Throwback Thursday – 5 shows from 90s Cartoon Network which we still love

We never stop loving cartoon shows, from childhood days to adulthood we enjoy watching them. We still binge watch cartoon shows from the past just to make us feel at home and bring some fun and joyful memories. Today, we have cartoon shows in abundance and most of them are reboots from the past.

Most of cartoon shows we watched as kids brought positive messages and learning. They had simple yet amazing storylines. We all could relate to the characters. Although, In India Doordarshan was the first channel to bring cartoon shows, we always remember cartoon network for making us fall in love with awesome series.

Well, today we take you down the memory lane with 5 cartoon shows of Cartoon Network which we still love:

  1. Scooby-Doo, where are you!

This show was the first incarnation of the Hanna-Barbera morning cartoon series.  Did you know, that Scooby doo was originally named Mysteries five and later the name was changed. We loved watching Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and Scooby solving mysteries driving the mystery machine.


  1. The Flintstones

Living in the prehistoric has its drawbacks but the Flintstones family survived.  Crazy to believe, but they had dinosaur as their friend and they had stone-made cars which were run by feet. Fred and Wilma Flintstones and their friends Barney and Betty Rubble were always fun to watch.


  1. The Jetsons

The kids from the 90s watched The Jetsons with awe, wishing to live life like the George Jetson family residing in the orbit city. The mobile phones, skyscrapers, and unmanned drones were a thing a future and today they actually are available for us. Some cartoons really are visionary. Isn’t it?


  1. The Mask

Many of us probably wouldn’t remember the name of the show but will surely remember the laugh riot which followed. This was a crazy one, the green monster that comes into life after wearing a mysterious mask did a lot of mess in the city.


  1. Captain Planet

‘Earth, Fire, Wind, Water…Captain Planet he’s our hero,’ as soon as this theme song began we all sang it along. Captain Planet is really our hero who educated the youth about conserving the mother earth and natural resources. Now, Leonardo DiCaprio, the actor and environmentalist is bringing Captain Planet to the big screen. We are eagerly waiting to see how it turns out.



Bless the people who dubbed the above shows in Hindi for us and gave us the best memories to live by in our life. Thank you Cartoon Network, we miss you!