Cartoon Network shows of the 2000s are an indispensable part of the childhood of many of us, especially the 9X generation. Till now, they have kept going with young generations and left an indelible mark on their childhood. Check out the following list of old shows on Cartoon Network with right now!

Best Cartoon Network Shows Of The 2000s (1/2)

Samurai Jack (2001 - 2017)

Inspired by bushido in Japanese culture, Genndy Tartakovsky’s adventure TV series Samurai Jack tells a story about a samurai whose countryside is destroyed by an ultimate evil called Aku. In a fierce struggle against Aku, Jack is pushed to the future and has to prevent this evil’s invasion once again, as well as to learn how to return to the past.

Space Ghost Coast To Coast (1993 - 2011)

The next name on the list of Cartoon Network shows 90s and 2000s is Space Ghost Coast To Coast, a series that is better known as an animated parody talk show for adults. That’s true. Some animated series are made to aim at adult audiences, instead of children.

Space Ghost Coast To Coast revolves around Space Ghost, a superhero who hosts a talk show with guests as other celebrities and superheroes on Earth. Space Ghost teams up with villain Zorak and director Moltar to interview real-life celebrities via video calls. This series consists of 12 seasons and receives an IMDb rating of 7.9.

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Dexter’s Laboratory (1996 - 2003)

Another series is created by director Genndy Tartokovsky, Dexter’s Laboratory. It mentions a scientific genius who conducts countless experiments in his secret laboratory while always keeping his eyes on his elder sister Dee Dee. This boy even has to use both his teeth and fingernail to prevent her from invading his lab. Dexter’s laboratory rapidly gained a lot of acclaim after its release.

Teen Titans (2003 - 2007)

Based on DC Comics’s comic book, Teen Titans revolves around a superhero team of the same name. The main characters include Robin - Batman’s disciple, Cyborg - half human half robot, Starfire - a female alien, Beast Boy - a green boy who can transform into any animal, and Raven - a dark witch. Through the series, Teen Titans have to struggle against villains including Deathstroke to protect justice. Teen Titans always sits on the top Cartoon Network animated series of all times, and therefore, it deserves a spot on the list of Cartoon Network shows from the 2000s.

Teen Titans
Teen Titans.

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Best Cartoon Network Shows Of The 2000s (2/2)

Courage The Cowardly Dog (1999 - 2002)

Produced in 1999, Courage The Cowardly Dog tells a story about a dog called Courage who lives with an old couple in Nowhere. They always have to face mysterious and scary forces; however, despite his fear, Courage tries his best to beat the villains and protect his owners.

Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends (2004 - 2009)

Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends revolves around the adventures of an 8-year-old boy Mac. He accidentally discovers Foster’s house and meets awkward friends that seemingly exist in the imaginary world. From that moment, Mac, Bloo, and these mysterious characters start enjoying colorful and unbelievable adventures. Watch Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends to know why this series belongs to the best old Cartoon Network shows list 2000!

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Ed, Edd N Eddy (1999 - 2009)

As suggested via its name, this series tells a story about three mischievous boys who always play all pranks to steal money from their friends and neighborhoods. However, they usually face a lot of trouble caused by their own pranks. Ed, Edd N Eddy was directed by Danny Antonucci and consists of 6 seasons. It received an IMDb rating of 7.5.

The Powerpuff Girls (1998 - 2005)

The indispensable name on the list of best Cartoon Network shows of the 2000s is the animated series about supergirls, The Powerpuff Girls. It tells a story about the adventures of three cutie supergirls including Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup. They protect their city from cruel villains such as Mojo Jojo, Him, and Ganggreen Gang.

Chowder (2007 - 2010)

Eddy Houchins’s Chowder revolves around a boy named Chowder and his adventures to pursue his dream. He becomes a trainee for Chief Mung Daal to be a great chief in the future. However, Chowder always has to control his hunger to complete all missions. This series offers the global audience an interesting and inspirational story about a young boy’s journey to pursue a dream.

Above are some of the best Cartoon Network shows of the 2000s you shouldn’t miss. Many on this list have continued to rock the magically imaginary world of children, and even adults across the world. Watch them all right now!

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