Favorite '90s sitcom: 'Seinfeld' or 'Friends'? | The Tylt
"Seinfeld" and "Friends" are two of America's favorite sitcoms from the '90s. Both series follow a group of friends as they juggle careers, love and life in the Big Apple. "Seinfeld" hit the small screen in 1989, and 30 years later the show is still revered as shaping culture. "Friends" took off in 1994, and is credited for changing "the face of American sitcoms," as well as giving the cast of young actors featured their big break. Which show is your favorite?
Favorite '90s sitcom: 'Seinfeld' or 'Friends'?
Some say "Seinfeld" is a show about nothing, but they are obviously missing the big picture. "Seinfeld" is built around relatable situations, neurotic personalities and the meaning of friendship. Take a look at the show's best moments below.
"Friends" was a success from the start, so the stars of the show knew their worth. Not only did the show turn all of the castmates into instant celebrities, but they all managed to negotiate a salary of $1 million per episode. Take a look at why the show was such a hit below.