‘Girl Meets World’ follows Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and her friends as they navigate life as teens in Philly. Obviously, we love it because…
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…It’s the sequel to ‘Boy Meets World’! This is the story of Riley’s parents, Cory and Topanga (Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel) and how they fell in love. It’s also about friendship and family, and was hilarious. (REX/Shutterstock)
Everything’s having a comeback right now, and ‘Full House’ might be the ringleader. The classic 90s sitcom followed a dad (Bob Saget) as he raised his three young daughters with the help of his best friend and brother-in-law. It was heartfelt and funny, and we were obsessed with Michelle Tanner (Mary-Kate & Ashley, duh). ‘Fuller House’ is pretty good, too. (Courtesy of CBS)
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‘Steven Universe’ is a cartoon that premiered when we were fully adults, but obsess over nevertheless. The show follows Steven and the Crystal Gems, beings with special powers. It’s such a funny show that still moves us to tears. Steven’s mom was a Crystal, too, and the Gems love Steven so much!
The OG Blake Lively! ‘Gossip Girl’ was salacious and fun. It was so scandalous that there were warnings in front of the episodes! There’s nothing like living through rich kids and their problems.
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‘Hey Arnold!’ is coming back with a new movie soon, and the news made our frozen little hearts melt. The show is essentially about learning to respect and understand people and what makes them different. Each kid has their own problem, but Arnold is friends with them all. (Courtesy of Nickelodeon)
Seth and Summer forever! ‘The OC’ was about teens in an affluent SoCal suburb, and the kid from a bad neighborhood (Ben Mackenzie) who joins their world. Let’s be honest; though — we watched every week because Adam Brody was so cute.
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‘Spongebob Sqaurepants’ is one of those shows you stop and immediately start watching when you’re flipping channels. Ask anyone you know; they can start spouting off quotes left and right. BTW, we’re still waiting to figure out what the Krabby Patty secret ingredient is.
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‘Degrassi’ is the beautiful program that introduced Drake to the world. Unlike a lot of teen shows, this one dealt with some heavy (and relatable) issues. There is A LOT of drama in Canada. Never forget when Drake’s character, Jimmy, was shot and wound up in a wheelchair.
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There was ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ movie years ago, but it never captured the essence of the beloved book series. The new Netflix show is a grand slam, though. Each episode is set up so smartly and tackles one book at a time. The evil Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) is hilarious, and Patrick Warburton plays a spot-on Lemony Snicket.
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What can we say about ‘One Tree Hill’ except that it’s bonkers insane. Seriously’ a service dog ate Dan’s transplant heart. And a psycho nanny tried to kill Nathan and Haley. Actually, there were like, 8 stalker storylines. Who cares?
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BILL! BILL! BILL! BILL! BILL! ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’