Top 10 Best Cartoon Network Shows

Cartoon Network is an American television channel launched in 1992. It has been known for producing many successful animated television series for a variety of audiences.
The Top Ten
1 Ed, Edd n Eddy Ed, Edd n Eddy is a Canadian-American animated comedy television series created by Danny Antonucci for Cartoon Network, and the sixth of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. The series revolves around three preteen boys: Ed, Edd "Double D," and Eddy—collectively known as "the Eds"—who live in a suburban cul-de-sac in the fictional town of Peach Creek. Under the unofficial leadership of Eddy, the trio frequently invent schemes to make money from their peers to purchase their favorite confectionery, jawbreakers. Their plans usually fail, leaving them in various, often humiliating, predicaments. Adult cartoonist Antonucci was dared to create a children's cartoon; while designing a commercial, he more.

Undisputed! This show had zany characters, slapstick humor, hysterical sound effects, and a beautiful bow-on-top ending that gave nearly every character a satisfying conclusion to their arc. It's the greatest Cartoon Network show, no doubt!

This show brought back so many memories from my childhood. I was first introduced to it by my dad and immediately fell in love with the series. My brother and I would come home from school, immediately turn on the TV, and didn't care who was still watching their shows. I remember Eddy as a money-loving scam artist, which was the best comedy ever. Ed was the strong one but was much of an idiot, which made him my favorite character. Edd was the brainiac and the first person to blame when a scam failed. If I were to rate this show from 1 to 10, I would give it a 1,000.

I love Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy! It was an amazing show that demonstrated what Cartoon Network could really achieve with hard work and persistence. It was a work of art! Not many cartoons could reach the level of hilarity this cartoon provided. It is often regarded as a lesser show compared to Adventure Time or Regular Show, but I think that Cartoon Network's reputation would not have been as strong without Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy. This show deserves to be here! Whoever voted for this, good choice!

I fell in love with this show. Plank was awesome, and I genuinely enjoyed Ed, Edd, and Eddy's shenanigans. The series was really about them just trying to find their place in the neighborhood, and it brought me great joy - *SPOILER ALERT* - when they finally did in the finale.

Eddy's brother not being as amazing as he led on was such a surprise. I felt so bad for him but also laughed my ass off when he got what he deserved. Great characters, great plot, great animation... it's a great show. By far my favorite cartoon in the world.

2 Courage the Cowardly Dog Courage the Cowardly Dog is an American animated horror comedy television series created by John R. Dilworth for Cartoon Network as part of the network's Cartoon Cartoons block.

Boy, this was and always will be my favorite show. It teaches you so many values of life. Don't talk to strangers. You're not perfect, nor is anybody else. The last big lesson was that it's okay to be scared, as long as you have the courage to face that fear and overcome it. I truly learned important life factors from this show, yet it still captured the comical side of things through a scared pink beagle and his elderly farmhouse owners. Hopefully someday, this show might get a reboot that I've always wanted. Long live Courage.

John R. Dilworth really pushed the bounds with this show. Come on, anyone who remembers this show has memories of having nightmares about it, especially if they were in the 5-10 age range. And the funniest thing is, Cartoon Network gave no backlash to the show's creators. That's how episodes like The Mask were made. And you know how they did this? They combined the horror aspects with action and humor. On paper, this sounds stupid, but they pulled it off. And it was amazing. Here is a top 5 list of the best episodes in my opinion:
(5) The Mask
(4) The Night of the Scarecrow
(3) King Ramses' Curse
(2) Remembrance of Courage Past
(1) Evil Weevil

This cartoon is amazing! It is scary as heck, but I learned wonderful life lessons through it. True bravery doesn't come from being unafraid. It comes from taking action to do the right thing, even if you have to face your fears, like Courage did to save Muriel. And the episode "Perfect," with the quote from the talking fish, is just beautiful! Yes, this is the best cartoon ever!

I can't believe I used to not like this show that much as a kid. Courage the Cowardly Dog is actually such a well-written cartoon in the horror-comedy genre that will have you scared, laughing, crying - all those incredible emotions that you get from watching a good show. Ed, Edd n Eddy is still my number one favorite Cartoon Network show, but Courage the Cowardly Dog is also one of my favorite Cartoon Network shows as well.

3 Regular Show Regular Show is an American animated television series created by J. G. Quintel for Cartoon Network that premiered on September 6, 2010. The series revolves around the lives of two friends, a blue jay named Mordecai and a raccoon named Rigby—both employed as groundskeepers at a local park.

This show came out of nowhere and shattered my expectations of what was possible with cartoons. Besides Adventure Time and Phineas and Ferb, all the good cartoons seemed to be from the nineties. Then Regular Show went beyond the nineties' mold of greatness to prove not only that animation was still alive but also that it is still improving.

The concept of the main characters being boring, lazy, 20-something-year-old roommates working a dead-end job as park custodians is incredibly creative and simple. There is no funnier 15 minutes of television than "Caffeinated Concert," except maybe for "This Is My Jam."

I was born in 2001 and grew up watching shows like Dexter's Laboratory, Ed, Edd and Eddy, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Codename: Kids Next Door, The Powerpuff Girls, and The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. These shows are classics, and I loved them. For instance, Kids Next Door was thrilling with its blender machine guns, Battle-Ready Armor (B.R.A.), and a massive treehouse. Dexter's Lab fascinated me with its intelligence and cool tech, even down to Dexter's inexplicable European scientist accent despite being from an American family. Courage offered a mix of aliens, Muriel, and that haunting old windmill. Like I said, classics.

Then things began to change around 2009 and 2010. It seemed like everything went downhill, but in reality, it was a slow transition between eras. That's when Adventure Time and The Amazing World of Gumball emerged. I loved both, but I didn't watch Regular Show until much later. One late night, it was on, and I didn't understand it. Some lollipop guy ...more

I may be only a kid, so I'm not very good at writing reviews. However, this show is my pick for the best Cartoon Network show ever. I thought the first seasons were some of the greatest cartoons of all time, but the show did decline in quality in the final seasons. It is super funny and has some adult humor, but I think it's fine for kids.

Mordecai and Rigby are the two main characters. They are known for slacking off all the time at their job and try to make life as fun as possible. Their boss, Benson, hates them because they never complete their work. They always find a way to have fun but usually run into problems. There is some action and fighting, but not to the point where it becomes violent.

All in all, this is a very funny cartoon that ended too soon. It's my pick for the best Cartoon Network show.

I enjoy watching this show, but sometimes the situations are exaggerated. Here are some examples. Why do doughnuts loaded with sugar have to transport you to a weird place? Instead, they could just make Pops jumpy and naughty. Another example is spinning for a long time taking you to another weird place. What?! Lastly, breaking a ritual causing havoc appears in some episodes. Why does there have to be destruction for simply doing something wrong?

Overall, it's a fun and funny show. It could be improved by not exaggerating situations so much. But don't get me wrong, the show is AWESOME!

4 Adventure Time Adventure Time is an American animated television series created by Pendleton Ward for Cartoon Network. The series follows the adventures of a boy named Finn (voiced by Jeremy Shada) and his best friend and adoptive brother Jake (voiced by John DiMaggio)—a dog with the magical power to change shape and size at will. Finn and Jake live in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo. Throughout the show, they interact with the other main characters Princess Bubblegum (voiced by Hynden Walch), the Ice King (voiced by Tom Kenny), and Marceline the Vampire Queen (voiced by Olivia Olson). The series is based on a short produced for Nicktoons and Frederator Studios' animation incubator series Random! Cartoons. more.

This is my number one. It's such a good SHOW. I mean, it's targeted for like 9-year-olds and younger kids, but it has so much depth and complexity. There's character development, designs, and the end of the series last season was a chef's kiss. (I mean, it was a slightly underwhelming finish, but it was still satisfying.) 10 out of 10. It's my number one, but Steven Universe should be higher (it's my number two) and so should KND.

I LOVE this show. After the canceling of my two favorite shows, Teen Titans and Young Justice, I really needed to find a new one to enjoy. I love Adventure Time because even though it seems like it has no plot, it actually does. If you watch all the episodes, you'll realize that it has a deeper meaning. It's set in a post-apocalyptic world, which is fascinating. Most of the creatures are mutated except for Finn (and Betty). I love that there are collapsed buildings and cars, and some episodes flash back to before the Candy Kingdom was established.

I know there will always be people who dislike the show, but compared to other shows on Cartoon Network right now, it stands out. It may not surpass the older shows, but it definitely has more of a plot than most of the newer ones.

I can't believe that Regular Show comes before Adventure Time. I can understand Ed, Edd, and Eddy and Teen Titans, but Regular Show? Adventure Time is the BEST Cartoon Network show RIGHT NOW. Those who talk trash about the show just don't get it. When I first watched Adventure Time, I thought it was just another stupid little kids' show. But as I watched more episodes, the series got deeper and more interesting.

Adventure Time is one of the few shows where the characters actually age, and you can see how they progress from season 1. The characters are hilarious, the voice actors are amazing, and the songs are extremely catchy.

This show is outstanding and represents Cartoon Network at its best, along with Samurai Jack. Adventure Time has had so many great episodes that it has proven itself to be one of the best animated shows I have ever seen. Those who are criticizing it are often nostalgic '90s kids who think their childhood shows were superior. While Ed, Edd n' Eddy has its merits in slapstick and humor, I would argue that only a few episodes like "One+One=Ed," "Take This Ed and Shove It," and "Once Upon an Ed" are of 5-star quality. In contrast, Adventure Time has numerous episodes that are too numerous to count.

5 Teen Titans Teen Titans is an American animated television series created by Glen Murakami, based on the DC Comics characters of the same name.

Oh my gosh, I can't believe that this wasn't first, or even in the top ten. This show is so unique. It made me ROFL more times than I can count. But at the same time, it has serious storylines, deep character exploration, and a level of maturity that kid-friendly shows rarely have. It deals with mature themes like loss, revenge, betrayal, and many others. If you squint, you will see parallels to subjects like drug use and racism. It's just such a good show, and the five main characters are all so completely different yet come together for a cause. There's something in this cartoon for everyone.

Congratulations to the show for being in the top five, but I would definitely like to see it in the top three. The plot is stable, the animation is beautiful, and the characters are well-developed. There are amazing messages that go beyond being cheesy and easily forgotten. The show touches on issues like racism, drug use, mental instability, betrayal, revenge, and many more. I have grown up with this show and truly admire it.

The main characters' personalities are so different, making it interesting. As mentioned by another comment, they all come together for a cause and inspire all those who see it. There's also a good deal of comedy. Although comedy is not the only thing that drives this show, it certainly is the glue that holds it all together. I love that I can laugh along with the characters and, at the next moment, be ready to deal with their problems along with them. I feel as if I am there, inside the screen, experiencing every emotion, problem, and ...more

For about six years of my life, I never missed any episodes. I've probably seen every episode almost 20 times, yet I still find everything about the show interesting. Unlike most shows, Teen Titans didn't focus mainly on one character. Season 1 was about Robin and his challenges with Slade. Season 2 focused on Terra and the entire situation with Slade. Season 3 was about Cyborg discovering himself. Season 4 was about Raven overcoming her past. And Season 5 was about Beast Boy and his past.

Then, you always get three or four Starfire episodes per season. The show had a level of maturity that most other kid-friendly shows don't have and goes deep into the characters. The relationships between characters are so unique and intriguing. The Starfire and Robin relationship is, in my opinion, the best relationship between characters that Cartoon Network has ever had. This is easily my favorite show ever, and I will definitely watch Season 6 if it comes out.

Teen Titans is one of the greatest shows ever aired on Cartoon Network and Toonami from 2003 to 2006. It remains a classic reminder that rebooted TV series, like Teen Titans Go, can never capture the entertainment value of the original and often end up being horrible and widely disliked. Here's some inside information: I've heard a rumor going around that Teen Titans is getting a season 6.

I've had enough of that Teen Titans Go garbage. The time has come to bring back the original series of Teen Titans to Cartoon Network and put an end to Teen Titans Go once and for all.

6 The Amazing World of Gumball The Amazing World of Gumball is a British-Australian-German-American-Irish children's animated television series created by Ben Bocquelet for Cartoon Network.

Once Adventure Time ended and COVID hit, followed by this show's ending, I was really going through a tough time. Especially when I heard they canceled the movie.

Although not the first animated series to incorporate different animation styles, this is maybe the most unique one yet. It's a good combination of surreal and satirical comedy, fantasy, and incorporation of multiple animation styles. This is perhaps one of the best Cartoon Network series of all time. Character personalities were strongly established, which perfectly fits with good comedy script writing. It feels like watching a sitcom, but it's a cartoon. I rate this cartoon series 10/10 for great animation, well-crafted comedic script, and voice acting.

I grew up with shows like Ed, Edd and Eddy, Dexter's Lab, Teen Titans, and Samurai Jack. When those shows ended in the 2002-2004 era, I had literally nothing to watch on Cartoon Network. Then one day, my little sister was watching this new show. I couldn't take my eyes off the screen. With the sanity level of Ed, Edd and Eddy, and the characters and plot reminiscent of Dexter's Lab, I instantly fell in love. That was in 2012.

Now, I'm going to turn 18 next month, and I still mentally live in Gumball's amazing world. This show, along with Adventure Time and Regular Show, were the golden era shows of Cartoon Network. Thanks for dropping this one, Cartoon Network.

This is the best show I've ever seen. The animation is awesome, unique, and very cool. Just think about how hard it probably is to blend all the different elements together and also integrate them with real backgrounds. Awesome!

Now, the comedy. Pure genius. That's all I can say about it. I can laugh so hard I almost choke! Only a few shows can make me do that.

The characters are very likable and all have unique personalities. They all have moments to be hilarious and cool. They can be anything, and that's one of the reasons this show is so special.

In terms of originality, this show doesn't have a very clear plot, but it's still great. It is very original at times but can also take old plots and make them better! I've never seen a boring episode in this show. And let's not forget all the heartwarming moments this show has had. Remember Anais in "The Painting"? At the end, she stated that she loves her family just the way they are! That puts a big smile on your ...more

7 Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is an American animated television series created by Craig McCracken for Cartoon Network Studios.

Almost all of the shows on Cartoon Network were good, but Foster's Home was my favorite. It had a simple art style and an episodic plot. The characters fit the show well because, at the end of the day, Foster's was a home for Imaginary Friends created from the minds of kids. The main characters, Mac and Bloo, complement each other really well. Bloo was my favorite character. He was annoying yet charming. The supporting cast is also very diverse and good. If you can get past the simplistic formula of the show, it's great. It's a shame it didn't have a "proper" ending.

Please put this back on the air! I can't see a future plot for it to rebroadcast, but I loved it. Alliteration, sarcasm, and elements designed to engage kids were all wonderfully executed.

Very creative, vibrant, strange, and, well, imaginative! This show had endless possibilities with its setup, and it took every advantage of them to create such an interesting world. The animation style was creative and interesting, featuring tons of unique character designs. Not to mention the snappy humor and wacky writing. This show is a classic in my book.

The creativity behind this show was priceless. Foster's was amazing and had everything a good show needed: lovable characters, witty scenes and dialogue, and enough spark in the story to keep you tuned in.

8 The Powerpuff Girls The Powerpuff Girls is an American animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken for Cartoon Network. The main characters of this show are Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. The show is about the Professor Utonium creating three little superhero girls that save the day from villains. This show has an anime spinoff made in Japan, three specials, a movie in theatres, and a reboot. The show aired from 1998 to 2005.

I love this show. Blossom is so smart. Bubbles is always happy. Buttercup is always tough. Professor Utonium is very fatherly. Ms. Keane is a great teacher. The Mayor is so funny. Ms. Bellum is really kind. Mojo Jojo was horrible, just horrible. Him was extremely scary, just scary. Sedusa was a horrible young woman. The Amoeba Boys are very silly. Princess is more obnoxious than Janet from The Magic School Bus. Fuzzy Lumpkins is really short-tempered. The Gangreen Gang are worse than Hyp, Nod, and Mutt from The Land Before Time. Ace is too skinny and too slim. Snake is too thin and too skinny. Lil Arturo is too short. Grubber is gross. Big Billy is too fat and too round.

Best show in the whole wide world. Who thinks they should make a spin-off called The Rowdyruff Boys Show? That would be awesome. We would get to see what the boys are doing at home or what they're up to - planning trouble, or running into some fast-food places or cool game stores, or the boys going to the beach. They could make an episode where they meet the Powerpuff Girls again and become friends, but then they turn into enemies again with an epic battle. Please make that spin-off! That would be a dream and the best spin-off ever.

This was the cartoon that changed the way I felt about being a girl altogether. I was quite a lonely kid growing up. I never had any real friends or sisters. Sometimes being a tomboy was tough because I still liked ponies, mermaids, little animals, and cute stuff. Being the only sister sometimes made me feel lonely, especially when I had three brothers who did everything together, singling me out.

That all changed when I saw this show at just age 10. This cartoon helped me through hard times, from long days of struggling to sit still in school, to times when people would humiliate and hurt me with things they'd said and done. Whenever I'd relax in the evening to some Cartoon Network, or come home from school, or wake up on weekends in time for the Powerpuff Girls to be on, my mood would instantly change, bringing a huge smile to my face.

Not only that, but it was the one show that piqued my interest immediately. Trying to find when it was on took some time. When you have ...more

This is the best cartoon ever. It's one of the funniest cartoons I've ever seen. People shouldn't judge it just because the main characters are girls! The Powerpuff Girls movie was Cartoon Network's first original movie and has such a large merchandise line that they have PPG airplanes (real ones)! I think it should be at least in third place. People who dig into graphic violence and comedy should watch this.

9 Dexter's Laboratory Dexter's Laboratory is an American comic science fiction animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network, and the first of the network's Cartoon Cartoons. The show is about a kid scientist named Dexter that has a sister named Dee Dee that keeps breaking into his lab.

The credits song got me a little hyped at times, but this show was awesome. Being a kid genius, it shows and exemplifies the quality of being curious and great at inventing/making/conceiving. But it still shows that even the smartest people can make mistakes, which includes family and even friends at times. This show is my epitome.

Alright, I just want to know why the heck this isn't number one. I mean, I love E, but not as much as this. This is just classic. It's way better than most of the overrated, mediocre stuff ahead of it. Pretty much all of them, except for E, Tom, Kerry, and maybe Fosters.

This show was plain amazing because it was so simple at times but still so funny. How Didi wrecks everything at some point in the show and how Dexter flips out - it was plain comedy.

Dexter's Laboratory will forever be my #1 most favorite Cartoon Network show of all time. I watched two episodes of this show around 2011 at one of my cousin's houses, and even today, I will always love this show.

10 The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (also known as Billy & Mandy) is an American animated television series created by Maxwell Atoms for Cartoon Network, and is the 14th of the network's Cartoon Cartoons (albeit namely when it was part of Grim & Evil; the show is considered separate from Cartoon Cartoons otherwise). It follows two children named Billy — a slow-witted boy — and Mandy — the cynical best friend — who, after winning a limbo game to save Billy's pet hamster, gain the mighty Grim Reaper as their best friend in eternal servitude and slavery.

This show is one of the most underrated Cartoon Network shows of all time. Everything about it was amazing: this show had an excellent sense of humor, amazing voice acting, and good plots in their episodes. I highly recommend this show. 9.5/10.

The person who said, I still can't believe that people hate this show, is right. I mean, this is nearly the Cartoon Network version of Invader ZIM. Ironically, the voice of Billy was also the voice of ZIM! Of course, that's not because it has a similar plotline, but because it has dark humor. It's funny for both kids and adults. Also, Grim teaches us that even if your friends use you, don't listen to them if they are mean, and make the best of friendship.

It's too bad that this show was canceled. You're right about that. The people who hate Billy and Mandy, also known as Grim & Evil, have no life and have no idea what they're talking about.

I still can't believe that people hate this show. I mean, this is nearly the Cartoon Network version of Invader ZIM (ironically, the voice of Billy was also the voice of ZIM)! Of course, that's not because it has a similar plot line, but because it has dark humor. It's funny for both kids and adults. Also, Grim teaches us that even if your friends use you, don't listen to them if they are mean, and make the best of friendship. It's too bad that this show was cancelled.

Billy and Mandy are awesome. It was very creative. I mean, little kids and the Grim Reaper?! Who else would ever come up with that? This show reminds me of Ren & Stimpy (and maybe Flapjack), a show that has toilet jokes but is actually funny. The humor is mostly dark, evilish humor, similar to Invader Zim. I know I'm probably going to get some hate for this, but I think Billy & Mandy is even better than Invader Zim. This is just my opinion, remember. Anyway, 10 out of 10. Bring this classic show back, Cartoon Network!

The Contenders
11 Steven Universe Steven Universe is an American animated television series created by Rebecca Sugar for Cartoon Network. The show's based around a young boy by the name of Steven Universe, who is a hybrid of a gem and a human. He lives with his gem friends, Garnet, Amethyst and Pearl.

The show began as something phenomenal and ended phenomenally. Steven, in the end, grew past what he was dealing with instead of holding it in like the gems did for so long. It showed that he was hurting, and as people he helped and loved were leaving and developing into their own, he felt less needed. Because of this, he ended up hurting the people he had helped, until they helped him in return. It truly was a beautiful series, and it deserves nothing less than the No. 5 spot.

For the longest time, I thought this show was no different from all the other dumb cartoons coming out. Therefore, I avoided it for years. After watching it later, I can't begin to tell you what I was missing. This show helped me find myself during one of the hardest times in my life. It taught me to look at relationships and many other aspects of life from a different perspective.

The first 30 episodes were rather inconsistent, but after that, it got really good. Trust me, you need those first 30 mediocre episodes. However, this show is not for everyone. I still understand why a lot of people don't like it.

Cartoon Network has had some great shows in its time. Recently, there have been some lame shows on Cartoon Network. The only good ones now are Regular Show, Gumball, and maybe Adventure Time (not so much nowadays).

Steven Universe came along and it's one of the best cartoons I've ever seen. Unlike most shows today, it follows a storyline. Every episode is important. It's groundbreaking in that it has representation of different races and sexualities. It also includes a beautiful soundtrack and diverse, well-developed characters. It may not seem like much from the outside, but if you gave it a chance, you'd see just how amazing it can be.

Steven Universe should be at the top. I know many people say, "Steven Universe is stupid. I watched the first episode and it sucks." You see, that's where they're wrong. If you've only watched the first episode, then you don't know the beauty and true definition of the show.

To me, Steven Universe isn't just a show about a boy. It's about how the boy learns about who he is and what his past and future may be like. Garnet, to me, symbolizes love - true love in which two beings combine together and form their love. Pearl is very skilled and wishes that Rose Quartz was there to help her, but Pearl also has a mean side, like when Peridot said Pearl was very common and should have a master, Pearl just punched her. Amethyst is cool, rocks out, and loves to eat junk. She is the definition of the stray from the gems. But Steven knows Amethyst, and to him, she is his big sister. I thank my friend Kristin for showing me the true meaning of Steven Universe.

12 Codename: Kids Next Door Codename: Kids Next Door (also known as Kids Next Door or by its acronym KND) is an American animated television series created by Mr. Warburton for Cartoon Network.

I can't think of any other show that is 100000% better as an adult.

The show is fueled by a child's perspective and understanding of the world, and it is exaggerated into a CSI world. It's a secret organization of kids fighting adult tyranny. Think of it as a G-rated animated version of Lord of the Flies, but it's not a sausage fest, and there's slightly less killing.

The show had very memorable and likable characters, multiple plot twists, and best of all, it was funny. Even as an adult, it is genuinely, unironically funny.

"What's a bra?"
"And what's she TRAINING for?"

It brings you back to those good old days of being an innocent kid, and as an adult, you can really appreciate the satire and allegories in the show.

The series finale is by far the best series finale of any show on CN. It is surprisingly sophisticated for something that came out of Cartoon Network. While it's not the most satisfying, at the same time, that's kind of what makes it ...more

This show was practically my whole childhood. KND had an amazing plot, great characters, and gave kids an amazing imagination! The episodes were gripping. Once you started, you couldn't stop. The ending was probably the best finale ever, and I hope they can restart with new episodes - maybe featuring the children of the original characters and their adventures!

The ideas for the weapons are incredible, like turning a simple blender into a machine gun! Everything a kid could ever dream of unfolds before your eyes. Even if you're older, this show takes you back to that time you spied on your parents and sprayed your sibling with a water gun.

Even if this wasn't number one on this list, I am insanely happy this show made it to the top ten at least. This show was absolutely amazing and it was one of my favorite shows (and still is). I honestly think they should make a new version of the show, featuring the characters as high school teens or something. Alternatively, they could continue the existing seasons. This was a great show and I will always be upset that it was cancelled.

I can't even put into words the nostalgia that I feel when discussing this show. This cartoon was fantastic, funny, and perhaps most importantly, kids could really relate to parts of it, like hating homework and doing chores. The show was awesome, and the movie did it justice. It easily deserves a spot in the top 10.

13 Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo is an American animated television series created by Van Partible for Cartoon Network, and the second of the network's Cartoon Cartoons.

Cartoon Cartoons were the best shows CN has ever aired. All of them were unique in some way. But Johnny Bravo tops them all! I mean, how can you not laugh at an overconfident meathead getting turned down by yet another woman in a very bizarre way? Clearly, it's the funniest CN show ever.

Definitely one of the best cartoons that was ever aired. It's a shame the channel, formerly known as Cartoon Network, has stepped down to low-quality cartoons such as Adventure Time and Regular Show. I guess animators and story writers just aren't what they used to be. Johnny Bravo should be in the top ten.

My favorite cartoon shows are Johnny Bravo, Dexter's Laboratory, Cow and Chicken, Pink Panther, Popeye, Courage the Cowardly Dog, and Ed, Edd 'n Eddy. I like old cartoons. I think Johnny Bravo is the best one.

When Johnny Bravo appears on the screen, I start laughing. He always tries to impress girls with his body, in vain! And his voice is so funny!

14 Looney Tunes Looney Tunes is an American animated series of comedy short films produced by Warner Bros. from 1930 to 1969 during the golden age of American animation, alongside its sister series Merrie Melodies.

The Looney Tunes is the most hilarious show ever. The funniest character for me is Porky. The best episode was when the African sand spider went on Porky Pig's face. And there are other characters like Daffy, Bugs, Lola, Yosemite Sam, and loads more. It's the best show in a million years, better than The Amazing World of Gumball by far! Go, Looney Tunes, yeah!

Looney Tunes are the greatest cartoons on the planet. They are way above anything else on this list. With classic characters - admit it, you can name most of them - the characters are the best cartoon characters in the world.

This list is wrong! Regular Show, Ed, Edd and Eddy are mindless enough that I could make them on my own, and they would be just as good. The new Looney Tunes, "The Looney Tunes Show," is very funny. Especially when Daffy does a "Daffy Move" (something stupid).

Though I have grown up, I still love to watch it. I watch it both in Hindi as well as in English. I used to watch it daily. It was one of my favorite cartoon shows. I always wondered if I could get myself on TV and play with Bugs Bunny, Lola, Tweety, Sylvester, and all the other cute little characters.

15 Samurai Jack Samurai Jack is an American action-adventure chanbara animated series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network. The series premiered on August 10, 2001, with a TV movie called The Premiere Movie, before ending in its fourth season on September 25, 2004, without concluding the story. A revival was produced twelve years later, giving the fifth and final season that concludes the series, which premiered on Adult Swim's Toonami on March 11, 2017.

Trust me, folks, Samurai Jack Season 5 has been a thrilling roller coaster ride so far. And believe me, it was well worth the admission price. Not only is the revival faithful to the original, but it also manages to continue to be a phenomenal masterpiece that appeals to both old and new fans. Even though I sadly never watched Samurai Jack as a kid, seeing it come back and aimed at a more mature audience, while still keeping the charm of the original series, truly proved to be one of the best animated TV series I saw all year in 2017.

I agree with this being number 2, but this show is... incredibly amazing! I was so annoyed when CN canceled it and replaced it with subpar content. I'm not counting shows like The Amazing World of Gumball, Regular Show, and Adventure Time, which are good. I just enjoyed seeing Samurai Jack kick Aku and his henchmen's butts. The amazing detail and care they put into the show thrilled me. This is clearly the most underrated TV show on Cartoon Network!

Yeah, Cartoon Network really messed up this show in 2004. Seriously, how did this show get ruined so badly? It's one of Genndy's best cartoons ever made. However, what I think has to be the best performance goes to Phil LaMarr. So please, Cartoon Network, bring this show back and give it a real run, something that The Simpsons didn't deserve. I'm looking for an apology from Cartoon Network.

Okay... I love Cartoon Network. Love it, love it, love it. There are many shows I could consider for the top spot ('Adventure Time,' 'Steven Universe,' 'Ed, Edd 'n Eddy,' 'Powerpuff Girls,' 'Courage,' 'Fosters,' 'Teen Titans,' 'Regular Show'...). But I ultimately had to go with this underrated, artistic masterpiece.

This show has an epic mysticism to it that only 'Avatar' can hope to reach in terms of recent cartoons. It transcends what TV cartoons are capable of. It is unique, beautiful, and magical. The only other CN show that comes close to that level is 'Steven'... others I love incredibly. But 'Samurai Jack' is an elegiac work of art - minimal dialogue, stunning visuals, great characters, stunning atmosphere, and ambience. It was a tough choice, but it's the network's most unique show, and my number one.

16 Tom & Jerry Tom and Jerry is an American animated series of comedy short films created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. Best known for its 161 theatrical short films by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the series centers on a rivalry between the title characters Tom, a cat, and Jerry, a mouse. Many shorts also feature several recurring characters.

If there is truly a LEGEND in our world, then it is this show. Spanning over more than 80 years of airing, it is still being broadcast every day. With new productions and old episodes, it's translated into most languages of the world. It can be seen everywhere around the globe, wherever there is a TV. This is one of the most beloved cartoons of all time, one of the few that made a deep mark on history - a legacy that cannot be forgotten. This show deserves the first position!

I have watched Tom and Jerry ever since I was a little kid. I'm 13 and I still love Tom and Jerry. It was one of the best shows that Cartoon Network ever made, besides Samurai Jack, The Amazing World of Gumball, Teen Titans, and more. It was great seeing a smart mouse beating up a not-so-bright cat. Ahh! Those were the days!

My childhood revolved around watching the iconic cat and mouse cartoon on cloudy afternoons. Six-year-old me loved this show, and I still love it to this day. I can't understand why this show isn't in the number one spot.

Since I was a little kid, I've always liked Tom & Jerry. It has appealing humor for many people, as it's a turn-the-table scenario. Some of the exaggerated faces from the slapstick humor are bloody brilliant!

17 Chowder Chowder is an American animated television series created by C.H. Greenblatt for Cartoon Network. The series follows an aspiring young child named Chowder and his day-to-day adventures as an apprentice in Chef Mung Daal's catering company.

I can't believe this show is not getting the attention it deserves! Someone FINALLY made a show entirely based on food! The characters all have great personalities, and it makes me want to tear my hair out if this show does not continue. I can't compare this show to any other out there. Why did they have to cancel it? Chowder is my all-time favorite Cartoon Network show ever! Even though the theme song may be embarrassing for adults to hear, I still love this show.

Have any of you ever played the game Punch Time Explosion XL? Well, Chowder's in it, and he's most like Kirby from Super Smash Bros. In fact, the game is an exact replica of Super Smash Bros, but with different everything. I love this show more than any other show on this planet. Thank you, Cartoon Network, thank you.

Way better and had actual comedy, not just idiots doing stupid stuff. (I'm talking to you, all things in the top ten and Adventure Time.) This had stuff that even adults laugh at.

Love this show! It was creative and hilarious. It also made me hungry. I can't believe I used to hate this show. I love the animation style. It mixes 2D, stop motion, and puppetry.

In my opinion, this is the greatest Cartoon Network show since Codename: Kids Next Door. Sure, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and Camp Lazlo were good, but I haven't rated a CN show this highly since KND.

18 We Bare Bears An animated comedy show by Daniel Chong about three different species of bears - Grizzly, Panda and Ice bear (polar bear). Since they were little, they wanted to get adopted by owners separately. But then they missed each other too much, so they reunited again. Now as adults, they now live in a cave together in the forest, having heaps of great adventures.

We Bare Bears is a good show, in my opinion. However, there is a significant flaw that frequently appears on the show, and that is Panda.

Panda is an overly-sensitive, insecure, and romantic bear who often tries, but fails, to be the voice of reason. Among the numerous mistakes that mar this otherwise great show is the following:

Paris Syndrome. Panda constantly dreams about the beautiful City of Lights. However, in his extremely limited mindset (if he even has one), he imagines it as the City of the Fulfillment of Panda's Amorous Dreams, or the City that was built specifically for Panda's need to be loved by a girl. While it's true that French girls are attractive, Panda's mind can't seem to handle information beyond the topic of romance.

In conclusion, We Bare Bears is a cool show, but Panda is a real jerk. On the bright side, he does have some redeeming qualities, such as his ability to use technology, even if it's excessive.

This show should definitely be in the top 20! At first, I thought it would be a lazy attempt to appeal to the new generation. However, it's a very well-paced show with clever commentary on media addiction, the challenges of adapting to life in a big city, and even some messages about discrimination. I hope they eventually make an episode focused solely on discrimination, but as it stands, this is a very intelligent and well-thought-out series. It's actually my favorite cartoon right now.

In my opinion, this is one of the better shows from Cartoon Network. It avoids crude humor and excessive inappropriate scenes, which I appreciate. The show is low on the list for two reasons: 1) it was only made in July 2015, and 2) the show airs only 10 times a week.

If this show were paired with successful revivals of The Amazing World of Gumball and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, the channel could see high viewership rates for all three shows. This success could positively influence future shows as well.

I'm not usually a fan of slice-of-life cartoons. I find shows like Clarence and Powerpuff Girls 2016 boring as hell. However, We Bare Bears makes this simple concept of three bears incredibly fun. The stories are interesting, the animation looks great, the theme song is catchy, and the writing is fantastic. I think this show should be at least #9 or #10 on this list because it's really good!

19 Ben 10 Ben 10 is a media franchise created by Man of Action Studios and produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The franchise revolves around a boy named Ben Tennyson who acquires a watch-like alien device, the Omnitrix, which allows him to transform into ten different alien creatures.

Ben 10 was, is, and probably will forever be my favorite cartoon ever. It sparked my interest in making cartoons and is the reason I am who I am today. This show taught kids everywhere that you don't always need powers to be a hero. You just need to be brave and committed. I can never sing this show's praises enough.

The best thing my eyes ever saw. I instantly fell in love with the show - the amazing animation, the great and unique concept, and the storyline of the entire franchise, along with unique abilities, stakes, humor, and drama. Following it to its fourth series was an emotional, joyful, and satisfying ride.

The original Ben 10 is the best Ben 10 cartoon. Ben 10 Alien Force, Ben 10 Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10 Omniverse were okay, but the original is the best one. The brand new Ben 10 cartoon that came out last year in 2016 is okay, but still, the original is the best one. Ben 10 (2016), the brand new Ben 10 cartoon, is the worst Ben 10 cartoon - worse than Ben 10 Alien Force, Ben 10 Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10 Omniverse.

Easily the best kids' cartoon CN has ever put out. Alien Force was great as well, but this was the best. Can I also take a second to state how awful Omniverse was?

20 Pokemon Pokémon, abbreviated from the Japanese title of Pocket Monsters and currently advertised in English as Pokémon: The Series, is a Japanese anime television series, which has been adapted for the international television markets. It was first broadcast in Japan on April 1, 1997, in the United States on September 8, 1998.

This show is literally my childhood. I watched Pokemon Pearl for countless years until it stopped running on TV. I loved the fierce battles, the awesome characters, and, of course, the Pokemon! To be honest, the new ones are a joke. They make Ash seem so annoying. They also got rid of Brock, who was a pretty cool character and was even in the original series. I remember laughing so hard every time he fell for a girl, literally.

As a kid, I had Pokemon cards, toys, knick-knacks, and even a Pikachu stuffed animal. And yes, to be honest, Pikachu was even my imaginary friend.

I started watching this summer, and since then, I haven't missed an episode of the series XY. I really like how Clemont is an inventor, but every single invention he makes fails horribly. I also think Team Rocket should NOT try to steal Pikachu, even though it's hilarious how they fail every time. This is easily the best show on Cartoon Network right now.

This is the best TV show in the whole world because it features all the new Pokémon and even a new Pokémon League. It's challenging but very fun, especially with the new Pokémon. I beat it in 29 hours.

Pokémon, Bakugan, Beyblade - there are probably even more, but I just can't remember them right now. I love these shows, but I always lose interest right after a certain season and get lazy, quitting my watching. Despite that, I do love these shows. Tenkai Knights was the only one I watched until the very end.

21 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated

Which Scooby-Doo show are you talking about? Other than the original Scooby-Doo from the '70s, there are at least four different spin-offs. There's "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo," which was pretty good, even if Fred was always trying to pin it on that red-haired bully he had a rivalry with. Then there's "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" which was the best spin-off in my opinion. It felt like they took the original Scooby-Doo and put them in a more modern setting, giving us some good straight-to-DVD movies like "Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost," "Scooby-Doo and the Loch Ness Monster," "Scooby-Doo Vampire Rock," etc.

There's also "Scooby-Doo, Mystery Inc.," which was pretty good, but not the best. Although, I was constantly rolling my eyes at Fred's trap obsession. Finally, there's "Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get a Clue," a show that, in my opinion, should be destroyed. This show was more insulting as a spin-off than "Loonatics Unleashed." At least "Loonatics Unleashed" was pleasing to look at and ...more

It's pretty original on a scale, but the Cartoon Network spinoffs are basically the same thing, with a few minor differences like a different character every now and then. All in all, though, it's an original show that's still fun to watch.

I can't believe this isn't at least in the top 20 or top 10. This show is different from other shows because it actually has songs in each episode. My favorite part in each episode is the chase scenes with the background song.

Scooby-Doo is a classic and a major part of my childhood. It's a significant reason why I'm going into law. I love mysteries, and it helped me decide that I wanted to become a detective.

22 Total Drama Island Total Drama Island is a Canadian animated television series which premiered in Canada on Teletoon on July 8, 2007 and on June 5, 2008 in the U.S.

Okay, now THIS is one of the shows that deserves a higher ranking. This is the only show on Cartoon Network that seemed like an actual reality show, except animated. It has to be in the top 3 of the best shows I've watched on Cartoon Network. It's a great show that has you rooting for one of the characters to win the prize money. In my opinion, this show is very emotion-provoking, making you love or hate characters. Overall, this is a great show that deserves a higher ranking.

We don't often get a show that pushes boundaries the way the censors have put in place, and this show just stands out. Sure, it isn't for everyone, but it's unique and makes people want to tune in every week just to cheer for their favorite character in hopes that they win the million. Even at its worst, Total Drama Island and its sequels have kept us coming back for more.

With all its different characters and their varying personalities, along with the show's variety, this show deserves the number 1 spot. It's also the easiest show to relate to. We all want a million bucks, and let's be honest, we would do anything for it. It's the kind of show that makes you binge-watch the entire series within two days after you watch the first episode.

TDI is actually hilarious. When I was younger and first watching it, I thought it was revolutionary in terms of survival tasks and the million-dollar prize. Then I heard of Survivor and other shows like it. TDI then became even better for me because the amount of funny parody moments it has is unbelievable. It's not Cartoon Network's best, but definitely in the top 15.

23 Camp Lazlo Camp Lazlo is an American animated television series created by Joe Murray and produced by his company Joe Murray Productions with Cartoon Network Studios.

How is Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy in the top ten but Camp Lazlo isn't? HOW? The show is really funny and a little educational. I've been watching Camp Lazlo since the day it started on Cartoon Network, and I think that the show should at least be in the top five!

This should be higher. It's like a mix between Rocko's Modern Life and SpongeBob, in my opinion, and it's a pretty good show.

This should be above Teen Titans Go!

This show is so underrated!

24 Dragon Ball Z Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese anime television series produced by Toei Animation. Dragon Ball Z follows the adventures of Goku who, along with the Z Warriors, defends the Earth against evil. The action adventures are entertaining and reinforce the concept of good versus evil. Dragon Ball Z teaches valuable character virtues such as teamwork, loyalty, and trustworthiness.

This show has action, story, and characters - it's packed with awesome moments where great things blow up lesser things! Everyone talks about classics, but this show dates back to the '80s, even though Cartoon Network started in '92. At first, I didn't understand anything about the show.

However, once I started watching it evolve from a baby with a tail to a grown-up god without a tail, it felt extremely awesome. The two Goku vs. Vegeta fights were incredible, featuring a four-hour battle between a monkey and a gender-ambiguous alien. Then there's a pink character who somewhat resembles Kirby and consumes people with his body. Where do people come up with stuff like this? Out of all the shows, this is the must-see classic. It takes some getting used to, trust me.

Dragon Ball Z has the best action in the world. In my opinion, Goku, Gohan, Goten, and Trunks are the best characters. This show is even appropriate for kids, as it's rated TV-PG. The DBZ characters have awesome transformations. No other anime has better action than DBZ. I hope Cartoon Network can bring back the original DBZ in HD. When you see this show, you won't regret watching it. The Buu Saga and Cell Games are the best parts of DBZ! DBZ has many episodes and is number one in my book!

This is my favorite show that I've ever watched. It has a very good story mode. The characters I like the most are Goku, Vegeta, and Gohan. The main reason I like this show is that it gives ideas to real fighters: the more you fight and practice, the stronger you grow. That's it.

Dragon Ball Z is one of the best anime/manga I've ever witnessed in my entire life. It is very action-packed and has a lot of amazing characters. Some of my favorites are Goku, Vegeta, Nappa, Gohan, Trunks, Goten, Piccolo, Krillin, Tien, Yamcha, and Vegito.

25 Mad MAD is an American animated sketch comedy series that aired from 2010 to 2013. Based on the humor magazine of the same name, the show features parodies of popular movies, TV shows, and other aspects of popular culture. Its rapid-fire delivery and wide array of comedy styles have made it a hit among younger audiences. MAD received positive reviews for its creativity and its ability to appeal to both kids and adults.

I think Mad is a pretty funny show. Although at times it can be gross and go a little too far, overall it's a good show. Many of the spoofs are hilarious. Plus, I've read some of the magazines.

I don't just think the writing is good. I think the animation is hilarious! I also love some of the cheesy dialogue, which is also hilarious.

Hilarious! There is only one show that's not funny, but this one makes fun of your least favorite shows, movies, celebrities, books, etc. One of the things they make the most fun of is Kristen Stewart's "happiness." This is my favorite show on Cartoon Network, tied with Regular Show.

People comparing this to Robot Chicken are idiots because Mad Magazine existed WAY before Robot Chicken did.

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