Channel Surfing Through The 90s

These shows from the 90s and early 2000s will bring back memories from the past

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FRIENDS (1994-2004)


The hit show “Friends” features six friends who live in New York and experience the highs and lows of work, love and life. Despite a few of jokes in the show that do not resonate with the humor of our day, the show is comedic, entertaining and has the ability to relate to audiences of all ages.




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BOY MEETS WORLD (1993-2000)


“Boy Meets World” is an American feel-good television show that follows Cory Matthews, a boy who learns to juggle school, friends and romance. Despite the show having moments of weak writing, the show was very popular among both parents and their children, it and will bring nostalgia for years to come.




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FULL HOUSE (1987-1995)


“Full House” is a family-based sitcom following Danny Tanner, a single parent, and his life raising three daughters in San Francisco with the help of his brother-in-law, Jesse, as well as his college friend, Joey. While some aspects seemed forced and unnatural, the show’s premise is a classic American favorite.