A sketch comedy show starring Amanda Bynes and her self-proclaimed #1 fan, Penelope Taynt. Each episode plays with Amanda opening the show, a commercial of an unusual product, about four or five sketches, then the closing of the show.
- Amanda Bynes
- Drake Bell
- Nancy Sullivan
- Raquel Lee (Season 1)
- Johnny Kassir (Season 1)
- Josh Peck (Seasons 2-3)
- Dan Sachoff (Seasons 2-3)
List of episodes
- Main article: List of The Amanda Show episodes and sketches
|Channel aired||Broadcast run|
|October 16, 1999–October 28, 2007|
|October 31, 2007–March 11, 2008, April 4–August 3, 2009|
From 1999 to 2004, The Amanda Show aired on the SNICK block, then on the new TEENick block from 2001 to 2007. When it moved to The N by the end of October 2007, The N was still a 12-hour channel, while sharing the same channel number with Noggin since 2002. On December 31, 2007, all television programs airing on The N (including The Amanda Show) moved to the channel number formerly occupied by Nick GAS (which was officially shut down that day), and Noggin became a 24-hour channel at that same time.
27 episodes of the series can be seen on CBS All Access as of January 1, 2021.
Home video release timeline
|October 5, 2004||Volume 1: Amanda, Please! and Volume 2: The Girls' Room (DVD/VHS)|
|February 22, 2005||Volume 3: Totally Amanda (DVD/VHS)|
|July 29, 2008||The Best of Volume 1 (iTunes)|
|June 22, 2009||The Best of Volume 2 (iTunes)|
|May 16, 2011||The Best of Volume 3 (iTunes)|
|March 13, 2012||The Best of Season 1, The Complete Season 2, The Complete Season 3, The Best of The Amanda Show (DVD-R)|
|January 8, 2013||The Best of Volume 4 (iTunes)|
There was also a two-pack set for the first two volumes on DVD, released on October 5, 2004. A fourth volume, "Penelope's Picks", was set for release on July 12, 2005, as well as a fifth volume, "Trudy's Duties", on September 20, 2005. Both were never released.
The Best of Season 1 and Complete Season 3 DVDs are worth $10.99 each, the Season 2 DVD is worth $14.99, and the "Best of the Amanda Show" DVD costs $9.99. The episodes on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video are worth $1.99 per episode or $4.99 per season.
Volume 1 on iTunes contains episodes 2, 3, 10, 11 and 13; Volume 2 has episodes 14, 16, 17, 19 and 20; Volume 3 has episodes 22-26; and Volume 4 has episodes 27-31. Each volume on iTunes costs $4.99, while Volume 3 is priced at $5.99.
- http://www.nick.com/amandaplease (June 2002–2009)