Top Ten Fave Cartoons
There are a lot of cartoons on the air right now, and keeping track of them all can be difficult. But we've gone ahead and compiled a list of the ten best animated shows on television. So grab your remote and get ready for hours of cartoon fun!
#10 - King of the Hill
From the warped mind of Mike Judge (he also created Beavis and Butthead) comes this show about a slightly dysfunctional American family. King of the Hill is now in its ninth season and with actors like Brittany Murphy and Breckin Meyer in the cast, this remains one of the most enjoyable sitcoms on the air (animated or not)!
#9 - Ed, Edd n' Eddy
Ed, Edd, and Eddy are three kids that live on the same street, and love getting into trouble. They're always coming up with different schemes, usually involving quick ways to make money, that never seem to work out the way they'd like. The show is just wrapping up its fourth season, and there's a rumor that a movie might be on the way!
#8 - Samurai Jack
This cult favorite is one of those rare 'toons that doesn't need a whole lot of dialogue to tell a story. Samurai Jack is a skilled warrior who is transported through time to a bleak future, where he must use all of his skills to survive. The complete first season of the show was just released on DVD, so what better time to check it out?
#7 - Teen Titans
You can't have a list of the hottest cartoons without at least one show about superheroes, which is where Teen Titans comes in. The Teen Titans are: Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven, Robin, and Starfire. When they're not battling their arch-nemesis Slade (voiced by none other than Hellboy himself, Ron Perlman), they're relaxing in their Titan Tower.
#6 - Totally Spies
Sam, Clover, and Alex are students at a posh Beverly Hills high school when they're turned into secret agents. Now, thanks to WOOHP (The World Organization of Human Protection), the girls must balance their everyday lives with fighting crime on a global scale. If you ever wondered what would happen if you crossed a movie like Mean Girls with James Bond, wonder no more - just check out this cool cartoon!