Nostalgia is one of the best feelings that people like to get. We just can't imagine the internet without being nostalgic every once in a while. Memes filled with memories of the past tend to blast people with all the good thoughts of the tension-free time that we used to have as kids. Our after-school obsessions and waking up early on Saturdays with a bowl of cereal in one hand and the TV remote in the other hand to watch our favorite show was one of the soundest feelings that we will never forget.

That's why I wanted to revisit all those memories by mentioning the best Shows of our childhood and take you to the past as well.

1. Rugrats

This brightly colored cartoon featuring Tommy Pickles and his friends dominated Nickelodeon for nearly a decade along with three movies and two TV spinoffs. Even after watching an episode for a couple of times, it was still fun to watch it, again and again, and you'd still be not bored of watching it.

The first episode of the show aired almost 27 years ago and with nine seasons, 172 episodes, and three episodes under its belt, it still brings a smile whenever the iconic sequence of the show is played.

2. Dexter's Laboratory

Every child wanted to be a genius with a secret hideout in his/her room. Maybe that is why we were so closely attached to "Dexter's Laboratory" as it gave us the sense of freedom for being the super smart scientist that can get out of any sticky situation using their brains.

"Dexter's Laboratory" had rich animation and easy to grasp humor. The show mainly focused the life of Dexter, the boy genius, working on his inventions until Dee Dee, his sister, came into his lab and destroyed everything.

The shows first aired in 1996 and have 78 episodes and four seasons.

3. The Powerpuff Girls

This crimefighting trio was made by Professor Utonium when he accidentally added Chemical X to "sugar, spice, and everything nice." Simply put, "Powerpuff Girls" was the first superhero show that every kid of 90s watched.

The story of "Powerpuff Girls" revolves around Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup who fight the evils of Townsville and save the day.

The show ran from 1998 to 2005 and was rebooted in 2016. Both of the shows are almost identical except the character design has been refined a bit.

There was also an anime series of this show called "Powerpuff Girls Z."

4. Ed, Edd n Eddy

These goofy friends never ceased to amaze us with their foolish acts and silly humor.

"Ed, Edd n Eddy's" animation wasn't as good as the other shows at that time, but this animation was what made it unique. Living in a suburban cul-de-sac, the trio frequently invented schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favorite confectionery, jawbreakers.

5. Samurai Jack

Following the story of a samurai who was sent through time to a dystopian future ruled by a shape-shifting demon named Aku, "Samurai Jack" was hand down one of best shows of its time.

This show was full of suspense, action, emotional complexity, and visual splendor.

"Samurai Jack" originally had four seasons but was brought back for the fifth and final season in 2017.