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Subject: TV Shows and Movies that Best Represent Each Era of the 1990s

Written By: TheEarly90sFan on 11/01/18 at 3:44 pm

Which TV shows (live-action/cartoon) and movies scream early to late 90s? Shows and movies must feature the clothes, slang, pop culture references, big actors, trends, toys, and hairstyles we loved at the time.

The Exxcellent Early 90s (1990-1992)

- ALF
- Growing Pains
- Head of the Class
- Supermarket Sweep
- The Baby-Sitters Club
- The Arsenio Hall Show
- The Party Machine
- Saturday Night Live
- The Cosby Show
- A Different World
- The Golden Girls
- Empty Nest
- In the Heat of the Night
- The Seinfeld Chronicles/Seinfeld
- Saved by the Bell
- Yo Yogi
- Beetlejuice the Animated Series
- Life Goes On
- Full House
- Family Matters
- Step by Step
- Home Improvement
- House Party
- Doogie Howser MD
- Roseanne
- Dinosaurs
- Club Mario
- Tiny Toon Adventures
- Captain Planet and the Planeteers
- Club MTV
- Dance Party USA
- Yo! MTV Raps
- Hull High
- Ferris Bueller
- The Guys Next Door
- Beverly Hills 90210
- 21 Jump Street
- Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
- In Living Color
- The Simpsons (especially in the 2nd & 3rd seasons)
- Married with Children
- Drexell’s Class
- True Colors
- Attack of the Killer Tomatoes cartoon
- Superboy
- My Secret Identity
- Monsters
- The Munsters Today
- Out of this World
- Charles in Charge
- Major Dad
- The Willies
- Thelma & Louise
- Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead
- Rock ‘N Roll High School Forever
- L.A. Story
- Scenes from a Mall
- Cool As Ice
- Toy Soldiers
- Child’s Play 3
- Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare
- Boyz N the Hood
- House Party 2
- City Slickers
- Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
- Terminator 2: Judgement Day
- Jungle Fever
- The People Underneath the Stairs
- Cape Fear
- Big Brother Jake
- Video Power
- Gamepro TV
- Kid N Play (cartoon)
- New Kids on the Block (cartoon)
- Wish Kid (cartoon released during the time Michael Jackson and Macaulay Culkin were friends)
- Hammerman
- Pro Stars
- Land of the Lost (shortalls alert!)
- Hey Dude
- Pete and Pete shorts
- Clarissa Explains It All
- You Can’t Do That on Television
- What Would You Do?
- Get the Picture
- Family Double Dare
- Nick Arcade
- Doug
- Wild and Crazy Kids
- Salute Your Shorts
- Welcome Freshmen
- Fifteen
- The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
- Blossom
- The New Lassie
- What a Dummy!
- Harry and the Hendersons (TV show)
- Dracula: The Series
- The Dr. Fad Show (lots of neon in there)
- The Bozo Show
- Steampipe Alley
- Degrassi High
- Degrassi Talks
- Wayne’s World
- Juice
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer (movie)
- Encino Man
- White Men Can’t Jump
- Beethoven
- 3 Ninjas
- Bebe’s Kids
- Class Act
- Singles
- South Central
- Zebrahead
- Malcolm X (the ending)
- Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventures (live-action show)
- MTV’s The Real World

The Modest Mid 90s (1993-1995)

- Barney & Friends
- California Dreams
- Running the Halls
- Saved by the Bell: The New Class
- Are You Afraid of the Dark?
- The Secret World of Alex Mack
- Clarissa Explains It All
- Roundhouse
- The Adventures of Pete and Pete
- All That
- My Brother and Me
- Welcome Freshmen
- Fifteen
- Supermarket Sweep
- Poetic Justice
- Menace II Society
- The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
- Blossom
- Beavis and Butthead
- MTV The Grind
- Airborne
- Ghostwriter
- Married with Children
- The Simpsons
- Beverly Hills 90210 (Both Brenda and Valerie wore flannel)
- The Ben Stiller Show
- Martin
- In Living Color
- Melrose Place
- Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers
- Living Single
- Animaniacs
- Roseanne
- Full House
- Family Matters
- Sister, Sister
- Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper
- Boy Meets World
- My So-Called Life
- Home Improvement
- Brotherly Love
- Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad
- Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills
- VR Troopers (for the name alone)
- Weird Science
- Big Brother Jake
- Thea
- CityKids
- Sinbad
- George
- Renegade
- Clueless (I spotted a troll shirt)
- Empire Records
- The Baby-Sitter’s Club (movie)
- Kids
- Dangerous Minds (movie)
- Angus
- Mallrats
- The Basketball Diaries
- Hackers
- The Real World
- Road Rules

The Livest Late 90s (1996-1998)

- Supermarket Sweep
- USA High
- Party of Five
- Mad TV
- Beverly Hills 90210
- Sliders
- Living Single
- New York Undercover
- Family Matters
- Ellen
- Dangerous Minds (tv show)
- Sweet Valley High
- Breaker High
- In the House
- Malcolm and Eddie
- Moesha
- Clueless TV show
- Sabrina the Teenage Witch
- Boy Meets World
- Home Improvement
- Spin City
- The New Ghostrider Mysteries
- One World
- Hang Time
- Saved by the Bell: The New Class
- City Guys
- SubUrbia
- The Craft
- I Know What You Did Last Summer
- Friends
- 3rd Rock from the Sun
- MTV Singled Out
- 7th Heaven
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer
- Unhappily Ever After
- Brotherly Love
- Sister, Sister
- Smart Guy
- The Parent Hood
- The Steve Harvey Show
- The Jamie Foxx Show
- The Wayans Brothers
- Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher
- The Faculty
- Disturbing Behavior
- Can’t Hardly Wait
- Half-baked
- Pecker
- All That
- Kenan & Kel
- The Secret World of Alex Mack
- The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
- The Journey of Allen Strange
- Goosebumps
- Big Bad Beetleborgs
- Beetleborgs Metallix
- The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
- The Jeff Foxworthy Show
- Trojan War
- Spice World (Posh Spice’s style is very late 90s)

I didn’t mean to name everything that was around in those days, but there are a lot of them.

What’s missing from my lists? I’ll add to it as we go along.

Subject: Re: TV Shows and Movies that Best Represent Each Era of the 1990s

Written By: John Titor on 11/01/18 at 5:54 pm

Late90s.                                                         


I know what you did last summer
Boy meets world later season's
Spice world
Trojan war

Subject: Re: TV Shows and Movies that Best Represent Each Era of the 1990s

Written By: TheEarly90sFan on 11/01/18 at 6:06 pm


Late90s.                                                         


I know what you did last summer
Boy meets world later season's
Spice world
Trojan war


I updated the list. Thanks.

Subject: Re: TV Shows and Movies that Best Represent Each Era of the 1990s

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 11/09/18 at 9:04 pm

Movies:

Early 90s: Falling Down

Mid 90s: Empire Records

Late 90s: American Beauty

Subject: Re: TV Shows and Movies that Best Represent Each Era of the 1990s

Written By: BornIn86 on 11/10/18 at 9:46 am

Mid 90s -Martin

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