Nickelodeon has announced its 2010-2011 slate of programming, including six new series, new seasons for 16 returning shows, and five new series across Nick’s digital nets, which include TeenNick, Nick Jr., and Nicktoons.

The six new series to be added to Nickelodeon’s line-up are:

-House of Anubis (working title), a long-form, live-action mystery that follows eight teens trying to solve a hidden mystery at an English boarding school

-Victorious, starring Victoria Justice (Tori Vega) who unexpectedly finds herself navigating life at an elite performing arts high school 

-Kung Fu Panda: The Series, which chronicles more adventures of Po;

-Planet Sheen, an intergalactic tale of Sheen Guevera Estevez (Jimmy Neutron), who crash lands on Zeenu and deals with bizarre customs and creatures as he tries to return home

-T.U.F.F. Puppy, which follows the dim-witted dog named Dudley Puppy who is recruited by the super secret crime fighting organization, T.U.F.F., to protect his hometown against the evil animal organization, D.O.O.M. (image above)

-Bubble Guppies, a new interactive, animated variety show for preschoolers set in an underwater classroom.

    Returning shows for 2010-2011 include: iCarly; True Jackson, VP; BrainSurge; Nick News with Linda Ellerbee; Big Time Rush; The Troop; SpongeBob SquarePants; The Penguins of Madagascar; The Fairly OddParents; Glenn Martin, DDS; Fanboy and Chum Chum; Team Umizoomi; Go, Diego, Go!; The Wonder Pets; The Backyardigans; and Dora the Explorer.

    Nick’s digital nets—TeenNick, Nicktoons, and Nick Jr.–will also add five new shows: Gigantic (TeenNick), Voltron Panthera Force (Nicktoons), Dragon Ball Z Kai (Nicktoons), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Nicktoons), and Dino Dan (Nick Jr.).