10 Weird Rules 90s TV Shows Were Forced To Follow

The '90s. The decade of extreme sports, grunge music and sitcoms with a message. There were wholesome family shows like Full House, Step By Step, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Family Matters. Then there were serious teen dramas, like 90210, and Dawson's Creek. There were also cynical thirty-something shows, like Friends, Seinfeld, and even Frasier. There was even a gluttony of supernatural shows, like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Charmed, as well as all the Star Trek.

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The landscape of '90s television was getting more varied, as burgeoning networks competed for ratings, and a new frontier of progressive television was blossoming. The end of the decade would see the rise of dramatic serialized television the likes of which we enjoy today. But before that could happen, the shows seemed to conform to a litany of tropes. As varied as each series was,
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