Millennial Nickelodeon fans have a lot to celebrate, as several fan favorites from the network’s “golden era” have been added to Netflix. Among the recent arrivals are Kenan & Kelwhich of course starred All of it cast members Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell. While fans are excited to re-watch the beloved comedy, with or without Good Burger in hand, there’s one glaring issue that some are talking about: a Subscribe to Netflix won’t actually give you all the available seasons.
All That, Kenan & Exo, Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide, and Zoey 101 all of which were recently added to Netflix, leaving OG Nickelodeon fans super excited for the opportunity to relive all the citrus soda homage. What added to the excitement was the fact that all of the shows basically appeared without much promotional fanfare, making one Twitter users are quite happy that they actually have something to watch:
Kenan and Kel are on Netflix and y’all told me to come here watching some shit on my lunch break?!?22 June 2022
Another Twitter user gave Netflix major props for adding some rare Nickelodeon gems to the streamer, though there’s a bit of shadow in the mix too, considering this idea a “rare” win.
no damn way. they put zoey 101, neds declassified, all that, and kenan and kel on netflix. W rare for netflix22 June 2022
Unfortunately, like what happened when Netflix added iCarlyonly the first two seasons Kenan & Kel available for streaming, with no clear sign as to whether or not the other two seasons will be available. Even though two seasons Kenan & Kel on Netflix is definitely better than nothing, it would be even better if all four seasons were added. This is also not a rare thought. In the early hours of the series being released to streamers, _JohnnyDaughter took to Twitter to ask for peace of mind from the streaming giant.
Fear not, though, anyone who believes that it’s impossible to peek at seasons three and four online. Twitter user imhimcapo ensures that people know the right streamer to use, as all four seasons are indeed available with Subscribe to Paramount+.
Despite the missing episodes, people are still excited to be able to watch at least some of Nickelodeon’s favorite seasons. And you can bet that people are even citing losing Netflix subscribers as an excuse to add shows aimed at the younger generation that cost money. They have to bring up customers in one way, and they seem to know their audience if that’s the case:
Thankfully, fans have the option to watch the entire series on Paramount+ in the US, and who wouldn’t want to? That raises the question of why Netflix didn’t or couldn’t just add the entire series alongside the rest of the Nickelodeon series. It’s possible that with the shows already on Paramount+, there are contract terms that limit how many can end up elsewhere. At least there are different ways to watch.
Last year, Kenan Thompson gave prior networking credit to his current and long-running career at Live Saturday Night. Thompson started All of it before getting her own show with hers All of it co-star Kel Mitchell. According to Mitchell, the two are still “talking all the time,” giving fans further hope that they’ll be bringing some of those reunions to TV in the future.
You can re-watch the first two seasons Kenan & Kel on Netflix, or if you have Paramount+, enjoy the entire series now.