5 90s TV series that if you haven’t seen you should catch up

The 5 90s series that you shouldn’t miss. Do you agree?

Seinfeld: Winner of 10 Emmy Awards and 3 Golden Globes, is the series that paved the way for modern sitcoms, Seinfeld follows the misadventures of four friends who live in New York: Jerry Seinfeld, George Costanza, Elaine Benes and Cosmo Kramer. The show focuses on their personal lives, as they navigate a world filled with everyday situations and characters that often get them into trouble. Jerry Seinfeld’s stand up comedy serves as a humorous backdrop to the show’s otherwise serious themes.

Twin Peaks is a mystery-thriller series that follows the sudden and mysterious death of prom queen Laura Palmer in a small town in Washington State. Special Agent Dale Cooper is sent to investigate, uncovering secrets that lead him to an investigation involving the supernatural. Along the way, he encounters eccentric characters and supernatural forces that become an integral part of the show’s storyline. It is the series of the undisputed genius of great cinema, David Lynch, a director who has been able to involve entire generations with his films. Twin Peaks was broadcast for the first time by ABC on April 8, 1990. The series remained a cult throughout the decade. It arrived in Italy in 1991 and following its great success there was a film and a remake dedicated to the mysterious death of Laura Palmer.

Friends follows six friends who live in New York: Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross. The show explores their relationships with each other and the other characters they meet along the way, as they navigate life in the big city. It’s a comedy about friendship, love and all other aspects of life. Who hasn’t seen an episode of Friends at least once? How can we forget that house and the merry gang gathered on that sofa.

X-Files is a science fiction series that follows FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully as they investigate unsolved cases involving paranormal activity. In each episode they are presented with new evidence and strange events, leading them to uncover conspiracies that threaten national security. The series has been lauded for its complex storytelling, believable characters, and its ability to blend horror with science fiction. Another cult series of those years that you can find on streaming platforms.

oz is a prison drama set in the fictional Oswald State Penitentiary. It follows the story of a group of inmates trying to survive and cope with life in prison by battling oppressive guards and the system itself. In particular, the vicissitudes of the fifth wing, a group of inmates locked up in transparent cells with Plexiglas glass and a large atrium where most of the inmates spend their time. A social experiment if you will in a mysterious city, there is no shortage of violence and the difficulties of prison life.

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5 90s TV series that if you haven’t seen you should catch up