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Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen – Photo: Courtesy of HBO
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BROOKLYN, NY – SEPTEMBER 12: Lisa Loeb (2L) and Rugrats characters attend the Nickelodeon sponsored 90sFEST Pop Culture and Music Festival on September 12, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Donald Bowers/Getty Images for Nickelodeon)
BROOKLYN, NY – SEPTEMBER 12: Lisa Loeb (2L) and Rugrats characters attend the Nickelodeon sponsored 90sFEST Pop Culture and Music Festival on September 12, 2015 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Donald Bowers/Getty Images for Nickelodeon) /

7. Rugrats

First The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, The O.C. (and a few others), and now the Rugrats – is it just me or did shows back in the day feature more catchy opening theme songs than the shows today?

Rugrats is yet another series you simply can’t forget about no matter how old you are. Maybe you were too young to remember the cartoon or perhaps it’s the opposite, you were over the show’s target audience. Either way, everyone knows or has heard of the Rugrats.

The animated children’s comedy followed a group of babies and toddlers with bigger than life personalities and massive imaginations. The leader of the playpen group was Tommy. He and his best friend Chuckie, along with their pals Phil and Lil and Tommy’s older cousin Angelica, always found a way to escape the playpen and journey out into the world – which was really only the backyard or living room.

The cartoon premiered on August 1991 and ran until August of 2004. It was highly popular and also consisted of many movies such as The Rugrats Movie and Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, and crossovers with other Nickelodeon shows

Being off the air didn’t stop these toddlers, as ratings were steady for reruns of the episodes. Today, you can watch The Rugrats on Hulu.