50 Best Cartoons Ever Aired on Cartoon Network

When it comes to watching cartoons, it really doesn’t matter how old you are. The 90’s really were the golden days of Cartoon Network when we used to come back from school and just relaxed with awesome cartoons. Here is the list of 50 best cartoons aired on Cartoon Network:

1) The Flintstones


Even though they are from the Stone Age, they are tech pro and find solutions for tough situations.

2) Johnny Bravo


As hot as he seems to be, he always tries his best to impress the girls. It is one of the funniest shows on Cartoon Network.

3) Scooby Doo


This show is one of the reasons why many of us got hooked to Cartoon Network. The mystery and the humour couldn’t have been combined in a better manner. Simply outstanding!

4) The Addams Family


The characters are quirky and the sarcasm makes it hilarious. One of the best families to hang around with.

5) The Mask


Inspired by the movie, this show is equally interesting, not to forget the good punch of action and comedy put together.

6) The Jetsons


Equipped with some excellent gadgets, this tech-savvy family is a treat to watch. Wonder if these gadgets are out in our world?

7) Swat Kats


These cats come in with a lot of swag. The action, plot and themes are all so mesmerising that they carry viewers to a different world altogether.

8) Powerpuff Girls


Bringing the girl power to a whole new level these cute little faces can really kick and punch.

9) Popeye


This show makes every child who watches it fall in love with spinach dreaming of those biceps.

10) Captain Planet and the Planeteers


The show is not just entertaining but also has a great message stating the importance of saving greenery.

11) Dexter’s Laboratory


This science fiction series portrays brother-sister fights in a unique and a creative way.

12) Dragon Ball Z


The adventures of Goku not only comes with a dash of fun but also shows some great martial arts and science fantasies.

13) X-Men


This animated series was one of the popular shows on Cartoon Network and we gathered around the television religiously to watch it in awe.

14) Batman


A superhero who never fails to impress and makes us wait for a dose of adventure with odd characters in every single show.

15) Ed, Edd n Eddy


This animated comedy series showcases the lives of three pre-teens who hatch plots to make some quick money.

16) Jonny Quest


The series shows the life of Jonny and his stint with adventures. His father is a scientist. An amazing series where every episode has something to look forward to.

17) Cow and Chicken


Even though this series poses an important question of how a cow and a chicken are related, it is amazing fun to watch.

18) Mike, Lu & Og


This series takes you through the adventurous lives of the three characters who are stuck on an island.

19) Courage the Cowardly Dog


A dog’s life is not easy. Courage is afraid of every mundane thing and the show was a treat.

20) Sailor Moon


The story revolves around an air-headed cry-baby named Serena and her friends Amy, Raye, Lita, and Mina. The girls change into Sailor Scouts.

21) The Moxy Show


The show centres around Moxy and the Flea, who is the sidekick of the dog. Simply hilarious!

22) Pokémon


This series was so famous that almost every kid was glued to the television. It is a perfect blend of action and excellent storytelling.

23) Space Ghost Coast to Coast


This animated talk show is quite unique as compared to the rest of the shows.

24) 2 Stupid Dogs


The show involves 2 dogs named as “The Big Dog” and “The Little Dog”. It captures the moments of the lives of these funny dogs in an amazing way.

25) I am Weasel


Originally a part of the Cow and Chicken show, this series was included in between the series.

26) Tom and Jerry


One of the most popular cartoon shows of the ‘90’s, Tom and Jerry is a favourite show for all age groups.

27) Beetlejuice


It is about the life of a Goth girl named Lydia Deetz and her undead friend Beetlejuice as they explore The Netherworld.

28) Fish Police


In the Fish City, a police detective battles hard-core criminals in the underwater world of fishes.

29) Road Rovers


This show is about how the normal dogs get transformed to become superheroes who rescue the world whenever needed.

30) Outlaw Star


The series is a space opera that takes place in the Toward Stars Era universe in which spacecraft are capable of traveling faster than the speed of light.

31) Gundam Wing


An ultimate entertainment series, it captures the adventurous lives of the Gundams.

32) ReBoot


In the computer world, Bob and his friends defend the systems from viruses and bad users.

33) Fat Dog Mendoza


The show has an obese dog, his costumed buddy, Piranha Mae, and onion Boy who fight various crimes in the city.

34) The Tex Avery Show


It is a showcase series that features Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Warner Bros. Cartoon shots are by famed animator Tex Avery.

35) Thundercats


It captures the adventures of the cat-like humanoid aliens called Thunderians from the planet of Thundera.

36) Freakazoid


The show portrays the life of the alter ego of geeky 16-year-old Dexter Douglas who is a superhero.

37) Superman – The Animated Series


This series was appreciated for its thematic complexity, quality animation, maturity and modernisation of its title character.

38) The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries


The characters are basically from the Looney Tunes and the series takes you through the adventures shared by these characters.

39) A Pup Named Scooby-Doo


This series shows the younger characters of the series with the same name and the various mysteries that the group solves.

40) Tenchi Universe


Tenchi Universe, an alternate universe retelling of the original Tenchi canon, involves the adventures of Tenchi Masaki.

41) Cave Kids


Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm: The series captures the adventures of Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm as pre-schoolers with Dino, the Flintstones’ family dog, acting as their babysitter.

42) All Dogs Go to Heaven


In an attempt to do the right thing, Charlie and Itchy often have to face several unpredictable situations.

43) The Pirates of Dark Water


The alien world of Mer is being devoured by an evil substance known as Dark Water, which is rescued and guarded by the young prince, Ren.

44) Rurouni Kenshin


The story narrates the life of a wanderer, Himura Kenshin, formerly known as the assassin “Hitokiri Battōsai”.

45) Mission Hill


The series takes place in a district called Mission Hill, a diverse neighbourhood in a much larger city.

46) Tom & Jerry Kids


Tom and Jerry are up to their old tricks: fighting, chasing, competing, and meanwhile entertaining us.

47) Cartoon Roulette


The series shows an assortment of cartoons including Birdman, Galaxy Trio and others.

48) Batman Beyond


This series explores the darker side of many Batman projects.

49) Alvin and the Chipmunks (1983 Series)


The series covers the adventures of a group of chipmunks and is a delight to watch.

50) Home Movies


The series follows eight-year-old Brendon, who makes videos with his friends Melissa Robbins and Jason Penopolis in his spare time.

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