I remember something like that in the 80s, on BBC1, but I think it was Canadian. The opening titles finished with an oval photo of the family, on a black background, and below the title of the programme.
Staying with Nickelodeon, they showed an American series about a boy who had loads of CCTV in his house, to see what was going on, and loads of monitors, branded "NOSY", as opposed to some Japanese manufacturer. Bailey Kippers POV was the name.
It wasn't a Nickelodeon show, it actually went out on CBS originally but was co produced by MTM Enterprises (which our TVS had bought years previously and later sold in 1993) and by the time Bailey Kipper came along it was effectively a Fox production in all but name at that time. Presumably it only ended up on Nickelodeon through syndication. Bailey Kipper only ran for 13 episodes (and it did air over here on CBBC) but I suppose had it debuted on Nickelodeon it might have lasted longer, it was an interesting premise that was quite ahead of its time.
Lead actor Michael Galeota who played Bailey Kipper on the show died in 2016 from heart disease, he was only 31.