Nowadays, all night binge-watching culture has ruined our early morning routine. But there used to be a time when we would get up early, even before the sun, just to watch our favorite cartoons during the holiday seasons. 90s Cartoon Network shows were a must in everyone’s on everyone’s watchlist.

90s Cartoon Network Shows 

Let’s go down in the memory and see what 90s cartoon network shows were on everyone’s watchlist,

Dexter’s Laboratory

The child genius Dexter invents extraordinary stuff in his laboratory that he uses to save the world. His Big sister Dee Dee is known to ruin all of his experiments. Both of them creating all this havoc gets us on a journey that is hilarious and entertaining. 

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The Power Puff girls

Powerpuff Girls is the perfect blend of action, comedy, and drama. It takes us on an adventure of three Supergirls from kindergarten who protects the world from Aliens, Mad scientists, and other criminals. With all this action the program also shows the hilarious day to day issues of these young girls.

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Tom and Jerry

Everyone’s childhood is memorable because of Tom, the cat, and Jerry, the mouse. The show Tom and Jerry take us on the adventures of Tom’s never-ending journey to capture the notorious mouse, Jerry. 

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Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo, a young and muscular man with full confidence, who is full of himself thinks every woman wants to date him. But in reality, women are not attracted towards him because of his shallow and ill-mannered qualities. The show was a huge hit because of its adult comedy and pop culture references of that era.

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Dragon Ball Z

This show takes us on the adventures of Goku, a Super Saiyan, who defends the earth from evil beings. Dragon Ball Z is one of the most famous shows because of its storyline, characters, and the values the show outlines. It is one of the famous 90s cartoon network shows and still has a huge fan following.

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Ed, Edd n Eddy

Ed, Edd, and Eddy are teenagers who take us on a mad and hilarious ride of their summertime adventures. Eddy is the guy who gives sinister ideas to the group to trick neighborhood kids for money. The show was famous as it shows the real problems kids go through in their pre-teens and no doubt they were hilarious.

Looney Toons

Looney Toons is one of the most famous 90s cartoon network shows. It revolves around the adventures of the main character Bugs Bunny and his neighbors.

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Popeye the sailor man

Every 90s child developed the habit of eating spinach to become strong. This was because of the popular 90s cartoon network show, Popeye the sailor man. The show revolves around the adventures of Popeye, the man who gets stronger by eating spinach, his girlfriend Olive Oyl, and his big bearded rival, Bluto.

Swat Kats

The show revolves around the adventures of the masked vigilantes, Chance “T-Bone” Furlong, and Jake “Razor” Clawson. They build their high-tech jet and go by the name, Swat Kats, armed and ready to bring down all the threat to their city, Megakat.

Courage the cowardly dog

Eustace and Muriel, an old couple who live on a farm with their pink and cowardly dog, Courage. Courage saves his owners from ghosts and paranormal spirits that are living on the farm.

Garfield and friends

Garfield is a wise-cracking lazy cat who loves to take naps and eat lasagne all day long. The show revolves around Garfield, the cat, Odie, the dog, Orson, the pig, and the trouble they keep getting into.

The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries

Sylvester, Tweety, and Hector are Granny’s pets, and together they try to solve mysteries around the world. As they try to solve the mysteries, Sylvester is still on the never-ending pursuit to eat Tweety, and Hector tries to save her. This never-ending hilarious chaos made this program one of the most famous 90s cartoon network shows.

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These shows made every 90s kid’s childhood joyful and memorable. All of these shows are available on YouTube. So, what are you waiting for? Re-watch your favorite 90s Cartoon Network shows and have that joyous nostalgic feeling.

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