I seem to have missed this, but apparently VH1 has already launched with their I Love the '90s series to follow up to the I Love the '80s and I Love the '90s.
As I was telling Heather last night. It's just too soon to look back on the '90s. History hasn't had a chance to dictate how that decade will be perceived. In my opinoin you have to wait at least 10 years to understand the historical - both cultural and political - impact of the events of any given year. Maybe VH1 could look at 1990 or 1991, but to go much beyond that seem to be pushing things too fast. There has to be some breathing room. Most of the '90s are still fresh in people's minds. It's recent history. What makes something like I Love the 80's work is that we're 15 to 24 years away from any of those events, fads, music, or movies. To bring them up now is fun because you've forgotten many of the details. Stuff from 1995 or 1997 is still fresh. It's not as much fun to rehash something only 6 years old.