“Twin Peaks” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1990 and was voted as one of the best that year. It follows FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper as he investigates the mysterious death of Laura Palmer in a small town called Twin Peaks. As he delves deeper into the case, he uncovers a web of secrets that takes him on a journey through the surrounding woodland and even challenges his own soul. Starring Kyle MacLachlan, this intriguing series will keep you hooked from start to finish.
House of Cards
“House of Cards” is a gripping political drama that aired in 1990. Set in a time of frustration with the Conservative government, the show follows Francis Urquhart, a chief whip who hatches a meticulous plan to bring down the Prime Minister and take his place. With a stellar cast led by Ian Richardson, this series will keep you on the edge of your seat as it delves into the world of power, manipulation, and ambition.
Jeeves and Wooster
“Jeeves and Wooster” is a hilarious British comedy-drama series that aired from 1990 to 1993. Starring Hugh Laurie as the charming but clueless Bertie Wooster and Stephen Fry as his brilliant valet, Jeeves, the show follows their misadventures in the 1930s. With a perfect blend of wit, humor, and a touch of aristocratic charm, this series is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh and a glimpse into the world of the idle rich.
“Northern Exposure” is a captivating TV show that aired in 1990 and was voted as one of the best that year. It follows the story of a talented medical school graduate who is forced to establish his practice in a quirky Alaskan town after receiving a state scholarship. With a talented cast including Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, and Barry Corbin, this show promises to take you on a delightful journey through the eccentricities of small-town life in Alaska.
One Foot In the Grave
“One Foot in the Grave” is a hilarious BBC sitcom that aired in 1990. It follows the misadventures of Victor Meldrew, played by Richard Wilson, and his patient wife Margaret, portrayed by Annette Crosbie. Set in an unnamed English suburb, the show revolves around Victor’s comical struggles and mishaps after he takes early retirement. With a touch of black humor and surrealism, this series is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh.”
Round the Twist
“Round the Twist” is a beloved Australian children’s TV show that aired in 1990. Set in a lighthouse, it follows the adventures of three kids and their dad as they stumble upon magical and bizarre situations. With a talented cast including Andrew S. Gilbert, Rian McLean, Ebonnie Masini, Mathew Waters, Brook Sykes, Esben Storm, and Tom Budge, this Logie Award-winning series is sure to captivate young viewers with its enchanting tales.”
Law & Order
“Law & Order” is a gripping TV show that takes inspiration from real-life headlines. Set in New York, it follows a team of dedicated police officers and district attorneys as they investigate and solve serious crimes. With a talented cast including Jeffrey Donovan, Camryn Manheim, Sam Waterston, Hugh Dancy, Odelya Halevi, and Mehcad Brooks, this show has been captivating audiences since its release in 1990.
The Crystal Maze
Release Date: 1990-02-15
“The Crystal Maze” is a thrilling British game show that aired from 1990 to 1995. Set in a unique maze with four different zones representing different time periods and spaces, the show follows a team of six contestants as they face a series of challenges to win “time crystals”. These crystals grant the team precious seconds inside the captivating Crystal Dome, where they take on their ultimate challenge. With Edward Tudor-Pole as the host, this show promises excitement and suspense for all viewers.
Keeping Up Appearances
“Keeping Up Appearances” is a hilarious TV show that aired in 1990 and quickly became a fan favorite. It revolves around the life of Hyacinth Bucket, a suburban housewife who is determined to maintain her image as a high society member. With a stellar cast including Patricia Routledge, Clive Swift, and Judy Cornwell, the show brilliantly captures the comedic chaos that ensues when Hyacinth’s eccentric family and neighbors clash with her obsession for perfection. Get ready for a laugh-out-loud experience as Hyacinth’s attempts to keep up appearances often lead to hilarious mishaps and awkward situations.
In Living Color
“In Living Color” is a hilarious sketch comedy TV show that aired from April 15, 1990, to May 19, 1994. Created by the talented Wayans brothers, Keenen and Damon, the show features a diverse cast, with most of the members being black, which was a refreshing change from other sketch comedy shows at the time. It also introduced us to some incredible talents like Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, and David Alan Grier, who brought their comedic genius to the screen. With its witty sketches and memorable characters, “In Living Color” won the Emmy for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series in 1990.
Beverly Hills, 90210
“Beverly Hills, 90210” is a captivating TV show that takes us into the glamorous world of Beverly Hills, California. It follows a group of teenagers as they navigate the ups and downs of high school at West Beverly Hills High and later, their journey into California University. With a star-studded cast including Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering, Luke Perry, and Tori Spelling, this show offers a glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous, filled with drama, romance, and plenty of teenage angst. Premiering in 1990, it quickly became one of the best-voted TV shows of the year.
“The Flash” is a thrilling TV show that premiered on September 20, 1990. It follows the story of Barry Allen, a chemist who gains incredible speed after being struck by lightning in a police crime lab. With an amazing cast including John Wesley Shipp, Amanda Pays, Alex Désert, Vito D’Ambrosio, and Mike Genovese, this show is a must-watch for fans of action-packed superhero stories.
The Phantom of the Opera
“The Phantom of the Opera” is a captivating two-part drama miniseries that aired on NBC in 1990. Starring Ian Richardson, Charles Dance, Burt Lancaster, and more talented actors, this adaptation of Arthur Kopit’s book brings to life the haunting tale loosely based on Gaston Leroux’s novel. With its release date on March 18, 1990, this TV show is definitely one of the best voted shows of that year!
Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
“Parker Lewis Can’t Lose” is a hilarious TV show from 1990 that follows the adventures of a cool high school kid and his friends. Together, they have no trouble outsmarting authority figures and other enemies. With a talented cast including Corin Nemec, Billy Jayne, and Melanie Chartoff, this show is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh.
Have I Got News for You
“Have I Got News for You” is a hilarious and irreverent political quiz show that aired in 1990. Hosted by Ian Hislop, this show takes a humorous approach to current news stories, sparing no party, personality, or action from its witty commentary. It’s a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh while staying up-to-date with the latest headlines.
“Zorro” is an American action-adventure drama series that aired from 1990 to 1993. Starring Duncan Regehr as the fearless Latino hero, the show follows the adventures of Zorro as he fights for justice and defends the oppressed. With 88 episodes produced, this version of Zorro offers even more excitement than the original Disney series from the 1950s.
“It” is a thrilling TV show that aired in 1990 and was voted as one of the best that year. It follows a group of outcast kids, known as “The Losers’ Club,” who battle an evil demon disguised as a child-killing clown. After thirty years, they reunite to put an end to the demon’s reign of terror in their hometown. With a talented cast including Harry Anderson, Dennis Christopher, and Tim Curry as the terrifying clown, this show is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.”
“Dream On” is a delightful TV show that aired in 1990. It revolves around the life of Martin Tupper, a divorced book editor living in New York City. What makes this show unique is how it cleverly incorporates clips from old black and white TV series to highlight Tupper’s emotions and thoughts. With a talented cast including Brian Benben, Wendie Malick, Chris Demetral, Dorien Wilson, and Denny Dillon, “Dream On” is definitely worth checking out if you’re in the mood for a charming and nostalgic comedy.
Drop the Dead Donkey
“Drop the Dead Donkey” is a hilarious British sitcom that aired from 1990 to 1998. Set in the offices of a fictional TV news company called “GlobeLink News,” the show follows the ongoing battle between the staff led by editor George Dent and media mogul Sir Roysten Merchant’s right-hand man Gus Hedges. With its witty writing and talented ensemble cast, including Neil Pearson, Haydn Gwynne, and Stephen Tompkinson, this show cleverly incorporates real news events to create a sense of realism. It even won several awards, including the Best Comedy Award at the 1994 BAFTA Awards.
“Wings” is a hilarious TV show that premiered in 1990 and revolves around two brothers, Brian and Joe Hackett, who try to manage an airline on the picturesque Nantucket island. With a cast of talented actors including Tim Daly, Steven Weber, and Crystal Bernard, the show follows the brothers’ comical adventures alongside their quirky friends and employees. Get ready for laughter and wackiness as you join the Hackett brothers on their island escapades!
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