90s Trivia Questions & Answers (60 Hard/Easy Prompts) 2023

Test your knowledge of 90s pop culture with these 90s trivia questions. Get your friends together, turn on your favorite TV show from the 90s (try The Wonder Years) and have fun. To play this game, simply print out the trivia questions included in this article, ask each friend the trivia question and have them write down their answers. The player with the most correct answers after 20 or 50 questions asked is the winner.

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90s Trivia Questions and Answers

Trivia Question: In Boy Meets World, Mr. Feeny had what job?

Answer: Principal at their school.

Trivia Question: In the show Full House, which twins shared the same role?

Answer: The Olsen Twins.

Trivia Question: In the TV show Friends, Ross's pet monkey was named what?

Answer: Marcel.

Trivia Question: What was the largest grossing movie at the box office in the 90s?

Answer: Titanic. Being the first film to earn more than $1 billion at the box office.

Trivia Question: What was the name of the popular handheld digital pet everyone carried?

Answer: The worldwide craze of the Tamagotchi.

Trivia Question: "Barbie Girl" was the name of a controversial song by what artist?

Answer: Aqua.

Trivia Question: JNCO Jeans stand for what?

Answer: Judge None Choose One.

Trivia Question: What was the second highest-grossing film of the 1990s?

Answer: Star Wars: Episode I — The Phantom Menace.

Trivia Question: The main actor who played in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was named what?

Answer: Will Smith.

Trivia Question: In the Fresh Prince theme song, the song goes, "The cabby pulled up and had a ____ on the mirror." What did the taxi have on its mirror?

Answer: Dice.

Trivia Question: What was the last Harry Potter book to get released in the 90s?

Answer: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

90s trivia questions and answers

Trivia Question: Jurassic Park was released in what year?

Answer: 1993.

Trivia Question: Vanilla Ice had a popular hit song named what?

Answer: Ice Ice Baby.

Trivia Question: "Closing Time" was a popular song performed by which musical artist?

Answer: Semisonic.

Trivia Question: What year was Forrest Gump released?

Answer: 1994.

Trivia Question: Tom Hanks was featured in what hit movie in the 90s?

Answer: Forrest Gump.

Trivia Question: "Pogs" was what type of a game?

Answer: A circular collector's card game.

Trivia Question: Nirvana created a musical genre based on the influence of their music. The genre was called what?

Answer: Grunge.

Trivia Question: How many Spice Girls were there?

Answer: Five members of the musical group.

Trivia Question: Who was the most popular Spice Girl?

Answer: Posh Spice.

Trivia Question: A popular website/software featuring a baby doing a dancing baby dance was released. What was the name of this baby?

Answer: Baby Cha.

Trivia Question: Woody from Toy Story was performed by which actor?

Answer: Tom Hanks.

Trivia Question: In the Lion King, what is the name of Simba's father?

Answer: Mufasa.

Trivia Question: What popular TV character received their own cereal in the 1990s?

Answer: Urkel-O's by Urkel.

90s trivia questions and answers

Trivia Question: Michael Jordan was part of what dynasty NBA team?

Answer: The Chicago Bulls.

Trivia Question: Nick Carter what a member of what boy band?

Answer: Backstreet Boys.

Trivia Question: "You can't handle the truth" was a line that came from Jack Nicholson in what 90s movie?

Answer: A Few Good Men.

Trivia Question: Whitney Houston topped charts with what hit song?

Answer: I Will Always Love You.

Trivia Question: The Backstreet Boys were a boyband who had what hit song in the 90s?

Answer: Everybody.

Trivia Question: R. Kelly was a massive hit in the 90s, receiving two Grammy Awards for which song?

Answer: I Believe I Can Fly.

Trivia Question: Cartoon characters played basketball with Michael Jordan in what animated movie?

Answer: Space Jam.

Trivia Question: How many Power Rangers were there?

Answer: 140 Power Rangers.

90s trivia questions and answers

Trivia Question: Titanic featured which popular male actor?

Answer: Leonardo DiCaprio.

Trivia Question: Bill Clinton had a popular statement amidst his scandal in the 90s, it was what?

Answer: "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."

Trivia Question: What popular video game platform was released in the 90s?

Answer: PlayStation.

Trivia Question: What TV series starring Sarah Michel Gellar became popular in the 90s?

Answer: Sex and the City.

Trivia Question: Friday nights featured TV shows on ABC called what?

Answer: TGIF.

Trivia Question: In Family Matters, what was the last name of the family?

Answer: The Winslow Family.

Trivia Question: "Blue" was a hit song by which musical artist?

Answer: Eiffel 65.

Trivia Question: Third Eye Blind had what hit song?

Answer: Jumper.

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Trivia Question: In the 90s, Fountains of Wayne talked about someone's mom in this hit song. The mom's name was what?

Answer: Stacy.

Trivia Question: MTV's talk show host of Total Request Live was named what?

Answer: Carson Daly.

Trivia Question: The rapper Tupac was shot in what year?

Answer: 1996.

Trivia Question: The rapper Notorious B.IG. died in what year?

Answer: 1997.

Trivia Question: Snoop Dogg had his first billboard hit in 1993, which was what?

Answer: The song "Doggystyle."

Trivia Question: "You've Got Mail" was a popular audio recording that played when you logged onto what computer platform?

Answer: AOL.

Trivia Question: What media type became popular in the 1990s?

Answer: Compact Disc (CD).

Trivia Question: "As if!" was a popular line from which movie?

Answer: Clueless.

Trivia Question: Ice Cube produced a popular movie in 1991 that went by what name?

Answer: Boyz N' The Hood.

Trivia Question: What popular soundtrack came from a 1991 movie?

Answer: The Boyz N' The Hood soundtrack.

90s trivia

Trivia Question: In the movie "Wayne's World," what city did the movie take place in?

Answer: Aurora, Illinois.

Trivia Question: What does "AOL" stand for?

Answer: America Online.

Trivia Question: "You've Got Mail" was a popular audio recording that played when you logged onto what computer platform?

Answer: AOL.

Trivia Question: What media type became popular in the 1990s?

Answer: Compact Disc (CD).

Trivia Question: "As if!" was a popular line from which movie?

Answer: Clueless.

Trivia Question: Ice Cube produced a popular movie in 1991 that went by what name?

Answer: Boyz N' The Hood.

Trivia Question: What popular soundtrack came from a 1991 movie?

Answer: The Boyz N' The Hood soundtrack.

Trivia Question: In the movie "Wayne's World," what city did the movie take place in?

Answer: Aurora, Illinois.

Trivia Question: What does "AOL" stand for?

Answer: America Online.

Trivia Question: Who was impeached as president in the 1990s?

Answer: Bill Clinton.

Trivia Question: Who was the president to succeed Bill Clinton in the 1990s?

Answer: George Bush.

Trivia Question: What does "PC" stand for?

Answer: Personal Computer.

Trivia Question: What computer makers became popular in the 90s with their colored computers?

Answer: Apple Computers.

Trivia Question: Who was the lead singer of Nirvana?

Answer: Kurt Cobain.

Trivia Question: The drummer from Nirvana went on to make what musical group?

Answer: Foo Fighters.

Trivia Question: Pearl Jam had a major hit song in the 90s, it went by the name of what?

Answer: Even Flow.

Trivia Question: What was the primary media type of watching movies in the 90s?

Answer: VHS.

Trivia Question: What popular show that was featured in a Boston bar ended in the 90s?

Answer: Cheers.

Trivia Question: What year did "Cheers" end their long run?

Answer: 1993.

Trivia Question: What commercial was directed by Michael Bay?

Answer: The "Got Milk" commercial.

Trivia question: Who was the first female secretary of state in 1997?

Answer: Madeline Albright.

Trivia Question: Who wrote the hit song, "Smells like Teen Spirit?"

Answer: Nirvana

Trivia Question: What was the bestselling video game console in the 90s?

Answer: Sony Playstation.

Trivia Question: Which animated film in the 1990s was nominated for a best picture Oscar award?

Answer: Beauty and the Beast.

Trivia Question: How many championships did the Chicago Bulls win the 1990s?

Answer: Six.

Trivia Question: When did Major League soccer "kick" off in the 90s?

Answer: 1996.

Trivia Question: Which world wide web app said, "You've got mail."

Answer: AOL

Trivia question: What year was red hot chili peppers "give it away" released?

Answer: 1991.

Trivia Question: Video cameras became popular in the 90s by recording to what media type?

Answer: VHS.

Trivia Question: In the 90s, music by mail was made by what media company?

Answer: Columbia House music.

Trivia Question: "NOW That's What I Call Music" was released by which company?

Answer: Universal Music Group.

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