A sketch comedy show featuring mostly child actors. Each episode usually starts in the green room, followed by the opening of the show, then a series of at least four sketches, including a short one called "Vital Information", and finally, a performance of a song by the musical guest.
|Actor's name||Years active||MLP counterpart|
|Angelique Bates||1994-1996||Starlight Glimmer|
|Lori Beth Denberg||1994-1998||Rainbow Dash|
|Kel Mitchell||1994-1999||Cheese Sandwich|
|Alisa Reyes||1994-1997||Twilight Sparkle|
|Josh Server||1994-2000||Pinkie Pie|
|Amanda Bynes||1996-2000||Sweetie Belle|
|Tricia Dickson||1997||Fluttershy (alternate)|
List of episodes
|Season No.||Premiere date||Finale date|
|1||April 16, 1994||April 1, 1995|
|2||October 7, 1995||March 30, 1996|
|3||November 16, 1996||October 25, 1997|
|4||November 15, 1997||April 4, 1998|
|5||December 12, 1998||October 23, 1999|
|6||January 15, 2000||July 15, 2000|
|Channel aired||Broadcast run|
|April 16, 1994–December 30, 2001|
|March 12–September 15, 2008|
|July 25, 2011–present|
As of 2011, only about 75 episodes of All That, all from Seasons 2–5, currently survive on Nick Rewind. In addition, the musical performances have been edited out of every episode, with the exception of three episodes from Season 2 exclusively on iTunes.
iTunes/Amazon Video release
All That was first available on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video since the summer of 2011, shortly after it first aired on The '90s Are All That on TeenNick. So far, a total of six volumes were released, each with seven episodes.
- Volume 1: Episodes 1-7 of Season 2
- Volume 2: Episodes 8-14 of Season 2
- Volume 3: Episodes 15-21 of Season 2
- Volume 4: Episodes 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7-9 of Season 3
- Volume 5: Good Burger Special and Episodes 3, 6 and 10-13 of Season 3
- Volume 6: Episodes 14, 15 and 17-20 of Season 3 and Episode 1 of Season 4
- Volume 7: The remaining 20 episodes of Season 4 (only on Amazon Video)
- Volume 8: 13 episodes of Season 5 (only on Amazon Video)
Each volume is priced at $6.99, and the episodes are presented in standard-definition video.