Everybody has their own list of best reruns to watch when they get home from a long day at school. When you get home from school, who doesn’t like to kick back and relax with some good reruns before they start their homework? Everyone may have different TV shows on their rerun list, but there are some shows people can agree on. Here are seven of the best reruns to watch after school.
Table of contents:
- boy meets world
- the fresh prince of bel-air
- full house
- saved by the bell
- sabrina, the teenage witch
- growing pains
- sister, sister
1 Boy Meets World
I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve watched certain episodes of “Boy Meets World”! The older I get, the more annoying certain characters and story lines get, but I still love this show just as much as I did when it was first on. There are some great episodes and moments that every fan of the show remembers, like when Eric became Plays with Squirrels or when Topanga danced around and put lipstick on her face. This show wasn’t scared to tackle real problems, but it still found a way to be funny while doing it. I could go on and on about reasons to watch this show! It is definitely still one of the best reruns to watch!
2 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Who doesn’t love “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”? Even though there were a couple of issues, like the change in actresses that played Vivian, it still ran smoothly and hilariously. I haven’t seen as much of this show as some of the others on this list, but I’ve loved every episode I’ve seen. The character interactions were awesome and there were some really great story lines! How could I write this without mentioning the super catchy theme song or the Carlton dance?!
3 Full House
I’ll admit that “Full House” got on my nerves sometimes, but nevertheless I loved it and still do. Sometimes the show would get a little preachy, like it was trying too hard to shove a message down your throat, but when it wasn’t doing that it was awesome. Little Michelle Tanner was so cute! It’s hard to believe that the Olsen twins are actually older than me. How can anyone forget Uncle Jesse!? I’m pretty sure I had a little crush on him. Who could blame me?
4 Saved by the Bell
You’d think after a long day at school you wouldn’t want to watch shows about school, and yet “Saved by the Bell” still found a way to get on this list. This is definitely one of the cheesiest shows on this list, but that’s part of what made it so lovable. Also, the characters were all so different that it made it kind of easy to relate to them. “Saved by the Bell” is one of those shows that wasn’t afraid to tackle certain issues, but it always found a way to make you smile.
5 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
I can’t even tell you how much I loved this show growing up. I think it may have started my interest in supernatural shows because it was about witches. Who doesn’t have fond memories of this show?! It was so funny and included a lot of different genres in one. Not only was there comedy, there was also romance and some supernatural aspects. My favorite character was Salem! He was just so sassy!
6 Growing Pains
Oh, “Growing Pains”! This was definitely one rerun I loved to watch! Who doesn’t remember Kirk Cameron and little Leonardo DiCaprio?! There wasn’t a lot that I could relate to with this show while I was watching it and yet I still found myself putting it on. This probably wasn’t my favorite out of all of the shows on this list, but I still loved it! Who am I kidding, I still watch it sometimes!
7 Sister, Sister
“Sister, Sister!” (I totally just heard that in the tune of the theme song). Sometimes this show would get on my nerves, but all in all it was a lot of fun to watch. I loved Tia and Tamera Mowry so much after watching this show. I don’t know about you guys, but it made me wish that I had a twin sister. I didn’t watch this show regularly when I was younger, but when I could catch it, I would.
I don’t go to school anymore, but now I want to watch all of these shows anyway. Are there any of these shows that you agree with? What shows are on your rerun list?
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