Old Saturday Morning Cartoons You've Definitely Forgotten About

By 2 months ago

Time really flies, but television stays the same! The shows we grew up with can make us feel nostalgic for our past, or just give us a quick escape back to our youth. Whether you were raised on Flintstones or Timmy Turner, there are some shows that are so influential that they're sure to last for generations to come...

The Flintstones

Living in Bedrock, Fred Flintstone is the patriarch of a modern Stone Age family. Aired in 1960, Fred, his wife Wilma, and little daughter Pebbles lived next to Barney and Betty Rubble.  Barney and Betty eventually adopted a super-strong son named Bamm-Bamm. The show is considered to be one of the biggest cartoons of the 21st century, still being monetized to this day. 

Batman: The Animated Series

Starting in 1992, this animated series would forever change the image of Batman. Up until this series, Batman was typically depicted as a goofy and lovable superhero. In the 1992 cartoon, however, he was given a much more stoic and thoughtful persona that has persisted into his characterization to this day. Who knew cartoons could be so serious...

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