All hail the 1990's! At least kids television from back in the day.
A couple of weeks ago, Nickelodeon announced that they will be launching a block of programming completely dedicated to their programming from the 90's, which for most people in their mid to late 20's, is pretty exciting.
They have now announced their full list of programming.
If you grew up in the '90's, chances are that you read the books of Goosebumps by R.L. Stine. Maybe even watched the TV show!
Hollywood is looking to bring back the series in a new feature film, because they want to tug at our nostalgic roots.
Sega was a juggernaut back in the 1990's, and I still love the Sega Genesis! It's one of my favorite video game consoles.
Over the years though, Sega has had some major downfalls, specifically the latest Sonic the Hedgehog games.
However, they want to win you back.
Remember when trading cards were a big thing? You would buy a folder filled with plastic inserts that you could place your cards in to show off to your friends. Baseball and Basketball cards were big hits. To cash in on the success of sports cards, things like Movies, Musicians, and even television shows showed up in the trading card industry.
I went to a local game store that had some leftover 19
Let's just say that I was one of the lucky ones.
The big news on the Internet last week was that the popular '90s beverage Surge was making it's way back to the consumer exclusively on Amazon.
The moment it was announced that it was on sale at Amazon, it sold out in minutes! Like I said, I was lucky enough to get a 12 pack. Then, it was sold out for a week. Then, today, it was re-stocked.
Growing up during the 90's may have been boring when you were a kid, but as a "90's Adult," that decade was awesome! There were so many great things in popular culture that started in the 90's and are really hard to forget as an adult. I watch today's kid's shows and think, "What the hell am I watching?" Where is Mark Summers? Did Doug ever marry Patty Mayonnaise? Do Reptar Ba