Nickelodeon doubled the order for its “All That” reboot on Wednesday, extending the run of the show’s first season by 13 episodes.
The kids’ sketch comedy show will now air a total of 26 episodes this season, with new cast member Aria Brooks joining the ensemble.
A reboot of Nick’s long-running series from the ’90s, the new iteration of “All That” currently stars Ryan Alessi, Reece Caddell, Kate Godfrey, Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, Nathan Janak, Lex Lumpkin and Chinguun Sergelen, featuring new characters, impersonations of today’s celebrities and new original comedic sketches including “Cancelled with Nathan,” “Bed, Bath & Beyoncé” and “Marie Kiddo.”
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The show, created by Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin, is executive produced by series vets Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, original producer Kevin Kay and “Superior Donuts” star Jermaine Fowler. Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert also serve as executive producers. Shauna Phelan oversees production for Nickelodeon.
Known for launching the careers of Kenan Thompson, Amanda Bynes and Nick Cannon, the original “All That” was Nickelodeon’s longest-running live-action series with 171 episodes across 10 seasons from 1994 to 2005. The franchise spawned several spinoffs including “Kenan & Kel,” “The Amanda Show” and “The Nick Cannon Show,” and the feature-length film “Good Burger.”