Mary-Kate & Ashley's Early Shows & Movies Are Coming To Your TV!

Photo: Courtesy of Dualstar Entertainment Group.
Breaking Olsen News: Deadline reports that Nickelodeon has acquired an enormous cache of Mary-Kate and Ashley's early work. We're talking Winning London, Holiday In The Sun, and all 26 episodes of So Little Time.

"We're incredibly excited to bring the Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen's video library to Nickelodeon," said SVP Keith Dawkins. "The timeless content and style, relatable sibling dynamics and overall appeal of Mary-Kate and Ashley make this a great addition to Nick's platforms."

Until now, much of this early Olsen work was only available on secondhand DVDs and the occasional pirated YouTube clip. But, starting on Monday, April 27, you'll be able to watch virtually all of the Olsen canon from 1994-2003, including TV movies, music specials, and series. Here are some highlights.

Mary‐Kate & Ashley’s Fashion Forward
Our Lips Are Sealed
Winning London
Holiday in the Sun
When in Rome
Getting There: Sweet 16 and Licensed to Drive
The Challenge
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen: Our Music Video
The Adventures of Mary-Kate & Ashley 
So Little Time
Mary-Kate and Ashley in Action!
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen: Our First Video.
You’re Invited to Mary-Kate & Ashley’s

[Deadline]
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