You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

Throwback! ‘90s TV Shows You Loved But Probably Forgot About

US Weekly Logo By Leanne Aciz Stanton of US Weekly | Slide 1 of 18: This mystery series featured a bunch of teenagers who solved crimes with the help of an invisible — but highly intelligent — ghost. The show, set in Brooklyn and shown on PBS, ran for three years until 1995. In case you always wondered who Ghostwriter was, Kermit Frazier — who wrote and produced the show — later revealed to The Local that it was the spirit belonging to a runaway slave. If you’re in the mood to binge the series, you’re in luck: season 1 is available on DVD.

Ghostwriter

This mystery series featured a bunch of teenagers who solved crimes with the help of an invisible — but highly intelligent — ghost. The show, set in Brooklyn and shown on PBS, ran for three years until 1995. In case you always wondered who Ghostwriter was, Kermit Frazier — who wrote and produced the show — later revealed to The Local that it was the spirit belonging to a runaway slave. If you’re in the mood to binge the series, you’re in luck: season 1 is available on DVD.

© Everett Collection
AdChoices
image beaconimage beaconimage beacon