The 6 Best TV Shows in the 90’s

The amount of TV shows out there that blow our minds, keep us on the edge of our seats, and cause us to frequently discuss with family and friends until the next season are plentiful on modern television(e.g.Gameof Thrones, Girls, True Blood, and Breaking Bad). Unfortunately, many of today’s great TV shows are featured on channels that require a paid subscription, leaving the average consumer to enjoy what is usually, mediocre television.

If you grew up in the 90’s, like myself, you probably can agree that there were many quality shows to go around the table. Although most of the television shows on this list are geared towards young children and teenagers, they are simply what made growing up in the 90’s so great. Let’s engage in some nostalgia for a moment, and review some of the classics:

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90's1) Boy Meets World: Watching Corey Matthews and the rest of his clan endure the growing pains of life as a young boy to a married man made many fans committed to see the show through every Friday of each season. The show had a strong run from 1993 to 2000, and depicted events and situations that many of us can relate to growing up. The series finale of this show was definitely the most heartfelt and shines particular attention on Boy Meets World’s most beloved character, Mr. Feeny.



2) The Fresh Prince of Bel Air: The infamous Fresh Prince stole our hearts from 1990-1996 in this celebrated, hilarious sitcom that still makes appearances on cable television every now and then. Smith’s hit songs during his career as a rapper in the late 1980s was incorporated to hisi

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