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List of children's animated television series of the 1990s facts for kids

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This is a list of children's animated television series (including internet television series); that is, animated programs originally targeted towards audiences aged 12 and under in mind.

This list does not include Japanese, Chinese, or Korean series, as children's animation is much more common in these regions.

1990s

United States

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Age rating Technique
The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 Adventure
Fantasy
26 episodes Shigeru Miyamoto (original characters) September 8, 1990 – December 1, 1990 NBC (United States)
Italia 1 (Italy)
DIC Animation City
Nintendo
• Reteitalia, S.p.A.
• Sei Young Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Gravedale High Animation 1 season, 13 episodes David Kirschner September 8, 1990 – December 1, 1990 NBC H-B Production Co.
• NBC Productions
TV-Y7 Traditional
Kid 'n Play 1 season, 13 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 8, 1990 NBC • Marvel Productions
Saban Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
New Kids on the Block Animation 1 season, 15 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 14, 1990 ABC DIC Animation City TV-Y7 Traditional
The Wizard of Oz • Action
• Adventure
• Comedy
• Family
• Fantasy
• Musical
1 season, 13 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 28, 1990 ABC DIC Animation City
• Turner Entertainment Co.
TV-Y Traditional
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Comedy
Science fiction
2 seasons, 21 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 4, 1993 Fox Kids Marvel Productions TV-Y7 Traditional
Bobby's World Comedy
Fantasy
7 seasons, 81 episodes Howie Mandel September 8, 1990 – February 23, 1998 Fox Kids • Film Roman
• Alevy Productions
TV-Y Traditional
Tom & Jerry Kids Slapstick comedy
• Absurd humor
4 seasons, 65 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 4, 1993 Fox Kids Hanna-Barbera
Turner Entertainment
TV-Y Traditional
Tiny Toon Adventures • Comedy
• Slapstick
• Satire
3 seasons, 98 episodes Tom Ruegger September 14, 1990 – December 6, 1992 CBS (pilot only)
• Syndicated (1990–1992)
Fox Kids (1992–1995)
• Warner Bros. Animation
• Amblin Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
Captain Planet and the Planeteers • Superhero fiction
• Action
Adventure
• Edutainment
6 seasons, 113 episodes Ted Turner
• Barbara Pyle
• Robert Larkin III
September 15, 1990 – May 11, 1996 TBS DIC Enterprises (1990–1992, seasons 1–3)
Hanna-Barbera Cartoons (1993–1996)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Piggsburg Pigs! Comedy 1 season, 13 episodes Melissa Silverman September 15, 1990 – February 23, 1998 Fox Kids • The Fred Silverman Company
• Ruby-Spears Productions
• The Sy Fischer Company
N/A Traditional
The Pirates of Dark Water • Action
Adventure
Fantasy
2 seasons, 21 episodes David Kirschner February 25, 1991 – May 23, 1993 ABC (season 1)
First-run syndication (season 2)
H-B Production Co. in association with:
• Fil-Cartoons
• Tama Production (season 1)
• Mr. Big Cartoons (season 1)
• Wang Film Productions (season 1)
Additional animation:
• Kennedy Cartoons (uncredited)
• Big Star (uncredited)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Doug • Comedy
• Adventure
7 seasons, 117 episodes Jim Jinkins August 11, 1991 – December 16, 1994 Nickelodeon (1991–94)
ABC (1996–99)
• Jumbo Pictures
• Games Animation (seasons 1-4)
• Antefilms (season 1)
• Ellipse Programme (seasons 2-4)
Walt Disney Television Animation (seasons 5-7)
TV-Y Traditional
Rugrats • Comedy
• Adventure
• Slice of life
9 seasons, 172 episodes Arlene Klasky
Gábor Csupó
• Paul Germain
August 11, 1991 – June 8, 2004 Nickelodeon Klasky Csupo
• Games Animation (1991–97)
• Nickelodeon Animation Studio (1998–2003)
• Wang Film Productions (1991–92)
• Shanghai Morning Sun Animation (1991–2004, uncredited)
• Anivision (1992–2003)
TV-Y Traditional
The Ren & Stimpy Show Surreal comedy 4 seasons, 52 episodes John Kricfalusi August 11, 1991 – October 20, 1996 Nickelodeon (1991–95)
MTV (1996)
• Spümcø (seasons 1-2)
• Games Animation (seasons 3-5)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Taz-Mania Comedy 4 seasons, 65 episodes September 7, 1991 – May 22, 1995 Fox Kids Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y Traditional
Darkwing Duck • Superhero fiction
• Comedy
3 seasons, 91 episodes Tad Stones September 8, 1991 – December 5, 1992 ABC Walt Disney Television Animation
• Walt Disney Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Mother Goose and Grimm Animated 2 seasons, 13 episodes Mike Peters September 14, 1991 – 1992 CBS • Tribune Media Services
• Grimmy, Inc.
Lee Mendelson Productions
• Film Roman
• MGM Television
• MGM-Pathe Communications
TV-G Traditional
Space Cats • Animation
• Adventure
• Comedy
1 season, 13 episodes Paul Fusco September 14, 1991 – July 25, 1992 NBC • Marvel Productions
• Paul Fusco Productions
N/A Traditional
Yo Yogi! • Animation
• Adventure
• Comedy
• Mystery
13 episodes September 14, 1991 – December 14, 1991 NBC Hanna-Barbera Productions TV-Y Traditional
Batman: The Animated Series Crime
• Neo-noir
• Superhero
2 seasons, 85 episodes • Eric Radomski
• Bruce Timm
September 5, 1992 – September 15, 1995 Fox Kids DIC Entertainment
• Warner Bros. Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Goof Troop Animated
sitcom
2 seasons, 78 episodes • Robert Taylor
• Michael Peraza Jr.
September 5, 1992 – December 5, 1993 The Disney Channel (1992)
• Syndication (season 1)
ABC (season 2)
Walt Disney Television Animation
• Walt Disney Television
TV-Y Traditional
The Little Mermaid • Children's television series
• Fantasy
3 seasons, 31 episodes September 11, 1992 – November 26, 1994 CBS Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa Western 2 seasons, 26 episodes Ryan Brown September 12, 1992 – December 4, 1993 ABC • King World Productions
• Greengrass Productions
• Gunther-Wahl Productions (1992, season 1)
• Ruby-Spears Enterprises (1993, season 2)
• Flextech Television
• Mini Mountain Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The Addams Family Animation
• Comedy horror
2 seasons, 21 episodes September 14, 1992 – November 6, 1993 ABC H-B Production Co. TV-Y Traditional
The Plucky Duck Show 1 season, 13 episodes Tom Ruegger (uncredited) September 19, 1992 – November 28, 1992 Fox Kids • Warner Bros. Animation
• Amblin Entertainment
TV-Y Traditional
Raw Toonage • Wackiness
Comedy
Cartoon
1 season, 12 episodes September 19, 1992 – December 5, 1992 CBS Walt Disney Television Animation
• Marsu Productions (Marsupilami segments only)
TV-Y Traditional
2 Stupid Dogs Comedy 2 seasons, 26 episodes Donovan Cook September 5, 1993 – May 15, 1995 TBS Hanna-Barbera TV-Y7 Traditional
Droopy, Master Detective Film noir
Comedy
Satire
1 season, 13 episodes September 15, 1990 – February 23, 1998 Fox Kids Hanna-Barbera
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
TV-Y Traditional
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron • Action/Adventure
• Fantasy
• Superhero
2 seasons, 25 episodes • Christian Tremblay
• Yvon Tremblay
September 11, 1993 – January 13, 1995 TBS • Turner Entertainment
• Turner Program Services
Warner Bros. Television Studios
TV-Y7 Traditional
Animaniacs • Comedy
Musical
Satire
• Slapstick
5 seasons, 99 episodes Tom Ruegger September 13, 1993 – November 14, 1998 Fox Kids (1993–1995)
Kids' WB (1995–1998)
• Warner Bros. Animation
• Amblin Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
Cro 20 episodes September 18, 1993 – October 22, 1994 ABC Children's Television Workshop (CTW)
• Film Roman
TV-Y Traditional
Marsupilami • Animated series
• Comedy
1 season, 13 episodes André Franquin September 18, 1993 – December 11, 1993 CBS Walt Disney Television Animation
• Marsu Productions
TV-Y7 Traditional
Rocko's Modern Life • Surreal comedy
• Satire
4 seasons, 52 episodes Joe Murray September 18, 1993 – November 24, 1996 Nickelodeon • Joe Murray Productions
• Games Animation
TV-Y Traditional
The Moxy Show Anthology 1 season, 24 episodes Brad DeGraf December 5, 1993 – December 25, 1995 Cartoon Network Colossal Pictures TV-Y7 CGI
Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? • Adventure
• Mystery
• Edutainment
4 seasons, 40 episodes February 5, 1994 – January 2, 1999 Fox Kids DIC Entertainment TV-Y7 Traditional
Aladdin • Action-adventure
• Fantasy
3 seasons, 86 episodes February 6, 1994 – November 25, 1995 The Disney Channel
• Syndication
CBS
Walt Disney Television
Walt Disney Television Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Conan and the Young Warriors Cartoon
• Children's fantasy
1 season, 13 episodes March 5, 1994 – August 27, 1994 CBS • Sunbow Productions
• Graz Entertainment
• Hanho Studios
• AKOM
N/A Traditional
Beethoven Comedy 26 episodes September 10, 1994 – December 3, 1994 CBS • Northern Lights Entertainment
• Universal Cartoon Studios
TV-Y7 Traditional
Bump in the Night 2 seasons, 27 episodes • Ken Pontac
• David Bleiman
September 10, 1994 – December 9, 1995 ABC • Danger Productions
• Greengrass Productions
TV-Y Stop-motion
The Tick Superhero
Comedy
Satire
3 seasons, 36 episodes Ben Edlund September 10, 1994 – November 24, 1996 Fox Kids • Sunbow Entertainment
• Graz Entertainment
• AKOM
TV-Y7 Traditional
Skeleton Warriors Science fiction
• Horror
1 season, 13 episodes Gary Goddard September 17, 1994 – December 10, 1994 CBS • Landmark Entertainment Group
• Graz Entertainment Inc.
TV-Y7 Traditional
Gargoyles • Animation
• Urban fantasy
Mythology
• Science fiction
3 seasons, 78 episodes October 24, 1994 – February 15, 1997 • Syndicated (1994–96)
ABC (1996–97)
Walt Disney Television Animation
• Jade Animation (Seasons 1–2)
• Tama Productions (Seasons 1–2)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Comedy
Fantasy
4 seasons, 52 episodes Gábor Csupó
• Peter Gaffney
October 29, 1994 – December 6, 1997 Nickelodeon Klasky Csupo
• Games Animation
TV-Y Traditional
Spider-Man • Superhero
• Action
adventure
Science fiction
5 seasons, 65 episodes November 19, 1994 – January 31, 1998 Fox Kids • * Marvel Entertainment Group
Marvel Films Animation
• Tokyo Movie Shinsha
TV-Y7 Traditional
What a Cartoon! • Anthology
• Comedy
• Variety
1 season, 48 episodes Fred Seibert February 20, 1995 – November 28, 1997 Cartoon Network Cartoon Network Studios
Hanna-Barbera
TV-Y7/TV-G Traditional
Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child Anthology 3 seasons, 39 episodes Robert Guillaume March 12, 1995 – July 18, 2000 HBO Family • Hyperion Pictures
• Two Oceans Entertainment Group
• Wonderwings.com Entertainment
• Confetti Entertainment Company
HBO
The Jim Henson Company
TV-Y Traditional
The Mask: Animated Series • Superhero
• Surreal humour
• Action
Adventure
Comedy
Slapstick
3 seasons, 54 episodes September 8, 1995 – September 24, 1999 CBS • Dark Horse Entertainment
• Film Roman
• Sunbow Entertainment
• New Line Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Timon & Pumbaa • Adventure
• Comedy
• Slapstick
3 seasons, 85 episodes September 8, 1995 – September 24, 1999 • Syndication
CBS
Toon Disney (season 3)
• Walt Disney Television
Walt Disney Television Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Freakazoid! 2 seasons, 24 episodes • Bruce Timm
• Paul Dini
September 9, 1995 – June 1, 1997 Kids' WB • Warner Bros. Animation
• Amblin Entertainment
TV-G Traditional
Pinky and the Brain Comic science fiction 4 seasons, 66 episodes Tom Ruegger September 9, 1995 – November 14, 1998 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y Traditional
The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries 5 seasons, 52 episodes September 9, 1995 – December 13, 2002 Kids' WB (1995–2000)
Cartoon Network (2002)
Warner Bros. Animation TV-G Traditional
Bugs 'n' Daffy Anthology 2 seasons, 130 episodes September 11, 1995 – September 12, 1998 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation N/A Traditional
Cartoon Planet • Comedy
• Variety
3 seasons, 146 episodes • Keith Crofford
• Mike Lazzo
• Original: September 10, 1995 – February 4, 1998
• Revival: March 30, 2012 – February 8, 2014
• TBS (1995–98)
Cartoon Network (2012–14)
Ghost Planet Industries (1995–98)
• Turner Studios (2012–14)
TV-Y7 Traditional (seasons 1-2)/Flash (season 3)
Santo Bugito Children's programming 1 season, 13 episodes Arlene Klasky September 16, 1995 – August 17, 1996 CBS • Anivision
Klasky-Csupo
N/A Traditional
The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat • Children's television series
Comedy
• Surreal humour
2 seasons, 21 episodes • Pat Sullivan
• Otto Messmer
• Joe Oriolo (characters)
September 16, 1995 – April 12, 1997 CBS • Felix the Cat Productions
• Film Roman
• Wang Film Productions (uncredited)
TV-G Traditional
The Adventures of Hyperman Superhero comedy 1 season, 13 episodes October 14, 1995 – August 10, 1996 CBS • Columbia Pictures Television
• Sunbow Productions
• Hyperion Animation
N/A Traditional
Dumb and Dumber 13 episodes October 28, 1995 – February 3, 1996 ABC Hanna-Barbera Cartoons
• New Line Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
C Bear and Jamal Adventure
Comedy
Musical
2 seasons, 13 episodes • Earl Richey Jones
• Todd R. Jones
February 3, 1996 - February 22, 1997 Fox Kids Film Roman TV-Y Traditional
Dexter's Laboratory Comic science fiction 4 seasons, 78 episodes Genndy Tartakovsky April 27, 1996 – November 20, 2003 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera Cartoons (1997–99)
Cartoon Network Studios (1996–97, 2001–03)
TV-G Traditional
The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Adventure
Drama
Sci-fi
2 seasons, 52 episodes August 26, 1996 – April 16, 1997 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera TV-Y7 Traditional
Adventures from the Book of Virtues Anthology 3 seasons, 39 episodes Bruce D. Johnson September 2, 1996 – December 17, 2000 PBS • KCET
• PorchLight Entertainment
• Fox Animation Studios
TV-Y7 Traditional
Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series • Action/Adventure
• Science fantasy
• Superhero
Comedy
• Sports
1 season, 26 episodes • Marty Isenberg
• Robert N. Skir
• David Wise
September 6, 1996 – January 17, 1997 ABC
• Syndication
Anaheim Ducks
• Walt Disney Television
Walt Disney Television Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
Superman: The Animated Series • Superhero
• Action
Adventure
Drama
3 seasons, 54 episodes September 6, 1996 – February 12, 2000 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y7 Traditional
Road Rovers 1 season, 13 episodes • Tom Ruegger
• Jeff Gordon
September 7, 1996 – February 22, 1997 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y Traditional
Blue's Clues Educational 6 seasons, 143 episodes • Traci Paige Johnson
• Todd Kessler
• Angela Santomero
September 8, 1996 – August 6, 2006 Nick Jr. Nickelodeon Animation Studio TV-Y Flash/Live-action
Project G.e.e.K.e.R. • Action
Adventure
Comedy
Science fiction
1 season, 13 episodes Douglas TenNapel
• Doug Langdale
September 14, 1996 – December 7, 1996 CBS • Doug²
• Adelaide Productions
Columbia TriStar Television
N/A Traditional
Cave Kids Adventure 1 season, 8 episodes September 21, 1996 – November 9, 1996 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera TV-G Traditional
Jungle Cubs Adventure
• Children's
• Comedy
Fantasy
2 seasons, 21 episodes Mark S. Bernthal October 5, 1996 – January 10, 1998 ABC Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
Hey Arnold! Comedy 5 seasons, 100 episodes Craig Bartlett October 7, 1996 – June 8, 2004 Nickelodeon • Snee-Oosh, Inc.
• Nickelodeon Animation Studio
TV-Y7 Traditional
KaBlam! • Comedy
• Musical
• Variety
• Slapstick
4 seasons, 48 episodes •Robert Mittenthal
•Will McRobb
• Chris Viscardi
•Michael Pearlstein
•Cote Zellers
•Albie Hecht
October 7, 1996 – January 22, 2000 Nickelodeon • Nickelodeon Animation Studio
• Flying Mallet, Inc. (season 4)
TV-Y7 Traditional/Stop-motion
Waynehead • Adventure
• Comedy
1 season, 13 episodes • Tom Ruegger
• Jeff Gordon
October 19, 1996 – May 17, 1997 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y Traditional
The Angry Beavers Comedy 4 seasons, 62 episodes Mitch Schauer April 19, 1997 – November 11, 2001 Nickelodeon • Nickelodeon Animation Studio
• Gunther-Wahl Productions
TV-Y Traditional
Nightmare Ned Comedy horror 25 episodes • Terry Shakespeare
• G. Sue Shakespeare
• David Molina
April 19, 1997 – August 9, 1997 ABC Walt Disney Television Animation
• Creative Capers Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
Johnny Bravo Comedy 4 seasons, 65 episodes Van Partible July 14, 1997 – August 27, 2004 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera (1997–2002)
Cartoon Network Studios (2001–04)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Cow and Chicken Surreal comedy 4 seasons, 52 episodes David Feiss July 15, 1997 – July 24, 1999 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera TV-Y7 Traditional
I Am Weasel Comedy 5 seasons, 79 episodes David Feiss July 15, 1997 – 2000 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera TV-Y7 Traditional
Recess • Children's television series
• Comedy
6 seasons, 65 episodes • Paul Germain
• Joe Ansolabehere
August 31, 1997 – November 5, 2001 • ABC (One Saturday Morning/ABC Kids)
UPN (Disney's One Too)
Toon Disney
Walt Disney Television Animation
• Paul & Joe Productions (2000–01, seasons 5–6)
• Grimsaem
• Plus One Animation
• Sunwoo Animation
• Toon City
TV-Y Traditional
101 Dalmatians: The Series Comedy
Adventure
2 seasons, 65 episodes September 1, 1997 – March 4, 1998 ABC (1997-1998, season 1)
• Syndication (1997-1998, season 2)
• Jumbo Pictures
Walt Disney Television Animation
TV-Y Traditional
Pepper Ann • Animated sitcom
• Teen comedy
Comedy-drama
5 seasons, 65 episodes Sue Rose September 13, 1997 – November 18, 2000 ABC (1997–2000)
UPN (2000)
Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
Science Court Animation/nontraditional court show 3 seasons, 29 episodes Tom Snyder September 13, 1997 – January 22, 2000 ABC • Burns & Burns Productions
• Tom Snyder Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The New Batman Adventures • Superhero
• Action
Adventure
Mystery
Thriller
Drama
1 season, 24 episodes • Bruce Timm
• Paul Dini
September 13, 1997 – January 16, 1999 Kids' WB DC Comics
• Warner Bros. Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
The New Batman/Superman Adventures 2 seasons, 130 episodes September 13, 1997 – February 12, 2000 Kids' WB DC Comics
• Warner Bros. Animation
N/A Traditional
Salty's Lighthouse 1 season, 26 episodes October 3, 1997 – June 26, 1998 • Nina I. Hahn (show concept)
• Robert D. Cardona (original Tugs footage and Tugs characters)
David Mitton (original Tugs characters)
TLC Traditional
Men in Black: The Series • Action
Adventure
• Science fiction comedy
4 seasons, 53 episodes Jim George October 11, 1997 – June 30, 2001 Kids' WB Adelaide Productions
• Amblin Entertainment
Columbia TriStar Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Channel Umptee-3 1 season, 13 episodes Jim George October 20, 1997 – February 25, 1998 Kids' WB Adelaide Productions
• Act III Television
• Enchanted George Productions
Columbia TriStar Television
TV-Y Traditional
Toonsylvania 2 seasons, 21 episodes Bill Kopp
• Chris Otsuki
February 7, 1998 – January 18, 1999 Fox Kids DreamWorks Animation Television TV-Y Traditional
PB&J Otter Musical 3 seasons, 65 episodes Jim Jinkins March 15, 1998 – October 15, 2000 Playhouse Disney Walt Disney Television Animation
• Jumbo Pictures
• Plus One Animation
TV-Y Traditional
CatDog Comedy 4 seasons, 68 episodes Peter Hannan April 4, 1998 – June 15, 2005 Nickelodeon (1998–2001)
Nicktoons (2003–05)
• Nickelodeon Animation Studio
•Peter Hannan Studios
•Saerom Animation
•Rough Draft Studios
TV-Y Traditional
Oh Yeah! Cartoons Comedy 3 seasons, 32 episodes Fred Seibert July 18, 1998 – July 19, 2002 Nickelodeon • Nickelodeon Animation Studio
•Frederator Incorporated
TV-Y Traditional
Hercules • Comedy
• Fantasy
2 seasons, 65 episodes August 31, 1998 – March 1, 1999 ABC
• Syndication
Walt Disney Television Animation
• Pattyson/Meadows Productions
TV-Y Traditional
The Wild Thornberrys • Adventure
• Comedy
5 seasons, 91 episodes Arlene Klasky
Gábor Csupó
•Steve Pepoon
• David Silverman
• Stephen Sustarsic
September 1, 1998 – June 11, 2004 Nickelodeon Klasky Csupo
•Nickelodeon Animation Studio
TV-Y7 Traditional
Mad Jack the Pirate • Adventure
• Comedy
• Fantasy
1 season, 13 episodes Bill Kopp September 12, 1998 – February 27, 1999 Fox Kids Saban Entertainment TV-Y Traditional
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs Adventure
Mystery
Comedy
•Speculative fiction
• Spy-fi
4 seasons, 40 episodes Jim Benton September 12, 1998 – 1999 Fox Kids Saban Entertainment TV-Y Traditional
Histeria! 2 seasons, 52 episodes Tom Ruegger September 14, 1998 – March 31, 2000 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation TV-Y Traditional
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain • Comedy
• Crossover fiction
1 season, 13 episodes Tom Ruegger (uncredited) September 19, 1998 – April 10, 1999 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation N/A Traditional
Jay Jay the Jet Plane Musical 4 seasons, 62 episodes • David Michel
• Deborah Michel
November 2, 1998 – November 25, 2005 • TLC (1998–2000)
PBS Kids (2001–05)
• PorchLight Entertainment
• Modern Cartoons
• Wonderwings.com Entertainment
• Knightscove Family Films
TV-Y CGI/Live-action
The Powerpuff Girls • Superhero
• Action Adventure
6 seasons, 78 episodes Craig McCracken November 18, 1998 – March 25, 2005 Cartoon Network Hanna-Barbera Cartoons (1998–2002)
Cartoon Network Studios (2003–05)
TV-Y7 Traditional
Batman Beyond • Superhero
Adventure
Science fiction
• Action
Mystery
Crime
Suspense
Cyberpunk
Drama
Teen drama
3 seasons, 52 episodes • Bruce Timm
• Paul Dini
• Alan Burnett
January 10, 1999 – December 18, 2001 Kids' WB DC Comics
• Warner Bros. Animation
TV-Y7 Traditional
The Cat&Birdy Warneroonie PinkyBrainy Big Cartoonie Show January 16, 1999 – August 31, 2000 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation N/A Traditional
A Little Curious Comedy
Educational
2 seasons, 43 episodes Steve Oakes February 1, 1999 – August 15, 2000 HBO Family Curious Pictures TV-Y CGI/Stop-motion/Traditional
Mickey Mouse Works Comedy 2 seasons, 25 episodes Bobs Gannaway May 1, 1999 – December 16, 2000 ABC (Disney's One Saturday Morning) Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y Traditional
SpongeBob SquarePants • Comedy
• Surreal comedy
12 seasons, 262 episodes Stephen Hillenburg May 1, 1999 – present Nickelodeon United Plankton Pictures
• Nickelodeon Animation Studio
TV-Y7 Traditional
The New Woody Woodpecker Show Comedy 3 seasons, 53 episodes Bob Jaques May 8, 1999 – July 27, 2002 Fox Kids • Universal Cartoon Studios
• Universal Television
TV-Y Traditional
Rocket Power • Adventure
• Sports
4 seasons, 71 episodes Arlene Klasky
Gábor Csupó
August 16, 1999 – July 30, 2004 Nickelodeon Klasky Csupo
•Nickelodeon Animation Studio
TV-Y Traditional
Sabrina: The Animated Series 1 season, 65 episodes September 6, 1999 – February 27, 2000 UPN (Disney's One Too)
ABC (Disney's One Saturday Morning)
Walt Disney Television Animation TV-Y7 Traditional
Detetion Comedy 1 season, 13 episodes Bob Doucette September 11, 1999 – March 25, 2000 Kids' WB Warner Bros. Animation N/A Traditional
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot Science fiction
• Superhero
2 seasons, 26 episodes September 18, 1999 – March 5, 2001 Fox Kids • Adelaide Productions
• Dark Horse Entertainment
Columbia TriStar Television
TV-Y7 Traditional
Xyber 9: New Dawn Science fiction 2 seasons, 26 episodes September 18, 1999 – March 5, 2001 Fox Kids • Bokabi Productions
Saban Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
Mike, Lu, & Og Comedy 2 seasons, 26 episodes • Mikhail Shindel
• Mikhail Aldashin
Charles Swenson
November 12, 1999 – May 27, 2001 Cartoon Network • Kinofilm
• Studio Pilot
TV-G Traditional
Courage the Cowardly Dog Horror comedy 4 seasons, 52 episodes John R. Dilworth November 12, 1999 – November 22, 2002 Cartoon Network Stretch Films
Hanna-Barbera (pilot)
TV-Y7 Traditional
NASCAR Racers Action 2 seasons, 26 episodes November 20, 1999 – March 24, 2001 Fox Kids • Saerom Animation
Saban Entertainment
TV-Y7 Traditional
Little Bill Educational 4 seasons, 52 episodes Bill Cosby November 28, 1999 – February 6, 2004 Nick Jr. Nickelodeon Animation Studio TV-Y Traditional

United Kingdom

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Kipper Children's television show 6 seasons, 78 episodes Mick Inkpen 5 September 1997 – 21 December 2000 ITV • Grand Slamm Children's Films
• HIT Entertainment
Traditional
Bob the Builder Children's animation 19 series, 250 episodes Keith Chapman • Original series: 28 November 1998 – 28 September 2004
• Project: Build It: 2 May 2005 – 3 October 2009
• Ready, Steady, Build!: 5 August 2010 – 31 December 2011
CBeebies (UK)
Nick Jr. (US, 2001–2004)
PBS Kids (US, 2005–2018)
• Channel 5
Kids Street
(UK, 2015–present) • Hot Animation (1998-2007)
• HIT Entertainment
• SD Entertainment (Ready, Steady, Build!)
Stop-motion
Maisy • Children
Animated
1 season, 26 episodes Lucy Cousins 11 February 1999 – 2 November 2000 CITV • King Rollo Films
• PolyGram Visual Programming
• Universal Pictures Visual Programming
Traditional

Canada

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Tales from the Cryptkeeper 3 seasons, 39 episodes September 18, 1993 – December 4, 1999 • Canada: YTV, Teletoon
• United States: ABC, CBS
• France: Canal+, M6
• EC Comics
Nelvana
• Fantome Animation (season 3)
Traditional
ReBoot Science fiction
• Action-adventure
4 seasons, 48 episodes • Gavin Blair
• Ian Pearson
• Phil Mitchell
• John Grace
September 7, 1994 – November 30, 2001 YTV • Mainframe Entertainment
• Alliance Communications (seasons 1–3)
• Shaw Communications (season 3)
• Alliance Atlantis (season 4)
CGI
Little Bear • Preschool animation
• Adventure
• Fantasy
• Comedy
• Drama
• Action
Family
History
5 seasons, 65 episodes Else Holmelund Minarik
Maurice Sendak
• Jeff Goode
November 6, 1995 – November 7, 2003 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation • John B. Carls Productions Inc.
Wild Things Productions
Nelvana Limited
• Hong Guang Animation (1999-2003, season 5)
Traditional
Stickin' Around Slapstick
Comedy
3 seasons, 39 episodes • Robin Steele
• Brianne Leary
August 14, 1996 – April 13, 1998 YTV Nelvana Traditional
Birdz Animation 1 season, 13 episodes Larry Jacobs 3 October 1998 – 2 January 1999 CBS (United States)
• STV
CTV
Nelvana Traditional
Rescue Heroes 1 season, 13 episodes Fisher-Price October 2, 1999 – November 18, 2003 Teletoon Nelvana Traditional

Co-productions

European

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Hammerman 1 season, 13 episodes • Andy Heyward
MC Hammer
September 7, 1991 – 1992 ABC DIC Animation City
• Bustin' Productions, Inc.
• Reteitalia
Traditional
ProStars Animation 1 season, 13 episodes • Andy Heyward
• Douglas Booth
September 14, 1991 – December 7, 1991 NBC DIC Animation City
• Reteitalia
Traditional
Super Mario World Adventure
Fantasy
13 episodes Shigeru Miyamoto (original characters) September 14, 1991 – December 7, 1991 NBC (United States)
Italia 1 (Italy)
• Telecinco (Spain)
DIC Animation City
• Reteitalia, S.p.A.
Nintendo of America Inc.
Traditional
Wish Kid • Animation
• Comedy
• Fantasy
• Family
1 season, 13 episodes September 14, 1991 – December 7, 1991 NBC DIC Animation City
• Reteitalia
Traditional
Where's Wally? 13 episodes Martin Handford September 14, 1991 – December 14, 1991 CBS (United States)
ITV (CITV)
The Children's Channel (United Kingdom)
Sei Young Animation Co., Ltd.
• The Waldo Film Company
DIC Enterprises
• HIT Communications PLC
Traditional
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog • Adventure
• Comedy
1 season, 65 episodes • Original series: September 6, 1993 – December 3, 1993
• Christmas special: November 24, 1996
• Broadcast syndicaton (U.S.)
Italia 1 (Italy)
• Telecinco (Spain)
DIC Animation City
Sega of America
• Bohbot Entertainment
• Reteitalia, S.p.A.
Traditional
Madeline Children's television series 3 seasons, 59 episodes September 12, 1993 – March 1, 2001 • United States:
HBO (pilot), The Family Channel (remaining 5 specials and Season 1), ABC (season 2), Disney Channel (Playhouse Disney, season 3)
• Canada:
Global Television Network, Radio-Canada, Canal Famille, TFO
• France:
Canal+ (pilot), France 3 (specials 2–6), TF1
DIC Entertainment, L.P.
• Cinar (specials 2–6)
• France Animation (specials 2–6)
Traditional
All-New Dennis the Menace 13 episodes • Sean Roche
• Robert Shellhorn
September 18, 1993 – December 11, 1993 CBS DIC Productions L.P.
• Reteitalia
• Saerom Animation (animation)
Traditional
Sonic the Hedgehog • Action
• Science fantasy
2 seasons, 26 episodes September 18, 1993 – December 3, 1994 ABC (U.S.)
Italia 1 (Italy)
DIC Productions L.P.
Sega of America
• Reteitalia
• Saerom Animation
• Milimetros
Traditional

Canadian

Title Genre Seasons/episodes Show creator(s) Original release Network Studio Technique
Little Rosey 13 episodes September 8, 1990 – December 22, 1990 ABC Traditional
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures • Fantasy
Animation
Sci fi
Comedy
• Adventure
2 seasons, 21 episodes September 15, 1990 – November 16, 1991 CBS (season 1)
Fox (Fox Kids, season 2)
Hanna-Barbera Productions (season 1)
DIC Enterprises (season 2)
Orion Television Entertainment
• Nelson Entertainment
Traditional
Fievel's American Tails 1 season, 13 episodes David Kirschner September 12, 1992 – December 5, 1992 CBS • Amblin Television
• Amblimation
Nelvana
• Universal Cartoon Studios
Traditional
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs Adventure
• Science fantasy
1 season, 13 episodes • Steven E. de Souza
• Mark Schultz
September 18, 1993 – January 28, 1994 CBS (United States) Nelvana Limited
• Galaxy Films
• de Souza Productions
Traditional
The Magic School Bus • Educational
• Adventure
• Comedy
• Science fantasy
4 seasons, 52 episodes September 10, 1994 – December 6, 1997 PBS • South Carolina ETV
Nelvana
Scholastic Entertainment
Traditional
Free Willy Animation 2 seasons, 21 episodes September 24, 1994 – February 25, 1995 ABC
Global Television Network
Nelvana
• Regency Enterprises
• Le Studio Canal
Warner Bros. Television
Traditional
Wild C.A.T.s 1 season, 13 episodes Jim Lee
• Brandon Choi
October 1, 1994 – January 21, 1995 CBS • WildStorm Productions
Nelvana Limited
Traditional
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Animated
Comedy
3 seasons, 41 episodes Duane Capizzi December 9, 1995 – February 4, 2000 CBS (1995–1997)
Nickelodeon (1999–2000)
• Morgan Creek Productions
Nelvana Limited (1995-1997, seasons 1-2)
• Odyssey Entertainment (1999-2000, season 3)
Traditional
Arthur Comedy-drama
• Slice of life
Problem solving
• Edutainment
24 seasons, 246 episodes Marc Brown October 7, 1996 – present PBS • Cinar (seasons 1–8)
• Cookie Jar Entertainment (seasons 9–15)
• 9 Story Entertainment (seasons 16–19)
• Oasis Animation (season 20–present)
• WGBH Boston
Traditional (season 1-15)/Flash (season 16-19)/Toon Boom Harmony (season 20-)
Caillou 5 seasons, 96 episodes, 345 segments • Hélène Desputeaux
• Christine L'Heureux
September 15, 1997 – October 3, 2010 Télétoon (Seasons 1–4, French)
Teletoon (Seasons 1–4, English)
Treehouse TV (Season 5, English)
TFO (Season 5, French)
• Cinar (Seasons 1-3)
• Cookie Jar Entertainment (Seasons 4-5)
• Clockwork Zoo (Season 5)
Traditional (seasons 1-3)/Flash (season 4)/Toon Boom Harmony (season 5)
Franklin 6 seasons, 78 episodes November 3, 1997 – August 8, 2004 • Canada:
Family Channel (Seasons 1-5)
Treehouse TV (Season 6)
France: TF1
Nelvana
• Neurones France (Seasons 1-4)
• Neurones Luxembourg (Seasons 1-4)
• Neuroplanet (Season 5)
• LuxAnimation (Season 6)
• Alphanim (Season 6)
Traditional
Flying Rhino Junior High 2 seasons, 26 episodes Ray Nelson, Jr. October 3, 1998 – January 22, 2000 CBS (United States)
Teletoon (Canada)
• Big Daddy Productions
• Flying Rhinoceros, Inc.
Neurones Animation
• Scottish Television Enterprises
Nelvana Limited
• CBS Productions
Traditional
Anatole Children's television 1 season, 26 episodes October 3, 1998 – June 28, 1999 CBS • Valentine Productions s.a.r.l.
Nelvana
• Scottish Television Enterprises
Traditional
Dumb Bunnies 26 episodes October 3, 1998 – September 26, 1999 Home Box Office
Seven Network
Cartoon Network
Scholastic
Nelvana
• Yoram Gross-Village Roadshow
Traditional
Mythic Warriors 2 seasons, 26 episodes November 7, 1998 – 2000 CBS Nelvana
Marathon Media
Traditional
Ed, Edd n Eddy Comedy 6 seasons, 70 episodes Danny Antonucci January 4, 1999 – November 8, 2009 Cartoon Network • a.k.a. Cartoon
• Yeson Animation Studios
• Funbag Animation Studios
Traditional
Dragon Tales Fantasy 3 seasons, 96 episodes • Ron Rodecker
• Jim Coane
September 6, 1999 – November 25, 2005 PBS Kids • Adelaide Productions
Sesame Workshop
Columbia TriStar Television (1999-2002)
• Sony Pictures Television (2002-2005)
Decode Entertainment
• C.O.R.E.
Traditional
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