Back in October, Nickelodeon launched a new block of programming known as The Splat, which airs episodes of the network's classic animated shows such as Rugrats, Hey Arnold! and The Ren and Stimpy Show. Earlier this week, The Splat revealed that they are also assembling a reunion of another popular Nickelodeon series, All That, with a new video that features cast members Danny Tamberelli, Kel Mitchell, Josh Server, Lori Beth Denberg and Kenan Thompson. E! Online reports that the reunion will take place on The Splat on April 16 and April 17, during a marathon of the original series.
The cast members will reunite for 1-3 minute video interstitials that will air during the marathon, where they will discuss their experiences of working on All That, which originally aired for 10 seasons between 1994 and 2005. The show helped launch the careers of other stars such as Amanda Bynes, Nick Cannon and Jamie Lynn Spears, but it isn't known if they will be appearing during the marathon. This will actually be the second reunion for these stars in under a year.
Back in October, the All That cast reunited at New York Comic Con, to help launch The Splat. One of the show's most popular sketches was turned into the 1997 movie Good Burger starring Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson. Just a month before NYCC, Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson performed in a new Good Burger sketch for NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
The series spawned a number of spinoffs including Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show starring Amanda Bynes, Action League Now!!! and The Nick Cannon Show. Some of the show's other popular sketches include Detective Dan, Everyday French with Pierre Escargot, Vital Information and Walter the Earboy. It isn't known if there are plans for any of these cast members to get back in costume and re-enact these sketches during the marathon.
This marathon is just the latest example of Nickelodeon's 90s renaissance. Just yesterday, we reported that Kirk Fogg has signed on to star in Legends of The Hidden Temple: The Movie, based on the hit 1990s game show. The network is also debuting Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie in 2017, and developing a revival series for Clarissa Explains It All, which may bring back Melissa Joan Hart in the title role. Take a look at the All That reunion trailer below, before tuning into this marathon on April 16 and 17.