Best 90s TV Shows In The U.S.

By Shane R

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If you are looking for some nostalgia, it is time to talk about the best 90s shows in the United States of America. Though some of these shows ran into the 2000s, the nostalgia still remains from the 1990s. See if your list compares for the top TV series ever.

#1 – Friends

When the name Friends is heard aloud, many people get thrust back into the early years of Jennifer Aniston and Company. This sitcom is one of the most well-known gems of all-time. Currently, you can get your fill on Netflix and HBO Max.

#2 – Frasier

One of the most underrated shows of the 90s is Frasier. As a Cheers spin-off, many people loved Frasier because of the psychiatrist-loving Frasier Crane, who was played by Kelsey Grammer. Over its run from 1993-2004, the show racked up 37 Emmys. If you are wanting to watch a little more Frasier in the 21st Century, check out Hulu for more.

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#3 – Sabrina The Teenage Witch

Melissa Joan Hart got her big breakthrough on Sabrina The Teenage Witch. With the talking cat, Salem, and her two old aunts, Zelda and Hilda, we all got to experience a life full of witchcraft. From 1996-2003, this show aired as an easy watching experience. Today, you can watch this wondrous show on Hulu.

#4 – Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Buffy, The Vampire Slayer, had a seven-season run with feminist characters in mind. Each episode played off important worldly metaphors. Sarah Michelle Gellar became a fan favorite for young men and women who loved her slaying a few vampires in her time. Hulu has you covered if you want to remember some episodes.