Kids' TV Shows of the '90s

The '90s was a very memorable decade for kids who enjoyed television. Going back in time, here's a list of some popular TV shows of that decade. Enjoy!
Entertainism Staff Sep 27, 2018
Tom and Jerry, Charlie Chaplin, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe...no matter how many times we sit and watch those re-runs, we simply don't get tired of them! No offense to present-day cartoons, as there are many others as well but many people are of the firm opinion that nothing beats the TV shows from the 90s.
Honestly, TV shows from the 90s were a cut above the rest in all aspects - characters, storyline, appeal, and enjoyment. On that note, let us take a small trip down the memory lane and revisit some of those wonderful shows that we still cherish.

Mr. Bean

During its weekly half hour telecast, the inimitable Mr. Bean, played by Rowan Atkinson, nearly created a laugh riot in many people's living room. His amazing antics, astounding plans, signature facial expressions, coupled with interesting plots, made this television show a hugely popular one, and among people of all ages.
Although the show originally ran from 1990 to 1995, its unparalleled popularity has seen endless reruns being aired over the years, till date.

Full House

More of a family-oriented show with a nice feel of warmth about it, Full House was on air from 1987 to 1995. The main characters were Danny Tanner (played by Bob Saget), Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos), Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron), and Michelle Tanner (played on an alternate basis by the Olsen twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley).
The show Full House was aired for six seasons until it was taken off air in mid-1995. However, reruns continued to be aired for a number of years and in all parts of the world, thanks to which, the show's popularity grew even further and across many a generation.

Kenan and Kel

The silly stunts, the outrageous plans, the ever-so-common goof-ups, the orange soda, Kenan and Kel was a 30-minute delight. The show was originally aired on Nickelodeon from 1996 to 2000. And what happened after that? Well, nothing different from what happened to the other shows! All of them were equally enjoyable as the original airing, mind you.

Small Wonder

This show originally began in the late '80s and ended around mid-1989, but nevertheless, It's been included in this list. In case you want to know why, the answer's pretty simple. It was aired in many countries in the '90s!
The show ran for four seasons during which Ted, Joan and Jamie Lawson (the main characters) had many an eventful experience involving Vicki the Robot, and the process of keeping her identity a secret. Just a mere mention of this show is enough to bring back a flood of memories, and an instant smile.
Cartoons! You didn't think we would forget to mention all those funny cartoon characters, did you? No, of course we wouldn't! Here are a few more shows that many people really loved (and still very much do!):
Johnny Bravo
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Fresh Prince of Bel Air
DuckTales
Scooby Doo
Dexter's Laboratory
Hey Arnold
The Adventures of Tintin (just can't get enough of this!!)
Top Cat
The Flintstones
Captain Planet
Richie Rich
G.I. Joe
Dick Dastardly and Muttley
Batman and Robin
The Perils of Penelope Pitstop and many, many more!
Well, to be honest, we are not quite done with our list; but nevertheless, we've decided to stop here itself. You wanna know why? Once again, one simple reason. In a minute's time, it's gonna be Tom and Jerry hour on Cartoon Network, and we ain't gonna miss it for anything in the world!