TVLine’s ongoing review of TV’s all-time greatest theme songs this week may evoke images of a girl wrapped in plastic, a dancing baby and a fist-pumping ER doc, as it cues up tunes from the 1990s.
Based on U.S. series’ premiere dates, we’re continuing our series with a look at the ’90s, which served up more than its fair share of TV history’s most iconic theme songs — from instrumentals haunting (Twin Peaks, The X-Files) and exhilarating (ER, Beverly Hills 90210) to some of the most quotable singalongs (Fresh Prince, Dawson’s Creek, Friends).
TVLine’s remaining TV theme song reviews will similarly tackle a decade at a time, harmonizing with the Two and a Half Mennnnnn, geeking out over the song that each Big Bang started with, tumbling in slow motion with Don Draper, celebrating an unbreakable cult survivor and serving up TV’s second take on One Day at a Time.
And for you fans of animated fare, there will be a special “best of” list that is bound to please your brain (brain, brain, brain).
Review our selection of U.S. TV themes from the ’90s and vote for the very best/most effective ones in the Comments. (Or, click this link and vote!)