Best Cartoons of the 90s
Probably one of the most iconic cartoons of all times, we realize �The Simpsons� didn't technically get their start in the 90′s, but since it was just a couple weeks shy we felt we could bend the rules a bit. The original run date was December 17, 1989, which was a date that set the bar for all cartoons in the next decade. The Simpsons quality has certainly declined of late, but during the 90′s it was consistently cranking out top notch entertainment, and easily takes the top spot on our list of best 90′s cartoons.
The Simpsons 1987 - 1989 cartoons rocked more, & even the 90s versions of it!
Bart Simpson is cute.
I gotta say that was easy. Its an original and came out before Family guy, Futurama, the Cleveland show, American dad and I'm not sure but maybe south park. Family guy, Futurama, the Cleveland show, American dad and south park are still funny though.
THE DARK KNIGHT BEST MOVIE EVER
My favourite Seasons Season 7.
Terrific characters & beautiful animation!
Unlike any other Cartoon back then.
The best cartoon ever
Being an original fan of the show I find myself still quite obsessed with it. It's an enjoyable fun hilarious cartoon with adult humor and slapstick.. non stop motion.. I'm still quite smitten with wakko he's just got that nurturing bubbly personality.. this is the best cartoon of the 90s the animation is better also compared to other shows
Absolutely faboo show amazing cast of characters love wakko and Skippy squirrel the script writing is something other shows couldn't deliver I loved how tiny toon characters appeared in the animaniacs.. this show always delivered something different and it always still captivates me I still get very excited about this show and the theme song including other songs still get stuck in my head it is one of the best shows of the 90s
This show easily treats my depression it's happy and upbeat being a kid watching this in the 90s was a total comfort watching it back now as an adult is still a comfort.. it's a fantastic show and I would be so lost without this 33 and still a massive fan
It's time for animaniacs and were zany to the max so sit back and relax you'll be laughing in your slacks cause we're animaniacs... This is gold
One of the more irritating and overrated cartoons. But if you like it then fine.
A comedic masterpiece
South park is awesome
Absolutely love this
Beavis and Butt-head first appeared on television on MTV back in 1993. Beavis and Butt-head are two teenage guys who get by obsessing over music videos, contemplating their sarcastic version of life and testing out really bad ideas. The show ended in 97, but it is still considered a pop icon of the nineties.
Archie Comics doesn't do well so far, so Beavis & Butthead could join in.
They should join in several Archie Comics.
They had an 8th & 9th season!
Best 1990s show ever.
Deserves more votes
This should be higher
This was so great
When SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on May 1 after the 1999 Kids Choice Awards, Nickelodeon didn't know they had just launched one of the most popular kids cartoons of all times. SpongeBob reached popularity in the middle of its second season, and hasn't slowed down since. The low-budget show proved that you didn't have spend a lot of money to make a lot, and eventually made way for cartoons like �The Fairly Odd Parents� and �Avatar: The Last Airbender�. The show follows a sea sponge (SpongeBob) and his best friend star fish (Patrick) on several of their adventures around their hometown of Bikini Bottom. The show is made to be enjoyed by kids and their parents by including more adult innuendos and soundtracks that feature artists like Wilco, The Shins, Twisted Sister and David Bowie (who appeared in the shows most watched episode of all times). SpongeBob is still going strong and can be viewed on Nickelodeon!
It's creative, hilarious, and well liked among people of all ages. You can watch it over and over and it will still be funny.
This isn't really a 90s show, is it? It was only around for half of 1999 before being the 2000s.
There could also be Mickey a Duck & Donald Mouse.
Because this is an anime
Should be number one
I watched this everyday
Should be at least 5th
This cartoon is reality
This should be higher
I love this show this is one of my favourites
it is the powerpuff girls not powerpuff boys I think you got confused with RowdyRuff Boys.
This show was everything.
In only could watch a few episodes of it, and since then, I never saw it again. But in these episodes, I learned that Rocko's Modern Life was indeed a hell of a good show! Good characters, crazy plots and a very special point of view towards being an adult. Absolutely love it!
Rocko's Modern Life is obsessive when you start watching it. Once you start, you can't stop.
This show was especially MADE for teenagers during Season 1. Dear God...
I am a true fan of this show.
Much like Futurama, Family Guy took everything positive from the cartoons of the early 90′s combined it with the lack of political correctness of the 2000′s and forged it's way through the depths of animated comedies. Family Guy, which first aired on January 31 of 1999, is one of the most iconic cartoons of all time, even producing a spin off show in �The Cleveland Show�. Focusing on the Griffin family, the show follows their day-to-day life in suburbia. The show often features other characters (Cleveland, Quagmire) but most story lines revolve around Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie and their trusty talking dog, Brian. Nothing on Family Guys is what it seems, but it seems like everything you�d want to see in a cartoon.
This was a great show tj and his gang was the thing in the 90s it was filled with adventure and mischief on the playground the characters all stood out uniquely even the background characters hustler kid. swinger girl. King bob. Upsidedown girl and the diggers they were all amazing this should be higher why it isn't ? Come on
Very funny made me go but in real life!
Loved watching this
This was enjoyable
Futurama might barely make my list, only premiering on March 28, of 1999, but the quality of the show makes it a must include. The show is essentially a workplace comedy, focusing on three main characters, Bender, Leela and Fry as they go about their days as �Planet Express� delivery employees. Futurama was officially canceled in 2003, but can still be seen as syndication on Comedy Central.
It's older than SpongeBob doesn't feel like it.
Daria, a spin-off of Beavis and Butt-head, also aired on MTV. Daria followed a misanthropic, intelligent high school aged girl (Daria) and her daily encounters with the world around her. The show often referred to the unfortunate circumstances that usually affect teens as well as references to pop culture, especially music. The series followed Daria through her awkward high school years and ended eventually with her graduation and acceptance into college. After 65 episodes and 2 T.V. movies, the series called it quits on January 21st of 2002.
Ren and Stimpy, a dog/cat pair, were one of the most neurotic duo's to hit television in the 90′s. When the show first started, it was described as frightening and often violent, which paired with the slow production schedule, caused the shows first director to be fired. When the show came back in 1993, it was re-formatted to suit the masses, and eventually led to four years of success for the show. The duo returned to television briefly in 2003, only to be removed once it began delving into plot-lines that were considered "too adult" for television.
All of the rest of these are crude. I grew up with ten and stimpy! The 90's cartoons were my childhood! There should be more cartoons on here like samurai jack and recess! Not these stupid meaningless badly influential shows! Bring Back these cartoons!
This cartoon is crude you can't even tell what these creatures are supposed to be.
Space Ghost Coast to Coast was one of the most refreshing and inventive cartoons to come out of the nineties. Set up like an animated talk show, the series brought back 60′s cartoon Space Ghost as the awkward, and sometimes painful show's host. Space Ghost's question often left the guests feeling confused and the audience was sometime led to believe the guests didn't even realize they were on a talk show. The cartoon was even equipped with a laugh track. Space Ghost opened up the network to other "talk show" concepts, which eventually made the way for spin offs like Cartoon Planet and The Brak Show.