She might have been the coolest lawyer of the nineties: Ally McBeal, who was part of the the staff of a fictional Boston law firm. She ways delightfully portrayed by Calista Flockhart, at its core. The show first premiered in 1997 and ran for seven seasons in total. It won a Golden Globe Award for the Best TV Series (Comedy or Musical) in 1997 and 1998.
From 1987 until 1995, we went through all the highs and lows with "Danny". "Jesse" and "Joey" on the family sitcom Full House. The show propelled the Olsen Twins (now known all over the planet) to stardom – unfortunately, they did not agree to star in the 2016 reboot Fuller House, produced by Netflix.
From 1990 to 1996, Will Smith played the hilarious working-class kid from West Philadelphia, who gets in trouble and is sent by his mother to live with his aunt and uncle in the fancy neighborhood of Bel-Air, Los Angeles. Will's background – of course – and ends up clashing in various humorous ways with the upper class world of the "Banks" family.
Yes, we do know that the yellow family from Springfield is still on TV, but they still belong on this list, since they also put their stamp on the nineties, maybe like no other show. It all started in 1989, when the first episode premiered on FOX and there is no end in sight ever since. With 28 consecutive seasons and 618 episodes, it is the longest running prime time sitcom of all time.
No, we can’t believe it either, but it is true: The last episode of The Nanny ran back in year 1999. and it’s been almost 24 years since the show first aired in 1993. The stories of the Nanny "Fran Fine" (Fran Drescher), who came into the "Sheffield" household and turned the family’s life upside down were and still are amazingly funny and heartwarming.