Aired: 1994-1999
Network: ABC, The WB

While Sister, Sister lacked the sneaky brilliance of teen offerings like Clarissa Explains it All and Gilmore Girls, it was solid and was generally on the right side of the issues that it explored, like race, gender, and sexuality. Of course, it tackled these topics with kid gloves; even the cast of Dawson’s Creek would have made the girls of Sister, Sister blush. The show needs to be evaluated in context though, and since they never got as unbearably saccharine as Full House and reigned themselves in before getting as broadly schticky as Family Matters, Sister, Sister should be remembered as a relative, if bland, success.