This is solely an opinion article, but if you want me to add your favorite show to my next article, send me a tweet. I am hoping at least a few of you will get to remember memorable moments from an easier life. Here are nine TV Shows you should add to your TV watch list in 2018.


"ALF"- He was an alien from Melmac who crash into a typical American family home. Lucky for him, the Tanner family decided to keep him and welcomed him as part of the family. This show brought a lot of childhood memories to 90s kids and to parents too.

"Full House"- Although it ended over 20 years ago, who can forget the Olsen twins?

This show has so many engaged fans that Netflix ordered a spin-off series in 2016. I do not have Netflix, so I can't watch it, but I hear it is great.

"The Wonder Years"- A classic comedy-drama that involved teenagers trying to survive high school and the themes surrounding adolescence; people could relate to the characters, making it an instant hit.

Seinfeld- Although there were a little narcissistic, Jerry Seinfeld was overall very well-liked, both in the show and in real life. Quotes like "George: I have a bad feeling that whenever a lesbian looks at me they think 'That's why I'm not heterosexual'" makes this show part of pop culture, even in 2018.


"Friends"- Six friends who go through their 20s and 30s living in New York City.

They have breakups, family disputes, job promotions and everything in between. They will also make you laugh at loud every other second with Chandler's jokes and one-liners.

"Everybody Loves Raymond"- Although they had problems with the actors' salaries, this series brought a very fun family to your small screen (at that time).

They needed to survive living with the in-laws next door to them, making every other scene hilarious. It even inspired another series called "Everybody Hates Chris."

"That's '70s show"- Full of drugs and disco, people could really relate to this show, although it has some adult nature, like drinking and recreational drug usage.

"Freaks and Geeks"- Short-lived series in the late 90s with a cast that included Seth Rogen, James Franco, and other cast members who did incredibly well in their adult life. It was a great show that many fans loved, but it was canceled after a few episodes because of a disagreement between the show creators and the network.


"iCarly"- Although this show is relatively new, it is part of the 90s kids' era. They have a show within a show by the same name; fans could send videos to the show's website, making the show very popular. It made the list because the lead role played by Miranda Cosgrove was the highest-paid child actress in the world, and arguably, she is also a 90s kid, similar to her fans.