The Nineties (2018) (The 90s) The Complete Series 2-Disc DVD set Color/Black and White (Region 1 - Playable in US, Canada, Mexico, etc.) Beautiful picture and sound. Shown in original 1.78:1 aspect ratio Approx. 5 hr. 44 min. With Nelson Mandela, Bill Clinton, George Bush, Tupac Shakur, Jerry Seinfeld and Dan Rather.
Produced by Emmy award winning Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman and Mark Herzog, The Nineties is the fourth series in the acclaimed documentary strand chronicling American society and popular culture in the later twentieth century.
A decade that saw technological triumphs and terrorist tragedies, inter-racial conflict from Los Angeles to New York and all points in between, the grunge revolution and hip-hop's ascendance to the mainstream. A series of extraordinary events crowded across the world stage, including the collapse of the Soviet Union, the reunification of Germany and the end of apartheid in South Africa, while everything from culture to commerce was irrevocably altered as the world went online, and a groundbreaking, genre-bending new era of television changed the world forever.
This epic series uses rare archival footage and interviews with renowned journalists, historians, musicians and television cast and crew to give us a window into the decade that set the stage for the way we live today.
- The One About TV – Parts 1 & 2
A decade of the fantastic and the familiar from Twin Peaks and Friends to Sex and the City.
- Isn't it Ironic?
From country music to gangsta rap, genre begets sub-genre in a decade of musical diversity.
- The Comeback Kid
A look at the remarkable resilience of Bill Clinton America's first Baby Boom president.
- New World Order
World events bring about fundamental change during the first few years of the decade.
- The Information Age
The World Wide Web changes modern life, but this brave new tech world has a dark side.
- Terrorism Hits Home
A decade of politically and religiously motivated violence shakes America.
- Can We All Get Along?
Progress is made in America's struggle with racial equality, but a price is paid.