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Best Animated TV shows since 2010

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    Ricky & Morty

    Ricky & Morty

    • Network: Cartoon Network
    • Premiere: December 2, 2013
    • Seasons: 1 (so far)

    In the opening episode, while our protagonists Rick and Morty are running from danger, they watch another running creature go from a baby, into childhood, teenagerdom, young adulthood, middle-age, later-age and eventually death. Rick grabs Morty, who is attempting to look at the creature lying dead behind him, and says "Don't think about it."

    That's the show. Constant realities of science-fiction fantasies intrude the lives of Rick and Morty, and as they stare into the void together, the void stares back. And then they change the channel so they can watch Ball Fondlers.

    8 votes


    • Network: FX
    • Premiere: January 14, 2010
    • Seasons: 5

    The new champion of adult animation, Archer uses the genre to go all-out with spy adventures that would otherwise blow far over a budget. Featuring the inimitable voice of H. Jon Benjamin and a fantastic supporting cast, the misadventures of possibly the worst group of spies in history as they drink, screw, and sleeze their way through the world. The second worst organization named ISIS on Earth happen to be one of the funniest casts in television. 

    6 votes
    Bob's Burgers

    Bob's Burgers

    • Network: Fox
    • Premiere: January 9, 2011
    • Seasons: 4 (Season 5 starting soon)

    It seems that Fox manages to land a new generation-defining animated sitcom whenever their last one goes stale. Family Guy came at a time when The Simpsons was on its last funny legs before plateauing at a series of "heh..."s, and as it is written in the great television prophecies, Bob's Burgers revealed itself to be a marvel as people were jumping off the Seth MacFarlane wagon like that one time I was riding a parade float with Dustin Diamond in Pompeii.


    *cutaway gag*


    Bob's Burgers hopped onto the scene with something that had grown stale on The Simpsons and Family Guy never really had: Heart. Lots of heart and love. This was a family who loved each other and looked out for each other, despite the psychopathic tendencies of the children. Despite a few of their more absurd antics, The Belchers are a working class family striving for the American Dream, and just getting by. They don't have the nice suburban house, instead they get the apartment above the restraunt. They have to constantly scrounge up rent for the landlord. But they get by, and that's inspiring. Also is brought Erotic Friend-fiction to the forefront of mainstream culture, and its' about time we all had a discussion about that.

    4 votes
    Adventure Time

    Adventure Time

    • Network: Cartoon Network
    • Premiere: April 5, 2010
    • Seasons: 6 (and counting)

    The little show that could: Adventure Time started out as an animated short in 2007 for Nickelodeon that didn't get picked up for a full series, only to get later picked up by Cartoon Network and premier in 2010, and over the course of less than 5 years go on to become one of the most succesful, critical acclaimed television shows (let alone cartoon) to air on cable. Balancing episode-to-episode plots with grander mythologies with an ease not seen since the original run of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Adventure Time is undoubtedly going to go down in history not only due to its importance to those who had their formative years during its run, but for being one of the most dense, detailed, and beautiful and downright weird fantasy tales every told in a serialized format.

    3 votes
    Ugly Americans

    Ugly Americans

    • Network: Comedy Central
    • Premiere: March 17, 2010
    • Seasons: 2

    Take New York City, add every horrifying beast, science-fiction freak, and fantasy faerie, shake thoroughly, and you've got Ugly Americans. The program focuses on the life of Mark Lilly, a social worker employed by the Department of Integration, in an alternate reality version of New York City inhabited by monsters and other creatures. Daniel Powell served as executive producer and Aaron Augenblick as supervising producer and animation director.

    2 votes
    BoJack Horseman

    BoJack Horseman

    • Network: Netflix
    • Premiere: August 22, 2014
    • Seasons: 1

    Despite initial criticial dismissial, Netflix bingers who stuck through to the end of the season created a groundswell of support for the show, and the supposed "darkness" that the later half of the season gains. Although it isn't even "dark". It's just real. Here we explore the complexity of what drives people into a state of ego and narcissism. Instead of asking "How is Bojack narcissistic?" it asks "Why?" and is all the better for it.

    2 votes
    5 votes
    Problem Solverz

    Problem Solverz

    • Network: Cartoon Network
    • Premiere: April 4, 2011
    • Seasons: 2

    A show doesn't need to be good to be great. By all accounts, Problem Solverz was an awful show. But by many accounts so is Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job! Taste is objective, but being unique is not. Problem Solvers was ahead of its time, and its aesthetic is perfectly suited to what teenagers these days look for in their entertainment when they're poppin molly or twerking or whatever.

    1 votes
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