Top 5 TV Shows From The 90s To Binge Watch

If you constantly hear yourself repeating the phrase “I love the 90s” or wearing a neon windbreaker in public, you’re a 90s baby through and through. The 90s was the decade of the century. The styles are back and we still watch our favorite childhood shows. Here are some 90s shows to binge on Netflix or Hulu watch for the ultimate throwback.

Saved By The Bell

“It’s allllriiight¬†because I’m saved by the bell”. The popular theme song will be playing over and over again after your binge session, but that’s okay. Saved by the Bell follows the lives and friendship of a group of six friends: Zack, Slater, Kelly, Jessie, Screech, and Lisa. The show is narrated by everyone’s 90s crush, Zack Morris, and follows the friends through middle school, high school, and the college years. You’ll feel like a part of the teens’ lives as they experience heartbreak, school challenges, and frequent stops at their favorite diner The Max.


You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll drool over Jennifer Aniston’s classic 90s style. The series follows a group of six adult friends living in New York City. Kind of like Saved by the Bell but with careers and rent to pay. Each character has their distinct quirks: Joey’s food cravings, Phoebe’s eccentric life, Monica’s cleanliness, Chandler’s bad jokes, Ross’s divorces, and Rachel’s transformation from rich daddy’s girl to career woman. FYI, the finale is a real tearjerker.

Sex And The City


Set in late 90s Manhattan, the series follows four women in their 30s through their careers and dating in the big city. The series specifically focuses on the main character, Carrie Bradshaw. Her relationship column in the New York Star newspaper is the narration for the show as Carrie finds Mr. Big, experiences heartbreak, and adventures through Manhattan one cosmo¬†at a time. Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha, and Miranda each have their own personality and represent four different types of women. It will start making sense when people tell you you’re such “a Carrie”.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar as your favorite vampire slayer, Buffy comes from a long line of women who slay vampires and demons. As most teenagers do, Buffy just wants to live a normal life but chooses to accept her inevitable career with the help of her Watcher and her friends “The Scooby Gang”. You’ll relate to Buffy’s struggles as a high school teenager, but secretly wish you had a vampire slayer alter ego.



Another 90s show about a group of friends set in New York City, what are the odds? Seinfeld follows Jerry, George, Elaine, and quirky neighbor Cosmo “Kramer” through their everyday lives in the big city. The show was created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, who played a fictional version of himself. The show really isn’t about anything specific, but about their daily lives and the hilarious events that happen. The show is even regarded as one of the best sitcoms of all time. Essentially, the 90s was awesome because of Seinfeld.