TV Shows We Would Love To Watch Again

Growing up in the 90s means you have gotten the privilege of witnessing some of the really cool, popular and funny shows of that time which most of the kids today don’t even know about. TV shows today are a lot different from what they used to be a decade or two ago. So here’s providing all the 80s and 90s kids a list of shows which you totally want a sequel to. Not only will it make you nostalgic reminiscing the good days of your childhood, but it will also take you back to your computer screens to watch them all over again.

Tu Tu Main Main

The constant fight between the mother-in-law and the daughter-in-law and the son/husband juggling between the two. This was a hilarious saas-bahu melodrama.

Dekh Bhai Dekh

Produced by Jaya Bachchan and starring popular faces like Shekhar Suman and Farida Jalal, this show was a story of three generations living under one roof. This was one of the most popular shows of the 90s.

Hip Hip Hurray

Set in a school in the 90s, the story is based on students in high school and focuses on the problems they face with their friends and other relationships. This show is sure to make you miss your good old school days.


The title says it all. The royal mess that this show portrayed is what its USP was. A favourite of every household, this sitcom was sure to make you roll on the floor laughing.


Another show based on 12th graders, Remix revolved around the friendship of 4 students who formed a band. The show was a massive hit among teenagers in 2004.

Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai

The verbal war between the sophisticated mother-in-law and the ‘oh-so-middle class’ daughter-in-law was an absolute treat for the audience. Not only did this show have an amazing star cast but it was also considered as one of the greatest comedy shows of all time.


An Indian adaptation of the show Sabrina – The Teenage Witch, the show was about women of three generations, the daughter, mother and the grandmother who are all blessed with supernatural powers.

Baa Bahu Aur Baby

A Gujarati joint family that lives under one roof and deals with all problems unitedly. A light comedy sitcom that could be watched by the entire family together.

Kaun Banega Crorepati

The Indian version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? was hosted by Amitabh Bachchan. It was a quiz show where participants would come in from all over India to win a prize of Rs 1 Crore.


This is easily the longest running show of all time. CID has been around for 19 years now. 2 episodes a week solving high- profile cases. ACP Pradhyuman, Daya and Abhijeet have been a part of this show for the longest time now.

Just Mohabbat

The story of an adorable boy who lived in a boarding school and made an imaginary friend. Just Mohabbat focused on relationships and friendships and was a rather hit series of the 90s.

Khullja Sim-Sim

The game show hosted by the actor Aman Verma became an instant hit among viewers. The show did have a season 2 and 3 but still was not as popular as the first season.


Aahat was the only horror show at the time it released and years later, it still manages to be the scariest Indian horror show of all time.

Boogie Woogie

A dance-based reality show was famous for its judged by Javed Jaffery, Naved and Ravi Behl. The show was one of the oldest reality show and would have a certain theme for the weekly aired dance competition.

Hum Paanch

This one doesn’t really need an introduction. This Hindi sitcom of five siblings gained immense stardom. It is still remembered and missed in almost every household.

Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi

The Indian adaptation of ‘Ugly Betty’, Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi was a story different from the usual for the viewers and to see Jassi’s transformation, everyone watched the show till the very end.

Office Office

A light comedy starring Pankaj Kapoor as Mussadilal but yet, delivering a deep message on corruption and bribery happening in the country.

Shriman Shrimati

A hilarious comedy based on loving the neighbour’s wife. The concept of Shriman Shrimati was absolutely hilarious and the cast – Jatin Kanakia, Archana Puran Singh, Reema Lagoo and Rakesh Bedi – was a cherry on the cake.

-By Sanaa Surve


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