The death was reported by Reuters, according to the Nickelodeon Children's Television Channel, where the series of yellow gay couples and their friends in the suburban city of Zátiší Bikin were broadcast.
"We are unhappy about the news that Steve Hillenburg died after fighting with the ALS," said television. "He was a friend of a friend and a longer creative partner to all Nickelodeon, with all his family in the heart," she said.
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ALS is an abbreviation for amyotropic lateral sclerosis, a neurodegenerative disease that was reported in 2014 in people in connection with the so-called boating challenge that people put on an ice water. That ALS suffered, Hillenburg announced in 2017.
The first series about Spongebob, written by Hillenburg, was made and ruled, was broadcast in 1999. But Hillenburg began to make marine figures too much when he learned science marine biology in California. The series of yellow seafarers won a number of prizes, including four Emmy TV prizes, and also received film and music work.