#Roommates, are you ready for another one of our childhood classics to make a comeback?
For those of you who loved #AllThat, the new head honcho at #Nickelodeon says he wants to bring the show back to the network.
#BrianRobbins said he actually would have never canceled the show in the first place, according to an interview he did with the @hollywoodreporter. Robbins, who has worked with Nickelodeon for years, said “All That” was actually the first show he ever produced, then “Kenan & Kel” and “The Amanda Show” came after.
Robbins said he was at “Saturday Night Live” recently with Kenan Thompson, who grew up on “All That” and “Kenan & Kel,” and reminisced on good times.
It was my first time seeing him on the show and I really wanted to cry,” Robbins said. “I was so proud. I’ve known the kid since he’s 14 years old. All That ran for 10 years. I would’ve never, ever, ever canceled the show. It should’ve been (Nickelodeon’s) Saturday Night Live. All That was a very sophisticated show. Young humor, but the level of comedy on that show was sophisticated.”
So, when asked about a comeback, Robbins told The Hollywood Reporter to not be surprised.
Robbins took the job at Nickelodeon while also putting more than 20 movies into development, including a remake “Indecent Proposal” and a new live-action “Rugrats” movie. He also has two features currently in production including a live-action “Dora the Explorer” and one — the Tiffany Haddish-starring “Nobody’s Fool” — that hit theaters this weekend.
Tell us #Roommates, would you be here for a new All That? Let us know!
TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh