23. Hey Arnold! (Nickelodeon, 1996-2004)
Tight jeans, red flannel under a long sleeve sweater, a fitted cap atop his footballish head, and a spot in "Hillwood" (a big city that shares more than a few landmarks with Brooklyn): Is it wrong to call Hey Arnold!the original hipster ensemble show?
Yes, especially since Arnold and his fourth grade friends ruled the hood with their cool thumbshaking greeting instead of gentrifying the hood with beer bars and boat shoes. From stoop kid to pigeon man everyone could relate to the show. Oh, and who didn't want Arnold's room? Or a pig for a pet?