First Three Seasons Of Sailor Moon Are Being Uploaded To YouTube For Free
Growing up in the 1990s, you had a bunch of cartoon television shows that people were obsessed with.
There was Pokémon, Digimon, Dragon Ball Z, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Sailor Moon and loads more.
They all seem like a distant memory now as we've all grown up and gone on to watch bigger and better things.
But if you want to take a step back in time, you can finally binge at least one of those shows for hours.
The people who produced Sailor Moon have decided to chuck up more than 100 episodes of the show onto YouTube for free.
From today, you'll be able to feast your eyes and ears on three seasons of the show, Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon R and Sailor Moon, until your heart's content.
It's the first time people in Australia have been able to stream the show on a platform Down Under, so this is very big news.
More Like This
Sailor Moon first started as a manga series in 1991 and made its way to the TV show that most of us know and love a year later.
It follows the adventures of Usagi Tsukino, a middle-school student who doubles as a Sailor Soldier. She's joined by other soldiers as they defend the world against evil villains.
But if Sailor Moon isn't your thing, don't fear, there's another old school programme that will also give you a decent nostalgia hit.
Full episodes of Round the Twist have been uploaded to YouTube for free, with new videos being uploaded every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Australian Children's Television Foundation (ACTF), aka legends, have decided that this is a time where brilliant Australian TV needs to be appreciated once again.
Dozens of roughly-20 minute episodes from four seasons have already been uploaded so far.
If you've seen a few bits from the show, then you'll know that the plot lines were sometimes a little outrageous.
ACTF's marketing Manager Jenny Buckland admitted Round the Twist really pushed the boundaries for what is acceptable for children's television.
She said: "The scripts were declared 'too rude', 'not for television' and 'outrageous'."
Featured Image Credit: Madman Entertainment