5 Favorite Childhood Cartoons of Mine on TV

There have been great productions in cartoons and animated shows through the years but some have been the best. Some people believe that cartoons are only for children. Well, I would like to debunk this common notion because cartoons are an immense source of entertainment at any age. They revolve around some frequent themes that adults can and do enjoy. I am a regular cartoon viewer and if you are taking a break from the typical movie and music lists, I am going to give you an amazing list of some of the best cartoons of all times. From classic hits to the contemporary must-watches, my list is going to give you some good entries for your entertainment bucket-list. All you need is a steady subscription of a Cable TV provider, such as Charter Spectrum TV to enjoy these. Check out the list!

1.    SpongeBob SquarePants

The first episode of this American animated TV series aired in the year 1999 on Nickelodeon. Running now for a good 18 years, it is one of the most popular and the longest running animated show. It is currently airing its 11th seasons and audience loves it. It revolves around a sea sponge and his marine adventures. It is at the top of my list because of its uniqueness, and simplicity in the show. Not to forget the humor, that both children and adults enjoy. I have probably watched more Sponge Bob than any other TV show. His adventures are unpredictable; whether it’s rescuing his friends from a gigantic gorilla, or going jelly fishing, or challenging king Neptune for a crazy contest. The theme song is stuck in my head for a long time now.
The show is cleverly scripted, with some amazing humor, and characters that are larger than life. You are going to love this classic.

2.    The Simpsons

Another longest-running animated comedy sitcom lists second among my favorite cartoons. First aired in 1987, the show is still running and has 29 seasons to date. Although I still love watching cartoons, this series reminds me of my childhood. The adventures of Mr. Homer and his family are funny, and classic. The show never gets old and families can enjoy it together. It never gets boring and cracks me up every single time.

3.    Tom and Jerry

Who hasn’t heard of Tom and Jerry! It’s not just me but everyone loves how this tiny mouse outsmarts a cat that is ten times its size. The legendary William Hanna and Joseph Barbera duo created this amazing show back in the 1940s. Let me tell you that the episodes directed by Chuck Jones, the creative genius, were the best. I never got bored of watching Tom come up with some devious plans only to have them backfired on him. Back in the 60s, the cartoon appeared on Cartoon Network.
You cant help feel sorry for Tom because he always failed desperately and never came up with an efficient plan. For once, I wanted him to be successful in finding a date with the girl cat, or eat his food in peace, or simply keeping the house clean for the owners. Jerry, best known for his trolls, was such a douche, at least I found him one.This lighthearted, humorous, and sarcastic cartoon is one of my favorites.

4.    Looney Tunes

I think everyone remembers watching this amazing cartoon show as a kid. Iconic names like Donald Duck, Tasmanian Devil, Goofy, Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, and Tweety are massively popular. Looney Tunes is a collection of different plots with different characters and not just one specific show. First created in the 1930s, the show received immense fame. My personal favorite is Bugs Bunny. I always get nostalgic whenever I happen to see one of these characters in a theme park.

5.    Scooby-Doo

I love dogs and Scooby-Doo is my favorite dog character. It was the best detective cartoon show of all times, with characters like inspector gadget. I love its theme song too. Scooby-Doo and his 4 teenager friends go around the town to investigate crimes. Interestingly, some supernatural creature, like a ghost, monster, beast, or spirit, always commit some crime. The gang manages to unmask the monster and capture it. The setting ranges from museums to an island, to streets of London, and to some creepy mansion.
To stream these amazing cartoon shows, dial Charter Spectrum Customer Service Number and subscribe to a TV or internet package. After that, you are all set to enjoy your favorite shows back to back!

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