Tv dating shows in the 90s
Dating tv shows are nothing new, but they're nearly always entertaining.
Some of the most squirm-worthy moments in dating awkwardness are often seen on reality shows. Not usually, but that sure doesn't mean we won't watch them try and try again!
You can even re-watch some of these dating programs on Netflix!
That was the bizarre thing about the show—it could go from a story about long-lost twins somehow finding their way back together into a segment about demonic possession or alien abduction at the drop of a hat.
It was a staple of both NBC and then CBS for years before somehow ending up on Lifetime of all places before Stack’s death in 2003. Dawson’s Creek Years: 1998-2003 The late 1990s saw a large boom in the teen drama subgenre, of which Dawson’s Creek was certainly one of the prototypical examples.
It was very much in the same vein as some of its contemporaries, with a cast of attractive young kids, although it was set apart somewhat by its pretty New England surroundings.
The scripts by series creator Kevin Williamson caught some early flack before the series had even premiered for their perceived “raciness” and frank discussion of teen sexuality, but time has been kind to memories of the show’s legacy.
And James Van Der Beek of course remains a total dreamboat to this day. Walker, Texas Ranger Years: 1993-2001 It’s tough to name any show of the 1990s more fun to ironically watch in 2014 than a vintage episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.