"All That" was the show that continued to give Nickelodeon a decade in the 90s and 2000s. Now the company's president believes that the revival of the comedy series can be all that – and more.
Nickelodeon will revive the program – "Saturday Night Live" for the animation set – with a whole new actor. But the show will also have feedback to its past. Kenan Thompson, the long-time SNL member who started on television when "All That" started in 1994, will be an executive producer. Nickelodeon expects some of the former members of the cast to appear in the series
The comedy show "stays in the rainbow for many years," says Brian Robbins, Nickelodeon President, Variety . "People really like it." An ordinary "Good Burger" sketch was placed in a fast-food restaurant with a pointless treasurer and in 1
Thompson is one of the people who remember the series gently. "It means everything to me," he said. . "That was my first job I've ever had. That gave me the opportunity. "