Nickelodeon has been separated from Dan Schneider, the creator of many network hit programs such as iCarly, Zoey 101 and Drake & Josh for current reasons that are not known.  "Nickelodeon and our longtime creative partner Dan Schneider / Schneider's Bakery have agreed not to extend the current deal," Nickelodeon said in a statement by PEOPLE via Henry Danger The Representatives of Jace Norman
"As several Schneider's Bakery projects have been completed, both sides have agreed that it is a natural time for Nickelodeon and Schneider's Bakery to pursue other opportunities and projects." it continues. 1
A Nickelodeon representative did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
Schneider has worked with Nickelodeon on a long list of talents while at Nickelodeon. He began in 1993 as executive producer and author for the sketch comedy series All That .
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In 1999 he became showmaster for The Amanda Show with Amanda Bynes. Schneider continued to work with Bynes on the WB sitcom What I Like about You in 2002.
Schneider returned to Nickelodeon in 2004 to create Drake & Josh with Drake Bell and Josh Peck , He followed this project with Zoey 101 with Jamie Lynn Spears.
Further successes followed with Victorious with Victoria Justice, iCarly with Miranda Cosgrove and Sam & Katzen with Ariana Grande.
His most recent projects include Henry Danger, Game Shakers and The Adventures of Kid Danger .
Schneider is not the first writer Nickelodeon has gone astray with it. In October, the PEOPLE network announced that Chris Savino, the creator of the Loud House was no longer working with them after numerous allegations of sexual harassment.
"We take allegations of misconduct very seriously, and we are committed to creating a safe and professional workplace environment that is free from harassment or other inappropriate behavior," a spokesperson for the network said in a statement at the time.
"The Loud House which is currently in its second season, will continue to air on Nickelodeon and be in production," the spokesman said. "Season 3 is due to be premiered in early 2018."
Savino's exit came after he was reportedly fired from the network in early October.
According to Cartoon Brew, at least 12 female Nickelodeon employees came forward with allegations about the 46-year-old, including allegations that he had made unwanted sexual advances and blacklisted threats within the industry after consensual relationships with colleagues ended.
The director and writer has worked on numerous animated programs including Johnny Test and Dexter's Laboratory and was commissioned for three Primetime Emmys for his work The Powerpuff Girls: # 39; Twas the Fight Before Christmas Escape from Cluster Prime and Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil.
- With reports by Gillian Telling