TBT to the 90s; the golden era of TV shows and Cartoons. It was a special time filled with plenty of entertainment, and it's just not the same today. They will long be remembered for the plethora of groundbreaking humor, diversity, good storytelling, and nice fictional worlds.

Nothing like the good old days. These shows embody the 90s childhood experience and offer plenty of nostalgia. Here are the top five shows that kids from the 90s will never forget.

1. 'Rugrats'

This is easily the best all-around show of the 90s with the show revolving around babies trying to solve their own issues.

It was centered around leader Tommy Pickles and his other friends as the cartoon dominated televisions everywhere. Each episode was interesting and had a different adventure. The show was never boring and contained a lot of terrific humor.

And "Rugrats" made it to the big screen with different movies. The iconic cartoon aired from 1990 to 2006.

2. 'Hey Arnold!'

This show is truly underrated, and it taught a lot of life lessons, like never giving up, doing the right thing, and taking care of family and friends. The show centered around protagonist Arnold (or "football head" as he is called by Helga) as he has to figure out solutions to his own problems as well as helping others with theirs.

Arnold was a sympathetic character who is intelligent and lives with his grandparents in a boarding house in a fictional city.

Each character from the cartoon has a distinct personality and each episode had a great balance of humor and contained coming of age moments.

This show, like "Rugrats," made it to the big screen with various movies. This specific cartoon aired from 1996 to 2004.

3. 'The Powerpuff Girls'

This was easily one of the most well-known cartoons of the era as the trio fought crime for the city of Townsville in the name of justice.

It all started with Professor Utonium accidentally adding chemical X to "sugar, spice, and everything nice." This, in turn, yielded the colorful trio with each episode including a new challenge.

The names of the girls were Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, each having their own personality. Everybody knew about this show as it was very popular and took the entertainment industry by storm.

The show ran from 1998 to 2005.

4. 'Ed, Edd n Eddy'

This show was about the three musketeers or goofy teenagers on their quest for sugary jawbreakers. The cartoon centered around a cul-de-sac with many different fun and intriguing characters. The animation was terrific, as was the humor. It was simple, but a very good show as Ed, Edd, and Eddy would get into trouble with women or be humiliated by their peers. The three friends really fit with one another and were a huge hit back in the day.

"Ed, Edd n Eddy," also had several feature films. The show ran from 1999 to 2008.

5. 'Courage the Cowardly Dog'

This was an amazing show that featured Courage, a resilient and lovable dog protecting his owners, but truly only his grandma.

The evil and greedy grandpa always ended up getting hilariously humiliated, tortured or beaten up.

The show originally is on a deserted farm, but it takes place on other worlds as Courage fights menaces and various supernatural creatures. The cartoon included many different enemies and involved different myths and legends.

Courage was ironically a coward, however, who steps up to save his owners and it's sad that the show only ran from 1999 to 2002, but its legacy will always live on.

Honorable mentions

  • "Doug"
  • "CatDog"
  • "Johnny Bravo"
  • "Samurai Jack"
  • "Rocko's Modern Life"
  • "Dexter's Laboratory"
  • "Spider-Man"
  • "Batman: The Animated Series"