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What's a tv show from the 90's that you loved or miss?

Asked by shpadoinkle_sue (7188points) April 26th, 2010

It was my “golden age” of television, particularly, Nickelodeon. I’ve tons of tv shows I miss from the 90’s. Too many to list here. What’s yours? Any particular reason why?

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jrpowell's avatar

I was a big fan of Freaks and Geeks. It was a shame that it was canceled so quickly.

Ame_Evil's avatar

I miss Cartoon Network :(

shpadoinkle_sue's avatar

@Ame_Evil like Cow and Chicken, Johnny Bravo?

Ame_Evil's avatar

@py_sue Dexters Lab, Pinkie and the Brain, etc. etc.

Brian1946's avatar

I loved Seinfeld and X Files.

I don’t miss them because their episodes are rerun many times each week.

deni's avatar

@Brian1946 you read my brain! Seinfeld, X Files, and Twin Peaks. Man I can’t believe that before this year I had missed out on Twin Peaks all my life. I was obsessed with it for the first 2 months of this year. Then I got to the series finale and was pissed. But now I accept the ending they chose. Kind of. Still a kick ass show.

In other news….REN AND STIMPY…..BEAVIS AND BUTT HEAD

bunnygrl's avatar

I grew up watching John Thaw, he was one of my Grandmother’s favourite actors and remains my favourite, and so I remember sitting down to watch the first episode of Inspector Morse and never missed an episode. I still watch them (where would we be without dvds lol) and I swear no matter how stressed I am, even on days when im not coping, it feels like someone’s put a cool cloth on my forehead. It de-stresses me, calms me, the music is wonderful, I just LOVE it. Dear Mr Thaw was sadly gathered but he still keeps me company and helps me relax on bad days. I do like that they decided to keep going with Lewis, giving him his own series, which is definitely worth watching if anyone hasn’t seen it and likes classy well made drama. Series 4 starts soon on itv, I’ll have to (as with series 3) wait for the dvd release, since my local itv station has not bought it.
hugs everyone xx

bhec10's avatar

I miss I Am Weasel, Ed, Edd n Eddy, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Dexter’s Laboratory

rebbel's avatar

The Wonder Years.

chels's avatar

Are You Afraid of the Dark
Legend of the Hidden Temple
Global Guts

Aethelwine's avatar

Northern Exposure. One of my favorite television shows of all time.

janbb's avatar

Seinfeld

chels's avatar

Oh and..
Friends.

mrentropy's avatar

Herman’s Head
X-Files
Northern Exposure
Due South
Adventures of Brisco County Jr.
Against The Law
Alien Nation
The Ben Stiller Show
Dream On
Drew Carey Show
Doctor, Doctor (technically started in 1989 but was so good I’ll mention it)
Earth 2
Dark Skies
Farscape
Lexx
Highlander
Hunter
In Living Color
In The Heat of the Night
Married With Children
Mystery Science Theater 3000
The Norm Show
Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
Quantum Leap
SeaQuest DSV
Roc
Sliders
The State
Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

filmfann's avatar

Many of the above, and SportsNight . Remarkably well written. Failed after two seasons. Everyone moved to very successful shows afterwards.

erichw1504's avatar

X-Files, Sliders, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Wiley Coyote & Road Runner.

erichw1504's avatar

Almost forgot: Home Improvement

Brian1946's avatar

@erichw1504

I wasn’t that crazy about Fresh Prince in the 90’s, but I really enjoy watching it now on TBS. :-p

Sophief's avatar

T.J Hooker and Murder she wrote.

marinelife's avatar

It’s not the 90s, but I still really miss Firefly.

rebbel's avatar

@mrentropy
Did you ever got out of the house?~

Sophief's avatar

Oh shit, sorry, thought you said 80’s for some reason.

jfos's avatar

Doug
Rocko’s Modern Life
Hey Arnold
Legend of the Hidden Temple
Salute Your Shorts
Angry Beavers
Are You Afraid of the Dark
(more to come when I think of them…)

erichw1504's avatar

@jfos Legend of the Hidden Temple!!! Can’t believe I forgot that one.

mrentropy's avatar

@rebbel Money was a bit tight back in those days.

Dr_Dredd's avatar

Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. I liked those better than their successors, Voyager and Enterprise.

thriftymaid's avatar

I don’t watch many TV shows, but my girls used to like to watch Seventh Heaven so I would watch it with them.

aprilsimnel's avatar

The Adventures of Pete & Pete

jfos's avatar

@aprilsimnel Ah, Pete & Pete!

deni's avatar

@jfos ANGRY BEAVERS HOW COULD I FORGET!!!!

jfos's avatar

Eureeka’s Castle
What Would You Do?

deni's avatar

OH…...........BOB ROSS….......

deni's avatar

@erichw1504 that show is still soo funny

kenmc's avatar

All the ones I thought of have been said so I just splurged with the lurvin’ a little bit on this Q.

sweetteaindahouse's avatar

Hey Arnold!, Rugrats, and That 70’s Show

Berserker's avatar

Rugrats and Are you Afraid of the Dark were like religion to me. Among many others.

Also, Ren and Stimpy, and Beavis and Butthead.

talljasperman's avatar

Dungeons and Dragons

windex's avatar

Flash Forward

erichw1504's avatar

@windex Isn’t that a new show from 2009?

MacBean's avatar

@erichw1504 FlashForward is a sci-fi drama from 2009. Flash Forward is a Disney show from the mid-90s.

erichw1504's avatar

OOOoooOOooOoOOhh! Didn’t know that.

mrentropy's avatar

And Human Target is a show from 2010 and was also a show with the same premise in the 90s staring Rick Springfield.

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