Yes, The 'All That' Reboot Is Keeping The Original TLC Theme Song
All That is returning June 15.
All That, the popular sketch comedy series that debuted on Nickelodeon in 1994, is returning to television this year. And although the reboot will have a new cast it’s keeping its original theme song made by TLC.
In an interview with Cheddar, Kel Mitchell reassured fans of the show that TLC’s theme song would remain.
“It’s been all over the internet, everybody is going crazy. I’m going to say it right here, right now. The song is staying,” Mitchell said. TLC had recorded the theme song during the sessions for their second album CrazySexyCool.
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A part of the original All That cast and an executive producer for the reboot, Mitchell also discussed why the show is being brought back since its end in 2005.
“The fans brought it back. You know, everywhere we go they still talk about it. I get stopped at a red light and people want me to do ‘Welcome to Good Burger.’ They brought it back man and they’re introducing it to their kids. I had a show called ‘Game Shakers’ that was on Nickelodeon as well,” he said. “Depending on who you ask, I have parents that love me from the 90’s and then their kids that love me on the current stuff. We just had to bring all that back.”
Alongside Mitchell, original cast members Kenan Thompson (who’s also an executive producer on the reboot), Lori Beth Denberg and Josh Server will reprise some of their classic characters from the series.