10 Top TV Theme Songs of All Time

 10 Top TV Theme Songs of All Time

There’s nothing like hearing great tv theme songs to bring back the decades of watching your favorite television shows and the wonderful nostalgia that comes with hearing these recognizable theme songs. There are countless of memorable tv theme songs that have stuck with us throughout the years. Today, we’re going to highlight the top 10 tv theme songs of all time. 

The Golden Girls

No matter the viewership’s age, everyone loved this feel-good, witty, time-less tv sitcom of four older, single women who become more than roommates, as they tackle life’s challenges with humor, compassion, lessons, love and friendship, together. “Thank You for Being a Friend”, says it all. Thank you, Cynthia Fee, for re-recording this song for this classic tv show. The Golden Girls aired from 1985-1992


“I’ll Be There for You”, performed by The Rembrandts, embraces the theme of the greatest tv show of all time. Friends was one of the most watched tv shows and won numerous television awards, including Greatest TV Show of All Time. This show centers on six friends, between the ages of 20 and 30, who come together at Central Perk coffee shop to share their lives with one another.

Big Bang Theory

This show leveled up all nerds, making them cool, hip and witty, in this tv sitcom that aired from 2007-2019. The “Big Bang Theory” theme song, performed by Barenaked Ladies, is a happy, upbeat, high tempo, catchy tune for all to sing.

The Brady Bunch

This tv show was ahead of its time, airing from 1969 to 1974, featuring a large blended family of three boys and three girls. “The Brady Bunch” was performed by the Peppermint Trolley Company which depicted the premise of this satiric comedic sitcom of raising a house full of teenagers and pre-teen boys and girls.


Isn’t it great to go “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”? This tv sitcom took place in a local bar where repeat customers gather to drink and socialize with the bartender and staff, while getting into each other lives, to escape from their own. Gary Portnoy and Judy Hart-Angelo clearly understands Cheers.

The Addams Family

Who can forget the cool and kooky sounding track that was a stepping stone in the realm of Black Comedy. “The Addams Family” is a classic and that song still reigns true with the last film that came out in 2019. 

The Flintstones

Straight-up classic. While kids loved watching that show for its time period, it also catered to adults due to its underlying messages and dialogue that only the parents would get. “Meet the Flintstones” is a timeless theme. 


The horror mystery cartoon is one of the top five of all-time. With a cool set of characters, unique animation style, and the perfect music, you can tell this was an all-around spooky show. Not to mention, the theme song puts you right into the mix from the start asking, “Scooby-Doo Where are You?”

The Simpsons

The unique charm of this blue-collar show can be felt with the wholesome, “The Simpsons Main Title Theme” song. With cartoons, video games, movies, and merchandise, it’s had true staying power for over 30 years and 32 seasons. It looks like the phenomenon is still capturing the hearts of others within the fourth decade. 

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

This was one of the top-notch series of the 90s. The theme song is still such a relevant thing in worldwide culture from mainstream to hip-hop. The start Will Smith has gone on to sell massive amounts of records and put on numerous blockbuster movies throughout his career.