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Posted Monday 6/25/18 at 1:35PM EDT
Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell to compete on a special Double Dare episode
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Fellow All That alum Lori Beth Denberg will also join the former Kenan & Kel stars on Double Dare, which returns today with new host Liza Koshy. “I am so excited to be playing on Double Dare and for whole new generation of kids to experience this iconic game show,” says Mitchell. “This episode will be double special because Kenan and I will be playing against each other and we are both huge fans of Double Dare! I can’t wait to see the super talented Liza Koshy rock it as the new host!”
Posted Monday 3/26/18 at 7:27PM EDT
Nickelodeon and "King of the Tween Comedies" Dan Schneider part ways after a long successful relationship
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
The former Head of the Class star became famous as a mega-producer of Nickelodeon's hit tween comedies, creating and/or producing Drake & Josh, The Amanda Show, Zoey 101, iCarly, Kenan & Kel, Victorious, All That and the current No. 1 hit show on Nickelodeon, Henry Danger. "Since several Schneider’s ... projects are wrapping up, both sides agreed that this is a natural time for Nickelodeon and (production company) Schneider’s Bakery to pursue other opportunities and projects," Nickelodeon said in a statement.
Posted Monday 2/12/18 at 8:22PM EST
Kenan and Kel reunite with All That cast for MTV's Wild 'N Out
Source: Page Six
The former Nickelodeon stars shared pictures of their reunion on Instagram.
Posted Friday 12/08/17 at 9:21PM EST
How Nickelodeon’s All That connected a writer to “my blackness”
Aisha Harris, who grew up in a white suburb, said All That introduced her to black artists like Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes. “And,” she adds, “though I doubt this was the intent of the two white guys who created the show, the chance to sit my booty on the ground or in a chair every week soaking up a landmark era in black music laid the foundation for the deep connection and affinity I now feel every time I’m amongst a crowd of black people, and we’re all singing and dancing along to the same beloved songs.”
Posted Friday 8/18/17 at 8:43PM EDT
Nickelodeon’s SNICK premiered 25 years ago
Source: Vanity Fair
The two-hour Saturday night Nickelodeon block launched in August 1992, replacing Nick at Nite once a week and provided kids with something to watch on one of the two nights of the week they have free. It also become the home for shows like Clarissa Explains it All, All That and Kenan & Kel.