15 Of The Most Memorable ’90s TV Show Theme Songs (You’ll Probably Never Forget These Tunes)

The ’90s brought us some of the greatest TV shows and the most infectious theme songs. These songs have become a part of our childhood and teenage memories, and we will likely never forget them.

Here are 15 of the most memorable ’90s TV show theme songs.

Family Matters

Family Matters

Who can forget the Family Matters theme? It filled you with all kinds of warm and fuzzy feelings as shots of each of the cast members rolled on screen. The loveable theme song, “As Days Go By”  was co-written and performed by Jesse Frederick, who is also behind the theme for the next show on our list…



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  1. says:

    As long as I’ll live I will NEVER forget The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song lol

  2. says:

    Highlander?? Come on what about 227, Amen don’t forget about Mr. Belvedere,.Webster & Punky Brewster.

  3. says:

    Good list…i definitely watched all of these shows…..the only one you guys are missing is ” living single “…..we are livinggggg ah ay singleeeee….oooooo in a 90’s kinda worllllld im glad i got my girrrrlllsss…..lol

  4. says:

    Ok, I love ALL of these but my favorites are: Family Matters, Growing Pains, The Wonder Years, Moesha, and Highlander themes. Boy, that Queen used to have my whole family rockin’ out! lol. And Adrian Paul was frickin’ BEAUTIFUL! Holy–!

    It’s amazing how music can instantly transport you back to another time. I can remember so many details of my childhood just by playing each one of these songs. Music is awesome!

  5. says:

    I remember watching Cousin Skeeter as a kid and I never knew Meagan Good was in it… My behind was too busy dancing to “Steelo”.

  6. says:

    Love the list but what about Beverly Hills, 90210?!

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