on Nickelodeon during this time. The series was nominated for a "Best TV Series for Children" at the 2008 Cartoons on the Bay award ceremony.
Reruns of the show had also aired on Nicktoons Network from June 25, 2007 until it was removed from U. The pilot episode and the first season are both available on DVD.
Skye Sweetnam grew up in the tiny Toronto suburb of Bolton, where she studied singing and dancing from a young age.
By her early teens she'd moved on to songwriting, and recorded a demo with the help of a local Bolton music school.
Today, most of these former lip-syncing product pushers are hovering on either side of age 30 and already long past their expiration date, leaving reality television and game shows the only shelves that will hold the weight of their baggage.
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Wayside (also known as Wayside School) is a Canadian-American animated comedy television series developed by John Derevlany for Teletoon and Nickelodeon.
The series centres on Todd, a transfer student who attends Wayside, an offbeat 30-story elementary school.
Sumo Cyco are as much about fun as they are kickass music. Metal Discovery met up with Skye for a chinwag in Nottingham, a short while before she was due to hit the stage with her band mates for the opening night of the tour.
Fully recovered from an unfortunate episode of airborne "cheap wine" vomit on what transpired to be a nightmare flight from Canada involving technical faults and delays, Skye's jovial demeanour is enlivening as she chats away candidly about all things Sumo Cyco... I mean, we love it over here and we have a lot of fun every time we come.