Top 10 Stop Motion TV Shows of All TimeSometimes animation can be very unique, and it doesn't half to be in 2D, or 3D. Instead why don't we look back at some of the greatest Stop Motion (also known as Claymation) shows that have seen from around the world.
Yes, predictably Robot Chicken is not only one that most people have at least heard of, but it also one of the best shows on Adult Swim still on today. Seth Green has a thing for its long lasting appeal that may match other adult primetime shows to come.
I watched this ever since it first came and after so many years it still hasn't lost its hilarity
Its skits are a big guilty pleasure of mine.
Great show (don't tell my parents I watch it)
A true golden era cartoon by MTV that hit hard with its fans back when it was still had fans left before nowadays nobody cares about the channel it did have two shows of quality left. Celebrity Deathmatch was the last great cartoon to come out of that Sushi tree that was an excellent choice to have as its own show. Many fans wanna see it return once again, but nothing is known for sure if that will take place in the near future.
I love this show nothing like watching celebrities beating each other up to the death.
Both for kids and adults
Can you believe this lasted 20 years... this 80's classic was around for a long time until 2006 that's pretty impressive to me.
I can't believe I forgot this show actually was a T.V. show, yeah this definitely deserves to be in the top 5 the definition of stop motion animation.
The pinnacle of stop motion entertainment in my opinion
Should be Higher.
I know what you're thinking what is a children's show aimed for that 1-5 range. You can't help, but realize when you see joke memes of this Bob sticks out in you're mind like it or not.
My childhood show, and I still love it!
Theme song still bops
Pretty weird, and off the wall compared to most of the shows on this list, but still a solid show that spawned from KaBlam, and the first one I ever saw of this animation style.
Once Wallace and Gromit experience had ended... shortly afterwards they came up with an idea to have a show about a sheep, and you could tell it had that britishness to it.
If you remember right when the late 90's had a ton of so so shows that debuted well PJs was actually a heavily underrated show that ended up getting picked up reruns from Adult Swim, and realized how forgotten the series was sure it was not that bad since it was overshadowed by King of the Hill. Probably one of the last Eddie Murphy works that was still top notch.
This version of the Moomins was made in Europe, and it was the only one that was in this claymation style one of the earliest to be noticed. While I never really had interest in myself... it has a cult following with the fans.
It was only on for 9 episodes, but in that came a show that maybe could of been given another season at least because I initially thought it would suck, but I was wrong for something he tried to leaning a little ''Aniclay'' if you will type of approach.
A well thought, pleasant show for both kids and adults. This was my childhood.
An instant classic with fun adventures and new things every episode.
Granted its not that long of a series with the duration maximum of a minute. It does create nightmare fuel based on the main characters appearance unintentional... perhaps, but this show has been surfaced from different platforms from BBC, MTV, and even YouTube. It lasted a long time at least.
Still holds up
It's clay and stop motion beacause it's really funny.
I forgot about this show! It was so bad and I loved it so much