Nickelodeon has brought us 90’s kids some classics we still love today. From SpongeBob SquarePants still airing today to Hey Arnold! and Rocko’s Modern Life, here are our five best Nickelodeon cartoons of all time we’re still nostalgic over. If this list makes you miss some of the best cartoons of our childhood, you can now catch them on Nick At Nite from your local TV provider like DISH, DishLatino, DirecTV, Verizon, or AT&T, and from streaming platforms like Hulu, Disney+ and CBS All Access.
Some of our favorite shows are even late; The seasons are separate and even end with animation in private action. Despite all this, we can and have gone too far with television programming more than ever. Many TV fanatics and movie buffs feel they are running out of things to watch, but luckily 2021 is just around the corner and there are some great new shows to watch! There are lots of new shows on traditional cable TV like DISH TV, Xfinity, and Verizon as well as in the current plans, but these are our top 5 shows we’re most looking forward to launching in 2021.
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1. SpongeBob SquarePants
Premiered On: May 1, 1999
Finale On: Still Airing
In a whopping thirteen seasons and still going strong; SpongeBob SquarePants makes the top of our list. This classic stars a yellow sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea with his pet snail Gary in the city of Bikini Bottom. Watch him and his antics at the Krusty Krab, boating school and hanging out with his friends Patrick Star and Sandy Cheeks. If you can’t picture every scene with your eyes closed as an episode plays, are you even a real SpongeBob SquarePants fan? If the show isn’t enough, there are also three SpongeBob SquarePants movies and a myriad of SpongeBob SquarePants video games.
2. Hey Arnold!
Premiered On: October 7, 1996
Finale On: June 8, 2004
Hey Arnold lasted for five seasons, two movies and even a videogame for the Gameboy Advance. Watch best friends Arnold and Gerald navigate 4th grade together in a city that very closely resembles Brooklyn but never actually named in the show. To make the show more interesting, Arnold lives with his grandparents in a classic boarding house and four other eccentric multi-racial boarders.
3. Rocko’s Modern Life
Premiered On: September 18, 1993
Finale On: November 24, 1996
Rocko’s Modern Life aired for four seasons and most recently came back recently for a Netflix special. Watch Rocko the Australian wallaby navigate his new life in the United States. It doesn’t turn out to be quite how he imagined it with off the wall crazy neighbors, intense house problems and his job at Lot O’ Comics. Cheer him on as he overcomes these new challenges with his new best friend Heffer the cow and his pet dog Spunky.
Premiered On: August, 11 1991
Finale On: August 1, 2004
Rugrats is another classic that aired for five whole seasons, three movies, a bunch of console games and later revamped with the main characters as preteens in All Grown Up!. Watch this classic cartoon from the perspective of a baby’s view. Everything for these four babies is new, confusing, mysterious and larger than life, literally!
Premiered On: August, 11 1991
Finale On: June 26, 1999
Whether you watched Doug on Nickelodeon or as a part of Saturday morning cartoons, it was a classic that lasted us seven seasons and a movie on Disney+ since the launch of the streaming platform. Watch Doug Funnie maneuver his way through 6th and later on 7th grade in school narrated from Doug’s journal. The show addresses topics we all dealt with in school like friendships, romantic relationships, bullying, rumors, and fitting in.