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MTV has given a Season 2 order to “Deliciousness,” it’s food-themed spinoff of unscripted series “Ridiculousness.”
“Saved by the Bell” star Tiffani Thiessen will return a host for the second season, as will panelists Angela Kinsey (“The Office”), Kel Mitchell (“All That,” “Kenan & Kel”) and Tim Chantarangsu (“Basic to Bougie”). The show’s launch last year was part of a long in the works expansion of “Ridiculousness,” the Rob Drydek-hosted show that is more than 10 years into its run on the ViacomCBS cabler, into franchise territory. In its first season, the newer show enjoyed having “Ridiculousness” as a lead-in in primetime. “Deliciousness” features Thiessen, Kinsey, Mitchell and Chantarangsu reacting to the internet’s most viral and entertaining food videos.
Article Via Variety: https://variety.com/2021/tv/news/mtv-renews-deliciousness-renewed-1234903437/
Kel Mitchell made the announcement on social media this week at a Southern California church where he's been a youth pastor for about a year. "Officially became a licensed pastor last weekend," Mitchell wrote Sunday. "Blessed and thankful to my Spirit Food Family and thank you, Pastor Zeigler, for seeing the calling of God on my life and trusting me with your Youth Department."
Article Via Fox News: https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/kenan-kel-mitchell-pastor-california-church
It’s been nearly a decade and a half since All That ended on Nickelodeon, and now the series revival has a premiere date. The Viacom-owned cable net said today that the reimagined show with an all-new cast will launch at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 15.
The first episode also will feature appearances from three folks who were part of the original main cast: Kel Mitchell — who was a regular in Seasons 1-5 — Lori Beth Denberg (Seasons 1-4) and Josh Server (Seasons 1-6). They will reprise classic characters and sketches during the first season, including Mitchell in “Good Burger” and Denberg in “VItal Information” and “Loud Librarian.”
The new All That will introduce a TBA cast of kids to a new generation of viewers, along with original comedic sketches, beloved ones, new characters and impersonations of today’s popular celebrities. Each new episode will also feature a musical performance and guest stars from the worlds of TV, film, comedy and more.
Created by Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin and airing from 1994-2005, All That spawned spinoff series including Kenan & Kel, The Amanda Show and The Nick Cannon Show and the feature Good Burger. That 1997 film starred Mitchell and Kenan Thompson, who executive produce the new All That alongside Kevin Kay. Jermaine Fowler serves as consulting producer, and Jonathan Judge directs the first three episodes.