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Our favourite shows from the 90s

If you grew up in the 90s, you’ll be aware of the variety of sitcoms that were around on TV during that period. Though many of these shows were entertaining, they also included lots of positive messages and life lessons that we could all learn from as viewers. As a result these shows went on to run for a number of seasons and had a huge number of fans. Though there are so many shows to pick from we’ve managed to pick our favourite three to share with you.

So no one told you life was going to be this way? If you read that line while singing then you are most definitely a Friends fan. Joey, Chandler, Ross, Phoebe, Racheal and Monica were our TV friends from 1995-2004. Based on 6 six friends living in New York, we grew to love their special bonds with one another and the hilarious ways they dealt with their personal lives.

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The Fresh Prince of bel air is a show that was completely different from any other. Will smith captured our hearts as an unruly child from Philadelphia living with his mother’s sister’s family. The shows really help to illustrate the lifestyle of wealthy children living in Bel air as well as depict a variety of important family morals. The Fresh Prince which first aired in 1990 ran for six seasons and has to be one of our ultimate favourite TV families.

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Mellissa Joan Heart was simply one of a kind playing Sabrina in Sabrina The Teenage Witch. The show which originally started in 1996 was one like no other. Sabrina, her two aunts and her cat Salem were very different from your average TV Family. This sitcom followed Sabrina on her daily trials and tribulations of being a witch living in a mortal world.  Throw in the fact that she couldn’t tell anyone that she was a witch and also has a talking black cat, the show was genius.

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Is there a TV show you really wish could come back on TV?  What are some of your favourite shows from the 90s?

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