If you could bring back any television series from the nineties what would it be?
Wow, I had so many favorite ones. I think Seinfeld and King of Queens would be my top two. However, I loved the Cosby Show and the original Beverly Hills 90210.
Those are some great answers. I loved Cosby Show as a kid. My husband was a closet 90210 fan
I'm seeing lots of Cosby show here......Big-ups to y'all lol. Did love that Seinfeld too. When I was in H.S. my crew of friends all took on a character and visited all of the famous places displayed on the show We were a bunch of nerds lol
Was Cosby in the 90's as that would be my first choice, then StarTrek TNG, and Friends, Frasier, any good half hour comedy - not the mindless sex crap they have on today.
Friends!!! But I loved ER too
Friends was just so much fun to watch every week and then ER right after.
I watch them on DVD!!
I'm tempted to say Buffy the Vampire Slayer because it began in the nineties and I love it so, but it had a good ending and a comic book continuation.
This is silly, but I might bring back my childhood favorite Rugrats. It's so much fun and I'd love to relax with new episodes.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the Rugrats, and the Mighty Morhpin' Power Rangers.
Friends, no doubt about it. I LOVED that show. I was around the same age as the cast so I could relate to a lot of their story lines. But more than anything, that show was hilarious.
My favorite was when Monica was trying to figure out the recipe from Phoebes grandmother. Nestlé Toll House. Gotta love it.
Loved it so much that when cable was out on the finale night, we dug out the rabbit ears and kept adjusting them to see the screen.
They don't know that WE know that THEY know....lol. Pure comedy!
Well, mine would be saved by the bell,and the X Files...I miss those TV series so much...
Friends! It started in the 90's but ended later into the 2000's sometime.
Hmm.. I would have to say "The Powerpuff Girls." I absolutely loved that show, and it was actually the girliest thing I liked. I like Blossom because she was the leader, Bubbles because her color was blue, and Buttercup because of her tomboy attitude. My favorite episode is the one with the mime who took all of the color away and Bubbles helped get it back.
Was "Fame" part of the 90s or was that on in the 80s? I can't remember, but that was one of my favorite shows. I also love "90210" and "Melrose Place."
Married with children for sure! The Wonder Years, and I use to love the theme song for Doogie Howser M.D.
Macgiver. I think we all learned some great tricks from him of how to get out of any situation with regular everyday items.
In Living Color
"Holmie Dont Play Dat!"
That is so easy...The Cosby Show. Even though it didn't start in the 90's, it pushed it's way through
1. "Guest House" it was a comedy dram series, produced and run by Pakistan Television (PTV)
2. Fawlty Towers and Mrs Bouquets
I would bring back Roseanne. I actually got a lot of good tips from Roseanne and Dan. I'm a fun parent and my kids really enjoy me, except when I try to embarrass them..lol..but in my opinion you have to be a vigilant parent but also a fun one.
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