Netflix is bringing us more '90s nostalgia with its upcoming comedy "Everything Sucks!," and it is all coming soon.
The streamer revealed the coming-of-age comedy series' premiere date Wednesday, and the information came with a fun look at the series. Specifically, the announcement video includes some of the best parts of being a teen in the '90s. If your school days were full of TVs on rolling carts, learning how to type dirty words on your calculator, and carrying a Discman everywhere, you're in for a trip down memory lane.
Watch below, because nothing about it sucks.
Coming from creators Ben York Jones and Michael Mohan, the series centers on high school life -- namely, freshman year -- in 1996. The series stars a variety of relative newcomers, including Peyton Kennedy, Jahi Winston, Patch Darragh, Claudine Nako, Sydney Sweeney, and Elijah Stevenson, among others. Its first season will consist of 10 half-hour episodes.
"Everything Sucks!" debuts Feb. 16 on Netflix.