My Favorite 90’s Shows

90's tv¬†I grew up in the 90’s. There are so many great memories from being a 90’s kid. I loved Lisa Frank, I recorded my favorite songs on tape from the radio, my pencil box was full of milky gel pens, we rented VHS tapes from our favorite grocery store, and Tetris or Super Mario on the GameBoy was how we spent our free time. And don’t forget Pogs, Dunkaroos, The Brave Little Toaster, The Land Before Time, Scholastic book orders, and hackey sack.

One of my favorite memories, though, is TGIF. They had the best shows! Who can forget Cory and Topanga’s wedding? Or when D.J. forcibly removes a very drunk Kimmy from a college fraternity party? Or “Did I do that?” (Admit it-you read that in Urkel’s voice!) And they were family-friendly, so my parents were comfortable letting us watch them. Imagine how excited I was when Hulu added the entire original TGIF lineup to their streaming plan!

So I put together a list of my favorite shows growing up, in no particular order (though they weren’t all on TGIF). Make some popcorn and get ready to binge-watch!

Best TV Shows of the 90s:

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (as far as I know, this one doesn’t stream anywhere but you can pick it up here)

Family Matters (available on Hulu)

Boy Meets World (available on Hulu)

Home Improvement (available on Hulu)

The Wonder Years (available on Netflix)

Alf (as far as I know, this one doesn’t stream anywhere)

Dinosaurs (available on Hulu)

Pinky and the Brain (as far as I know, this one doesn’t stream anywhere)

Full House (available on Hulu)

Animaniacs (as far as I know, this one doesn’t stream anywhere)

Rugrats (available on Hulu)

Everybody Loves Raymond¬† (as far as I know, this one doesn’t stream anywhere)

Freaks and Geeks (available on Netflix)

Step-By-Step (available on Hulu)

What were your favorite shows growing up? Let me know in the comments!

 

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