You might have noticed that we are in the middle of a 90s renaissance. We still want to dress like Cher Horowitz and Gwen Stefani and are still procrastinating from our grown up work by talking about our ultimate 90s crushes. But what about the TV shows from Gladiators to Friends that we treasured when we were small? Well the good news is we are also experiencing a 90s TV revival.
If you're a true child of the 90s you can still recite the whole intro rap from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air on demand and squeal 'wahoo' as high as Sabrina. Boy Meets World now has a sequel in the works... Boy Meets Girl. Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will return to Disney as Cory and Topanga and their daughter will be played by Riley Matthews. But what we really want to see is Mr Feeny giving his words of wisdom from over the fence.
Remember Clarissa Explains it All, that early 90s show where a mini Melissa Joan Hart wore biker boots, headbands and a super cool leather jacket? Well it's back, kind of, in book form as the show creator Mitchell Kriegman is writing a follow up book called Things I Can't Explain.
According to Entertainment Weekly the novel will follow '23-year-old Clarissa as she tries to carve out a career as a journalist and deals with the obstacles toward becoming a real adult: finding and keeping a job in a turbulent economy, the luxury of a first apartment without roommates, figuring out how to deal with parents all over again, and unexpected feelings for a really cute guy who — of course — has an on-and-off again girlfriend.'
If you are craving more 90s TV we advise you buy the complete boxset of Dawson's Creek ASAP and if you're feeling particularly nostalgic invest in a Kelly Kapowski tee like Justin Bieber. We have rounded up the top 25 shows of the decade in the gallery above, so why not try and watch as many as you can?
One of the best things about TV in the 90s was the catchy soundtracks. So put in your headphones, crank up the volume and listen to our pick of the most rockin' TV intros from the 90s below. Oh and we hope you can still sing-a-long like us...