The favorite TV shows of '90s kids

Sure, the animation may have looked a little odd from time to time – it was the in-house style of Klasky Csupo – but “Rugrats” was a staple of the ‘90s.


Some shows are about special people, and some are about your average, run-of-the-mill everyman. Or, in this case, an everyboy. 


If you ever wished your suburban life was just a little odder, “The Adventures of Pete & Pete” was perfect for you.

“The Adventures of Pete & Pete”

Who didn’t want to have a life as cool as Clarissa’s? She had dope outfits, could create her own video games, and even owned a baby alligator for one season.

“Clarissa Explains It All”

While he had a football-shaped head, Arnold was about as nice as a kid could be. Spending time with him and his friends was usually a charming way to spend half an hour.

“Hey Arnold!”

If you wanted a science fiction show as a kid, "The Secret World of Alex Mack" was as good a choice as any. After all, it was directly designed for children.

"The Secret World of Alex Mack"

Adults had “Saturday Night Live.” Kids in the ‘90s had “All That.” The sketch show for kids birthed some future Nick stars, including Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell

“All That”