Most 90s kids and older will agree that watching TV is one of the best past-times there is. Looking back into the past years, it may come as a surprise to us that our favorite TV shows are almost two decades old. Feel old yet? (image source)
Malcolm in the Middle
First aired in January 2000, Malcolm in the Middle revolves around the teenage life of the titular character Malcolm.
Who can forget this classic Japanese anime? Yu-Gi-Oh was the obsession most kids back then had. They loved not only the show but also collecting, trading, and ‘dueling’ with Yu-Gi-Oh cards.
Most of us will recognize pre-Transformer Shia LeBoeuf from the show. The show spanned for 3 seasons and became one of the most successful TV comedies there is.
Dora the Explorer
I’d bet anything that there is no single soul on the planet who doesn’t know about Dora the Explorer. Everything about it screams nostalgia, especially when you’re a kid who’d rather arrive late to school than miss out on Dora’s adventures.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
A story about a dog who grew way too tall because of the love he receives? YES PLEASE. Clifford the Big Red Dog premiered in September 2000 and remained in our hearts forever.
We have spent perhaps way too much time on Lorelai and Rory’s story on the Gilmore Girls.
Inuyasha is a beloved character first introduced in a manga series. It first premiered in October 2000 and continued airing until 2010. The storyline revolves around a teenage girl who can travel back to feudal Japan to help a young half demon recover the shards of a jewel of great power.
Jackie Chan Adventures
Jackie Chan made huge waves in the entertainment industry conquering both the big screen and even cartoons through Jackie Chan Adventures. For five seasons, the show stuck with us and both educated and entertained us with lessons.
As Told by Ginger
We all know and consider Ginger as our friend growing up. Her daily life gives us great lessons in handling different situations that we may experience.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
Originally released in October 2000, CSI remains one of the best crime TV shows ever made.