|Natalie's Backseat Traveling Web Show|
|Format||Animated cartoon, live action|
|Directed by||Mark Foster|
|Starring||Unknown as Natalie|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||About 10 or more|
|Running time||Approx. 3 minutes|
|Original run||1996 – 1998|
Natalie's Backseat Traveling Web Show was a television series consisting of 3-minute shorts on Nickelodeon in the mid to late 1990s. The series was developed by Karen Fowler and Parker Reilly. The series was produced by Karen Fowler and directed by Mark Foster for Nickelodeon's Creative Labs. The website was written by Caitilin McAdoo and Carmen Morais, with web design and programming by Fusebox, Inc.
Its premise was centered around a preteen girl named Natalie who managed a live web diary while her family traveled across the United States while in the backseat of the family van. The character Natalie's web site, which later became Nick.com, would also contain games, photos, audio, and video clips along with written words about the character's thoughts and musings. The website and television shorts launched simultaneously in 1996, as both correlated with the other. The show was created before weblogs, audio blogs, photo blogs, and vlogs rose in popularity in the 2000s.