Bored of rewatching ‘Spongebob’? Binge these animation series now
Some cartoon lovers might question how anyone could ever get tired of watching SpongeBob SquarePants. The animated TV show is perfect for both adults & children which makes a lot of sense because it’s been wildly successful since 1999 after being created by the late Stephen Hillenberg. He passed away in 2018 but he definitely left his mark with the creation of a show like SpongeBob SquarePants.
The Nickelodeon TV show is about a happy-go-lucky sponge who lives at the bottom of the ocean working at a fast food restaurant called The Krusty Krab. His best friends are Patrick Star & Sandy Cheeks, his boss is named Mr. Krabs, his angsty coworker is named Squidward Tentacles, and his bored pet snail is named Gary. We can’t forget about the villain of SpongeBob either . . . Plankton.
If you are indeed tired of re-watching SpongeBob, check out these shows instead.
The Powerpuff Girls
The live action version of The Powerpuff Girls is on its way which has a lot of people excited. The CW has released its first look on what the show is going to look like which has a lot of people reflecting back on the animated version.
Catch up with Buttercup, Bubbles, and Blossom as they fight back against Mojo Jojo and other hilarious villains in the animated version of the show. The adorable little heroines might have been created by accident but they are always in pursuit of justice.
BoJack Horseman is a Netflix original series that definitely deserved more seasons than it got. It came to an end after it’s sixth season at the beginning of 2020 but fans desperately wanted more! The show is about a horse named BoJack who’s addicted to alcohol and bad decisions.
He was the star of a popular 90s sitcom back in the day but now he’s totally washed up. He must make changes in his life so that he doesn’t continue spiraling down the wrong path.
Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends
Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends is an interesting animated TV show to watch for cartoon lovers everywhere. The show, which is available on Hulu for streaming, is about the perfect house for imaginary friends to go once the kids who created them get too old to keep them around. They wait around to get reunited with new kids, but that doesn’t always happen. That being said, they have to be there for each other for the most part.
Tuca & Bertie
Now that Tuca & Bertie has been renewed for a second season, it’s the perfect time to watch the first season. Tuca & Bertie was created by the same woman who created BoJack Horseman, Lisa Hanawalt. It is about two thirty-year-old bird women who live in the same apartment complex and even though they have very different lives, they still have an unbreakable friendship.
If any show deserves to be on this list the most, it would have to be Bob’s Burgers. The reason why is that both Bob’s Burgers and SpongeBob SquarePants focus on guys who work in the fast food restaurant industry.
In Bob’s Burgers, Bob is a husband & father doing his best to take care of his family financially. He opens his own burger restaurant and even though he doesn’t do that well in sales, he never gives up on his dream of being successful.
Rick & Morty
Rick & Morty is certainly one of the more edgier animated shows to watch and it is geared for an older audience. It’s available for streaming on Adult Swim and tells a story of a scientist named Rick who pops up on the doorstep of his daughter’s home turning her entire life upside-down. He starts to spend time with his grandson and through manipulation, he’s able to try out various experiments.