Every season of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' is back on Netflix

Every season of 'The Fresh Prince of Bel Air' is back on Netflix

Now, this is a story all about how your social life gets flip-turned upside down; I'd like to take a minute, just sit right there, and I'll tell you how you can watch all of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

(Come on, you knew what was coming soon as you clicked on an article about the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.)

If you grew up during the '90s (which in hindsight, was objectively the worst time to grow up), then you'll have vivid memories of Will Smith doing his thing back when he was just a talented rapper-turned-actor, instead of the biggest movie star in the world.

The cast of The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air Credit: Getty

Running from 1990 to 1996, this show addressed African American culture, family, teenage life and more, and it also had the privilege of featuring the saddest scene in sitcom history. Just try to watch this without bawling your eyes out:

Okay, now wipe your eyes, because around that there are another 147 episodes for you to enjoy. Netflix, tugging aggressively at our heartstrings, announced the news with that tweet there above, and although we might not have episodes of The Office for much longer, there'll be a new hilarious sitcom to replace it. So at least there's that.

Now, you can relive the Fresh Prince from that glorious opening season all the way to the tragic end; every single Carlton dance to that Tom Jones song, all of those scenes where DJ Jazzy Jeff got thrown out the house by Uncle Phil, all the episodes with baby Nicky; that really weird time where they swapped out Janet Hubert for an actress who looked nothing like her and only barely addressed it.

Okay, Fresh Prince, we see what you did here:

Look, folks. Hollywood might be going through a period of creative bankruptcy and video games are often undercooked hot messes; but we'll always have the Fresh Prince of Bel Air to curl up under the covers with and forget the world.

(At least until NBC return to claim their child and we all have to subscribe to their expensive streaming service. Yay.)