Last year we brought you Nat Geo Channel execs in all their ’80s glory. Now it’s on to the denim and pegged pants of the ’90s. In anticipation of the channel’s three-night miniseries “The ’90s: The Last Great Decade?” starting this Sunday, July 6 at 9pm ET, we present them as they appeared in that glorious decade. We admire their bravery.

New talent to speak on the show was just announced as well, including Jason Alexander, Roseanne Barr, Shannen Doherty, Courtney Love, Matthew Perry, Martin Sheen and James Van Der Beek.

Rock on!

Geoff Daniels, EVP and General Manager Nat Geo WILD

Geoff Daniels, EVP and General Manager Nat Geo WILD

Noel Siegel, SVP Development and Production National Geographic Channel

Noel Siegel, SVP Development and Production National Geographic Channel

Janet Han Vissering, SVP of Development and Production Nat Geo WILD

Janet Han Vissering, SVP of Development and Production Nat Geo WILD

Heather Moran, EVP Programming and Strategy National Geographic Channel

Heather Moran, EVP Programming and Strategy National Geographic Channel

Hayes Tauber, SVP Consumer Marketing

Hayes Tauber, SVP Consumer Marketing

 

 

Brad Dancer, SVP Program Planning and Research

Brad Dancer, SVP Program Planning and Research

Courteney Monroe, CEO National Geographic Channels

Courteney Monroe, CEO National Geographic Channels

Clara Kim, EVP Business and Legal Affairs National Geographic Channels US & International

Clara Kim, EVP Business and Legal Affairs National Geographic Channels US & International

Charlie Parsons, VP of Development National Geographic Channel

Charlie Parsons, VP of Development National Geographic Channel

Andy Baker, SVP, Group Creative Director National Geographic Channels

Andy Baker, SVP, Group Creative Director National Geographic Channels

 

Chris Albert, SVP, Communications and Talent Relations, NGC

Chris Albert, SVP, Communications and Talent Relations, NGC

 

 

 

 

 

 

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