7 Best Cartoon Network Shows, Ranked

Who remembers going home after a difficult day of school to watch your most loved shows on Cartoon Network? Regardless of whether it was the action-stuffed Samurai Jack or the more surreal Courage The Cowardly Dog, it was a somewhat noteworthy piece of our childhoods.

Best Cartoon Network Shows

Few shows have even been worth viewing in the later years, as we went from kids to young people. So today we have ranked the 7 best Cartoon Network shows of all time:


Best Cartoon Network Cartoons
Pic-Johnny Test

Johnny Test pursues the hero of the Test family, Johnny, who is regularly experimented on by his two genius sisters, Susan and Mary, which results in humorous hijinks. Their genetically engineered dog, Dukey, chases after Johnny on his adventures as they get planning something sinister and battle Mole Kings, super agents Mr. Dark and Mr. White, and the ruined rich child, Bling Bling on his ceaseless mission to achieve Susan’s affections. If you didn’t love the sisters, you adored Johnny, and that is the thing that made this show on Cartoon Network so great.


Best Cartoon Network Shows
Ed, Edd and Eddy

Eddy, Double Dee, and Ed are three friends who live on a circular drive with a few different characters. Their show spins around them brainstorming diverse approaches to trick their neighbours out of quarters. And to make sure they can rush to the sweet shop to buy jawbreakers. Eddy frequently thinks of the plans, while Double Dee is the minds who makes sense of how to get things done. And Ed does the difficult work. It urged fans to step up and everybody adored them for it.


Best Cartoon Network Shows
Pic-Code Name: Kids Next Door

Codename: Kids Next Door is the tale of children versus grown-ups. In a huge treehouse, there works a group of five children and they are Numbah’d from Five down to One. These audacious children from various foundations, styles, and tastes were all exceptional. But then, they were all relatable and had a great time dynamic with one another. Numbah Five was the oldest and turned into the new leader of the whole KND. Numbah One was the coolest, so you needed to be a part of what he was a part of. It showed the possibility of friendship, of belonging to something that is greater than just yourself, and never hustling to be a grown-up. It made you prize being a kid.


Best Cartoon Network Shows
Pic-Courage The Cowardly Dog

Courage the Cowardly Dog is a show that the vast majority would recall as weird on the grounds that, to be reasonable, the show was somewhat weird. There were scenes that must be depicted as dreamlike. It included a terrified little puppy known as Courage, who lived with Muriel and her better half, Eustace. Together, they lived amidst Nowhere. But incredible stuff occurred, and keeping in mind that Eustace was excessively occupied with his TV, it’s dependent upon Courage to save Muriel from terrible things.

The important exercise the show instructed was that, to be bold and courageous, one must be apprehensive.

BEN 10

Best Cartoon Network Shows
Ben 10

Benjamin Tennyson was just ten years of age when he found the Omnitrix. It was a powerful watch that enabled him to change into aliens it had just caught. This was the beginning of the extraordinary adventure of Ben 10, made by Man of Action Studios, which has produced a few incarnations and numerous series. In the first series, Ben, his cousin Gwen, and their Grandpa, Max, circumvent the United States. Here, Ben fights enemies and Vilgax, who wishes to take the Omnitrix for his very own detestable gains.

This show on Cartoon Network was basic with its fascination. It was about a youthful kid, with a caring heart however who came up short on the capacity to secure those in need.


Best Cartoon Network Shows
Pic-Samurai Jack

Samurai Jack is an action-packed experience of Jack, a Samurai from ancient times. His main residence is assaulted by the evil Aku. Equipped with his sacred Katana, that was produced by Odin, Ra, and Rama for the sole motivation of defeating Aku. He fights the great monster and is practically effective in killing him until Aku opens a gateway to the future. Jack is flung ages into the day of tomorrow, where the world is now led by Aku. He scrambles to save the universe of things to come, just as the world of the past, from the horrible grasps of Aku. The action is extreme, the storyline is sensational, and Jack is a baffling samurai that you can’t resist the urge to cheer for.


Best Cartoon Network Shows
Pic-Teen Titans

Teen Titans is a fan-favourite on Cartoon Network. It is popular to the point that it has gotten a live-action series, a reboot, and there are rumours about a last 6th season for the first 2003 series too. The show spins around the heroism of the dark and mysterious Raven, the puerile and reserved Beast Boy, the powerful Cyborg, the confounded and lovely Starfire, and their pioneer, the boy wonder, Robin. The show conveys a core message, and still has sufficient energy to pack in incredible animation and a phenomenal style.

Source: CBR, Ranker

Vasu Sharma
Vasu Sharma

Vasu Sharma is the Content Head at Animated Times, supervising the Editorial Board at Animated Times. He's 25 years old and has done his master's in journalism from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

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