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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater compared the Re-launch era cast. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era. Then when it premiered, it had a mostly positive reaction from critics and on social media for both the new cast and sketches and the nostalgic throwbacks.

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The Compared the Relaunch era cast, the new cast are mostly unknowns with have very few mainstream acting credits and with mostly have backgrounds in improv and theater compared the Re-launch era cast.theater, leading to a fresher feel. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era. Then when it premiered, it had a mostly positive reaction from critics and on social media for both the new cast and sketches and the nostalgic throwbacks.


* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater compared the Re-launch era cast. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era.
** And then when it premiered, it had a mostly positive reaction on social media to the new sketches and nostalgic throwbacks.

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater compared the Re-launch era cast. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era.
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era. Then when it premiered, it had a mostly positive reaction from critics and on social media to for both the new cast and sketches and the nostalgic throwbacks.


** The N'Credible Nick Cannon soon got his own series a few years later after just being a recurring cast member on the show along with the lesser known Mark Saul.

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** The N'Credible Nick Cannon soon got his own series a few years later after just being a recurring cast member on the show along with the lesser known Mark Saul.



** Nick Cannon can be more obvious, since he is host of ''Series/AmericasGotTalent'' and was married to Music/MariahCarey.

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** Nick Cannon can be more obvious, since he is host of went on to do a lot, including hosting ''Series/WildNOut'', ''Series/AmericasGotTalent'' and ''Series/TheMaskedSinger'' and was married to Music/MariahCarey.


* HarsherInHindsight: Angelique Bates's departure in between the first and second seasons which was thought to be a non-issue until [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcvzlYOXWos Angelique revealed she was physically, emotionally and verbally abused by her mother]] (even in front of the producers) while she was on the show.

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* HarsherInHindsight: Angelique Bates's departure in between the first and second and third seasons which was thought to be a non-issue until [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcvzlYOXWos Angelique revealed she was physically, emotionally and verbally abused by her mother]] (even in front of the producers) while she was on the show.

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** Up until season four, the musical guests have been exclusively urban acts from R&B and Hip-Hop, like Music/{{TLC}}, Music/{{Brandy}}, and Music/{{Monica}}. Then in season four, the Music/SpiceGirls were featured, and the music acts were a mix of both urban and Top 40. Then from season six onward, it was exclusively Top 40. The 2019 revival does not seem any different, as the musical acts announced thus far (with the sole exception of Music/KaneBrown) are still Top 40, including Music/JonasBrothers and Music/DaddyYankee.

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* SpecialEffectFailure: In the Good Burger clip show, there are some shots where Ed and Kel are supposed to be in the same shot. When that happens, "Kel" is very obviously a dummy.


* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era.

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater.theater compared the Re-launch era cast. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the Re-Launch era.


* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90s as opposed to the gross-out humor of the second revival.

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast are mostly unknowns with few mainstream acting credits and with backgrounds in improv and theater. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90s 90's as opposed to the gross-out humor of the second revival.Re-Launch era.
** And then when it premiered, it had a mostly positive reaction on social media to the new sketches and nostalgic throwbacks.


* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the third revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90s as opposed to the gross-out humor of the second revival.

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the third second revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90s as opposed to the gross-out humor of the second revival.


** Jamie Lynn Spears may be redundant if you remember whom she is [[Music/BritneySpears sister from]] and she also had this little show named ''Series/{{Zoey101}}'', meanwhile All That was finishing its final season production.

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** Jamie Lynn Spears may be redundant if you remember whom she is [[Music/BritneySpears sister from]] and she also had this little show named ''Series/{{Zoey101}}'', ''Series/Zoey101'', meanwhile All That was finishing its final season production.



** Denzel Whitaker who was in the final season of the first revival stayed in acting playing a couple of bit parts here and there, but is notable for playing young Zuri in ''Film/BlackPanther''.



** The seasons during [[TheNoughties the 2000s]], known as the "Relaunch Era" (seasons 7-10), at least for the fans of the 'Golden Era'. Unlike the original cast members who were unknowns selected after a nationwide search and were all trained in improv and comedy, the new cast primarily consisted of young Hollywood-based actors, many of whom had primarily worked in drama. Additionally,the sketches during this era had a tendency to rely on low brow, gross-out humor as opposed to the slapstick and zaniness of the original sketches. The increased emphasis on guest stars at the expense of the main cast wasn't welcomed either.

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** The seasons during [[TheNoughties the 2000s]], known as the "Relaunch Era" (seasons 7-10), at least for the fans of the 'Golden Era'. Unlike the original cast members who were unknowns selected after a nationwide search and were all trained in improv and comedy, the new cast primarily consisted of young Hollywood-based actors, many of whom had primarily worked in drama. Additionally,the Additionally, the sketches during this era had a tendency to rely on low brow, gross-out humor as opposed to the slapstick and zaniness of the original sketches. The increased emphasis on guest stars at the expense of the main cast wasn't welcomed either.


** The seasons during [[TheNoughties the 2000s]], known as the "Relaunch Era" (seasons 7-10), at least for the fans of the 'Golden Era'. In fact, there was a visible backlash among "Golden Era" fans when a "Relaunch" sketch[[note]]specifically, an ''Unreal World'' sketch[[/note]] won a poll on the Nickelodeon website for the greatest sketch in all 10 years of ''All That'' (leading up to the reunion special).

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** The seasons during [[TheNoughties the 2000s]], known as the "Relaunch Era" (seasons 7-10), at least for the fans of the 'Golden Era'. In fact, there was a visible backlash among "Golden Era" fans when a "Relaunch" sketch[[note]]specifically, an ''Unreal World'' sketch[[/note]] won a poll on Unlike the Nickelodeon website for original cast members who were unknowns selected after a nationwide search and were all trained in improv and comedy, the greatest sketch new cast primarily consisted of young Hollywood-based actors, many of whom had primarily worked in all 10 years of ''All That'' (leading up drama. Additionally,the sketches during this era had a tendency to rely on low brow, gross-out humor as opposed to the reunion special).slapstick and zaniness of the original sketches. The increased emphasis on guest stars at the expense of the main cast wasn't welcomed either.



* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The reaction to the new cast who replaced the old one in its ''entirety''.

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* TheyChangedItNowItSucks: The reaction to the new cast who replaced the old one in its ''entirety''. In fact, there was a visible backlash among "Golden Era" fans when a "Relaunch" sketch[[note]]specifically, an ''Unreal World'' sketch[[/note]] won a poll on the Nickelodeon website for the greatest sketch in all 10 years of ''All That'' (leading up to the reunion special).

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* WinTheCrowd: Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell being announced as executive producers of the third revival quelled a lot of fears of the quality of the reboot. The new cast and the few glimpses of the sketches were also mostly positively received (or defended as most of the detractors are ''way'' out of the targeted demographic) as a throwback to the zany sketches back in the 90s as opposed to the gross-out humor of the second revival.


*** One of Kenan's most well remembered impressions from ''All That'' was Bill Cosby. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQNa5SA38ns This]] just happened to be one of the biggest entertainment stories his first week on SNL. He also got to reprise his impersonation in a Celebrity Jeopardy sketch when former cast member Will Farrell returned to host.

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*** One of Kenan's most well remembered impressions from ''All That'' was Bill Cosby. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQNa5SA38ns This]] just happened to be one of the biggest entertainment stories his first week on SNL. He also got to reprise his impersonation in a Celebrity Jeopardy sketch when former cast member Will Farrell Ferrell returned to host.


*** One of Kenan's most well remembered impressions from ''All That'' was Bill Cosby. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQNa5SA38ns This]] just happened to be one of the biggest entertainment stories his first week on SNL.

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*** One of Kenan's most well remembered impressions from ''All That'' was Bill Cosby. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQNa5SA38ns This]] just happened to be one of the biggest entertainment stories his first week on SNL. He also got to reprise his impersonation in a Celebrity Jeopardy sketch when former cast member Will Farrell returned to host.


** The N'Credible Creator/Nick Cannon soon got his own series a few years later after just being a recurring cast member on the show along with the lesser known Mark Saul.

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** The N'Credible Creator/Nick Nick Cannon soon got his own series a few years later after just being a recurring cast member on the show along with the lesser known Mark Saul.

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