Best Nickelodeon Animated Series of All Time: Top 10

Best Nickelodeon Animated Series of All Time”: Nickelodeon is one of the most important television networks in the United States aimed at children and young people. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the channel aired various animated series that became children’s favorites at the time and are fondly remembered today as small-screen classics.

Best Nickelodeon Animated Series

10. The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: July 20, 2002 – November 25, 2006
  • Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction, Adventure, Sitcom
  • Number of seasons: 3
  • Number of episodes: 87

A fantastic cartoon about a child prodigy that aired on the TV channel from 2002 to 2006. Jimmy Neutron is the main character of the animated series, a brilliant teenager who, at the same time, is haunted by the usual problems of an 11-year -old boy. 

Friendship, first love, crazy alterations with aliens. The playful adventures of Jimmy and his friends, fueled by eccentric humor, can captivate both adults and children.


— Oh, Shin, if you knew what a heavy burden it is to be a scientist
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9. Rugrats!

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: August 11, 1991 – June 8, 2004
  • Genre: comedy, adventure
  • Number of seasons: 9
  • Number of episodes: 172

One of the longest-running animated series on Nickelodeon, having been on the air for 13 years. The main characters of the cartoon are five children under the age of 3 years: the daredevil Tommy, anxious Chucky, spoiled Angelica, and two hyperactive twins, Phillip and Lillian.

Light and full of sparkling humor, the cartoon conveyed the spirit of the generation and remained its symbol. 

Will you punish me, mom? 

8. My Life As a Teenage Robot

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: August 1, 2003 – May 2, 2009
  • Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
  • Number of seasons: 3
  • Number of episodes: 40

An exciting animated series about the adventures of the robot Jenny, which the creator programmed to protect the Earth from enemies, but at the same time introduced into her the interests and experiences of an ordinary teenage girl. Bright, colorful, and at the same time, the spirit resembles the good old films about children saving the world from trouble. 

XJ-9 

7. Penguins of Madagascar

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: November 29, 2008 – December 19, 2015
  • Genre: adventure, comedy
  • Number of seasons: 3
  • Number of episodes: 80

A spin-off about the adventures of a charismatic company of penguins, loved by the audience based on the original trilogy of full-length cartoons. Possessing their own characters and trying to get out of trouble with the help of deduction and logic, the penguins proved that sometimes the adventures of bright secondary characters interest viewers as much (or even more) than the main ones. 

Smile and wave guys. 

6. Wild Thornberry Family

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: September 1, 1998 – June 11, 2004
  • Genre: Adventure, Sitcom
  • Number of seasons: 5
  • Number of episodes: 91

An educational series about a restless family traveling the world. The father of the family, Nigell Thornberry, is a wildlife filmmaker who is unaware that his daughter, Eliza, has the ability to understand the language of animals. At the same time, the girl does everything to use her talent for good, saving animals in trouble.

I can communicate with animals. It’s so cool! But this is my big secret. Do you think I’m lying? No, it’s true! 

5. Hey Arnold!

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: October 7, 1996 – June 8, 2004
  • Genre: sitcom, drama
  • Number of seasons: 5
  • Number of episodes: 100

The cult series, the creators of which recently released a full-length sequel. The adventures of the boy Arnold, who lives with his grandparents, his classmates, and other bright residents of Hillwood are insanely funny, and, first of all, due to their realism.

Here you will not meet aliens or other fantastic monsters, only charming characters who make mistakes, try to correct them, dislike each other, fall in love. 

Arnold, be my Valentine or I’ll hurt you! 

4. Avatar: The Legend of Aang

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: February 21, 2005 – July 19, 2008
  • Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy, Drama
  • Number of seasons: 3
  • Number of episodes: 61

One of the most successful series of the channel, which tells about the journey of an avatar boy who owns the power of the four elements. Aang, who came to his senses many years after the death of his people, travels the world with the company of his new friends, trying to restore order to the world and give people a chance for a peaceful life.

Raising a lot of philosophical and acute social issues, but at the same time bright, full of adventures and pleasant landscapes, the cartoon will be of interest to both children and adults. 

If you want to become a warrior, get rid of fear. 

3. CatDog

  • Broadcast: April 4, 1998 – June 15, 2005
  • Genre: drama, buffoonery, tragicomedy, cartoon
  • Number of seasons: 4
  • Number of episodes: 68

Catdog is one of those Nickelodeon cartoons that both children and adults can watch, but at the same time see completely different things on the screen.

In the adventures of the unusual union of the Cat and the Dog, forced to get along in one body, the younger generation will find fervent adventures, and the older one will find the social subtext that its authors tried to put into it. 

The only baby cat in the world! 

2. Cool Beavers

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: April 19, 1997 – November 11, 2001
  • Genre: Comedy, sitcom
  • Number of seasons: 4
  • Number of episodes: 62

A positive animated series about two beaver brothers, aimed at both children and adults (the series often contains jokes that the child simply does not understand). The brothers live together, but at the same time, they get along with difficulty, even if they do not give offense to each other.

Norbert is a calm and intelligent beaver, his brother Daggett is hyperactive and quick-tempered. The series does not have a specific plot, and each episode tells a separate story, in which not only the beavers themselves take part, but also other, no less colorful characters. 

No need to strain, you need to hug more often! 

1. Square Pants

 
 
 
 
 
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  • Broadcast: May 1, 1999 – present
  • Genre: Sitcom, Buffoonery, Adventure, Satire
  • Number of seasons: 12
  • Number of episodes: 267

One of the channel’s most popular animated series, which has been on the air since 1999. The adventures of the goofy, but at the same time energetic SpongeBob, as well as other bright residents of Bikini Bottom, although not connected by one main plot ( except for Plankton’s eternal attempts to unravel the secret of the Krabby Patty), still riveted to the screen with their humor, eccentric characters, and the world. Thoughtless, but still damn fun!

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