Little Bear, a Canadian children's television series, is part of the newest Facebook profile trend. It's a blast from the past where users change their profile picture to one of their favorite cartoons from the '90s.
Little Bear aired on Nickeloden in the United States and Treehouse TV in Canada. It followed a family of bears who deal with regular human problems and concerbs. The main characters are ittle Bear and his parents Mother and Father Bear, his paternal uncle Rusty, his two grandparents. The show also featured Little bear's best friend Emily and hunamistic characters Duck, Cat, Hen and Owl.
Many of the episodes had a moral purpose with Little Bear tackling personal problems that affect adolescents.
Other popular '90's cartoons include "Pinky and the Brain" (1995 to 1999), "King of the Hill" (1997 to 2009), "SpongebBob Squarepants" (1999 to present), "Family Guy" (1999 to 2002 and 2005 to present), "Futurama" (1999 to 2003), and "Beavis and Butt-Head" (1993 to 1997). Nearly 19 of these still run at least once a day on any given cable channel.