* Batman: TAS
* Avatar: TLA/The Legend of Korra
* Justice League (JLU)
* Star Wars: The Clone Wars
* Batman Beyond
* Young Justice
* The Spectacular Spider-Man
* Kim Possible
* Gravity Falls
* Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?/The Scooby-Doo Show
Guiellermo del toro’s Trollhunters on Netflix has risen to my top list in the passed year. Steven Universe, Adventure Time, Futurama will always have a place in my heart, and the short but sweet Over the Garden Wall.
1) Futurama. A show I can not turn off when it’s on
3)Archer. Some of the sharpest and best dialogue writing ever
4)Rick and Morty (not one of those rabid Szechuan sauce rioting pickle rick people, I just genuinely thing the show is funny and clever at times)
Original Scooby Doo (that's years before Scrappy Doo)
* Over the Garden Wall
* Gravity Falls
* Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010)
I’m surprised I haven’t seen Bobs Burgers yet. I *love* Bobs Burgers. It’s funny and smart, with the added bonus of all the characters being good, loving people, which can be so rare in comedies, especially animated ones. I don’t love it as much as I love Parks and Rec, but they fill similar spots for me.
Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Attack on Titan
Foster's Home for Imaginary Creatures
Scooby Doo Mystery Inc is absolutely worth checking out. It's built around a really cool conspiracy plot that runs through both seasons, and it's also funny as shit.
Interesting, I hadn't heard of Monkey Dust. I'll check it out.
Favorite of all time:
[The Maxx](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGw0-gLZaMA) MTV's Liquid Television does one of the most underrated comics of all time. Maybe a bit dated (aired in the 90s) but genius level brilliant.
Favorite current show:
**Steven Universe** If you like Adventure Time some of the same people make this likable, emotionally fulfilling show about a kid with some interesting parentage set in a mellow beach community on modern day earth. Short episodes, good music, and thoughtful writing make this the sort of thing that you'll be addicted to by the end of the first season.
Bojack Horseman - don't know many people who saw it, but this netflix series is amazing
Death Note - first non-dubbed anime I watched, opened the way to many other amazing series
South Park - hasn't failed to entertain me through all these years
Rick and Morty. I know, Wabba lubba dub dub, To be fair, Pickle Rick and stuff, but it's still SO GOOD that i can easily ignore the fanbase.
I was kind of disappointed regarding Season 3, in particular the lack of a constant and interesting character development(and the little we got was just screaming incredibly strong into your ear what in the earlier seasons was more subtle) but we still got some awesome random episodes, like Pickle Rick and the Citadel one.
FamilyGuy pre 2005
SouthPark pre 2014
King Of The Hill
Venture Bros is my all time favourite.
Lots of great shows on here, but I'm surprised I haven't seen The Simpsons yet. Yeah, the bad seasons outnumber the good ones, but the good ones (1-10, approximately) were so [good](https://frinkiac.com/gif/S06E09/323172/332765/)
Sam & Max, Venture Bros, The Tick, Ren & Stimpy, Moral Orel, Frisky Dingo, Harvey Birdman- Attorney at Law
X-Men Animated Series from the 90s.
Gargoyles - just started rewatching and holy shit I still love it
Batman Animated Series from the 90s.
Rick and Morty
Motorcity's one of those shows that just oozes style anyway you look at it
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Space Ghost Coast to Coast
Yu Yu Hakusho
South Park. Archer. Samurai Jack. I watch Teen Titans Go with my kids. They love it. The Brak Show was my favorite on Adult Swim. And you just can't beat the old Looney Tunes.
Avatar the last Airbender
The legend of korra
The spectacular spider-man
Justice league unlimited
Batman the animated series
Rick and morty
Hunter x Hunter
Fullmetal alchemist brotherhood
Pokémon is really the only show that I would binge watch!
Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Rick and Morty, Attack on Titan, American Dad and South Park off the top of my head.
Gargoyles, Legend Quest, Trollhunters, Star vs The Forces of Evil, Gravity Falls, Rick and Morty, Castlevania
The Amazing World of Gumball, although the newest episodes have been disappointing