Top 10 cartoons these days.by jc_2010 | created - 14 Aug 2011 | updated - 14 Aug 2011 | Public
These are honestly the best cartoons nowadays. These cartoons can be for kids and adults
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1. Adventure Time (2010–2018)
TV-PG | 11 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
A human boy named Finn and adoptive brother and best friend Jake the Dog, protect the citizens of the Land of Ooo from foes of various shapes and sizes.
This is probably the greatest cartoon I've ever seen. It's great for kids and it's incredibly popular with the late teens and early 20's demographic.
2. Regular Show (2009–2017)
TV-PG | 23 min | Animation, Action, Adventure
The daily surreal adventures of a blue jay and raccoon duo that attempt to deal with their mundane jobs as groundskeepers at the local park.
Another great show that Cartoon Network has produced. This show is also popular among the late teens early 20's demographic. There is a lot of somewhat hidden and mature jokes which makes it hilarious.
3. Phineas and Ferb (2007–2015)
TV-G | 15 min | Animation, Action, Comedy
Phineas and Ferb invent, scheme, and stay one step ahead of their bratty sister. Meanwhile, their pet platypus plots against evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz.
Probably the only good show that the Disney Channel has produced since the days of Even Stevens. This show actually promotes being intelligent. You don't see that a lot anymore.
4. Futurama (1999–2013)
TV-14 | 22 min | Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Fry, a pizza guy, is accidentally frozen in 1999 and thawed out New Year's Eve 2999.
This show had four great seasons and then was cancelled. But now its back on Comedy Central. Although the fifth season was somewhat a disappointment however, the sixth season has regained my love for this show.
5. South Park (1997– )
TV-MA | 22 min | Animation, Comedy
Follows the misadventures of four irreverent grade-schoolers in the quiet, dysfunctional town of South Park, Colorado.
Probably the longest and greatest show Comedy Central has to offer. Nuff said.
6. Archer (2009– )
TV-MA | 22 min | Animation, Action, Comedy
Covert black ops and espionage take a back seat to zany personalities and relationships between secret agents and drones.
FX's only animated show. Jon Benjamin voices the womanizing secret agent, Archer. Pretty much any show with Jon Benjamin in it is going to be great. (excluding Bob's Burgers)
7. The Amazing World of Gumball (2011– )
TV-Y7-FV | 11 min | Animation, Action, Adventure
The life of a 12-year-old boy who happens to be a blue cat as he lives with his family and other strange creatures.
I'm really not sure why I enjoy this show but I do. Maybe its the complete randomness or even the artistic style of the show. Either way, it's a pretty decent show.
8. Robot Chicken (2001– )
TV-MA | 11 min | Animation, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Pop culture references fly thick and fast as stop-motion animation is featured in sketches lampooning everything from television movies to comic books.
Who doesn't love claymation? Also Seth Green is one funny dude, and he continues to prove it in his show.
9. American Dad! (2005– )
TV-14 | 22 min | Animation, Comedy
The random escapades of Stan Smith, a conservative C.I.A. Agent dealing with family life, and keeping America safe, all in the most absurd way possible.
Probably the only good show Seth Macfarlane has made. Don't get me wrong, I used to watch Family Guy. But then I grew up and realized that jokes that have nothing to do with the story line aren't really funny. However, American Dad actually has a story line and actually commits to it.
10. The Looney Tunes Show (2011–2014)
TV-PG | 23 min | Animation, Comedy, Family
An updated iteration of the classic Looney Tunes characters focusing on their satirical misadventures living in suburbia.
This show takes the wackiness of the old Looney Tunes, and forces the characters to live together. It's kind of like a Looney Tunes Big Brother. Pretty good in my opinion.