|Type||General Entertainment company|
|Key people||PolarKey (president)|
|Products||Everything that can be found on SBFW|
On November 6th 2016, a company know as Polar Incorporated was created, along with its first television series titled SpongeBob n' Stuff. The series was a hit at first (though eventually began to show its age and become cringeworthy) and aired on Fox Kids and Playhouse Disney (now Toon Disney Channel). Not long after that, Polar Incorporated's first channel launched, and was widely considered the best channel on the wiki at the time. Temmie Central aired a range of programming for children, teenagers and adults. However, the channel seemed odd and unsafe for its audience, so a night-time block titled Night Hours was launched. Fox Kids then proceeded to release a night-time block on their channel, and then proceeded to seemingly copy Temmie Central's every move, resulting in a war between the two networks, followed by a peace treaty. During this time, Polar Incorporated launched their own cable network provider which was a huge success. The company also bought Nintendo, and release their best and most popular show, known as SBFW Go!.
Everything seemed to be going great, but Polar Incorporated's founder suddenly decided to leave the wiki, and the company was abandoned.
PolarKey (Polar Incorporated's founder) had suddenly been appearing on the wiki again in 2018, only hinting that everyone should 'keep their tentacles held'. His return was later announced in the 'PI news' web-series. Also announced was the company being re-named to PI. SBFW Go! was started back up, along with a new series titled Pampers: The Series, co-owned with Squidwork. Temmie Central's Night Hours block was removed, making Temmie central a 24-hour network, and the block's shows were moved onto a new channel titled Polo. Two movie adaptations of SpongeBob n' Stuff and SBFW Go! were later announced too.
This list does not include unaired spin-offs, spin-offs without pages (most found here) nor Temmie n' Stuff (as it is simply another season of SpongeBob n' Stuff).
|2016-Present||SpongeBob n' Stuff||Best and longest running show|
|2016-2017||SpongeBob's Fanon Wiki||Cancelled due to lack of interest, though recieved a lot of praise and eventually gained a reboot and a film|
|2017-Present||SBFW Go!||Considered successor to SpongeBob's Fanon Wiki and cancelled project Burned|
|2018-Present||Pampers: The Series||Co-owned with Squidwork|
|2018-Present||Discord Crib (Clean Version)|
PI distributes all their films, except The SpongeBob n' Stuff Movie, which was distributed by Paramount Pictures.
|June 17th 2017 (June 21st worldwide)||The SpongeBob n' Stuff Movie||PolarKey||$5,983,878,021||Released|
|July 27th 2018||Temmies||Toby Fox & PolarKey||$2,553,670,027||Released|
|2018|| SpongeBob's Fanon Wiki: The Movie |
(merely distributed by PI)
|GraniteToast1992 & PolarKey||TBA||In Production|
|TBA||The SpongeBob n' Stuff Movie 2||PolarKey||TBA||In Production|
|TBA|| Nothing Nothing Fanon Wiki |
(merely distributed by PI)
|TBA||SBFW Go!: Treasure Island||PolarKey||TBA||In Production|
- Club SpongeBob (2017)
- GameBob (2017)
- Party Tem (2017)
- SBFW Rock Band (2018)
- SpongeBob All Star Racing (2017)
- Temmie Central All Star Racing (2017)
- The SpongeBob n' Stuff Movie Video Game (2017)
- SBFW Go! Groove (2018)
All albums released are by the people listed at the Tem Shop Records page (link above).