93% of People Can't Identify These '90s TV Shows From Just One Image. Can You?

By: Bambi Turner
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The '90s was the decade that brought us classic series like "Friends," "Seinfeld," "Twin Peaks" and "The X-Files." Take our quiz to see if you can identify these and other '90s classics from a single image.

Ben Savage starred as Cory Matthews in "Boy Meets World" from 1993 to 2000. As the seasons progressed, Cory got serious with girlfriend Topanga, hung out with buddy Shawn, and spent plenty of time annoying Mr. Feeny.

"The X-Files" paired David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as FBI agents tasked with investigating crimes that were out-of-this-world. The series ran from 1993 to 2002 and was so beloved by fans that Fox announced a reboot in 2017.

I don't think we're in Minnesota anymore.... In "Beverly Hills 90210," twins Brandon and Brenda Walsh experience major culture shock when they move from Minneapolis to Beverly Hills. The show premiered in 1990 and made teen heartthrobs out of stars Jason Priestly and Luke Perry.

The 1996 series, "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," was inspired by the classic Archie comic books. Melissa Joan Hart starred as a teen finding her way in the world of magic with the help of her aunts, Hilda and Zelda -- and a talking cat named Salem.

"Frasier" was a "Cheers" spin-off that ran for 11 seasons from 1993 to 2004. It starred Kelsey Grammer as psychiatrist Frasier Crane, who moved from Boston to Seattle to live with his father, Martin. Frasier's brother Niles and Martin's dog, Eddie, often stole the show.

"My So-Called Life" just might have been the most angst-filled series of the '90s. Though it was cancelled after just one season, it served as a launching pad for star Claire Danes, and is frequently listed among TV shows that were cancelled too soon.

Martin Lawrence played DJ Martin Payne on "Martin" for five seasons from 1992 to 1997. Tisha Campbell-Martin played his girlfriend, and later wife. In real-life, the actress so hated Lawrence that she refused to interact with him at all in the final season of the show, making for some awkward storylines.

Medical drama "ER" was set at the fictional County General Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. The series ran for 15 seasons from 1994 to 2009, and initially starred George Clooney as Dr. Ross, with Noah Wyle as John Carter.

For a show about nothing, "Seinfeld" managed to top the ratings for nine seasons in the '90s. Based loosely on Jerry Seinfeld's career as a comedian, the series featured Jerry and his friends Elaine, George and Kramer.

From 1987 to 1995, fans tuned in to watch Danny, Jesse and Joey care for D.J., Stephanie and Michelle. The series was so beloved by fans that it got a Netflix reboot in 2016.

Joss Whedon's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" kept fans engaged from 1997 to 2003. The series starred Sarah Michelle Gellar as a Slayer named Buffy, who kept bad guys at bay with the help of her Watcher -- and friends Willow and Xander.

"Saved by the Bell" ran from 1989 to 1993, keeping teens tuned in to watch the latest escapades of the gang from Bayside High. Sack, Kelly, Slater, Jessie, Lisa and Screech kept Mr. Belding on his toes in between trips to the Max.

"Family Matters" was created as a spin-off of "Perfect Strangers," featuring characters Carl and Harriette Winslow. When their neighbor, Steve Urkel, became a big hit with viewers, however, the Winslows were pushed to the background and Steve became the star of the show.

Remember back in the day when "The Simpsons" was just starting out, and the writers were bursting with great ideas for storylines? The second season of the series hit the air in 1990, and featured such classic concepts as a three-eyed fish, Marge waging war against cartoon violence, and Bart taking on a daredevil role by jumping over Springfield Gorge on his skateboard.

The '90s had no shortage of shows that were cancelled prematurely, only to become cult favorites on DVD. "Freaks and Geeks" aired for just a single season in 1999, but this series about the outcasts of William McKinley High School still has plenty of fans.

Fran Drescher brought big hair and an even bigger laughs to '90s series, "The Nanny." As Fran Fine, she took care of the Sheffield kids before eventually falling for their widowed father.

In a nod to "The Parent Trap," Tia and Tamara Mowry played twins separated at birth on "Sister, Sister." The series ran for six seasons from 1994 to 1999, and outlined the tale of how the two sisters reunited as teens.

Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name. "Cheers" may have started in the '80s, but it was still going strong at the dawn of the '90s before being cancelled in 1993. The series focused on bartender Sam Malone -- played by Ted Danson -- and the crew of regulars at his Boston bar.

"Beavis and Butthead" was one of the crudest shows of the '90s. The animated Mike Judge series aired on MTV, and featured a pair of rude teens from Highland High in Texas.

"Friends" premiered in 1994 and lasted for a whopping 10 seasons. Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, and Chandler were there were for each other through break-ups, weddings and every other adventure producers could dream up.

Blossom Russo weathered life with her musician dad, Nick, and two older brothers -- one played by Joey Lawrence -- on the '90s sitcom, "Blossom." The series starred a young Mayim Bialik and aired for six seasons between 1990 and 1995.

The David E. Kelley drama, "Ally McBeal," ran from 1997 to 2002. It had all the usual excitement of any legal series, with the added twist of a love triangle between Ally, former boyfriend Billy, and his wife, Georgia.

"Twin Peaks" aired for just two seasons between 1990 and 1991. More than 25 years after the David Lynch classic went off the air, fans got a second look at the mysterious town thanks to a 2017 reboot.

Paul Reiser and Helen Hunt starred as NYC couple Paul and Jamie on the '90s series "Mad About You." The couple met thanks to their dog, Murray, and the series ended with the pair having a daughter they dubbed Mabel.

Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda discussed love, life and men in the Big Apple in the '90s favorite, "Sex and the City." The series ran from 1998 to 2004 on HBO, and was inspired by a Candace Bushnell book.

"Dawson's Creek" fit right in among all the angst-filled teen dramas of the '90s. The series ran from 1998 to 2003, and focused on the love triangle between Dawson, Pacey and Joey -- which got more complicated with the arrival of bad girl Jen.

On the '90s series, "Wings," the Hackett brothers run a one-runway airport on the island of Nantucket. With so little traffic, it's pretty impressive that the show managed to keep audiences engaged for eight seasons from 1990 to 1997.

Kevin Sorbo played Hercules for six seasons between 1995 and 1999 on "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys." Michael Hurst co-starred as Iolaus

"Babylon 5" focused on the crew of a space station between the years 2258 and 2262. The '90s series was particularly interesting because it focused on the fact that the first four stations - Babylon 1 through 4 -- had either been destroyed or disappeared altogether before Babylon 5 was established.

"Party of Five" aired from 1994 to 2000. The series focused on five siblings who joined forces to survive after their parents were killed by a drunk driver. It made a star out of many of its young actors, particularly Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Narrated by Daniel Stern, "The Wonder Years" focused on an average teen named Kevin Arnold as he grew up in the '60s. The series starred Fred Savage as Kevin, and Danica McKellar as Winnie Cooper, the girl next door.

Aaron Spelling launched his series, "Charmed," in 1998. It told the story of three magical sisters named Prue, Piper and Phoebe who kept the world safe with their "Power of Three."

Where would you live if you were an alien trying to survive on planet Earth? If you answered an attic apartment in Ohio, then you know your "3rd Rock." The series premiered in 1996 and featured a quartet of alien researchers who answered to a Big Giant Head.

"Will and Grace" starred Eric McCormack as WIll Truman and Debra Messing as his friend and roommate, Grace. The show ran from 1998 to 2006, and also starred Megan Mullally as Grace's assistant Karen. It got a reboot in 2017.

"Step by Step" was a '90s version of "The Brady Bunch." It featured two single parents with three kids each who tied the knot to form a blended family. It was part of the Friday night TGIF lineup, and aired from 1991 to 1997.

"Walker, Texas Ranger" was the most intense and powerful show of all time thanks to its star, Chuck Norris, who needs no introduction. The series ran from 1993 to 2001. Norris played a former marine-turned-lawman named Sgt. Cordell Walker, who kept the state safe with the help of his partner, Trivette.

"NYPD Blue" was originally a vehicle for David Caruso, but fans loved Dennis Franz as Andy Sipowicz so much that he gradually became the major draw. The gritty crime series aired from 1993 to 2005.

"Coach" featured Craig T. Nelson as Minnesota State University football coach Hayden Fox. The series, which ran from 1989 to 1997, found Fox working to balance his work with caring for his daughter, Kelly, as she navigated the school as a student.

"Star Trek" has been entertaining TV fans since '60s, and the '90s brought all-new excitement with the premiere of "Voyager." Set in the year 2371, it focused on a crew stranded 75 years away from home. Kate Mulgrew played Captain Kathryn Janeway.

Dysfunctional families made for funny TV in any decade, and "Roseanne" was no exception. The series ran from 1988 to 1997, and told the story of the Conner family and their many misadventures. A reboot was announced in 2017.

Does everyone know what time it is? Tool Time! "Home Improvement" starred Tim Allen as Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor. He not only starred in his own home improvement series with his partner, Al, but also raised three boys at home with his sassy wife, Jill.

"The Drew Carey Show" ran from 1995 to 2004, and starred comedian Drew Carey as an office worker for Winfred Louder in Cleveland, Ohio. He spent his work days fighting with the makeup-loving Mimi, and his days off hanging with friends Lewis, Oswald and Kate.

Michael J. Fox starred as Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty on "Spin City." The series ran from 1996 to 2002, and later featured Charlie Sheen, who came in to replace Fox when he retired from the show.

If he wasn't so pathetic, you could almost feel sorry for Al Bundy. On "Married...with Children," Al was a simple shoe salesman with a wife who hated him and a pair of kids who caused him nothing but grief. The series aired from 1987 to 1997.

In West Philadelphia, born and raised....Will Smith was a rap star when he got his own show, "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," in 1990. The show featured Smith as a young man from a rough neighborhood who is sent to live with wealthy relatives in sunny California.

"Voyager" wasn't the only Star Trek series of the '90s. On "Deep Space Nine," Captain Benjamin Sisko led a crew aboard a space station rather than a spaceship. The series aired from 1993 to 1999.

Keri Russell starred in the '90s series, "Felicity," as a girl who follows her crush across the country to NYU. She becomes involved in a love triangle and ends up with a Wiccan roommate named Meghan.

Candace Bergen starred as the title character on "Murphy Brown" from 1988 to 1998. Brown was the tough female anchor of the news show "FYI." Her character had a history of alcoholism and had just left the Betty Ford Center before the series premiered.

Welcome to the hottest apartment complex in West Hollywood. On "Melrose Place," Heather Locklear starred as Amanda Woodward, who bought a chic apartment building and learned to live with a crazy cast of characters.

"Law and Order" aired for a whopping 20 seasons between 1990 and 2010. It was so popular, it spawned four spin-offs, and gave viewers a realistic view of police work and prosecution.

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