10 Shows Of The ‘00’s That You Might Have Forgotten
The 2000’s was filled with plenty of great shows that made us laugh, cry, and sympathize. Here are some that may have been forgotten but will never be lost.
1. So Little Time (2001-2002)
The 2000’s was the height of the Olsen Twins’ careers and this show which they subsequently starred in had a catchy theme song that you’re probably playing in your heard right now.
2. Summerland (2004-2005)
Lori Loughlin reappeared on the small screen as an aunt trying to take care of her orphaned niece and nephews all while trying to balance work and her personal life. Plus, the show stars a young Jesse McCartney circa “Beautiful Soul” era.
3. So Weird (1999-2001)
Who didn’t run to their TV when this show came on? It was cool, a little suspenseful, and, as the title suggests, so weird. If only this show was on repeats.
4. Yes, Dear (2000-2006)
Two sisters, their husbands, and their kids living under the same roof. How hard could this be?
5. Still Standing (2002-2006)
Set in the somewhat traditional format of a family sitcom, Still Standing shows that even the adults in your life still have some of growing up of their own to do.
6. 8 Simple Rules (2002-2005)
One of the last projects John Ritter worked on before he passed away, 8 Simple Rules was a comedic look at growing up and dealing with what life throws your way.
7. Better Off Ted (2009-2010)
This short-lived workplace comedy told the story of Ted, a single father who works at a company that makes virtually everything.
8. Samantha Who (2007-2009)
Christina Applegate plays a grade A jerk turned perfect angel after a freak accident causes her to lose all memory of her awful self. This fun series about your redeeming yourself also stars Barry Watson, Matt Camden from 7th Heaven. Plus!
9. Hope & Faith (2003-2006)
Faith Ford and Kelly Ripa star in this family comedy about two polar-opposite sisters who have to live under one roof after Faith’s acting career takes a plunge.
10. Ed (2000-2004)
After Lawyer Ed Stevens is fired from his job, he moves back to his hometown, and buys a bowling alley where good times and laughs are to be had.