The Amanda Show returning to TV
Bring in the dancing lobsters: Nickelodeon is going to begin airing The Amanda Show reruns this June, the network confirmed to EW.
The Amanda Show, starring Amanda Bynes, first premiered in 1999 as a spinoff of fellow Nickelodeon sketch show All That and ended after three seasons in 2002. Dan Schneider created the show, and went on to launch other popular Nickelodeon comedies like Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, iCarly, and Victorious.
The reruns will air as part of TeenNick’s ’90s-centric programming slate, The Splat, which already includes fellow beloved shows from the decade like Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, and Doug. Revisit Bynes’ best sketches — including “Moody’s Point” and “Judge Trudy” — when the reruns air June 10, 11, and 12 from 11 p.m. ET to 1 a.m. ET.