The '90s: The Last Great Decade

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The 1990s had remarkable highs and lows: Technology paved the way for a digital world, and the ranks of billionaires grew fast. But the Columbine massacre, al-Qaida threat, and Clinton scandals also happened. On the heels of its popular miniseries deconstructing the 1980s, National Geographic Channel delves into 10 years when the Web was wide open but before global terror hit hard. "The '90s: The Last Great Decade?" features 120 original interviews -- from unsung heroes of riveting stories, to notables in many fields -- and memorable clips of a time between the end of the Cold War and the approaching War on Terror.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: History, Documentary

Network: NGC

  • America Goes to WarNov 28, 2014

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    The '90's were 10 years of irrational exuberance, when everybody got wired; war went hi-tech and everyone became a celebrity on reality TV.

  • ExposedNov 28, 2014

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    At the countdown to the end of the century, pre-millennium tension is rising.

  • The CountdownNov 28, 2014

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    Heading toward a new millennium, Americans are still riding the wave of irrational exuberance, surfing on the success of the dot-com bubble.

  • Shock and AweNov 28, 2014

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    In the 90s, new attitudes and new technology equal more freedom, more fragmentation, more diversity, but also more conflict.

  • Season 1, Ep. 2 : Enemy WithinJul 7, 2014

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    As America becomes more divided and fragmented, an obscure religious cult in Waco becomes a lightning rod for a fear of big government invading our homes.

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