This decade may have Netflix, Amazon, and HBO original series ready to be streamed at 4K resolution, but there’s still something to be said about the charming 90s shows. The movies, TV series, cartoons and even commercials of those times are fun to rewatch now… but how? This website is one super simple way.
From The X Files, to Demi Moore’s and Melanie Griffith’s Now and Then or Jetix’ VR Troopers, My 90s TV has it all on one delightfully simple web page.
Founder Joey Cato designed an old, traditional TV frame with channels, volume, and power buttons you can actually push as you would in real life. On the right side of the TV screen, you have a list of types of content you can watch in said frame, from drama, music, soaps, and sports to kids’ shows, comedy, and commercials.
If you want to fine-tune your experience further, you’re welcome to select just one particular year from the decade.
The screen is too small for your tastes? No problem, you can enlarge it by pressing the “F” key. And if you prefer YouTube’s format to this website’s, there’s always the possibility to jump to that platform by pressing “Y”. Yes, that’s where all the content comes from – pretty clever, right?
Of course, you don’t have to limit yourself to the 90s. If you’re in a nostalgic mood, no one is stopping you from diving into the 80s or 70s TV hits. Joey Cato linked those two websites next to the browsing content filters.
Interested in more of this developer’s brilliant experiments? Check out his Netflix vintage video rental store: