Twenty-two years after ’90s Nickelodeon show All That dominated TV screens nationwide, four of the original cast members reunited at San Diego Comic-Con for a nostalgic panel devoted to memories about the show. Josh Server, Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli, and Lori Beth Denberganswered questions on stage (alongside a fan-favorite All That prop: the giant ear of corn), recalling their favorite set stories and discussing the impact that ’90s Nickelodeon had on fans’ lives.
For those millennials who grew up watching Nickelodeon in the 90s will get a blast from the past with a panel discussion and Q&A session with the cast from All That and Legends of the Hidden Temple in Room 6A from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Josh Server, Danny Tamberelli, Lori Beth Denberg, and Kel Mitchell will discuss all things All That, with a few added surprises. Plus, get the first look at Nick’s new TV movie based on Legends of the Hidden Temple and hear about it from returning cast members Kirk Fogg and Dee Bradley Baker, and other panelists.
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Goodbye Ear Boy, hello Ab Man!
Josh Server, your childhood crush from All That, Goodburger and a variety of other Nickelodeon kids’ sketch shows is all grown up, and would you look at those abs? The now 37-year-old actor Instagrammed a photo of his chiseled torso yesterday, and although the pectorals weren’t meant to be the focus of the shot, they definitely grabbed our attention.
Clearly Josh has been hitting the gym in recent years. He took a brief break from Hollywood , making occasional appearances on teen-friendly shows like Drake & Josh and Sam & Cat, but he couldn’t stay away from the game for long.
“I’ve been finding my way back to it in smaller doses the last couple of years, but recently I’ve really made a commitment to go all out and really start doing it a high level and things are really starting to happen,” he told Bustle back in 2013.
Here’s a special treat for those of you who grew up in the ’90s and early 2000s! While we obviously remember crushing onNick Carter and Justin Timberlake, our former teen ~lovers~ ranged from movies, to TV shows and more. We did some research — and as it turns out, most of these heartthrobs still got it today.
“This is Allll That, this is Allll That!”
The theme song and awkward dancing comes right back, doesn’t it? The cast of your favorite ’90s variety show All That reunited over the weekend at Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles to talk about the iconic show and obviously, to sing the theme song.
Now here’s a piece of “Vital Information.” While the cast of Fireflyreminisced about the good old days at NYCC, the All That crew were having a reunion of their own.
More than 20 years after the sketch comedy show aired onNickelodeon, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli, and Josh Server came together during the convention. “It’s time to turn up,” Mitchell said in a video on the way to the reunion panel, while Tamberelli showed us on Twitter what happened to that big ear of corn.
Ready yet? Get set. It’s the “All That” reunion!
It’s been more than 20 years since the show first aired on Nickelodeon, and even after all that time, ’80s and ’90s kids still have a special place in their hearts for “All That.” Now, thanks toNickelodeon’s “The Splat,” ’90s shows are coming back every night on TeenNick, so, in honor of that, the show’s cast, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, Danny Tamberelli and Josh Server, all reunited at New York Comic Con on Saturday to make our dreams come true.
Nickelodeon Stars Assemble at Comic Con
This is All That! The cast of Nickelodeon’s ‘90s sketch-comedy show reunited at New York’s Comic Con on Saturday, Oct. 10, and it was everything.
Kel Mitchell, Danny Tamberelli, Josh Server, and Lori Beth Denberg came together at the event and offered behind-the-scenes insights into the beloved show. They also talked about their auditions and their favorite moments from the show.
As you may or may not have noticed by the mammoth box office of Jurassic World this summer, 90s nostalgia is alive and well. Those whose formative years fell somewhere between 1989 and 2000 are now loyal consumers in the all-important 18-34 year old demographic, and it looks as though we’re in for a slew of entertainment that plays directly into that 90s nostalgia factor. Case in point: last week we learned that Nickelodeon—to the delight of many—is launching an all-new programming block called “The Splat,” in which they will air reruns of the network’s classic 90s programs.