From the 90s to the 2000s, stations like Nickelodeon and Disney Channel never disappointed when it came to theme songs and opening credits.
These five specifically were always guaranteed to keep your attention and stay stuck in your head for days.
1. Unfabulous – 2004
Addie Singer, AKA Emma Roberts, starred in this hit teen sitcom about a girl who was constantly getting herself into embarrassing situations which we as an audience were grateful for because she always turned those situations into catchy songs by the end of the episode.
2. Malcolm in the Middle – 2000
This angsty theme song was not only the perfect way to hype you up before the episode, but the lyrics were too relatable, ending with the classic “Life is unfair”.
3. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – 1990
Even with this song being 27 years old, it’s pretty hard to find someone who doesn’t know every single word to it.
4. Out of the Box – 1998
This song for the popular children’s show about playing games, making crafts, and singing songs in an extravagant playhouse made entirely of cardboard boxes was extremely upbeat and catchy and has the power to make you feel nostalgic in an instant.
5. Even Stevens – 2000
The opening credit sequence for Even Stevens was simply iconic, and while it had tough competition like shows such as Phil of the Future and Lizzie McGuire, the unique claymation and funny sibling rivalry definitely made it stand out.