Series / The '90s Are All That

Nostalgia can be a powerful thing. For almost as long as online social networking has been a thing, online petitions have been thrown up in order to convince Nickelodeon - considered by many a fan to have been in a Dork Age for some time - to resurrect its old shows in reruns. And it's about damn time.

As you could tell by this page, it worked in a way no one expected - Nick dusted off the Big Orange Couch, gave Kenan Thompson (now grown-up and a cast member of Saturday Night Live) a seat on it, and created the two-hour block The '90s Are All That, which airs on TeenNick from midnight to 4 am EST. The show's website is very active, encouraging viewers to log in to it via Facebook or Twitter, has noted and embraced the resulting memes (#ThingsClarissaDidntExplain, #WheresKel, #NowiGetRocko, etc.), and frequently polls on favorite shows and related topics. The block is essentially what Nick at Nite is for the regular Nickelodeon Network, only if they showed classic Nick series rather then old Network shows.

In October 2011, the block resurrected Stick Stickly of "Nick in the Afternoon" fame as part of "U-Pick with Stick", a Friday-night feature with online voting for what shows would be aired that night.

Did we mention that the block is giving TeenNick its highest late-night ratings ever, and outperformed the shows of Jay Leno, David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon, George Lopez, and Jimmy Kimmel in two demographics on its first night along with outperforming Conan in a third? It's true!
"The 90s Are All Splat"

In October of 2015, the block was rebranded as The Splat, with a new longer running time and more variety in its programs.
The many shows that have aired on the block (both as The 90s Are All That and The Splat include the following:

As Nickelodeon currently holds the airing rights to Power Rangers, the block showed reruns of Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers as part of the "Mighty Morphin' Weekend" event celebrating the show's 20th anniversary, making it the first show on the block not considered 90s Nick as it aired on Fox Kids at the time.

This block contains examples of:

Alternative Title(s): The90s Are All That, The Splat