The Ultimate Ranking of ABC’s TGIF Shows in the ’90s

By  | 


It's been almost two decades since ABC's TGIF was the most legit place to be on a Friday night. Thinking back, TGIF is probably the reason so many millennials are content with staying in at the end of almost every week. Why wouldn't we be? TGIF had the best shows for over ten years and we learned at a young age that staying in is almost always better than going out.

From 1988 to 2000, it was the leader when it came to wholesome, family television. Shows like Full House, Boy Meets World, and Dinosaurs made us that much more excited for the weekend. Of course, they couldn't all be winners. Trust us, not all of them had a goofy character quite like Urkel, or a quiet heartthrob like Shawn Hunter. But that's why we're here today — to rank the TGIF shows from worst to first.

Now let's sit back and get ready for a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the greatest and not-so-great TGIF shows that ever aired on ABC's best night.