6. Jem and the Holograms (1985-1987)
Jem and the Holograms acquainted children with Jerrica Benton, the proprietor of a music organization and a foster home for young ladies. Using her unique earrings, Benton projected herself as a hologram and turned into Jem, the lead vocalist of rock group called Jem and the Holograms. Because of her earrings and her PC Synergy, the rock group, comprising of Jem, her sister Kimber and her foster sisters Aja and Shana, had a huge fan following. With their hit melodies, the Holograms fought it out with their adversaries, the Misfits. Furthermore, they some way or another got caught in various adventures. In spite of the fact that now the Holograms’ melodies may appear to be cheesy, the themes that the tunes and shows managed were child favourites.
NotableEpisode: The first episode ended when, Jem and the group got caught inside the Starlight House foster home when a flame was inadvertently set. Would they get out alive? Kids needed to sit tight for the next episode to know.
5. Inspector Gadget (1983-1986)
With a cool signature melody, a cumbersome and amusing policeman, many cool gadgets and a faceless scoundrel, Inspector Gadget had it all. With the assistance of his unwavering pooch Brain and geeky niece Penny, both of whom really did the greater part of the investigation, Inspector Gadget could tackle any crime because of his gumshoe-supporting devices, which came out of his jacket and hat. The villain Dr.law constantly though of some shrewd plan while stroking his pet, Madcat. However, Gadget and team always thwarted it.
Notable Episode: When Inspector Gadget initially came out his helicopter (“Go, go Gadget ‘Copter!”) to save the day.