An All That reunion on Wild ’N Out

Naomi Ludlow | Arts & Entertainment Editor

Comedy stars from Nickelodeon’s All That will be reuniting on the new season of Wild ’N Out after 13 years of being off the air.

In recent posts on Instagram, cast members Kel Mitchell, Kenan Thompson, Lori Beth Denberg and Josh Server were posed together on the set of Wild ’N Out. All members were wearing black Wild ’N Out sweatshirts, meaning they will be on the same team. The reunion will come with nostalgia for all the ’90s kids who watched All That.

According to Complex Magazine, the cast reunited briefly to help promote Nickelodeon’s The Splat, a block programming series that replaced The ’90s Are All That.

Fans are excited for the cast’s official return to TV. Instagram comments read, “My childhood in one photo,” and “This is an important moment for me.”

All That cast member Kel Mitchell thanked Nick Cannon for coming up with the idea to bring the cast together once again, especially since Nick Cannon was once a member of the All That cast. It will be epic to see the stars reunite to battle it out through the games and rap battle.

Wild ’N Out is an improv-comedy battle where two teams go head to head to determine who is the funniest. Usually, the guest stars are captains of the opposing team. Rounds include many games, scenarios and songs where the teams have to conjure up an idea quickly.

Since the reboot of Wild ’N Out, Nick Cannon has repeatedly brought out some celebrity favorites such as Shaquille O’Neal, Migos and Zendaya.

The showing date for the All That cast reunion has not been released yet, so stay tuned to MTV.com for more details.

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