By the time it hit, the decade had been a year full of incredible shows, including The Brady Bunch, The Cosby Show, Friends, Sex and the City, and of course, Friends.
But while we all loved all of them, a number of TV shows were particularly popular during that time, so let’s take a look at the best of the decade.1.
The Brady Brother and the Brady BustersSeason 2 of The Brady Brothers: Sons of Anarchy is one of the most underrated and underrated shows of the 2000s, and its success is partly because it was written by one of our favorite TV writers of the era, Mark Wahlberg.
Like his buddy Mark, Wahlburg was a perfectionist, and he often felt like the show’s writers could only keep up with him.
He and his brother were both great friends, and the show always seemed to be on top of the world in terms of storytelling.
In fact, it was Wahlenberg who ultimately got the rights to The Brady brothers to make their own show.
The show debuted on HBO in 2006, and Wahlberks brother Mark would return to the series to voice the Brady brothers.
It also has the highest ratings for any Brady Brothers movie, with over 14 million viewers watching the first movie.2.
SupergirlSeason 2, which premiered on CBS in 2002, brought a new Superman to television and ushered in a new era of superhero shows.
Supergirl was a comic book series created by the late Brian Azzarello, and it ran for nine seasons before its cancellation in 2011.
The show’s story centered around Kara Danvers, a young Kryptonian who is raised by her father, Superman, and then has to battle the threat of evil supervillains.
The first two seasons of the series focused on Kara as a teenager, and fans of the comic books loved Kara’s journey from being an orphan to being the Kryptonian Superman.
Kara’s first major role was in the second season, which was a spinoff of Supergirl.
Supergirls success led to more spinoffs and spinoffs of the show.
Kara was a strong contender for best female lead in TV history.
Kara also became one of television’s biggest breakout stars, earning a Golden Globe Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in the series.3.
Black Panther Season 2 is the second best TV show of the 20th century and is the third best Marvel series.
The series premiered in 1997, and writer Joe Johnston has said the series is his favorite television show of all time.
Black Panther was one of Marvel’s most successful superhero films, and Johnston’s work on the show made him one of TV’s biggest comics writers.
Black Panthers most notable character is Panther, who has the power to control fire.
Panther is also the only character in the Marvel universe to be in more than one television show, which is a big deal because there were a lot of other characters in the superhero universe.4.
The Simpsons Season 3, which debuted in 2009, is arguably one of its biggest hits of all-time.
When Simpsons creator Matt Groening was first approached to write the show, he was skeptical.
Groening was raised by a comic fan, and so his initial idea for the show was to tell the story of a Simpsons family.
Groening eventually realized that he could tell the stories of his friends and family, and The Simpsons became a success, earning more than $300 million in revenue for its first year.
Groened also wrote several other successful shows, and is still the only person to have directed four seasons of The Simpsons.5.
The Twilight Zone Season 6 is one the most influential shows of its time, and one of only two shows to have been on television for more than half a century.
In 1982, the first season of The Twilight Saga was the first original show on television to air, and while the show wasn’t a hit, it did have some of the best reviews in its history.
As it turns out, this show was created by one-time writer Jack Bender.
The episode “The End of Time” was originally written as a “buzzword-free” episode, but Bender changed the script to make it a “fantastic episode” and the episode became a huge hit.
Bender later worked with writer Mark Hamill on the Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope film and also wrote the pilot for The Twilight Special.
The X-FilesSeason 2 was one the best episodes of the 10th season of the Fox TV series, and has become one of my favorite shows of all.
One of the big reasons I love The X, however, is that I’ve seen every episode.
I grew up on the first two years of the X series, so I’m very familiar with the story, and even though I don’t remember much about it, I know