Can You Name the '90s TV Show From an Image?

By: Chelsea
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"I'll be there for you, cause you're there for me too!" This quiz will be here for you just like the cast of Friends! When it comes to 1990s TV shows, there's a ton of options that shaped the iconic decade. Can you name the TV show from an image?

The 1990s was a dynamic period in TV. Numerous shows came out that would leave audiences captivated for years to come. In the drama world, fans were tuning into the medical drama ER or the world of crime-fighting with Law & Order. Others were dabbling in the world of science fiction with Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The X-Files.

While these shows were exceptionally popular, it was the '90s sitcom that made this era so iconic. Who could forget the ensemble cast of Friends from 1994 to 2004? If you were to sing "Innnnnn...," the odds are that most people would know you're beginning the theme song to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The decade was also filled with favorites like Full House and Family Matters

The most popular shows of the decade, these sitcoms were filled with characters like Rachel Green, Will Smith, and Steve Urkel. While they might be easy to recognize, can you name all the other '90s TV shows from an image?

Put down that remote and let's start this quiz! Take this quiz Step by Step, and you're sure to come out on top!

"Saved by the Bell" first aired in 1989, and it told the story of the lives of Bayside High School students. Zack is the leader of his friends, and over the series pulls pranks that the principal tries hopelessly to restrict. The fashion and lingo of the show is iconic of '90s school kids!

"Friends" was a total hit while it aired from 1994-2004. It is still a very popular pick for streaming and airing reruns on cable T.V. It features the lives of six close friends. Ross, Rachel, Joey, Monica, Phoebe and Chandler live in Manhattan.

Will lives with his Uncle Will and Aunt Viv in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." According to the theme song, his mom got scared when he got into a fight and sent him to live with his aunt and uncle.

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olson shared the role of Michelle Tanner on this hit TV show. The twins already had their own fashion line when the show ended in its eighth season.

If you like long series, go for the "X Files." This show is one of the longest running in all of science fiction T.V. history; it ran for nine years!

"Seinfeld" could easily be voted the most quotable, entertaining, loved T.V. comedy series of the '90s...or of all time! As Jerry and George said, "It's a show about nothing!"

This was a TV series from 1989-1998 that was a spin-off of "Perfect Strangers." Urkel was originally intended to be in only one episode, but since he was an immediate hit, he was kept on the show.

"Rugrats" aired on Nickelodeon from 1991 to 2004. Kids who felt confused and frustrated by their lives and adult thinking can relate to this cartoon!

Joshua Jackson played Pacey and Katie Holmes played Joey in "Dawson's Creek." Pacey and Joey start off as friends and later become lovers, much to Dawson's dismay.

Who doesn't love to see Tim Allen play Tim Taylor, the not-so-handy T.V. host and dad on this hit family show? Will we ever know what the Taylor's mysterious neighbor, Wilson, looks like?

Is it a coincidence that Sabrina's last name is 'Spellman?' Probably not. She may be a witch, but she doesn't cast evil spells. She was taught to be a good witch from a young age by her crazy aunts.

Martin Lawrence may be a trouble maker, but he sure is funny! This stand-up comedian will make you laugh at some not-so-politically correct jokes in his self-named sitcom!

What high schooler didn't relate to "My So Called Life"? Liberty High School may have been fictional, but the trials Angela went through in this show, and the love drama, seemed just like our lives!

What could be more thrilling than Chicago's County General Hospital? The Emergency Room of that hospital, of course! If you're a sucker for medical drama, try out this '90s show.

Although this drama-mystery show was widely popular when it aired in 1990, it lost its popularity at a rapid rate in season 2. It follows the mystery of a murder in Alaska that is investigated by an FBI agent.

"The Simpsons" tells the story of the stereotypical American family, through a funny looking cartoon family. This show's wit and truths about life make it a popular choice for T.V. binging!

"Frasier" is a classic American sitcom that is situated in Seattle, Washington. Why Seattle? The writers wanted the show to be far away from Boston!

Jim Jinkins created this Nickelodeon show about a boy named Doug. Did you know that Doug writes stories about being a superhero, his ultra-persona, Quailman?

They aren't just sisters, they're identical twins. Tamera and Tia Mowery were separated at birth, but then find each other later in life. Think of all the tricks they can do with their secret twin powers.

Who knew that being down in the dumps could land you a job that a whole T.V. show can be created around? Fran finds herself a nannying job after being fired from her sales job and dumped by her boyfriend. When a door shuts, a window opens!

Pour yourself a drink and 'cheers' to this comedy! It's even set in a bar. One of the main characters of the show, Sam, runs the bar in Boston.

This is a great show for married couples who need some help keeping the love alive. Paul and Jamie Buchman are a married couple who fight and love their way into making their relationship great. And who isn't mad about their dog, Murray?

Sarah Jessica Parker plays Carrie Bradshaw on this ever-popular show. What makes this show so appealing? It could be the name, the drama, or the desire to indulge!

Like the name Butthead suggests, these two teenage boys come up with stupid schemes all the time. This show aired from 1993 until '97, then made a comeback in 2011.

Nickelodeon made yet another hit cartoon that overtook '90s kids shows. Arnold may have an un-humanly shaped head, but most kids could relate to his everyday life of trying to help himself and friends out of elementary school problems.

This show called to those kids in high school who just didn't fit in. Don't worry, you may be a geek in high school, but your genius mind will take you to success in the life after senior year!

For those of us who dreamed of becoming pilots, "Wings" gave you a place to live out your dreams! Or at least to watch them out. This show is about two brothers who are commuter pilots.

This show went on for four years in the mid to late '90s. It starred Kevin Sorbo as the half-human and half-Greek god, Hercules, and Lucy Lawless and Xena.

Fred Savage plays Kevin in "The Wonder Years." Kevin works at a Chinese take-out restaurant and dates Winnie, played by Danica McKellar in the TV series.

If you had sisters and grew up in the '90s, "Charmed" was for you! This show features sisters who are good witches.

Not only is the show set in New York, it's also filmed there. This primetime show enthralls those who love to question the bad guys, and debate good versus evil, in court style.

Have you ever wondered what life would be like in the future? Watch "Firefly" to get some ideas! This show is set 500 years in the future, and includes a civil war between the entire world!

Do you remember Amanda Bynes from Nickelodeon's "The Amanda Show"? Before having her own show, she rose to fame on "All That." This was a kids' version of S.N.L., and aired for ten seasons.

Do you know who was the first, original S.N.L. host? George Carlin! This show began in 1975 and became increasingly popular in the '90s.

This feel-good PBS children's cartoon featured an ardvark named Arthur, his little sister D.W., their parents, and his friends. Buster the bunny, Francine the monkey and Mr. Ratburn the rat are a few of Arthur's friends.

Cordell Walker isn't exactly a cowboy, but he is a Texas Ranger and a martial artist! CBS aired the first episode of this show in 1993, and its finale was in 2001.

Roseanne Barr plays Roseanne in this comedy TV show. Barr was born in Salt Lake City. In addition to being an actress and comedian, she is also a writer and television producer.

Do you know which colors belong to Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup? This kid's cartoon series empowered, enthralled and excited girls of the '90s, with the action-packed girl-power fights and cuteness.

"Step by Step" shows the ups and downs of the everyday life of a blended family. Frank Lambert and Carol Foster get married after already having had previous families, and learn how to manage their love life and kids from different parents!

This show started in the late '90s and the last episode aired in 2003. A lucky few school-goers during this time got to have the show filmed at their school! In addition to school houses, Buffy was also filmed at warehouses.

Do you remember Judge Trudy, Moody's Point, and Totally Kyle? These were just a few of the hilarious skits in this live sketch comedy, starring Amanda Bynes. Did you know she was only 13 years old when she started this Nickelodeon show?

This sketch comedy show was truly an icon of the '90s, as it ran from 1990-1994. Did you know Jim Carrey co-wrote this show?

This was a popular show in the early- to mid- '90s, maybe because it was relatable for so many of us! One of the main characters, Al Bundy, is the father of the family and is down-hearted by his life, possibly because he sells women's shoes!

This puppet sitcom is about a dinosaur family that lives like humans. There's a funny twist on this show; humans are viewed as wild animals and the dinosaur family acts like civilized humans!

This children's cartoon airs on Cartoon Network, and began in 1996. Dexter is a super-smart boy scientist who can save the world...we hope!

"Melrose Place" is the name of the apartment complex in Los Angeles that this sitcom is based on. Indulge in the drama and back-stabbing between friends and lovers!

This Star Trek series is also abbreviated as simply "DS9." Where does the name come from? It's the name of Captain Sisko's space station!

Did you know that Drew Carey served as a U.S. Marine before becoming a comedian? Besides having his own show, Drew Carey can be seen as the host on "Whose Line is it Anyway?" and "The Price is Right."

This action-packed, drama series is based on the New York Police Department. The series aired for twelve years, from 1993 until 2005.

This show is, of course, about a coach. Hayden Fox is the main character, and he is a college football coach in Minnesota. This show aired from 1989 until 1997.

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