Where to binge watch your favourite nineties TV shows
Cancel all your plans. Here's where you can stream every episode EVER of all your favourites from Frasier to Seinfeld.
May 26, 2017 12:56pm
By TV Week team
Obsessed with Seinfeld? Have a hankering to relive the drama of All Saints? Just want to hear the theme song to The Fresh Prince of Bel Air? Make yourself comfy and settle in for a big day of binge watching. Here’s where you can stream all your favourite ’90s sitcoms…
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The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air S1-6
(Comedy, PG, 148 episodes)
How best to describe The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air? Well, this is a story all about how my life got flipped, turned upside down… don’t pretend you don’t know the words!
Apart from being a launching pad for a young Will Smith, The Fresh Prince had the all-time greatest TV theme song. Will Smith plays Will Smith – a young man from West Philadelphia (“born and raised”) who moves in with his aunt and uncle in the bourgeois suburb of Bel-Air. The bromance between Will and his cousin Carlton (Alfonso Ribeiro) is the highlight of the show. Yo Holmes, Smell Ya Later!
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ALL SAINTS S1-12
(Drama, M, 493 episodes)
All Saints is an Aussie classic. Creator Bevan Lee’s track record is impressive – Packed To The Rafters, City Homicide and A Place To Call Home are all his. Bevan can craft characters that audiences identify with. All Saints fave Georgie Parker won two Gold Logies for her role as nurse Terri.
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(Comedy, PG, 180 episodes)
When Seinfeld debuted in 1989, NBC thought it would be a one-season wonder. But even now, Jerry Seinfeld’s (above right) hilarious “show about nothing” has something for everyone.
Lines like “Yada yada”, “No soup for you” and “These pretzels are making me thirsty!” are part of our everyday speech.
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(Comedy, M, 287 episodes)
Few sitcoms stand the test of time like Frasier. Kelsey Grammer is superb as eccentric shrink Dr Frasier Crane, whose radio talk show is often an outlet for his own problems. Meanwhile, David Hyde Pierce is perfect as Frasier’s pretentious yet hapless brother, Niles, whose long list of phobias creates great humour.
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Full House S1-8
(Sitcom, PG, 192 episodes)
After his wife dies, Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) enlists the help of his brother-in-law, Jesse (John Stamos), and comedian pal, Joey (Dave Coulier), to help raise his three young daughters.
While there’s plenty of cheesy jokes and cutesy moments, the show also tackles serious topics. And with sequel Fuller House now streaming, there’s no better time to relive a piece of ’90s gold.
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The Vicar Of Dibley S3
(Comedy, M, 4 episodes)
She’s not your average vicar, but she knows how to show the folk of Dibley a good time! In this popular British comedy, Dawn French plays Geraldine Granger, whose methods have a conservative village in a spin. This season, the chocolate-obsessed cleric finds herself involved in an overly realistic nativity play, a failed proposal and a protest at the church.