20 Best and Most Popular Cartoon Network TV Shows

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20 Best and Most Popular Cartoon Network TV Shows
  1. Tom and Jerry

    Tom and Jerry is a show full of laughter in which a cat and a mouse keep on brawling. The best part about this epic series is that not only children but all ages find it entertaining, so the show lasted for many years. You can spend good quality time watching it with your whole family.

  2. Scooby-Doo

    Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! is one of the iconic cartoon shows that are legendary, and one can never forget. The show was aired on television in 1969 and was created by Hanna-Barbera. The cartoon features four teenagers named Fred Jones, Velma Dinkley, Daphne Blake, and Norville (popularly known as Shaggy), and their dog (Great Dane) named Scooby-Doo.

  3. Looney Tunes

    Looney tunes is an all-time favourite series of many children. The show got aired from 2011-2014. Several characters feature in the Looney Tunes show; the most famous ones are Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, Tweety, and Sylvester. The spectacular show focuses on all characters mocking misadventures living in Suburbia.

  4. Ed, Edd, n Eddy

    Ed, Edd, n Eddy is an animated series entertaining us by showing the life of three friends (Ed, Edd, and Eddy-usually referred to as ‘the Eds’) who have precisely the same name. The other group of characters includes Kevin, Nazz, Jimmy, Rolf, Sarah, and Johhny. The show was released in 1999 and kept on entertaining till 2008.

  5. The Flintstones

    The Flintstones was inspired by ‘The Honeymooners.’ The secret behind this show’s success is its cynical take on modern suburban culture using ludicrous dialogues and obsolete elements in a stone-age setting. The main characters of the Flintstones are Fred Flintstone, Wilma Flintstone, Barney Rubble, and Betty Rubble.

  6. Dexter’s Laboratory

    A great show depicting the misadventures of a genius boy (Dexter), an inventor with a hidden laboratory in his room, has kept a secret from his parents and her annoying sister (Dee Dee). Some other cheerful characters of the cartoon include Mom, Mandark, Monkey, Lalavava, Vanhallen, and Major Glory.

  7. Teen Titans Go!

    Teen Titans Go! is an epic fictional series showing the life of superhero room-mates who love saving the day, but the exciting part is to find out what happens when they are done fighting crime. The show features five main characters, including Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Star fire, and Beast Boy.

  8. Adventure Time

    The show is about a 12-year old boy (Finn the human) and his best friend (BMO) along with an astute dog (Jake) who is having magical powers and illustrates how they go through hypnagogic adventures with each other in a remote future. The series is based on the idea that chaos never helps; the only thing that can help is to find something. (See 15 Funniest Cartoon Characters of All Time)

  9. Steven Universe

    Many kids were deeply in love with this epic sci-fi series. The team of intergalactic warriors has only one mission in mind that is to ‘protect their universe. The primary characters of the cartoon were Steven (living up to a considerable standard), Pear; (dealing with loss), Garnet (who mostly remain under stress), and Amethyst (being the runt of the litter).

  10. Uncle Grandpa

    The misadventures of a magical uncle and grandpa make you laugh to the core. Pizza Steve, Mr Gus, Beary Nice, Belly Bag, and Evil Wizard plays a significant role in the cartoon.

  11. Pokemon

    Pokemon is one show that was considered to have the most addicting gameplay mechanics for kids. The kids went almost crazy for the series. One reason for such immense recognition is collecting all Pokemon characters and trading them based on their popularity. Moreover, Pokemon had great potential for merchandise, movies, TV shows, etc.

  12. Masters of Spinjitzu

    Ninjago is a Danish Canadian fictional series that broadcasted 13 seasons (2011-2019). Plentiful threats challenge the famous characters of the show- Kai, Zane, Nya, Lloyd, Cole, and Jay, and it is up to the Ninja to save the world. It is also said that Ninjago might reach the age of Bionicle by the next year.

  13. Johnny Bravo

    One of the most adorable animated TV series ‘Johnny Bravo’ best catchphrases that kids immensely love is ”Hey Baby! Anybody ever tells you I have beautiful eyes?” “Yeah, whatever.” It is an original Cartoon Network channel and an ideal choice for several young adults and teenagers. Basically, it is the story of a dumb blond man who is self-centred and deluded about his own machismo.

  14. The Powerpuff Girls

    It is the story of 3 sisters named Buttercup, Bubbles, and Blossom, who have magnificent superpowers. Along with them, the series includes other crucial characters, including Professor Utonium, Mojo Jojo (the villain of the show), Miss Sara Bellum (a tall, beautiful woman), Fuzzy Lumpkins (antagonist), and Miss Keane (the teacher). All the three girls save the world from monsters and other gross things.

  15. Mixels

    This show has entertained many teenagers and youths by picturing the misadventures of Mixels. Mixels are portrayed as colourful species that can get mixed to become more powerful Mixes or useless Murps.

  16. We Are Bears

    The show illustrates the story of 3 bears who covet to become a part of human society and do whatever it takes to act like humans. (See 30 Best Cartoon Characters of all time)

  17. Ben 10

    The significant character of the series Ben Tennyson discovered the Omnitrix, which is described as the alien device that is capable of transforming the wearer into ten different species, is adored by many children and youths.

  18. The Amazing World of Gumball

    An amusing series portraying the life of a 12-year-old boy (Gumball Watterson), a blue cat, and his adoptive brother Darwin Watterson who attend middle school in Elmore.

  19. Samurai Jack

    Samurai Jack is an American animated series that depicts two sides of Samurai Jack, one is emotionally stable, and the other is illogical and light-hearted.

  20. The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

    A comical series depicting a young boy (Flapjack) raised by a whale named Bubbie. Captain K’nuckles (a filthy rat) is also featured in the series who want to help their parents as they become gulls by a genie.

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