The Nineties


The Nineties Information

The Nineties is a seven-part documentary miniseries which premiered on July 9, 2017 on CNN. CNN greenlighted the series in May 2016, as a sequel to The Eighties. One of the episodes, "Isn't It Ironic?", was screened at SeriesFest.

Episodes

Episode Title Scheduled air date US viewers
(millions)

ShortSummary=Television of the 1990s, including evolutions in dramas and sitcoms, growing competition in late night comedy, the increasing representation of African Americans on TV, and the increasing prominence of cable and premium television. Viewers=1.14 }}

ShortSummary=The presidency of Bill Clinton, including his accomplishments and the Lewinsky scandal. Viewers=0.968 }}

ShortSummary=Social issues in the 1990s, including the Los Angeles riots, the O.J. Simpson murder case, the Crown Heights riot, and the Clarence Thomas nomination hearing. Viewers=0.861 }}

ShortSummary=International politics in the 1990s, including the Gulf War, the dismantling of the Soviet Union, and the 1992 U.S. presidential election. Viewers=0.950 }}

ShortSummary=Terrorism in the United States during the 1990s, including the World Trade Center bombing, the Unabomber, the Centennial Olympic Park bombing, the Oklahoma City bombing, the Columbine High School shooting, and the rise of Osama bin Laden. Viewers=1.003 }}

ShortSummary=The mainstream adoption of the internet; the browser wars and Microsoft's antitrust case, the fall and resurgence of Apple, the rise of dot-com companies, including Amazon.com and eBay, and Y2K. Viewers=1.041 }}

ShortSummary=Music of the 1990s. Viewers=0.952 }}




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