The original hit TV show ended in 1996.
Nostalgia heads can tune into the reboot beginning November.
Kel Mitchell is officially confirmed for that All That revival.
The 26-episode season will air in the coming year, while the film is set for a 2020 release.
Janet Hubert exited the show after three years amidst a feud with Will Smith and NBC officials.
Scream Queens star Glen Powell is also attached to the project.
M. Night Shyamalan will cull stories and genre trends from the fiction site Wattpad.
The TV network continues to revisit its ’90s-era programming.
Dylan and Seinfield writer Larry Charles were close to making a Jerry Lee Lewis-inspired show.
London trio’s sweeping rendition appears in trailer for the show’s new season.
Damn good merchandising.