Best adult animated tv shows of all time!

The Simpsons

Working-class father Homer Simpson and his dysfunctional family deal with comical situations and the ups-and-downs of life in the town of Springfield. its been airing since December 17, 1989 and is still going hard. Yea the show had its ups and downs and the last few seasons weren’t so good. But you can’t tell me you have seen any episodes in the morning before school or work. With its 678 episodes, you will have something to keep you busy.

Rick and Morty

My friend if you haven’t seen this, I don’t know what to say. Rick and Morty is the s**t, I’d even say it’s the best adult cartoon to hit the market. For all of you whom aren’t familiar with it, it’s an animated series that follows the exploits of a super scientist and his not-so-bright grandson. It’s filled with dark humor and life questions that make you question your sanity. Many people don’t know but it was based on Back to the Future franchise, as a parody, I think it came a long way. Also, you can find it on Adult Swim or you can watch it 3 weeks later on Netflix.

BoJack Horseman

He’s a humanoid horse, with a serious alcohol and substance abuse problem. Once the star of a ’90s sitcom, in which he was the adoptive father of three orphaned kids. The show was the hottest thing around, then suddenly, it was canceled. Now 18 years later, BoJack wants to regain his dignity. This first animated series from Netflix had its last episode aired on January 31, 2020. As a fan of the series, I must say it’s a true piece of art and it really captures the essence of the human soul. I highly recommend you check it out. You won’t regret it.

Archer

Self-centered international spy Sterling Archer and his gang of misfit coworkers working at a New York-based intelligence agency battle rival spies, exotic enemies, and their own dysfunctional personalities. This is an obvious parody of the beloved James Bond franchise but at the same time its a lot more than that. Its one of the most underrated TV shows it the Netflix catalog. For one of the fists, Netflix adult cartoon acquires it was a good one. I highly recommend you go and watch it

Futurama

Accidentally frozen, pizza-deliverer Fry wakes up 1,000 years in the future. He is taken in by his distant relative, an elderly and crazy scientist who owns a small cargo delivery service. Among the other crew members is Capt. Leela, accountant Hermes, intern Amy, obnoxious robot Bender and lobsterlike moocher “Dr.” Zoidberg.
Drawn and created by the same guy who brought you the Simpsons, Matt Groening. Sadly the series had its last episode aired on September 4, 2013, it was an interesting one. So what are you waiting go and watch it!

South Park


Four young, schoolboys, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick, who live in South Park set out on various adventures. Arguably one most controversial TV Show to air on Comedy central became the center of pop culture references. With its special breed of humor, the show has dealt with politics like no show before it. it’s currently streaming on Netflix so go check it out.

Final Space

In the midst of working off a prison sentence, an astronaut named Gary meets mysterious, planet-destroying alien Mooncake, with whom he immediately becomes his friend. But Gary doesn’t realize that his new bestie is actually in demand by the sinister Lord Commander, who will do anything to secure Mooncake’s special powers. This show is a real hidden gem in the Netflix catalog if you like Rick and Morty I am sure you will enjoy this.

Disenchantment

After tackling modern times with “The Simpsons” and the future with “Futurama,” producer Matt Groening steps into the past with “Disenchantment.” The animated fantasy series geared toward adults takes place in the medieval kingdom of Dreamland. It follows the misadventures of hard-drinking young princess Bean, her elf companion Elfo and personal demon Luci. Simpson’s drawing style with medieval adult humor makes this a real binge-worthy show. BTW it’s a Netflix original so you know where to find it.

Brickleberry

Fledgling Brickleberry National Park is facing its demise as a tourist attraction, it’s future in the hands of a dysfunctional group of forest rangers. To help save Brickleberry, top ranger Ethel Anderson is summoned from Yellowstone to turn Birckleberry around. The head ranger, Woody Johnson, is a hapless sort who always has the park’s best interests in mind, even if his ideas on how to run it aren’t really good. Woody takes comfort in his pet, Malloy, a vulgar and spoiled grizzly cub. Sadly the show was canceled early on in its run. Maby it will return to its old glory with the help of the show cumming up next.

Paradise P.D.

This animated series geared toward adults follows a police department that doesn’t do a great job of protecting the backwater, small town where it is located. The officers on the force are bad, not in the sense of being no-nonsense or cool, but bad in the sense of doing a poor job of policing the town. With cops like these, there’s no need for criminals. With the views it’s currently gaining from being a spinoff of Brickelbarry, I d say its a pretty good show.

Big Mouth

Even for a cartoon character, going through puberty isn’t easy for a young person. Andrew is learning that first hand as he experiences the nightmare that is growing up in this animated series geared toward adults. Along for the ride are friends Nick and Jessi, who develop a budding romance along the way. The brainchild of Nick Croll was captured the hearts of its viewers, with its never before seen approach to adulthood.

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