‘The Amanda Show’ Is Officially Coming Back To TV

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Get ready, ’90s Nick fans— one of your favorite variety shows is officially returning to the network this month!

EW has just confirmed that Nickelodeon will begin airing reruns of The Amanda Show next week, which means we’ll get the chance to relive all of our favorite sketches from “Judge Trudy” to “Totally Kyle.”

Created by Dan Schneider (iCarly, Zoey 101), The Amanda Show was an official spinoff of the equally popular variety series, All That . The show, which was helmed by actress Amanda Bynes, kicked off in 2002 and ran for a total of three seasons. Despite its short lived run, the show definitely made a dent on pop culture with its hilarious sketches and unforgettable characters. Additionally, The Amanda Show also introduced us to two of our other favorite young actors of the ‘00s. We’re talking of course about Nickelodeon’s dynamic duo, Drake Bell and Josh Peck, who then went on to star in Schneider’s hit comedy, Drake & Josh.

Those looking forward to rewatching The Amanda Show will be able to catch the series airing as part of TeenNick’s ‘The Splat’ line-up. Reruns are set to air June 10, 11, and 12 from 11 p.m. ET to 1 a.m. ET.

Will you be tuning in to The Amanda Show on Nickelodeon later this month?

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