There are many iconic people and events in the 90s which defined the decade. If you are a sports fan, you probably know the Chicago Bulls’ dominance during this era. Fueled by the superb play of several future Hall of Fame players, the Chicago Bulls were a dominant force that took the NBA by storm.
And even if you are not a hardcore wrestling fan, there is no way you cannot notice the World Wrestling Federation in the Attitude Era during the late 1990s. You were led by wrestling icons such as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Rock, and Shawn Michaels. As a kid, you probably talked about the last Monday Night Raw episode aired a day ago.
Boy and girl groups have also flooded radio and television during this time. Some of these groups are the Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls, and NSync. Rock bands are also chart-topping in the 90s. The 90s were a decade that produced some excellent music, which included the grunge scene and some of the greatest hip-hop ever produced.
Inline skates or Rollerblades were wildly popular in the 1990s. The skates looked like neon-colored moon boots cand for a few years; they were everywhere. Before skateboarding took over as the extreme sport on wheels of choice among youth, inline skating was right on its heels.
Since The Simpsons debut on December 17th, 1989, 635 episodes have been broadcast, making it the longest-running sitcom in American television history. The first ten seasons, which spanned the entire 90s decade, are considered the show’s “Golden Age” and received universal critical acclaim.
Candies have also been popular than ever in the 1990s because of the number of children. If you want to know the best 1990s sweets, you can check this infographic from Candy District.