The 1990s may not have the moniker “the Golden Age of Television,” but plenty of high-quality shows were still on the air during the 1990s. Keep reading to see the funniest TV shows you should consider binge-watching on your favorite streaming service.
The top-rated television show of the 90s, Cheers ran for 11 seasons and inspired several spin-off shows, including Frazier and Wings. Stars of the show included Ted Danson, Rhea Perlman, Kelsey Grammer, Woody Harrelson, and Kirstie Alley.
The famous “show about nothing” debuted in 1989 and stayed on the air until 1998. It combined filmed standup of comedian Jerry Seinfeld and scripted scenes detailing the misadventures of Seinfeld and his misanthropic friends.
The Nanny featured the adventures of the stylish and unrefined character Fran Fine, portrayed by Fran Drescher, who falls in love with her employer, the posh Maxwell Sheffield, played by Charles Shaughnessy.
This show may have barely made it into the 90s, running from 1985 to 1992, but it’s well-loved for its comedy and heart. It features the daily lives of four previously married women with very different personalities and their adventures in Miami.