Good TV: Classic ‘90s Shows And Movies You Can Go Back To On Disney+
If you are ‘90s kid, you know how much better than Netflix TV was back then!
Hey, we may have moved on over to Netflix and OTT, but we ‘90s kids still believe in the good old TV. ‘90s TV shows and movies always picked on the right notes and some would even say that it was a revolutionary time for entertainment content. It was a time when we would keep our time slots free to get a hold of our favorite shows and movies. The usual pause and resume regime so popular today was hardly something we had known back then. As the world changed, the way we perceive and watch shows and movies have changed as well. However, thankfully some OTT platforms are digging through the treasures and bringing the best of the ‘90s shows and movies on board. Here are some classic ‘90s shows and movies available on Disney+.
The Lindsey Lohan Charm In The Parent Trap
Anybody from the ‘90s is bound to be a huge Lindsey Lohan fan! When The Parent Trap was released back in the day, it was not just this adorable story of two twins finding each other and bringing their divorced parents back together that wowed people. It was also the fact that we got to see two Lindsey Lohans on the screen playing the best twins in the history of Hollywood! Although a remake, the ‘90s The Parent Trap still feels as precious as it did all those years ago! As it turns out, The Parent Trap is playing on Disney+ and you are most welcome to fall in that trap.
Recess Was The Most Relatable Animated Series
While your favorite animated series may have been the classic Tom and Jerry, for the others who had were little middle school grown-ups, Recess was the animated series they lived for. This show followed around a bunch of middle school kids during the school recess and all the adventures that came across their way. If you want a little bit of nostalgia, definitely check out Recess on Dsiney+.
The Fantasy World Of Aladdin
Nothing is more of classic than Aladdin from the ‘90s. No matter how many remakes is made, the ‘90s Aladdin would still remain the best version among all. Take a flight to the fantasy land of Aladdin with Jasmine, Genie, and Aladdin himself on the magic carpet on Disney+.