Remember the days before DVR and streaming TV when you had to plan your week around watching “Must See TV” and “T.G.I.F” so you wouldn’t be left out of the conversation around the lunch table the next day? Now, with Netflix’s recent release of 90’s shows and movies, we can travel back down memory lane when times were simpler, and not in HD.
Whether you settle in for a night of binge-watching, or introduce your kids to some personal favorites from the ’90s, Netflix has some great staples from a wonderful decade of TV.
These ’90s shows and movies on Netflix will make sure you fall in love with these characters all over again.
‘That ’70s Show’
Who would have ever guessed Jackie and Kelso would end up a couple in 2016?
‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’
Watch the chosen one kick some serious vampire butt, all while appearing to be the girl next door.
This is a given. If it’s not already in your queue, there’s been some sort of mistake.
‘Saved By The Bell’
Revisit Bayside High School, “The College Years,” and even that Summer in Hawaii.
‘A Different World’
It was “A Different World” indeed. Really glad flip up sunglasses didn’t make it into the 21st Century.
‘The Wonder Years’
The coming of age story every 90’s kid could relate to. This would be a great one to re-watch with the kid-o’s.
Now that the version 2.0 of The X-Files has hit small screens, go back to where it all began and re-watch the original series.
Wait, Wayne’s World is on Netflix? We’re not worthy!
You’re, like, totally buggin’ if you don’t watch this movie on Netflix, especially considering it just turned 20.
Tommy Boy was released in nineteen-niner-five and now you can watch it on Netflix. Yes, you did catch a “niner” in there.
‘Sleepless in Seattle’
The definition of romantic comedy, Sleepless in Seattle is ready for your giggles and tears on Netflix.
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