Growing up in the 90’s/00’s 📺 Favorite Cartoons & Tv-shows

I’m gonna share with you some of my favorite 90’s-00’s favorite tv shows and cartoon, if you’re a 90’s kid you’ll definitely remember these had so many flashbacks while writing this post. There were some fun 90’s moments, going to school wanting to go home to see your favorite show because you knew it would be on television at 5pm. I remember finishing school at 4.30pm rushing home to do my homework, shower, do all my duties so I can finally see my favorite show. MTV and TMF were really the IT thing back then you heard all newest songs, danced the same as what you saw on tv. I remember the first time I saw Aaliyah’s song ‘One in a million’ and ‘Try again’ was all thanks to MTV. All those summer festivals being held everyone so sunburned and I at home singing and shouting all these dang songs. Oh good old times!

Kenan & Kel (1996-2000)

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Kenan and Kel: two best friends who live in Chicago are always dragged down by Kenan’s get rich quick schemes while orange soda-loving buddy Kel is dragged along but tends to mess things up. The show features Kenan’s family, which consists of his father Roger , mother Sheryl, and younger sister Kyra. The show also features Kenan’s boss Chris Potter.

CatDog (1998-2005)

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The comic misadventures of a tidy, refined Cat and a goofy, uncouth Dog joined at the abdomen. The series revolves around Cat and Dog, a conjoined twin of a cat and a dog, who share the same body with no tail or hind legs. Although they are best friends and brothers, they have very different personalities. Cat is very cultured while Dog is very fun-loving. Dog enjoys chasing garbage trucks, cars, and exploring many things that Cat does not want to be involved with. Dog enjoys eating at fast-food restaurants (such as Taco Depot), whereas Cat does not.

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Clarissa Explains It All (1991-1994)

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Clarissa Darling (Melissa Joan Hart), is a teenager who addresses the audience directly to explain the things that are happening in her life, dealing with typical adolescent concerns such as school, boys, pimples, wearing her first training bra, and an annoying younger brother. Clarissa dealt with normal adolescent issues such as first crushes, getting a driver’s license and preparing for college and working. In one episode Clarissa accidentally shoplifts a piece of lingerie but is neither caught by store security nor punished by her parents; she spends most of the episode trying to figure out how to remedy the situation on her own.

As Told by Ginger (2000-2009)

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The series focuses mainly on the life of junior high school student Ginger Foutley .Ginger and her friends Darren Patterson, Deirdre Hortense “Dodie” Bishop, and Macie Lightfoot, try to rise from the position of school geeks as they solve many conflicts that come their way.

Luckily for Ginger Foutley, the most popular girl in school, Courtney Gripling has taken a liking to her and often includes her in her social plans. She is intrigued by her “gingerisms”, as Courtney calls them. However, Miranda Killgallen , Courtney’s right-hand woman makes sure that she is not bumped down from her position thanks to Ginger. At home, Ginger writes her lively adventures in her diary. Her mother Lois is always there for advice to which Ginger is always able to listen.

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Goosebumps Tv Series (1992-1997)

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A series of scary anthology stories based on the children’s books by R.L. Stine. Series one was hosted by R.L. Stine. The series covered many different types of scary tales, including ghosts, giant creatures, zombies and haunted houses.

Goosebumps is a series of children’s horror fiction novels by American author R. L. Stine, published by Scholastic Publishing. The stories follow child characters, who find themselves in scary situations, usually involving monsters and other supernatural elements. From 1992 to 1997, sixty-two books were published under the Goosebumps umbrella title.

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29 thoughts on “Growing up in the 90’s/00’s 📺 Favorite Cartoons & Tv-shows

    1. Me too! Just you will have to look them up on the internet, since there aren’t on live tv anymore which is a damn shame. I loved them because they always had a meaning and good message at the end of all episodes

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  1. I loved Clarrisa and Keenan and Kel! I also really loved Sabrina the teenage witch, In fact I regularly re-watch it!

    90’s TV was so good! My step daughters have just started watching things like Hannah Montana, I know its a bit later but it is still good kids TV x x

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    1. Tv nowadays sucks pretty much.. I love when my youngest son watches Pink Pather old version,makes me feek so good. Hey can see the fun of old school cartoons. I never seen Hannah Montana but seen so many other girls that loved watching it. Never too late for anything! 💛


  2. I was definitely a Nickelodeon junkie growing up and would get up early on Saturday mornings for cartoon day. My favorites were Rugrats, Doug, and Hey Arnold. After school I loved the superhero cartoons like Batman, Spiderman, and X-Men, and on Saturday mornings I watched Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters, and Beetlejuice. I always love reminiscing about those days. Great post!

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    1. Hi Laura thank you for sharing.. yass I remember those saturday mornings! So great to read your experience watching cartoons growing up in the 90s. Thank goodness we grew up in those years they were the best ones!


  3. I didn’t grow up in the 90s but my daughter did. And I actually like most of these shows. I still watch Goosebumps on Netflix as a filler, if I’m cleaning or need some background noise. If you go way back you’ll remember Pete & Pete, Ren & Stimpy (which in my opinion is not for kids…LOL), and The Secret World of Alex Mack.

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