This site uses cookies to improve your experience and deliver personalised advertising. Will Smith's character got in one little fight and his mom got scared and so he moved with his aunty and his uncle to a town called Bel Air. TV god fools! #justsayin. Not least of all being the purveyor of home-makeover shows which of course are all the more wonderful when Llewelyn-Bowen & co. haven't listened to a goddam thing about what the person whose having their house madeover, actually likes for their interiors. Still blowing my mind. Anyone else have the dolls or was that just us? A Buffy fan? Also still one of our favourite fancy dress costumes, too. Oh, how we longed to be in Ms. Frizzle's class where their school trips were far more exciting than the ones we went on. We remember the song but not much else either than these girls were really cool and we wanted to be them. But as adults, you may have wondered how they navigated the hangovers every single Saturday - especially seems as the 90s were all about a good party. This “house” was basically a giant ball pit and Pat Sharp was running the show. Sweeet Valley, Sweeet Valleeey Hiiiiigh. ), Bernard's Watch (man, how much we wanted this to actually exist) and The Secret World of Alex Mack. Sundays were a write off," Dec the lad told GLAMOUR. Thank god for Netflix. Sweet, seemingly-stupid Mr Bean uses his unusual wit to fulfil everyday tasks creating chaos around him - like having to drive his car with a broom from the roof. Long before Harry Potter was Miss Cackle's Academy for witches, where Mildred Hubble struggles to fit in, with not much help from school bully Ethel played by a young Felicity Jones. Looking back on it, it's actually super-interesting that Lake was only 25-years-old when she landed the show. ', 3. Actual LOL comedy, Eddie and Patsy are TV icons of the 90s. Hardly a fluffy, animated show about forest creatures; The Animals Of Farthing Wood was centred around the animals' struggles after having to leave their homes following humans destroying their natural habitat. Before talents shows ruled the TV waves options were limited to cheesy gameshows and cheesy BBC family comedies. 80s/90s TV shows by lexibetker | created - 09 Mar 2017 | updated - 12 Mar 2017 | Public TV shows both kid and adult. Being obsessed with hot vampires is nothing new; seminal vamp TV show Buffy saw to that. Even though I cannot remember much of this wonderful show, I do remember that if the prospective dates didn't anser the questions properly, they got pushed into a swimming pool. We were on air that next morning. Everything about this show was fab; from Salem the wise-cracking cat and Aunts Zelda and Hilda (the latter of which, on hindsight, was kind of like a Nickelodeon-sanctioned Samantha Jones, non? Full House is probably the quintessential sappy family sitcom of the ’90s, the kind of show that was the butt of jokes from every late-night comedian who thought he …

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Cute Tommy, naughty Angelica, Chucky and twins Phil and Lil. Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis were the brains behind this comedy sketch series which never failed to make us smile. This show was a British television drama anthology series of single plays that ran on the ITV network from 1956 to 1974.

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Unlike today's era of binge-watching Netflix and ongoing reality TV shows like TOWIE and Love Island, the 90s was the era of ‘the episode’. Zac and Kelly. The original and the best dating show; contestants would suss out their love match through a series of probing questions like, “If you were a packet of crisps, which one would you be?” Suffice to say, by the time the couple in question returned a week later, they were arch-enemies. The girl who got splashed in some strange chemical that gave her secret powers she had to hide while turning into a silvery puddle. This is where the Brucey bonus and many other of Sir Forsyth's best-loved gags were founded. With deaths and peril-a-plenty on their journey, it still remains a classic of kids' TV. Despite the complicated nature of their adoptions (which the opening credits went someway to explain), Tia and Tamera were the twins who just happened to run into each other one day. End of. To enable Verizon Media and our partners to process your personal data select 'I agree', or select 'Manage settings' for more information and to manage your choices. I could go on. Any Brit actor worth his/her salt has done a Ruth Rendell mystery. The Secret Life Of Alex Mack 1994-1998, 56. The 90s delivered the entertainment in spades. Zoe Ball & Jamie Theakston. ), we felt like we actually knew Rachel Green, Joey Tribiani & co and also because it gave us one of the most singularly brilliant characters to have ever graced a TV show; Ross Geller. Here are 9 other brilliant TV shows and movies about witches that are perfect for Halloween. It was just all kinds of awesome. But as Ant revealed, "We never drank on a Friday night! Josh Smith. From One Tree Hill to Dawson's Creek: These are the iconic TV shows to binge for some sweet nostalgia, Everything you need to know about egg freezing to make an empowered decision, Love Hocus Pocus? i.e. This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air 1990-1996, 52. Carrie's “I couldn't help but wonder...” moments, coupled with writing her sex column in a pair of massive Y-fronts was so awesome, it needs a new word to describe how truly brilliant it was. Bruce Forsyth’s Generation Game 1971-1994, 32. The show followed their quintessentially 90s teen romance all the way through high school to their eventual marriage, whilst giving us unrealistic expectations about love. Of course that isn't the whole story, the six years were punctuated with stuff like dice in a mirror and Carlton's most excellent dancing. "We loved that. Who loves orange soda? Bernard had a watch, that stopped time. Anthropomorphic mice + On motorbikes + On Mars = classic cartoon. Essentially a rags-to-riches tale about how one man's life got twisted upside down after a couple of guys who were up to no good starting causing trouble in his Philly neighbourhood. Bananas in pyjamas are coming down the stairs. 'Working as a black female director in this industry has often felt like banging my head against a brick wall and a glass ceiling. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc. Can you imagine having to wait ONE WHOLE WEEK for a new episode of your favourite show? We were in Newcastle, so we drove down through the night and went live on air, slightly worse for wear. Ridiculous. Although this only finished fairly recently, there was a glory hey-day for this show which was '94 through 2001. Storytelling needed to be dramatic and engaging to inspire viewers to tune in the following week.

), it should be airing in the States in September. Because you know you tuned in every single time you were off sick. Bayside High. 'Nuff said.

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What more could you ask for? Doug” Clooney was a major contributing factor to this, although when they killed Anthony “Goose” Edwards, that was pretty savage, too. The UK TV and film industry has had a real problem with diversity but is that finally set to change? Classic stuff.

'Nuff said. The 90s delivered the entertainment in spades. Then there are the classics that will never cease to make us laugh - Mr Bean, Father Ted and Keeping Up Appearances - what a decade it was! He could stop time. We're jolly pleased it's all on Netflix RN. Why was it awesome?

and a sexy/stupid brother - who at the time most Under-15's thought was the sexiest thing on the planet – as well as the most amazing array of hats. The cartoon of our Saturday mornings, the first few notes of a bangin' theme tune we will NEVER get wrong in a 90s quiz. I know this hasn't exactly been off of our screens in recent years, what with two great (read: atrocious) sequel films since under its belt, but, frankly, the TV show and the films are only distantly related and not at all the same animal.