ATLANTA — The hit 90s sketch comedy variety show,” All That”, is back by popular demand with Kel Mitchell and Thompson wearing two hats, serving as actors and the executive directors for the show.
During an interview with The A-Scene, Kel Mitchell said that the fans really wanted the show back, and so did the show’s original creator and now President of the Nickelodeon, Brian Robbins.
This show returning is bringing back real ‘90s vibes to television. Michell said that fans went crazy when they found out about the return of “All That.
“90s fans and new generation so now the entire family is going to be in front of the television not different rooms watching different stuff,” Michell told The A-Scene.
The show casted seven new kids. Mitchell said it is awesome to work with everyone and giving the kids great advice because he experienced what they are doing now. He said he is there for them as mentors to help them through the process.
The A-Scene’s, Ryan Dennis, asked if Good Burger, a franchise segment on the show that became a global success at the box office, would come back in the revamp.
Michell said Good Burger is returning and the Jonas Brothers will be on the first episode.
The “Keenan and Kel” star even revealed the Jonas Brothers negotiated to be musical guests on the show only if they did a Good Burger sketch.
All three, sing “I’m a Dude” song together and do an awesome job.
Michell said it has been a blessing people are still referencing lines from movies he did years ago.
“You never know how things are going to turn out, so it is very cool that this is crossing generations,” Mitchell said.
During Michell’s interview with The A-Scene, Mitchell also revealed that “Good Burger” is coming to life with a pop-up restaurant starting in Los Angeles on July 10.
Mitchell said he hopes the fan destination would come add Atlanta to the list of tour stops.
Nickelodeon isn’t the only screen Mitchell will appear on, the star is taking over Saturdays with his CBS show, “Tails of Valor”.