Top 10 Cartoons Made Before 2010 that Cartoon Network Should Show Reruns OfNow that there's a whole load of bad shows on Cartoon Network, it's about time we go down memory lane and try to pick out the shows Cartoon Network should rerun. I am only including shows that were made before 2010 around the time Adventure Time was made! Now let's start our childhood memories! Finally, please respect people's opinions about the shows they like here. We're supposed to talk about good ol' shows that we wish CN can rerun more often.
This was Cartoon Network's longest-running animated series, so Ed, Edd, n Eddy definitely deserves to have reruns on Cartoon Network. Please don't hate on me if you don't like the show. This show was my childhood. It was like Cartoon Network's version of The Three Stooges. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Yes they should - bobbythebrony
Ed: That's some good T.V. right there!
Me: Yep! You sure are right about that! Which is why I put your show as first! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
I'm fine with your opinion, I think it's disgusting. - ConorDooley
"The things I do for love." -Courage from Courage the Cowardly Dog. Best line ever! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Before Adventure Time's I Remember You, Courage the Cowardly Dog had Remembrance of Courage Past. The show will you make cry more tears than Clannad ever could and make you laugh at the same time. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
This deserves more reruns. - KalloFox34
This is one of those cartoons that shows ypu that the medium is not just to market things to kids. It can actually tell a brilliant story and have well developed characters, while still keeping it very funny. I did not grow up with Teen Titans. In fact, I just watched it two years ago. However, I think it was better that way, because I was able to respect it more, and see what it could do for children as well as adults. Unfortunately, some people like the show less because of Teen Titans Go!, but that shouldn't cause them to like the show any less. Just rewatch the series to remember how great it was. It's a shame that there aren't many cartoons like this nowadays. The closest I can think of, as far as mixing drama and comedy, is Nick's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and even though I like the series, it just isn't as good as Teen Titans. If you haven't seen it already, then go and watch Teen Titans. It is a brilliant cartoon that the whole family can enjoy.
The quintessential Avatar: The Last Airbender of Cartoon Network. It took a group of teenage superheroes and mixed them with deep and complex personalities, interesting plots, great fighting scenes, awesome voice acting, anime-influenced art style, great villains, and a good balance between comedy and drama.
So The New Generation Can See The REAL Teen Titans Instead Of Cancer(AKA-Teen Titans Go! )
This show and Dexter's Lab, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, AND Courage the Cowardly Dog still come on on Boomerang in the am. But it would be nice if they still showed these shows on CN.
The show would still hold up to kids of this generation, so why not give them a taste of Code Geass(whoops, I meant Codename: Kids Next Door)?
It probably wouldn't be enjoyed by kids born after 2007 and got their first smartphone in 2009. Why? Theey grew up with "shows" like Sanjay & Craig and Breadwinners.
I heard that their making a spinoff and it doesn't seem that bad!
DESTROY US ALL! Classic Billy, my boy. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
The Invader Zim of Cartoon Network, people. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Invader Zim is in Nickelodeon
Probably my favorite CN show - Jonerman
One of Cartoon Network's most innovative and creative shows. Made by the same creator of The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends is a Cartoon Network classic with some of the most memorable characters and premise for a show.
The show had more creativity and memorable characters just as much as Adventure Time does. In fact, maybe even more!
It could be a nice replacement after The Amazing World of Gumballs sixth season ends
Johnny Bravo is a better show to watch than *shudders* Uncle Grandpa.
Now that the accursed Johnny Test is finally cancelled, it's about time they show reruns of Dexter's Laboratory on Cartoon Network! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Samurai Jack is getting a revival on Toonami in 2016, so why not have reruns of the original on Cartoon Network?
Suck it it's ending after season 5
I, Mojo Jojo, will make sure there are reruns of The Powerpuff Girls on Cartoon Network! If Mojo Jojo cannot see to it that The Powerpuff Girls rerun on Cartoon Network, I will just head back to my evil lair and read the newspaper!
Yeah, it might seem girly at first, but it's honestly a great show that's made for both genders. The girls are all right, but what makes this series are the villains, such as Him or The Gangreen Gang or the obvious, Mojo Jojo.
Who could forget The Powerpuff Girls? While they currently have some sort of new series out right now, it just can't beat the original. We need reruns of PPG.
So The New Generation Can See The REAL Powerpuff Girls Instead Of The God-Awful Reboot
I think this was the best Scooby-Doo series in the franchise. But Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? and Mystery Incorporated were incredible as well! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Could do it again.
I loved this show as a child even though I didn't know much about anime back then! Now as an anime fan, I love it even more! I think it could still hold up to the kids of this generation!
Cartoon Network has pretty much disowned this show. Would it kill them to show reruns every once in a while?
This was the first Cartoon Network show I ever watched.
I agree! They really need to bring this show back!
Oh yeah! I loved Camp Lazlo! It was really popular when it came out during the Cabin Fever era of Cartoon Network! - ModernSpongeBobSucks
I love this! I remember watching this with my brother! - funnyuser
Well, it has just as much originality and creativity as Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Plus, the humor is more clean than what most shows on Cartoon Network have now. And a show revolving around cooking proved to be interesting. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
A Cartoon Cartoon that is actually funny and doesn't go over-the-top with toilet humor. Also, the humor is better than most shows like Uncle Grandpa and Clarence nowadays.
I honestly disliked the show, it just felt like a Ren and Stimpy knockoff.
Cartoon Network's very own My Life as a Teenage Robot. Mixes an interesting premise with good humor, awesome robot transformation sequences, great fighting scenes, an epic robot friend, and smooth animation. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Hell no! Robotboy IS a rip-off of My Life as a Teenage Robot. Robotboy sucks. - SpaceGoofsGeekerBoy
In my country they're rerunning it at very early times in the morning, but now CN is gone from my T.V.. Darn.
Watch it... just do it
I love this show. Next to The Fosters, Teen Titans, and Ed Edd and Eddy this is my favorite CN show.
Greatest show ever! should be in top 5
Even though I never saw all the episodes, all I can say is June can sure kick butt with monsters like the Powerpuff Girls can! And the premise seems interesting as well. Shame it only had 40 episodes. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
I've only seen one episode on a Cartoon Network Halloween Collection. Seemed good - Goatworlds
I suppose it's as forgotten as much as Nicktoons like Angela Anaconda. (Which was extremely weird but I watched, and Mike, Lu & Og.)
I barely even remember this show. I recall it airing like ONCE. - Goatworlds
Who even remembered this
Pretty decent Cartoon Cartoon back in its old days. In fact, it deserves to be rerun along with other great Cartoon Cartoons like Ed, Edd, n Eddy. - ModernSpongeBobSucks
Yes, it airs on Boomerang, but few households actually have access to that channel.
CN should really bring this (and Looney Tunes) back to their main channel. It'd be a nice break from the Teen Titans Go spam.
This never aired on the network to begin with, and it's now a Netflix original.
At least it isn't *shudders* Scaredy Squirrel. - ModernSpongeBobSucks