08 Apr 6 Nostalgic TV Shows to Binge Watch on Paramount+
Similar to HBO Max, and Disney+, Paramount+ is a this new streaming service. reeling viewers in with new and classic material from their Paramount catalog.
Paramount+ launched on March 4, after rebranding from CBS All Access, which initially provided access to many shows from CBS.
However, the revamped Paramount+ brought back some nostalgic, beloved favorites from its Viacom vault. This includes shows from its family channels CBS, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon, MTV, BET, and Paramount Pictures. Once you take a look at its variety, you’ll be surprised to see what classic shows you remember from your childhood!
If you’re looking for a dose of nostalgia in your free time, take a look at these six TV shows available on Paramount+ now!
“All That” (1995)
“Fresh out the box! Stop, look, and watch!”
Although Nickelodeon recently brought back the children’s comedy sketch series, there’s nothing like rewatching your favorite 90’s sketch show.
“All That” is the PG version of “Saturday Night Live” and “MadTV,” with sketches and skits that will make you cry laughing! Many of your favorite actors and celebrities started out with this series, including Amanda Bynes, Kenan Thompson, Nick Cannon, and Kel Mitchell.
This spin-off from MTV’s “Beavis and Butthead” focuses on the “sick, sad world” of its infamous protagonist Daria Morgendorffer. Anyone who was considered the underdog in their teenage years could probably relate to this character.
If you love Daria’s sarcasm and high school drama before “Glee” and “Degrassi” were in style, this animated series is definitely worth binging!
“Beverly Hills: 90210” (1990)
When speaking of teen drama, “Beverly Hills: 90210” is at the top of the list. This is definitely one of the long-running classics of the 90’s that will keep you hooked. Of course, living in Beverly Hills is a dream for most, but investing in fictional characters exploring their lives from high school to adulthood will do.
“I Love Lucy” (1951)
This classic show from the 1950’s features Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, who portray Lucy and Ricky Ricardo. Lucy is known for getting into mishaps and plotting to get into show business with her husband, a bandleader. This show is sure to bring laughs for all ages.
“The Real World” (1992)
While the show is still holding on to its franchise with its spinoff shows like “The Challenge” and “Ex on the Beach,” “The Real World” is still one of a king. Watching several strangers living and wreaking havoc in a beautiful house is nothing but pure entertainment.
The original cast of “The Real World” also returned for a reunion series picked up by Paramount+, which first aired on Mar. 4.
“Rugrats” (1991) and “All Grown Up” (2003)
A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do! If you fell in love with the Pickles family, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and more, you can binge watch this beloved Nickelodeon cartoon, and its spin-off “All Grown Up.”
The original “Rugrats” show is expected to return with all-new episodes and all-new animation. A sneak peek of the revival was released as part of the streaming service’s launch.