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11 Shows We Wouldn't Dare Miss When We Were Growing Up In The 90s

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If there was one thing that was important to us when we were young, it was keeping up with our favorite TV shows. We couldn't really record anything, so if we wanted to know what was happening we had to commit the full 30-60 minutes to keep up with our favorite teens.

NBC

There were SO many shows to follow, but there were a few that we absolutely could not miss. Especially when it came to the live-action shows. While we obviously still watched a good number of cartoons, a lot of us wanted to pretend we were more mature than we were by watching all these teen-centric shows. Were any of these on your weekly must-watch list?

Breaker High

YTV/UPN

Student Bodies

YTV/Fox

Beverly Hills: 90210

Fox

Saved by the Bell

NBC

Clueless

ABC

Are these ringing any bells yet?

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