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6 90’s TV Sitcoms We All Miss

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It might be hard to believe, but if we had a time machine, we would pack our bags and head straight to the nineties (so long as we could skip through all of the horrors the 2020s have brought thus far)! Seriously though, who doesn’t miss all the glory of the nineties: the hair, the fashion , the music? Truly simpler times. Most of all though, we miss the incredible TV shows that the nineties gave us. We’ve made a master list of all the ones we should all binge watch right now.

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Full House

ABC News

You got it, dude! Full House aired on September 22, 1987 and has continued to be an American favorite ever since then. Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), a news anchor from San Francisco, California who is also newly widowed. Left to pick up the pieces and play the role of both mom and dad to his three young daughters, DJ (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweeten), and Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen), Danny calls on his brother-in-law Jesse (John Stamos), and best friend Joey (Dave Coulier) to help raise the girls. Along the way, the guys teach the girls valuable life lessons without sparing any laughs or love along the way!

Friends

Games Radar

Pivot, pivot! Friends has remained an American pop-culture icon since it aired on NBC on September 22, 1994. The sitcom follows the lives of best friends Ross (David Schwimmer), Chandler (Matthew Perry), Joey (Matt Leblanc), Monica (Courteney Cox), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow). The bunch are always in good company as they spend their free time at the local cafe, Central Perk where they ofen meet to discuss the ups and downs of navigating their twenties in Manhattan. We need a reboot so bad!

Family Matters

Mental Floss

Did I do that? Family Matters aired on September 22, 1989 and was a hit for ten years (and it continues to be!). The sitcom follows the Winslow family from Chicago, Illinois. Family patriarch Carl (Reginald Vel Johnson) is a police officer who’s professional life is almost as hectic as his home life, as him and his wife Henrietta (Jo-Marie Peyton) are raising a family, and deal with a pesky neighbor, Steve Urkel (Jaleel White). Urkel has undoubtedly become one of the most memorable characters from the nineties, and we miss seeing him on the TV every day!

Step by Step

Looper

Step by Step quickly became the Brady Bunch of the 1990s. The show aired on September 20, 1991, and followed the blending of two families. Frank Lambert (Patrick Duffy) is recently divorced and his new wife Carol (Suzanne Somers) is a newly widowed hairstylist. The pair quickly fall in love and tie the knot, and must blend their two families since each of them has three children from their previous marriages! The show portrays the fun and games, as well as the hardships associated with blending families. The show ended in 1998, but you can still stream it on Hulu!

Boy Meets World

Laughing Place

Growing up can sure be hard, but lucky for Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), he has the help of his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong) and his forever crush, Topanga (Danielle Fishel). He also gets sage advice along the way from beloved teacher, Mr. Feeney (William Daniels). Boy Meets World aired on September 24, 1993, and followed young Cory through the challenges of maturing through his middle school and college years.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Independent

In West Philadelphia born and raised! The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air premiered on September 10, 1990 and starred Will Smith as himself in this hilarious sitcom. Will is told by his mother to pack his bags and leaves the urban streets of Philadelphia for a wealthier suburb of Bel-Air. There, he lives with his Aunt Vivian and Uncle Phil, and incessantly gets caught up in the antics of his cousins Carlton and Harry.

So, whats your favorite 90s show?

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