Blast from the Past: Your Favorite 90s Sitcoms on DVD

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If you grew up in the 90s, chances are you grew up with two classic sitcoms: Boy Meets World and Saved by the Bell. Whether you’re looking for a heavy dose of nostalgia or you want to introduce a new generation to the favorite shows from your childhood, you can now get the complete collection of both shows on DVD as soon as November 5.

Saved by the Bell

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Saved by the Bell: The Complete Collection ($49.98) is the definitive collection of this classic Saturday-morning show, with all five seasons over 22 discs and a ton of bonus features that every fan of the show will love.

Keep up with Zack, Screech, Kelly, Jessie, A.C. and Lisa while they go through a fun-filled life at Bayside High School by day and The Max by night. Saved by the Bell is one of the most influential programs to come out of the last two decades and it’s worth watching even today.

Source: Images courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Boy Meets World

Boy Meets World DVD CollectionBoy Meets World: The Complete Collection ($99.98) contains all seven seasons, all previously released bonus material, and new featurettes that include never-before-seen interviews with the cast. This coming-of-age show stars Ben Savage as Cory, an average guy that is in the process of growing up.

He’s got his best friend Shawn (Rider Strong) and another close friend named Topanga (Danielle Fishel) to help him through junior high, high school, and college. That doesn’t mean it will be an easy road, though.

Source: Images courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment

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  • Fez

    Topanga is still hot!

    • aaron

      Yeah I’d take her or Kelly Kapowski any day.