Amanda Bynes ‘All That’ Snub: Actress Not Invited To Reunion Show
Amanda Bynes was not invited to participate in Nickelodeon’s upcoming “All That” reunion show, despite the troubled actress launching her career with the ’90s sketch comedy series. Producers have reportedly snubbed her from joining the rest of the cast for a special in which they’ll fondly remember the kids show.
Bynes was one of the bigger stars to emerge from “All That,” which was likened to a “Saturday Night Live” for children. The series ran for 11 seasons, from 1994–2005, and Bynes then went on to get her own spinoff, “The Amanda Show,” which aired from 1999-2002. “All That” also featured cast members Kenan Thompson, Kel Mitchell, Lori Beth Denberg, Josh Server and Danny Tamberelli, all of whom will be returning for the reunion. The special won’t feature any new sketches, but the cast will sit down to discuss stories from their time on the show, and reminisce about some of the most famous skits.
Other notable “All That” alumni who won’t be returning for the reunion are Nick Cannon and Jamie Lynn Spears, but it’s unknown if they were snubbed like Bynes, or simply declined the offer. The special will consist of short segments that will air during a two-day “All That” marathon on April 16 and April 17.