Throwback Thursday: My Favorite TV Shows from the 90s-early 2000’s

Today’s Throwback Thursday post is going to be about my favorite TV shows! There are a few TV shows from the 90’s – early 2000’s that bring back a lot of memories for me, so I wanted to write about them. I’ll be including links to DVDs (or VHS’) of each show… so if you’re interested in buying them, check out the links!

As always, I just want to let you know that if you buy anything from any of the links in this post, I will make money so that A Kid’s Point of View will continue for a long time 🙂

Every 90’s kid remembers “Boy Meets World”! This show has always been one of my childhood favourites… it’s probably one of the most realistic TV shows out there for kids/teens! I love how every episode has some sort of inspirational message.

I’ve mentioned it before, but That’s So Raven is one of my favorite shows from the early 2000’s! Not only is it a record-breaker for Disney (being the network’s first show to make the 100-episode mark, the only Disney show to have two spinoffs), but it also kickstarted Raven-Symone’s career… and now she’s the director of the recently-released spinoff, Raven’s Home (which– if you’ve read my review about it– is a really cute show!)

So many memories are associated with this TV show! The content is realistic and meaningful, and it was one of the first preteen-oriented shows I watched (when I was about 5). I loved it so much, that the soundtrack was one of the first CDs I bought– along with renting the Volume One box set… I even had a Hilary Duff fashion doll! I still have the “Growing Up Lizzie” DVD, which– although definitely lower-quality than what we’ve come to expect for DVD releases from the Mouse House– is a very good way to relive my childhood memories.

“It doesn’t matter where or when there’s trouble, if ya just call my name… KIM POSSIBLE!

This song is iconic, I’m telling you.

Okay, maybe it’s not as memorable as other TV show theme songs. But I was first introduced to Kim Possible when the “Secret Files” movie was first released (around 2003-2004?) and the promo for it was everywhere! I knew there was a movie, but I had no clue that it was based on a TV show on one of my favorite channels! After discovering that– for a huge part of my elementary school years– I remember watching this show on Family Channel every day after school. The show has such a special place in my heart, that I currently have the “call me beep me” tone as my ringtone! Not kidding.

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