All That

Saturday 9:00 PM on Nickelodeon Premiered Apr 16, 1994 Between Seasons


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All That began in April 16 1994 on Nickelodeon. When the show made its debut, it showcased future careers for the cast. Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell got their own show in 1996 entitled Kenan & Kel. Kenan Thompson became a Saturday Night Live cast member in 2003. Lori Beth Denberg became a regular on The Steve Harvey Show in its second season. Alisa Reyes was the voice of LaCienega Boulevardez on The Proud Family. In All That's 7th Season, there was an all new cast.

The show has inspired the cult hit movie Good Burger and the 1996 CD All That: The Album, which features the theme song sung by TLC, audio of sketches, and other musicians who have performed on the show, mostly from the time when hip-hop musicians were frequently the musical guest. The actual CD has a picture of the original cast on it. Both the DVD/VHS for Good Burger and the TV show's soundtrack are available on The show originally was taped at Nickelodeon Studios at Universal Studios Florida in Orlando, Florida before moving to the Nickelodeon at Sunset studio in Hollywood, California.

All That theme song performed by TLC

Fresh out the box, Stop, look, and watch, Ready yet, get set, It's All That! Chorus: Oh, oh, oh this is All That, This is All That! Check it, check it, check it Now this is just an introduction before I blow your mind. The show is All of That and yes we do it all the time so sit your booty on the floor or in a chair, ground or in the air. Just don't go no where 'cause everything we do it's all of that! When entertaining you. We all of that! My posse and my crew It's all of that! So sit still 'cause we're coming right back. Chorus x2

Angelique Bates

Angelique Bates

Herself (Seasons 1-2)

Alisa Reyes

Alisa Reyes

Herself (Seasons 1-3)

Katrina Johnson

Katrina Johnson

Herself (Seasons 1-3)

Lori Beth Denberg

Lori Beth Denberg

Herself (Seasons 1-4)

Kel Mitchell

Kel Mitchell

Himself (Seaons 1-5)

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Comedy, Kids


90s, pop culture references, Teen, Tweens, low brow humor