Netflix got everyone feeling nostalgic after the streaming giant announced they would be bringing some Nickelodeon classics to the site.
The 3 series that will be gracing our screens are the hit comedy shows Kenan & Kel, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, and All That…
And if that wasn’t exciting enough, they’re set to arrive next month!
Netflix announced the news on their Twitter account, sharing that “select seasons” will be made available here in the U.S.
Although they didn’t go into further detail about what seasons we can expect to be added, everyone’s pretty excited about the return of their favorite childhood shows.
One excited Facebook user wrote: “OMG, this is so cool. All That and Kenan and Kel, they were two of my fav nick shows back when I was a kid.”
However, some fans want more than the select few seasons Netflix is offering, one Facebook user commented: “I would love to see all 4 seasons of Kenan and Kel come to Netflix with every episode not selected seasons.”
For those of you not familiar with the shows, All That was a comedy sketch series that premiered in 1994 and ran for a whopping 10 seasons, it’s been described as an SNL for kids.
Young actors Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell were regulars on the show, and later got their own series titled Kenan & Kel in 1996. The show was met with the same enthusiasm as All That, and even won the “Favorite TV Show” award at the Kids’ Choice Awards the same year.
As for Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, that came to Nickolodeon a little later in 2004. It followed the lives of best friends Ned Bigby, Jennifer Mosely, and Simon “Cookie.”
The show centered around their top tips for surviving high school, and aired for 3 seasons, coming to an end in 2007.
We can’t wait for them to drop on June 21!