They just don’t make Nickelodeon shows like they used to, do they? If you’re dreaming of the ’90s TV shows you used to watch back in the day, we have great news—many of them are available to stream right in your living room. Scroll through our favorites below, and be sure to enjoy them with your own kids!

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1. Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers

Everyone had a favorite—Jason, Kimberly, Zack, Billy, Trini, or Tommy. There have been many versions since, but nothing compares to the OG Rita Repulsa fighting rangers.

Recommended age: 7 & up. 

Available on Netflix.

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2. Doug

This '90s classic had you wearing your underwear outside of your pants just like Doug Funny's superhero alter ego, Quailman. And let's not forget the love of his life, Patty Mayonnaise. 

Recommended age: 7 & up. 

Available on Hulu and Amazon.

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3. Rugrats

These babies may not have been potty-trained, but they could easily pick the lock on a playpen. They're also the reason "Halt, I am Reptar" has been stuck in your head for decades.

Recommended age: 5 & up. 

Available on Hulu and Amazon.

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4. Bill Nye the Science Guy

Bill was always cooking up the coolest experiments in his blue lab coat and was never without a bow tie. His show is fantastically fun way for kids to learn about science. 

Recommended age: 7 & up. 

Available on Netflix.

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5. Hey Arnold!

This kid—accurately nicknamed "football head"—took on your average fourth-grade adventures with his pal Gerald while dodging school bully Helga (who was actually in love with him). 

Available on Hulu and Amazon.

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6. The Magic School Bus

Miss Frizzle was a zany teacher with a beehive hairdo, some seriously odd outfits, and probably should have had her license revoked (underwater driving?), but she commanded the smartest bunch of kids around. 

Recommended age: 5 & up. 

Available on Netflix.

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7. Dinosaurs

"I'm the Baby, Gotta Love Me" was one of the '90s most iconic songs and it all came from this inside look at the prehistoric Sinclair family—including Earl, Fran, Charlene, Robbie, and Baby. 

Recommended age: 10 & up. 

Available on Hulu and ABC.com

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8. Clarissa Explains It All

The '90s style was alive and well in this coming-of-age show featuring sarcastic host Clarissa, her brother Ferguson, and her friend Sam who clearly didn't know how to use the front door (always the window).

Recommended age: 8 & up. 

Available on Amazon. 

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9. The Baby-Sitters Club

There was a book series and a movie, but no one can forget about the TV show with iconic episodes like "Dawn and the Dream Boy," and "Stacey Takes a Stand." 

Recommended age: 7 & up.

Season 1 available on Hulu

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10. Are You Afraid of the Dark?

This show was so eerie, we had to watch it during the day. The members of the Midnight Society somehow snuck out at night, told ghost stories, threw a bucket of water on the fire, and scampered back home.

Recommended age: 10 & up. 

Available on YouTube.

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11. Kenan & Kel

If you watched this '90s show, you know who loved orange soda. Full of silly laughs, it's all about the humor with this one. 

Recommended age: 8 & up. 

Available at Amazon

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12. Boy Meets World

Cory, Topanga, Shawn, Eric, and Morgan too—this '90s classic walked us through our everyday problems with a little bit of humor and a whole lot of Feeny. 

Recommended age: 10 & up. 

Available on Hulu

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13. Sister, Sister

These twin sisters were separated at birth and adopted by separate parents, but after running into each other in a mall, move in together as one big family with dad Ray and mom Lisa.  

Recommended age: 9 & up.

Available on xfinitystream.

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14. Saved by the Bell

You likely had a huge crush on Zack Morris and learned all the Bayside cheers from Kelly and Lisa. Slater was the man of your dreams, Screech made you laugh, and that episode where Jessie was "So Excited" has stuck with you even today. 

Recommended age: 9 & up. 

Available on Hulu

What was your favorite ’90s TV show? Tell us below!

—Kaitlyn Kirby

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