Only 80s Babies Can Name These 90s TV Shows. Can You?

The 90s had a slew of TV shows aimed specifically at 80's babies. Of course, by then, we were all teens and young adults. It was a time when family sitcoms were thriving! They were full of family values, life lessons, and laughs. The best sitcoms had theme songs that stick with you even now. These shows had families that some 80s babies wished were their own. Sometimes, these shows were overly wholesome, while others were great at pushing the norm by showing how parents and their teens really felt.

At the same time, teen dramas were popping up everywhere. In most cases, the TV parents had way too much patience for their moody teens. To make matters worse, the teens actually listened to their parents like 80% of the time. On the other hand, some shows tried to be more realistic, only to be met with controversy and criticism by real-life parents. (In reality, they probably didn't want TV shows teaching us the awkward things that they couldn't get up the courage to talk about.) Plus, there were a few animated series that weren't appropriate for teens, yet that only made us love them more. So, 80s babies get ready to feel nostalgia for these TV shows of the 90s. Only 80s babies can name them all, but anyone can try it!

Question 1

Do you recognize this 90s TV show?

No 80s baby will ever forget this 90s show, which aired from 1990-1996. It starred Will Smith as himself, only he was a teenager from West Philadelphia, who was sent by his mom to live with his Uncle Phil and Aunt Vivian in their Bel Air mansion. This changed his lifestyle dramatically, yet Will still acted and dressed as he would in West Philly. Of course, this meant that his personality, decisions, and fashion sense clashed humorously with his relatives. The show also included his cousins Carlton, Whitney, and Ashley. What show is this?

Question 2

Can you name this show?

All 80s babies should remember this 90s sitcom! It aired from 1993-2000 and followed the adolescent years of Cory Matthews. Cory was played by Ben Savage whose character was your average, everyday kid. It was the kind of show where every bad decision ended with a life lesson. Meanwhile, Cory's best friend Shawn was often behind their worst misadventures. Cory's family were also a key part of the show. As well as his crush turned girlfriend, Topanga and Mr. Feeny, who was their teacher/principle/neighbor, whom they often turned to for advice. Can you name the show?

Question 3

Which 90s TV show is this?

This show ruled the TV screens of teens and young adults from 1998 to 2003. What started as a pitched script about the teenage life of a well-known scriptwriter turned into a teen drama about Dawson Leary and his group of friends in Capeside. It had the geeky, charming adolescent with his best-friend who was really in love with him, aka Joey Potter. Also, there was the third wheel and best friend to both, Pacey Witter and the outsider from New York, Jen. What show was this?

Question 4

What's the name of this show?

This family-themed show ran from 1989 to 1998. It was originally based on the Winslow family, which consisted of a policeman, Carl Winslow, his wife Harriet, and their children, Eddie, Laura, and Judy. However, there was a new character who was introduced in the middle of the first season and stole the show. He was a clumsy nerd named Steve Urkel, who wore his overall suspenders almost to his neck and was pining away for a chance to date Laura Winslow. His catchphrase was "Did I do that?". Which show is this?

Question 5

Can you name this show?

This show took on the tale of the Salinger's, who were 5 siblings, aged 24 and under, that had lost their parents in a car accident. The eldest Salinger, Charlie, took on the role as breadwinner, while Bailey took on caregiving at 16. The eldest daughter was played by Neve Campbell as Julia, who was 15. There were also two younger children, Claudia (11), and Owen, who was only 1. The show had a slow start but ended up being pretty popular in the last few seasons. It ran from 1994-2000. Do you remember what show it was?

Question 6

Do you know which teen drama this was?

This short-lived teen drama took the world by storm in 1994, only to be canceled after the first season. For 80s babies, this was the 90s show that wiped all those fake teen dramas out of the park. Claire Danes played the role of Angela Chase who was everything that real teenage girls are. She was unsure of herself, scared, and confused. The show also met real-life problems head-on through the lives of Angela, Rayanne, Rickie, and even Angela's crush, Jordan Catalano. Do you know the name of this show?

Question 7

What show is this?

This 90s show debuted in 1996 and lasted 7 total seasons. Mellissa Joan Hart was cast as the shows lead character, who was a 16-year-old who turned out to be a witch. The show was based on her learning of her powers on her 16th birthday and being taught how to use magic by her Aunts, Hilda and Zelda. There were all sorts of misadventures for the girl, especially at school and her aunts were always there to help her make things right. It was a lot like a teenage version of Bewitched. Can you name this show?

Question 8

Can you name this nearly forgotten show?

There isn't an 80s baby that shouldn't be able to name this teen drama that ran for the entire 90s decade, starting in 1990 and ending in 2000. The show began by chronicling the lives of Brenda and Brandon Walsh, who were played by Shannen Doherty and Jason Priestly. The twins had moved to Beverly Hills from Minnesota. Later, the other characters stories took over the show. They were all upper-class, rich kids. Other characters included Kelly, Dylan, Andrea, Donna, Steve, David, and Scott. What show is this?

Question 9

What show is this?

This was yet another family values show centered around a teenage girl. As with most family shows, the girl was learning life lessons throughout her adolescence. However, she had the added complication that her mother had left the family to pursue her own life, leaving the girl, her father, Nick, and her older brothers, Tony and Joey, in order to pursue her own dreams. The lead character often got her advice from imagined celebrities such as ALF, Will Smith, and Hugh Hefner. Plus, the character was played by Malym Balik, from The Big Bang Theory. What show was this?

Question 10

Which family sitcom was this?

This show is an oldie, yet goodie for 80s babies. It ran from 1987-1997. The show was a comedy centered around Al Bundy and his obnoxious family. He was once a star high school football player, although, he'd knocked his wife, Peggy up young. This left him with few career options and he ended up being a woman's shoe salesman. He'd spend his day stuffing little shoes on heavyset women, then come home to Peg and their children Kelly and Bud. Kelly was ditsy and promiscuous. Meanwhile, Bud was your average awkward teenage boy. What show was this?

Question 11

Do you know which 90's TV show this is?

There wasn't a family that didn't watch this famous sitcom from 1987 to 1995. It was about a widowed father named Dan Tanner, who was raising his three daughters, DJ, Stephanie, and Michelle. However, he did have a little help from his brother-in-law, Jesse, and his best friend, Joey. The three guys had all kinds of comical adventures while raising the girls. As the girls got older, there were also plenty of those life lesson episodes that 90s family shows were famous for. Can you name this show?

Question 12

What show is this?

This popular show was actually a reboot of a show called Good Morning, Mrs. Bliss. Rather than another family show, this was based on the school-life of a group of kids, lead by Zach Morris. The majority of the storylines revolved around his immature, yet funny antics at school. Zach was class clown type, yet lovable at the same time. Kelly was a cheerleader, meanwhile, Lisa was a rich daddy's girl. Then, you had Screech as the nerd and Jessie as the straight-A, goodie-two-shoes. Slater was the jock of the group. What show was this?

Question 13

Do you know what 90s family TV show this is?

You don't necessarily have to be an 80s baby to name this famous show, seeing as how it's now airing a reboot. However, you would have to recognize it's characters who were much younger when it ran from 1988-1997. The show took on a realistic approach to the working-class family, with parents, who didn't pretend to always adore their children and kids, who didn't always listen to their parents. The show featured the mom, who the show's also named after, the dad, Dan Conner, and their daughters, Becky and Darlene, and their son, DJ. Can you name it?

Question 14

Can you name this show?

This show ran for 9 seasons starting in 1996. It was a comedy about a guy named Raymond, his family, and his overbearing parents who live across the street. This show didn't focus on the family values of Raymond, instead, dealing more with his issues with his parents, and his older brother. He didn't help much around the house or with the kids and rarely took any situation seriously. He was touted as the favorite child of Marie and Frank. He and his wife often had arguments about his family. Do you know which show this is?

Question 15

What show is this?

What 80s baby didn't grow up watching this cartoon in the 90s? The 90s was full of animated series that weren't always deemed appropriate by adults and this was one of them. This series revolved around the friendship of a dog and a cat. The dog was a chihuahua who's temperament was even more unstable than a real one, and the cat was good-natured and calmer. As for the controversy, the cartoon had hidden themes that were violent and considered not appropriate for kids, which meant young teens loved it! What show was this?

Question 16

Which 90s legal comedy-drama is this?

This show was set up like a law drama, although, it was really about the humorous love lives of its characters, particularly the leading lady. At the start of the show, she'd just taken a job at the Cage and Fish law firm which was co-owned by one of her friends from law school, Richard Fish, and didn't know that her ex, Billy was going to be one of her colleagues. The show often used hilarious fantasies to play out what the characters were feeling and thinking, including a dancing baby that became quite popular. Which show was this?

Question 17

What show is this?

This show was created by Joss Whedon, who also wrote the script for the movie version. Both follow the journey of a tiny blonde girl who just happens to be a vampire slayer. He'd had plans to switch the horror cliche of blonde girls playing the victim and decided to make the blonde girl a hero. However, he didn't like the comedic outcome of the movie and recreated his original image for the script into a series. The series is considered one of the best of all times. Do you know what it is?

Question 18

Can you name this show based on twins?

This show ran from 1994 to 1999. It was a sitcom based on twin sisters, who were acting as themselves, yet under the theme that they'd been separated at birth and reunited as teens. It was similar to the storyline of The Parent Trap, although, Tia and Tamara were both adopted at birth by different families. One was adopted by a single mom, meanwhile, the other had two adoptive parents but the mom died. They ran into each other at a store and convinced the dad to take in the single mom. What show is this?

Question 19

Can you name this show?

It'd be hard for anyone to not recognize this show, especially, 80's babies. In fact, it's known for being one of the most-popular TV shows of all time. The sitcom is based on the friendship of 6 close friends living in Manhattan. It all started when Rachel Green showed up at her friend, Monica's apartment, in a wedding dress after leaving her groom at the altar. She becomes Monica's roommate and falls in with her group of friends from the city. What's the name of this show?

Question 20

Do you know what show this is?

Before there was ever a Sex and the City series, there was this show. It aired from 1993 to 1998 and was centered on the lives of 6 single friends living in a Brooklyn apartment building. There were four women and two men. The sitcom starred Queen Latifah as Khadijah James, who was a hard-working editor, along with her friends, Sinclair, Regina, and Maxine (aka Max). Their other neighbors were Kyle and Overton, who became love interests later for Sinclair and Max. What show was this?

Question 21

Do you know what show this is?

Tim Allen was the father of this family based sitcom, which aired from 1991-1999. The series revolved around Tim Taylor, his wife, Jill, their sons, Brad, Randy, and Mark, and his TV show that was based on DIY home improvements. Tim's show consisted of him and his assistant, Al working with tools and making lots of typical blunders while attempting to show people how to make improvements to their homes. The show also had Pamela Anderson as Tim and Al's first "Tool Time Girl". What's the name of this sitcom?

Question 22

Which show is this?

If you ever thought that Ben Savage from Boy Meets World looked kinda familiar, it was because his older brother starred in a 90's family TV series first. From 1988 until 1993, Fred Savage acted as Kevin Arnold. He was your average adolescent boy, growing up in the late 60's and early 70's. The storylines were narrated by an older version of Kevin. He had a crush on his neighbor, Winnie and his best friend was Paul. Do you remember what show this was?

Question 23

Can you name this show?

This show was created and produced by Fran Drescher and her husband. Fran also took on the leading role as, Fran Fine, a down-on-her-luck woman who'd just been dumped and fired. She appeared on the doorstep of British Broadway producer, Maxwell Sheffield while selling door-to-door cosmetics. Meanwhile, Maxwell, or as Fran called him, Mr. Sheffield, was a widower with three children, who was badly in need of a nanny. It was funny because Fran wasn't really the nanny or housekeeper type, although, she did have a way with the kids. Fran was also known for her annoying voice. Which show was this?

Question 24

Do you know what 90's TV show this is?

At first, this show was considered controversial because it used ghetto-humor to get laughs, avoiding the cliche that most predominantly African-American casted shows had in the 90's. However, it turned out to be iconic and elevated most of it's cast to stardom. It was a sketch comedy that was created, written, and produced by Keenan Ivory Wayans. He and his siblings, Damon, Kim, Shawn, and Marlon Wayans were all a part of the cast. The cast also included Jim Carrey, Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Foxx, and Rosie Perez choreographed Dance moves. What show was this?

Question 25

What era-based family show is this?

This sitcom was based on a group of 6 friends in a past a time era. The friends were a group of teenagers, Eric, Jackie, Michael, Donna, Steven, Fez, and Randy. The show aired from 1998-2006. It was the only show to debut in 1998 and survive on FOX. Many of its cast members are family names now, including Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, and Laura Prepon. The comedy of the show centered around its time period and the teen's attitudes and styles of that era, like wearing bell bottoms and getting high. Which show was it?

Question 26

Can you name this animated show from the 90s?

There is no 80s baby whose teen years were complete without seeing this comical cartoon at least once. The series version ran on MTV from 1993 to 1997. It also came back for a final season that ran in 2011 and there was an animated movie released in 1996. The animated series was based on the antics of two dim-witted, delinquent teens, whose main mission in life is to sit on the couch and say "cool" or laugh the most obnoxious gurgling laughs ever while watching heavy metal music videos. Which animated show was this?

Question 27

Can you name this 90s spinoff?

This 90's show was a spinoff of The Cosby Show, which followed Denise Huxtable from The Cosby Show to Hillman College. It was created by Bill Cosby. In the first season, it showed Denise's transition to college and centered on her life with her college friends, Maggie, Whitley, and Dwayne. However, Lisa Bonet became pregnant and left the show, leaving it centered more on her friend's ongoing college lives after she left. Do you remember what the name of this 90s show was?

Question 28

Can you name this show?

This show didn't debut until the end of the 90s in 1998 but it made such an impression that any 80s baby should be able to name it. The show was about three sisters, who as adults, suddenly find out that they are witches. Throughout the series run, they fight off evil forces and often misuse their powers for personal gain, which causes comical, yet sometimes dangerous results. The original three sisters were, Prue, Pheobe, and Piper, although, Prue is killed off and a half-sister named Paige appeared to take her place. What show was it?

Question 29

Do you know which 90s TV show this is?

This show became more than just a 90's show. In fact, the animated sitcom debuted in 1989 and is still running today. The series revolves around an animated family who lives in a town called Springfield. The dad's name is Homer, his wife is Marge, and their kids are Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. Homer is self-centered, while Marge is an average housewife, Bart is the troublemaker, while Lisa is the straight-A student, and Maggie is a baby who always has a pacifier in her mouth. Can you name this show?

Question 30

Which famous 90s sitcom is this?

This sitcom ran for nearly a decade starting in 1989. It was about the fictional every-day life of one of its creators, who we'll just call Jerry. He lived in an apartment building in Manhattan and the show just revolved around his life and the interactions he had with his friends, George and Elaine, the later of who was also his ex-girlfriend. Aside from that, there was also a funny, yet annoying neighbor named Kramer. What show is this?

Question 31

What show is this?

This animated show ran from 1996 to 2004. It was about a 4th grader who lived in a boarding home with his grandparents in a big city. He and his friends used to have various adventures in the city, His friends were Gerald, who was the most streetwise, and Helga, who has a crush on the lead character but she bullies him, instead of letting him know about how she feels. His grandparent's names were Phil and Gertrude. Do you know which show this is?

Question 32

Name this show?

Jessica Beal got her big break as the eldest daughter from this 90's family series that was based on a Protestant minister and his large family. The series was pretty hard to miss for 80s babies since it ran for over a decade from 1996-2007. The father's name was Eric Camden, his wife was Annie, and their original five children were named Matt, Mary, Simon, Lucy, and Ruthie. They also had twins toward the latter end of the series who were named Sam and David. The show focused on family values and growing up. What show was this?

Question 33

Can you name this show?

Everyone knew who the Huxtables were in the 90's. They were a fictional family that was headed by their father Cliff Huxtable and his wife, Claire Huxtable. They were an African-American upper-class couple with four children, Sandra, Denise, Theodore, and Rudy. The show was about family values and life lessons and it ran from 1984-1992, with reruns airing all through the 90's. Bill Cosby played the strict, yet loving role of Cliff Huxtable and his legacy lived on as one of the best televisions dads until recently. What show was this

Question 34

Do you recognize this teen sitcom from the 90s?

This teen sitcom followed two mischievous teens who were always up to something bad, yet funny. The show always started with the teens interacting with the live audience. One of the teens would act as though he'd forgotten what the episode was about, meanwhile, the other teen wasn't going to give up the details. The show was so popular that the leading characters ended up in a movie together called Good Burger. It ran from 1996-2000. Do you know what show this was?

Question 35

Name this show!

Only 80's babies will remember this funny sitcom, which starred Martin Lawrence as Martin Payne. The show ran from 1992-1997 and was Fox's highest rated show during it's run. Martin was a disc jockey who had a girlfriend named Gina. He was always messing things up with his selfish way of thinking and having to go back and fix his relationship. This was also the show that made Sheneneh a household name, although, the character was Martin dressed up as a stereotype of a ghetto girl. The character inspired the Nae Nae dance in 2013. What show was this?

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