15 Best \'90s Black Sitcoms That Will Make You Miss Your Childhood (PHOTOS)

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15 Best ’90s Black Sitcoms That Will Make You Miss Your Childhood (PHOTOS)

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15 Best \'90s Black Sitcoms That Will Make You Miss Your Childhood (PHOTOS)

There have been two major waves of popular black sitcoms throughout television history. The first came in the 1970s via classics like The Jeffersons, Good Times and Sanford and Son.

After losing popularity in the early-mid ‘80s, the late ‘80s and early ‘90s brought about the resurgence with shows like Sister, Sister, Living Single, Martin, Moesha and more.

Take a look at these ranked black sitcoms that will make you miss your childhood above! 

15 Best \'90s Black Sitcoms That Will Make You Miss Your Childhood (PHOTOS)
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15. The Parent ‘Hood

The Parent ‘Hood

Robert Townsend's The Parent 'Hood played like a 1990s version of The Cosby Show, depicting a middle-upper class black family with heart, humor and love.  



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15. The Parent ‘Hood

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Robert Townsend's The Parent 'Hood played like a 1990s version of The Cosby Show, depicting a middle-upper class black family with heart, humor and love.  



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14. In The House

In The House

In The House was LL Cool J's first starring role, bringing along Kim Wayans and a post-Fresh Prince Alfonso Ribeiro for the ride. 

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14. In The House

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In The House was LL Cool J's first starring role, bringing along Kim Wayans and a post-Fresh Prince Alfonso Ribeiro for the ride. 

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13. ROC

ROC
ROC was everyone's hard working dad in the 90s. 

13. ROC

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ROC was everyone's hard working dad in the 90s. 

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12. The Jamie Foxx Show

The Jamie Foxx Show
The show that made Jamie Foxx a star, this series was a staple for WB fans in the 1990s. 
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12. The Jamie Foxx Show

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The show that made Jamie Foxx a star, this series was a staple for WB fans in the 1990s. 

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11. Kenan & Kel

Kenan & Kel
Let's not act like we all don't remember who loves orange soda! 
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11. Kenan & Kel

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Let's not act like we all don't remember who loves orange soda! 

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10. Smart Guy

Smart Guy
Tia & Tamera's little brother Taj Mowry starred in this gem as a 10-year-old genius navigating high school with his big bro. 

10. Smart Guy

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Tia & Tamera's little brother Taj Mowry starred in this gem as a 10-year-old genius navigating high school with his big bro. 

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9. The Parkers

The Parkers

Before the Oscars came calling, Mo'Nique starred in this hit spin-off of Brandy's 90s classic, Moesha. 

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9. The Parkers

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Before the Oscars came calling, Mo'Nique starred in this hit spin-off of Brandy's 90s classic, Moesha. 

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8. The Steve Harvey Show

The Steve Harvey Show
As if Steve doesn't have enough TV shows under his belt, let us not forget this landmark WB classic. 
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8. The Steve Harvey Show

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As if Steve doesn't have enough TV shows under his belt, let us not forget this landmark WB classic. 

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7. The Wayans Bros.

The Wayans Bros.

One of the funniest shows of its day, The Wayans Bros. definitely deserved that final episode they complained about in Scary Movie. 

7. The Wayans Bros.

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One of the funniest shows of its day, The Wayans Bros. definitely deserved that final episode they complained about in Scary Movie. 

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6. Sister, Sister

Sister, Sister

The Mowry twins' show Sister, Sister laid the groundwork for both of their successful careers, as Tamera now co-hosts The Real while Tia has her own cooking show, Tia Mowry: At Home.  

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6. Sister, Sister

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The Mowry twins' show Sister, Sister laid the groundwork for both of their successful careers, as Tamera now co-hosts The Real while Tia has her own cooking show, Tia Mowry: At Home.  

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5. Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper

Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper

The TGIF classic was such a fan favorite that the series is being considered for a Fuller House style reboot! 


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5. Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper

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The TGIF classic was such a fan favorite that the series is being considered for a Fuller House style reboot! 


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4. Moesha

Moesha
Brandy's sitcom was a staple in many of our households, and was one of the most successful shows on original network,UPN.  

4. Moesha

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Brandy's sitcom was a staple in many of our households, and was one of the most successful shows on original network,UPN.  

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3. Living Single

Living Single

Queen Latifah starred in this hit that later went on to be re-packaged for white audiences by NBC. That show became Friends. 

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3. Living Single

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Queen Latifah starred in this hit that later went on to be re-packaged for white audiences by NBC. That show became Friends. 

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2. Martin

Martin

Fox's Martin went head to head with NBC's Seinfeld in the 90s, holding its own and even garnering higher viewership during its first two seasons. 


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2. Martin

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Fox's Martin went head to head with NBC's Seinfeld in the 90s, holding its own and even garnering higher viewership during its first two seasons. 


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1. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

What show did you think would be #1? The Fresh Prince's following is just as big today as it was in the 90s, and it's pretty much the only television theme song that can turn the club upside down. 

1. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

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What show did you think would be #1? The Fresh Prince's following is just as big today as it was in the 90s, and it's pretty much the only television theme song that can turn the club upside down. 

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There have been two major waves of popular black sitcoms throughout television history. The first came in the 1970s via classics like The Jeffersons, Good Times and Sanford and Son.

After losing popularity in the early-mid ‘80s, the late ‘80s and early ‘90s brought about the resurgence with shows like Sister, Sister, Living Single, Martin, Moesha and more.

Take a look at these ranked black sitcoms that will make you miss your childhood above!