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2024 (MMXXIV) is the current year, and is a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar. It will see season 2 of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years, as well as the 25th anniversary of the SpongeBob SquarePants series.

Date Event(s)
January 1 "X Marks the Pot" and "Patrick's Alley" premiered in South Korea.
January 6 "Squirrel Jelly" and "The String" premiered in Slovakia.
January 8 "The Patrick Show Sells Out" and "Neptune's Ball" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Pearl Wants to Be a Star" and "Super Sitters" premiered in South Korea.
January 9 The SpongeBob SquarePants Mysteries book Stage Fright! was released.
"Dad's Stache Stash" and "A Root Galoot" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 10 "The Starry Awards" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 11 "Blorpsgiving" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 12 "Stuntin'" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 15 "Olly Olly Organ Free" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Nitwit Neighborhood News" and "Mid-Season Finale" premiered in South Korea.
January 16 "Which Witch is Which?" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 17 "Get Off My Lawnie" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 18 "Bubble Bass Reviews" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 19 "Patrick's Prison Pals" premiered in Southeast Asia.
January 22 "Shrinking Stars" and "FitzPatrick" premiered in South Korea.
January 24 "The Patrick Show Sells Out," "Neptune's Ball," "Dad's Stache Stash," "A Root Galoot," "The Starry Awards," and "Blorpsgiving" released digitally in Indonesia.
January 26 "Stuntin'" and "Olly Olly Organ Free" released digitally in Indonesia.
January 27 "Goofy Scoopers" and "Pat the Dog" premiered in Japan.
"Which Witch is Which?" and "Get Off My Lawnie" released digitally in Indonesia.
January 29 "Uncredible Journey" and "Host-a-Palooza" premiered in South Korea.
February 2 SpongeBob Simulator was officially released on Roblox.
February 3 "SpongeBob's Super Bowl Party" was released on YouTube.
"Potato Puff" and "There Will Be Grease" premiered in Japan.
February 4 "The Patrick Show Cashes In" and "The Star Games" premiered in Israel.
February 5 "SpongeBob's Super Bowl Party" premiered.
"Super Stars" and "Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Israel.
"Backpay Payback" and "House Hunting" premiered in South Korea.
February 6 "10 & 1 Toilets" and "Family Plotz" premiered in Israel.
February 7 "The Wrath of Shmandor" and "There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in Israel.
February 8 "Movie Stars" and "Dr. Smart Science" premiered in Israel.
"The Big Bad Bubble Bass" and "Sea-Man Sponge Haters Club" officially premiered in Indonesia.
February 9 "SpongeBob's Road to Christmas" premiered in Indonesia.
February 10 "The Big Bad Bubble Bass" and "Sea-Man Sponge Haters Club" premiered in Japan.
February 11 "Super Bowl LVIII: Live from Bikini Bottom aired in simulcast with CBS Sports.
February 12 SpongeBob 25 started with the premiere of "Squidiot Box."
"Don't Make Me Laugh" premiered.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Drooling Fool" and "Patrick's Got a Zoo Loose" premiered in South Korea.
February 13 "The Commode Episode" premiered.
"The Star Games" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
February 14 "Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" premiered.
"Super Stars" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
February 15 "Tying the Klop-Knot" premiered.
"Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
February 16 "10 & 1 Toilets" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
February 17 "Salty Sponge" and "Karen for Spot" premiered in South Korea.
"Food PBFFT! Truck" and "Upturn Girls" premiered in Japan.
"The Patrick Show Sells Out," "Neptune's Ball," "Dad's Stache Stash," "A Root Galoot," "The Starry Awards," "Blorpsgiving," "Stuntin'," "Olly Olly Organ Free," "Get Off My Lawnie," "Which Witch is Which?," "Bubble Bass Reviews," and "Patrick's Prison Pals" premiered in Finland on Ruutu+.
February 18 "Arbor Day Disarray" and "Ain't That the Tooth" premiered in South Korea.
February 19 "Family Plotz" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in Germany.
"The Patterfly Effect" and "A Space Affair to Remember" premiered in South Korea.
February 20 "Tango Tangle" premiered.
"The Commode Episode" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Star Games" premiered in Germany.
February 21 "Blood is Thicker Than Grease" accidentally premiered on Nicktoons.
"Chum Bucket List" premiered.
"Tying the Klop-Knot" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Super Stars" premiered in Germany.
February 22 "Big Baby Patrick" premiered.
"Movie Stars" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Germany.
February 23 "Dr. Smart Science" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"10 & 1 Toilets" premiered in Germany.
February 24 "Ma and Pa's Big Hurrah" and "Yellow Pavement" premiered in South Korea.
"Say Awww!" and "Patrick the Mailman" premiered in Japan.
February 25 "The Flower Plot" and "SpongeBob on Parade" premiered in South Korea.
February 26 "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered.
"Family Plotz" premiered in Germany.
"Home ECCH!" and "Fun & Done!" premiered in South Korea.
February 27 "Is There a Director in the House?" premiered.
"The Wrath of Shmandor" premiered in Germany.
February 28 "Star Cruise" premiered.
"There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in Germany.
February 29 "Best Served Cold" premiered.
"Movie Stars" premiered in Germany.
March 1 "Single-Celled Defense" and "Buff for Puff" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Dr. Smart Science" premiered in Germany.
SpongeBob's Crazy Carnival Ride opened.
March 2 "Delivery to Monster Island" and "Ride Patrick Ride" premiered in South Korea.
"Captain Pipsqueak" and "Plane to Sea" premiered in Japan.
March 3 "Hot Crossed Nuts" and "Sir Urchin and Snail Fail" premiered in South Korea.
March 4 Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years became 3 years old.
"The Lil' Patscals" and "The Prehistoric Patrick Star Show" premiered in South Korea.
March 8 "We ♥ Hoops" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
March 9 "The Commode Episode" and "Tying the Klop-Knot" premiered in Canada.
"Friendiversary" and "Mandatory Music" premiered in South Korea.
"Squidferatu" and "Slappy Daze" premiered in Japan.
March 10 "The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in the Middle East.
"Dopey Dick" and "Plankton and the Beanstalk" premiered in South Korea.
March 11 "10 & 1 Toilets" premiered in Hispanic America.
"The Star Games" premiered in the Middle East.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
"The Patrick Show Sells Out" and "Neptune's Ball" premiered in South Korea.
March 12 "Super Stars" premiered in the Middle East.
"The Star Games" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
March 13 "Single-Celled Defense," "Buff for Puff," "We ♥ Hoops," "SpongeChovy," "Momageddon," and "Pet the Rock" were released on Paramount+ in Australia and New Zealand.
"Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in the Middle East.
"Super Stars" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
March 14 "10 & 1 Toilets" premiered in the Middle East.
"Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
March 15 "SpongeChovy" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in Hispanic America.
"10 & 1 Toilets" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
March 16 "Chum Bucket List" and "Big Baby Patrick" premiered in Canada.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in Mexico.
"My Friend Patty" and "FUN-Believable" premiered in South Korea.
"Welcome to Binary Bottom," "You're Going to Pay...Phone," and "A Skin Wrinkle in Time" premiered in Japan.
March 17 "Family Plotz" premiered in the Middle East.
"Spatula of the Heavens" and "Gary's Playhouse" premiered in South Korea.
March 18 "The Wrath of Shmandor" premiered in the Middle East.
"Family Plotz" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, and officially in Iberia.
"The Patrick Show Cashes In," "The Star Games," "Super Stars," and "Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Italy.
"Dad's Stache Stash" and "A Root Galoot" premiered in South Korea.
"Painting with Squidward" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 19 "There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in the Middle East.
"The Wrath of Shmandor" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"10 & 1 Toilets" and "Family Plotz" premiered in Italy.
"Kamp Kow" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 20 "Movie Stars" premiered in the Middle East.
"There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"The Wrath of Shmandor" premiered in Italy.
"Helter Shelter" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 21 "Dr. Smart Science" premiered in Italy and the Middle East.
"Movie Stars" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Reveille Revolution" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 22 "Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Dr. Smart Science" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
Pepe Laaksonen passed away.
March 23 "BassWard" and "Squidiot Box" premiered in Canada.
"Is There a Director in the House?" and "Star Cruise" premiered in Canada.
"Swimming Fools" and "The Goobfather" premiered in South Korea.
"Potato Puff" and "There Will Be Grease" premiered in Indonesia.
"Abandon Twits" and "Wallhalla" premiered in Japan.
March 24 "Single-Celled Defense," "Buff for Puff," We ♥ Hoops," and "SpongeChovy" premiered in Israel.
"SquidBird" and "Allergy Attack!" premiered in South Korea.
March 25 "Momageddon," "Pet the Rock," "Tango Tangle," and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Israel.
"Single-Celled Defense," "Buff for Puff," "We ♥ Hoops," and "SpongeChovy" premiered in Italy.
"The Starry Awards" and "Blorpsgiving" premiered in South Korea.
March 26 "Blood is Thicker Than Grease," "Don't Make Me Laugh," "Momageddon," and "Pet the Rock" were released on Paramount+ in Canada.
"Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" premiered in Italy.
"Prickly Pests" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 27 "Tango Tangle" and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Italy.
"Are You Smarter Than a Smart Cabin?" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 28 "Deep Sea Despot" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
March 30 "Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" premiered in Canada.
"Big Top Flop" and "Sandy, Help Us!" premiered in South Korea.
"Abandon Twits" and "Wallhalla" premiered in Hong Kong.
March 31 "Nitwit Neighborhood News," "Mid-Season Finale," "Shrinking Stars," and "FitzPatrick" premiered in Hong Kong.
April 1 "Stuntin'" and "Olly Olly Organ Free" premiered in South Korea.
"SpongeBob's Road to Christmas" premiered in India.
April 2 "Potato Puff" and "There Will Be Grease" premiered in India.
April 3 "Single-Celled Defense" accidentally premiered in Germany.
"The Big Bad Bubble Bass" and "Sea-Man Sponge Haters Club" premiered in India.
April 4 "Food PBFFT! Truck" and "Upturn Girls" premiered in India.
April 5 "Say Awww!" and "Patrick the Mailman" premiered in India.
April 6 "Captain Pipsqueak" and "Plane to Sea" premiered in India.
April 7 "Sandy, Help Us!" premiered in Kazakhstan.
"Squidferatu" and "Slappy Daze" premiered in India.
April 8 "Which Witch is Which?" and "Get Off My Lawnie" premiered in South Korea.
"Welcome to Binary Bottom," "You're Going to Pay...Phone," and "A Skin Wrinkle in Time" premiered in India.
April 9 "Abandon Twits" and "Wallhalla" premiered in India.
April 12 "Buff for Puff" premiered in Germany.
"Single-Celled Defense" officially premiered in Germany.
April 15 "Single-Celled Defense" premiered in Mexico.
"Bubble Bass Reviews" and "Patrick's Prison Pals" premiered in South Korea.
April 16 "Buff for Puff" premiered in Mexico.
April 17 "We ♥ Hoops" premiered in Mexico.
April 18 "SpongeChovy" premiered in Mexico.
April 19 "We ♥ Hoops" and "SpongeChovy" premiered in Germany.
"Momageddon," "Pet the Rock," "Tango Tangle," and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" was released on Paramount+ in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
April 22 "Momageddon" premiered in Mexico.
"Help Not Wanted" and "Camp Spirit" premiered in South Korea.
April 23 "Pet the Rock" premiered in Mexico.
April 24 "Tango Tangle" premiered in Mexico.
April 25 "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Mexico.
"A Cabin in the Kelp" premiered in Irish.
April 26 "Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" premiered in Germany on Nickelodeon.
"The Hankering" premiered in Irish.
April 27 "Tango Tangle" and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Canada.
"Super Stars" and "Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Canada.
April 28 "Single-Celled Defense" premiered in the Middle East.
April 29 "Buff for Puff" premiered in the Middle East, and accidentally in Turkey, Poland, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Single-Celled Defense" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Hill-Fu" and "Sun's Out, Fun's Out" premiered in South Korea.
April 30 "We ♥ Hoops" premiered in the Middle East, and accidentally Turkey, Poland, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"SpongeChovy" accidentally premiered in Turkey, Poland, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Buff for Puff" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
May 1 The SpongeBob SquarePants series became 25 years old.
"Momageddon" and "Pet the Rock" accidentally premiered in Turkey, Poland, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"SpongeChovy" premiered in the Middle East.
"We ♥ Hoops" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
May 2 "Tango Tangle" and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" accidentally premiered in Turkey, Poland, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"SpongeChovy" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
May 3 "Tango Tangle" and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Germany on Nickelodeon.
May 5 "Momageddon" premiered in the Middle East.
May 6 "Pet the Rock" premiered in the Middle East.
"Momageddon" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"First and Last Aid" and "Night of the Living Stench" premiered in South Korea.
May 7 "Tango Tangle" premiered in the Middle East.
"Pet the Rock" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
May 8 "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in the Middle East.
"Tango Tangle" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
May 9 "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, and officially in Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Krusty Koncessionaires" premiered in Irish.
May 10 "Dream Hoppers" premiered in Irish.
May 11 "Escape from Beneath Glove World" premiered in Irish.
May 13 "The Patrick Show Cashes In" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Regi-Hilled" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Camp Crossbones" and "A Jelly Life" premiered in South Korea.
May 14 "The Star Games" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"The Perfect Camper" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 15 "Super Stars" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Eye of the Hotdog" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 16 "Now Museum, Now You Don't" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Patrick Takes the Cake" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 17 Peter Bennett, a longtime art director on SpongeBob SquarePants and its spinoffs, passed away.
"10 and 1 Toilets" premiered in Southeast Asia.
May 20 The May 2024 premiere week started.
"Tattoo Hullabaloo" and "Too Many Patricks" premiered.
"Family Plotz" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"The Taste of Defeat" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Lake Crashers" and "Boo Light Special" premiered in South Korea.
May 21 "Much Tofu About Nothing" premiered.
"The Wrath of Shmandor" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Scaredy Squirrel" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 22 "Face/Off-Model" premiered.
"There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"Hats Off to Space" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 23 "5 Star Restaurant" premiered.
The May 2024 premiere week ended.
"Movie Stars" premiered in Southeast Asia.
"In a Nut's Shell" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
May 24 "Dr. Smart Science" premiered in Southeast Asia.
May 27 "Chum Bucket List" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Painting with Squidward" and "Kamp Kow" premiered in South Korea.
May 28 "Big Baby Patrick" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
May 29 "Is There a Director in the House?" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
May 30 "Star Cruise" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
June 3 "The Commode Episode" and "Tying the Klop-Knot" premiered in Germany.
"There Goes the Neighborhood" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Helter Shelter" and "Reveille Revolution" premiered in South Korea.
June 4 "Best Served Cold" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Chum Bucket List" premiered in Germany.
June 5 "Tattoo Hullabaloo" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Big Baby Patrick" premiered in Germany.
June 6 "Too Many Patricks" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Is There a Director in the House?" premiered in Germany.
June 7 "Much Tofu About Nothing" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Star Cruise" premiered in Germany.
June 9 "The Commode Episode" and "Tying the Klop-Knot" premiered in Israel.
June 10 "Best Served Cold" premiered in Germany.
"Chum Bucket List" and "Big Baby Patrick" premiered in Israel.
"The Switch Glitch" and "Prickly Pests" premiered in South Korea.
June 11 "Tattoo Hullabaloo" premiered in Germany.
"Is There a Director in the House?" and "Star Cruise" premiered in Israel.
June 12 "Too Many Patricks" premiered in Germany.
"Best Served Cold" and "Tattoo Hullabaloo" premiered in Israel.
June 13 "Much Tofu About Nothing" premiered in Germany and Israel.
"Too Many Patricks" premiered in Israel.
CAFE Secret Recipe opened in Japan.
June 17 "Are You Smarter Than a Smart Cabin?" and "Deep Sea Despot" premiered in South Korea.
"Cave Dwelling Sponge," "The Clam Whisperer," "Spot Returns," "The Check-Up," and "Spin the Bottle" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 18 "There's a Sponge in My Soup," "Man Ray Returns," and "Larry the Floor Manager" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 19 "Is There a Director in the House?," "Star Cruise," "Best Served Cold," "Tattoo Hullabaloo," "Too Many Patricks," and "Much Tofu About Nothing" were released on Paramount+ in Australia and New Zealand.
"The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom," "No Pictures Please," and "Stuck on the Roof" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 20 "Squidiot Box" accidentally premiered in Germany.[1]
"Krabby Patty Creature Feature," "Teacher's Pests," "Sanitation Insanity," and "Bunny Hunt" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 21 "Squidiot Box" released digitally in Germany.
"Squid Noir," "Scavenger Pants," "Cuddle E. Hugs," and "Pat the Horse" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 24 "Regi-Hilled" and "The Perfect Camper" premiered in South Korea.
"Chatterbox Gary" and "Don't Feed the Clowns" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 25 "Drive Happy" and "Old Man Patrick" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 26 "Fun-Sized Friends" and "Grandmum's the Word" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 27 "Doodle Dimension" and "Moving Bubble Bass" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
June 28 "High Sea Diving" and "Bottle Burglars" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
Summer The Patrick Star Show will premiere in Greece.
July 1 "BassWard," "Squidiot Box," "Blood is Thicker Than Grease," "Don't Make Me Laugh," "PL-1413" and "In the Mood to Feud" were released on Amazon Prime Video in Latin America.
"Eye of the Hotdog" and "Patrick Takes the Cake" premiered in South Korea.
"My Leg!" and "Ink Lemonade" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 2 "Handemonium" premiered in Irish.
"Mustard O' Mine" and "Shopping List" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 3 "Whale Watching" and "Krusty Kleaners" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 4 "Patnocchio" and "ChefBob" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 5 "Plankton Paranoia" and "Library Cards" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 8 "The Taste of Defeat" and "Scaredy Squirrel" premiered in South Korea.
"Call the Cops" and "Surf N' Turf" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 9 The Patrick Star Show became three years old.
"Goons on the Moon" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 10 Season 2 of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years was released on Paramount+ in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Brazil, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, making this date currently hold the record for the highest number of episodes to premiere in one day, with a total of 25.
Season 13 of SpongeBob SquarePants was released on Paramount+.
Season 1 of The Patrick Star Show was released on Paramount+.
"Mad Science Squirrel," "To Pop a Bubble," "High and Dry," "The Beardsman," "Five Times the Fun," "Low Falutin'," "Nut Madness," "Mermaid Men and Barnacle Boys," "A Tale of Two Roxies," "Nite Owls," "Calling Some Monsters," and "Dig This" premiered in Italy.
"Appointment TV" and "Karen's Virus" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 11 "The Grill is Gone" and "The Night Patty" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 12 "Bubbletown" and "Girls' Night Out" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 13 The 2024 Kids' Choice Awards were held in the United States and Canada.
"Best Served Cold" and "Tattoo Hullabaloo" premiered in Canada.
July 14 "BassWard," "Squidiot Box," "Blood is Thicker Than Grease," "Don't Make Me Laugh," "PL-1413," "In the Mood to Feud," "Mooned!," and "Hysterical History" premiered in Israel.
July 15 SpongeBob 25 officially debuted with the premiere of "Blood is Thicker Than Grease" on Nickelodeon.
"PL-1413" premiered.
"BassWard" and "Squidiot Box" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Mad Science Squirrel" premiered in Germany, and in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"To Pop a Bubble" premiered in Germany.
The 2024 Kids' Choice Awards were held in the UK and Ireland.
"Hats Off to Space" and "In a Nut's Shell" premiered in South Korea.
"Squirrel Jelly" and "The String" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 16 "In the Mood to Feud" premiered.
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray was released.
"Blood is Thicker Than Grease" and "Don't Make Me Laugh" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"To Pop a Bubble" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"High and Dry" premiered in Germany.
"FarmerBob" and "Gary & Spot" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 17 "Mooned!" premiered in the US and was released on Paramount+ in Germany.
"Squidiot Box," "Blood is Thicker Than Grease," "Don't Make Me Laugh," "PL-1413," "In the Mood to Feud," and "Hysterical History" were released on Paramount+ in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
The 2024 Kids' Choice Awards were held in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Tango Tangle" and "Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"High and Dry" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"BassWard" premiered in Germany.
"The Beardsman" premiered in Germany.
"The Nitwitting" and "The Ballad of Filthy Muck" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 18 "Hysterical History" premiered.
"PL-1413" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"The Beardsman" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Squidiot Box" premiered in Germany on Nickelodeon.
"Five Times the Fun" premiered in Germany.
"The Krusty Slammer" and "Pineapple RV" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 19 The 2024 Kids' Choice Awards were held in Italy.
"Mooned!" and "Hysterical History" premiered in the UK and Ireland.
"Five Times the Fun" premiered in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Low Falutin'" premiered in Germany.
"Gary's Got Legs" and "King Plankton" premiered in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 20 "Blood is Thicker Than Grease" and "Don't Make Me Laugh" premiered in Canada.
"Too Many Patricks" and "Much Tofu About Nothing" premiered in Canada.
The 2024 Kids' Choice Awards were held in Southeast Asia.
"Nut Madness" premiered in Germany.
July 21 "Mermaid Men and Barnacle Boys" will premiere in Germany.
"BassWard" will premiere in the Middle East.
July 22 "The Dirty Bubble Bass" will premiere.
"At Home, on the Lam" will premiere.
"Camp Crossbones" and "The Jelly Life" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Low Falutin'" will premiere in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"A Tale of Two Roxies" will premiere in Germany.
"The Commode Episode" and "Tying the Klop-Knot" will premiere in Italy.
"BassWard" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, Italy, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Squidiot Box" will premiere in Italy and the Middle East.
"Single-Celled Defense" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Plankton's Old Chum" and "Stormy Weather" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 23 "Sheldon SquarePants" will premiere.
"Pick Patrick's Path" will premiere.
"Lake Crashers" and "Boo Light Special" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Nut Madness" will premiere in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Nite Owls" will premiere in Germany.
"Blood is Thicker Than Grease" will premiere in Italy and the Middle East.
"Don't Make Me Laugh" will premiere in Italy.
"Chum Bucket List" and "Big Baby Patrick" will premiere in Italy.
"Squidiot Box" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Buff for Puff" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Swamp Mates" and "One Trick Sponge" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 24 "Sammy Suckerfish" will premiere.
"Time to Eat" will premiere.
"Painting with Squidward" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Mermaid Men and Barnacle Boys" will premiere in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Calling Some Monsters" will premiere in Germany.
"PL-1413" and "In the Mood to Feud" will premiere in Italy.
"Is There a Director in the House?" and "Star Cruise" will premiere in Italy.
"Don't Make Me Laugh" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Blood is Thicker Than Grease" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"We ♥ Hoops" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"The Krusty Bucket" and "Squid's on a Bus" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 25 "Big League Bob" will premiere.
"Cleanin' House" will premiere.
"Kamp Kow" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"A Tale of Two Roxies" will premiere in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Dig This" will premiere in Germany.
"Mooned!" and "Hysterical History" will premiere in Italy.
"Best Served Cold" and "Tattoo Hullabaloo" will premiere in Italy.
"Don't Make Me Laugh" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Blood is Thicker Than Grease" will premiere in Germany.
"SpongeChovy" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Sandy's Nutty Nieces" and "Insecurity Guards" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 26 "Nite Owls" will premiere in the UK and Ireland on Nickelodeon.
"Un-Breaking and De-Entering" will premiere in Germany.
"Too Many Patricks" and "Much Tofu About Nothing" will premiere in Italy.
"Broken Alarm" and "Karen's Baby" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 27 "PL-1413" and "In the Mood to Feud" will premiere in Canada.
"Face/Off-Model" and "5 Star Restaurant" will premiere in Canada.
"Swimmin' Holed" will premiere in Germany.
July 28 "Krabsy the Klown" will premiere in Germany.
"Un-Breaking and De-Entering" and "Swimmin' Holed" will premiere in Italy.
"PL-1413" will premiere in the Middle East.
July 29 "The Fun Bucket" will premiere.[2]
"Helter Shelter" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Lords of the Larp" will premiere in Germany and Italy.
"Krabsy the Clown" will premiere in Italy.
"In the Mood to Feud" will premiere in the Middle East.
"PL-1413" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Momageddon" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Shell Games" and "Senior Discount" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 30 "The Patrick Show After Dark" will premiere.[3]
"Reveille Revolution" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Mascot Mayhem" will premiere in Germany and Italy.
"Putt Up or Shut Up" will premiere in Italy.
"Mooned!" will premiere in the Middle East.
"In the Mood to Feud" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Pet the Rock" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Mind the Gap" and "Dirty Bubble Returns" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
July 31 "Chopping Spree" will premiere.[4]
"Are You Smarter Than a Smart Cabin?" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Who's Complaining?" and "Patrick's Star" will premiere in Italy.
"Putt Up or Shut Up" will premiere in Germany.
"Hysterical History" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Mooned!" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"Tango Tangle" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
"Jolly Lodgers" and "Biddy Sitting" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
August 1 "All Bot Myself" will premiere.[5]
"Deep Sea Despot" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Hysterical History" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
"A Finful of Sand Dollars" and "Cretins of the Night" will premiere in Italy.
"PL-1413" and "In the Mood to Feud" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
"Who's Complaining?" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
"Necro-Nom-Nom-Nom-I-Con" will premiere in Southeast Asia.
Part 1 of "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
August 2 Saving Bikini Bottom: The Sandy Cheeks Movie will be released on Netflix.[6]
"The Suit Suits You" and "Parasite Pals" will premiere in Italy.
"Patrick's Star" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
Part 2 of "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" will premiere in South Africa on Nicktoons in Afrikaans.
August 3 "Mooned!" and "Hysterical History" will premiere in Canada.
"End of Summer Daze" will premiere in Italy, marking the end of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that country.
"A Finful of Sand Dollars" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
August 4 "Cretins of the Night" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
August 5 "Star-Robics" will premiere.[7]
"Regi-Hilled" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"The Suit Suits You" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
August 6 "Who's the Dummy Now?" will premiere.[8]
"The Perfect Camper" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Parasite Pals" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
August 7 "Eye of the Hotdog" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
August 8 "Patrick Takes the Cake" will premiere on Nickelodeon.
"Mooned!" and "Hysterical History" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon.
"End of Summer Daze" will premiere in Germany on Nickelodeon, marking the end of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that country.
August 13 Another 100 Episodes will be released.
August 25 "Mad Science Squirrel" and "To Pop a Bubble" will premiere in the Middle East.
August 26 "High and Dry" and "The Beardsman" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Mad Science Squirrel" and "To Pop a Bubble" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
August 27 "Five Times the Fun" and "Low Falutin'" will premiere in the Middle East.
"High and Dry" and "The Beardsman" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
August 28 "Nut Madness" and "Mermaid Men and Barnacle Boys" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Five Times the Fun" and "Low Falutin'" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
August 29 "A Tale of Two Roxies" and "Nite Owls" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Nut Madness" and "Mermaid Men and Barnacle Boys" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
August 30 "A Tale of Two Roxies" and "Nite Owls" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 1 "Calling Some Monsters" will premiere in the Middle East.
September 2 "Dig This" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Calling Some Monsters" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 3 "Un-Breaking and De-Entering" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Dig This" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 4 "Swimmin' Holed" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Un-Breaking and De-Entering" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 5 "Krabsy the Klown" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Swimmin' Holed" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 6 "Krabsy the Klown" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 8 "Lords of the Larp" will premiere in the Middle East.
September 9 "Mascot Mayhem" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Lords of the Larp" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 10 "Putt Up or Shut Up" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Mascot Mayhem" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 11 "Who's Complaining?" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Putt Up or Shut Up" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 12 "Patrick's Star" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Who's Complaining?" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 13 "Patrick's Star" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 15 "A Finful of Sand Dollars" will premiere in the Middle East.
September 16 "Cretins of the Night" will premiere in the Middle East.
"A Finful of Sand Dollars" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 17 "The Suit Suits You" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Cretins of the Night" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 18 "Parasite Pals" will premiere in the Middle East.
"The Suit Suits You" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 19 "End of Summer Daze" will premiere in the Middle East, marking the end of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in that countries of that region.
"Parasite Pals" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 20 "End of Summer Daze" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe, marking the end of Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years in those countries and regions.
September 22 "The Commode Episode" will premiere in the Middle East.
September 23 "Chum Bucket List" and "Big Baby Patrick" will premiere in the Middle East.
"The Commode Episode" and "Tying the Klop-Knot" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 24 The Best 300 Episodes Ever will be released.
"Is There a Director in the House?" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Chum Bucket List" and "Big Baby Patrick" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 25 "Best Served Cold" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Is There a Director in the House?" and "Star Cruise" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 26 "Too Many Patricks" and "Much Tofu About Nothing" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Best Served Cold" and "Tattoo Hullabaloo" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 27 "Too Many Patricks" and "Much Tofu About Nothing" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
September 29 "Face/Off-Model" and "5 Star Restaurant" will premiere in the Middle East.
September 30 "At Home, on the Lam" will premiere in the Middle East.
"Face/Off-Model" and "5 Star Restaurant" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
October 1 "At Home, on the Lam" will premiere in Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, South Africa, Scandinavia, Iberia, France, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, and Central & Eastern Europe.
November 4 CAFE Secret Recipe will close in Japan.

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