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Tom Hanks executive produces this series "The Nineties" with Gary Goetzman and Mark Herzog. "The Nineties" delves deeply into the decade that brought about the rise of the internet -- it may have been dial-up but it still brought great joy and frustration -- and many other technological advancements such as DVDs --the VHS became a dying breed once DVDs came about -- and stepping stones in culture, politics, fashion, and music. The decade also saw the rise of six famous friends living in Manhattan and a young man in brightly colored cardigans, suspenders, and glasses.

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From Nirvana to Dixie Chicks to Tupac, the '90s represent a decade of musical diversity that appeals to every musical taste.
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The '90s brought on the internet along with a dark side of the tech boom, including hackers, online predators and the proliferation of pornography.
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The Clarence Thomas/Anita Hill hearings; racially fueled events like Al Sharpton and the Crown Height riots; Rodney King and the LA riots; O.J. Simpson and his murder trial.
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The world has seen a lot of change due to major political events, including the Warsaw Pact, Nelson Mandela's release from prison, the Persian Gulf War, and Bill Clinton becoming the president of the United States.
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Bill Clinton's presidency began and ended with controversy; inability to reform America's health care system; a sex scandal that led to impeachment.
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Terrorism in the '90s includes a bounty of devastating events including Timothy McVeigh's bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City.

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