Kenan & Kel ran for an impressive 65 episodes and wrapped up their epic run with a movie back in 2000.

Since then there has been a orange soda shaped hole in our hearts. The pair reunited on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon earlier this year and teased a Good Burger reunion, however nothing has yet been confirmed.

So until we get that revival, here are some little known facts about our favourite ’90s duo…


The first two seasons of the show were filmed at Universal Studios Florida. But in season three they moved to the LA in a bid to feature more celebs. The show’s runner, Dan Frischman, was relieved about the big move. “There was a TV monitor outside the dressing area in Orlando that had a goofy Nickelodeon cartoon character singing a very annoying jingle,” Frischman said in an interview in 2013. “It ran on a loop and they wouldn’t turn it off!”


Kenan & Kel made history as the first primetime sitcom to star two African-American lead actors on Nickelodeon.


Coolio didn’t only write and sing the theme song, he also made his directional debut in the opening sequence. In an interview he was asked who he liked better, he replied: “Kel, excuse my French, wouldn’t have been sh*t without Kenan, and Kenan wouldn’t have been sh*t without Kel. They go hand-in-hand.”