Nickelodeon's Campaign To Make The '90s Last Forever Marches On With An 'All That' Reunion

It's a relentless assault on your sense of nostalgia.

In the '90s, Nickelodeon reigned supreme as the destination for cartoons, sketch shows, and TV movies aimed at kids. Maybe it's been feeling a bit of a lull lately because suddenly, a fair chunk of the biggest properties are getting revivals or reunions. There's Kenan and Kel teaming up again for a Good Burger sketch on The Tonight Show, new movie versions of Hey Arnold! and Legends of the Hidden Temple, and a glut of other beloved shows that might be coming back in one form or another via The Splat.

The latest confirmed resurrection is another classic: All That. The show was essentially Saturday Night Live for kids, featuring a rotating cast from 1994-2005 that mixed and matched up for various sketches every episode. Many of the recurring ones, such as Good Burger, spun off into their own shows or movies, and it's where stars such as Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon, and Jamie Lynn Spears got their start. Now a bunch of the players are reuniting for a special on The Splat, coming this April.

Ready yet? Get set ... you know the rest.

If you're a '90s kid, this should give you a brief respite from the crushing realities of adult life:

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