Kenan Thompson Recalls "Investigate More" Following "Quiet On Set" Disclosures

Kenan Thompson recently addressed his time at Nickelodeon during an interview on the Tamron Hall Show, following the release of the documentary "Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of Kids TV." 

Thompson, known for his work on All That and Kenan & Kel, discussed the challenges of speaking about events he didn't witness directly, as they occurred after he left the shows. 

While Thompson acknowledged his limited involvement with Dan Schneider, the creator of these shows, he expressed sympathy for those who experienced a toxic work environment. 

Despite Schneider's contributions to Kenan & Kel and All That, Thompson emphasized that his personal interactions with Schneider were minimal. 

Thompson commended the bravery of former Nickelodeon stars who shared their stories in "Quiet on Set" while acknowledging his own positive memories of working on the shows. 

He urged for further investigation into ensuring safe environments for children in the entertainment industry. 

Thompson's comments underscore the complexity of reconciling fond memories with the realities of a troubled work environment. 

Ultimately, Thompson's reflections on the documentary highlight the importance of accountability and creating safe spaces for all individuals in the industry. 

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