The top five TV shows of the 1990s

The top five TV shows of the 1990s

Mohamed Abumerhi, A&E Critic

Although most of us weren’t born in the ’90s, we still grew up on with the decade’s great shows. Here are my top five TV shows of the ’90s.

5. Rugrats: This show is told from the viewpoint of babies with extremely creative imaginations as they take on adventures in their everyday life. As they go on their adventures, we can’t help but feel like we are actually there.

4. Doug: This cartoon takes us on an adventure with a boy named Doug who lives in a town called Bluffington. When he isn’t outside playing with his friends, he likes to write in his journal and fantasize that he is a superhero he calls “Quailman.”

3. Family Matters: Policeman Carl Winslow has more to worry about than just his job. He also has a family at home that matters to him, as well as Steve Urkel, the nerd next door who doesn’t quite understand that he doesn’t live with the Winslows.

2. Full House: After the death of Danny Tanner’s wife, this San Francisco news reporter gets help from his new roommates Jesse and Joey. These two help Danny raise his three daughters D.J. ,Michelle, and Stephanie.

1. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Will Smith is sent by his mom to live with his Aunt Vivian and Uncle Phil in Bel-Air to avoid the rough neighborhood in Philadelphia. In this series, his lifestyle often clashes with the lifestyle of his relatives in Bel Air. We all know this is a fan favorite.

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