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With the huge adult cartoon set to conclude its 20th season this month, Family Guy fans will need something new to watch to help fill the void that the show leaves. Others may be looking to move on to something else entirely.




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It's true that one-time archetypes of adult animation like Family Guy and The Simpsons have recently waned in both popularity and quality, but the last few years have seen newcomers like Rick and Morty and Big Mouth contend for the after-dark TV throne. Obviously, few series have enough staying power to remain on-air for over two decades like Family Guy, but, given how stale Seth MacFarlane's 2000s darling has become, it's time for fans to look elsewhere to get their daily dose of profane humor.


Updated May 18th, 2022 by George Chrysostomou: With so many more adult animated shows being added to the genre, it becomes more apparent that there's a wider array of stories to tell that are perhaps deemed of a higher quality than Family Guy. These series are absolutely worth checking out for their gorgeous visuals, hilarious scripts, and excellent voice acting.


From the genius adult animation wizard Matt Groening comes Disenchantment, which is a huge change of pace from the series he has produced in the past. It takes place in the fictional world of Dreamland and sees a cast of fantastical characters explore this mysterious kingdom.


Centered on a group of aliens that have fled their dying planet and are now creating a home on Earth, it's fascinating to see humanity from this very extra terrestrial perspective. It's incredibly meta in its humor, but the setup of these unusual protagonists gives it an edge against the likes of adult animation such as Family Guy.


Marvel Comics boasts a wide range of unusual characters that perhaps could only work in an adult animation series. Hit-Monkey is a fantastic demonstration of that, with the animation team holding nothing back in their portrayal of this murderous primate.


When it comes to sci-fi shows there are plenty that have been given the adult animation format to truly explore their narrative. Final Space is a full-on space opera though, with a tapestry of interwoven beats that paint a galaxy full of adventure and danger.


In terms of creativity, this series tends to always be evolving, which is a necessity for a long-running show. American Dad characters such as Steve and Roger are simply adult comedy staples, as they bring a lot of marvelous components to the show, whether it be their dialogue or wacky hijinks.


Set during the 1970s, the show has an emotional, raw feel to it that's almost totally absent in a series as irreverent and low-brow as Family Guy. An ongoing Netflix staple since it debuted in 2015, F Is For Family has proven to have more staying power than most newer adult series.


Known for its raunchy comedy, Big Mouth has become one of the most popular adult cartoons today. The way it focuses on gross-out humor is unlike anything viewers have ever seen, which definitely has allowed it to gain a lot of attention.


However, what is often not spoken about is the fact that it does an immensely solid job tackling real issues that adolescents experience during puberty. It may be a hard sell due to its unique style, but fans of adult-oriented comedy series owe it to themselves to check this one out.


Both of these television shows were golden when they hit the air, but The Simpsons completely changed the TV landscape and made adult cartoons relevant. During its prime years, it was a show that possessed so much heart and had some of the funniest writing that we have ever seen. Thus, it clearly deserves the win over the competition.


This show is as real as it gets when it comes to cartoons, as it stresses the importance of character development. For example, Bobby Hill continues to grow throughout the series, while also teaching Hank lessons in the process. This is simply a hilarious series that is a must-watch for those who have yet to.


This show also would go on to create some of the saddest moments in adult cartoon history, often with Fry being the individual going through them. Although tearjerkers, those scenes are essential for the audience, as they enhance the show's overall story. This is something typically Family Guy fails to produce.


As time went on, Rick & Morty would gradually get the attention that it truly deserves. Presently, it is easily one of the most popular adult cartoons, as the Rick & Morty series is immensely unique, while also being written in a stellar fashion.


Cartoons were traditionally meant to be short, sweet, brightly animated shows for children, and while those still exist and dominate the majority of the cartoon genre, there are also cartoons for adults. Think Adult Swim, an entire channel dedicated to adult-oriented animation.


There have been plenty of successful adult cartoons over the years like The Simpsons, Robot Chicken, Futurama, and Family Guy. There are also new ones constantly popping up. As of today, there are over 100 shows listed in the full Adult Swim catalog. Other networks and production companies have created adult cartoons, as well, including MTV, Netflix, FX, HBO and Hulu.


BoJack Horseman is also often credited as contributing to the rise of the "sad-com," blending both comedy and sadness to create a new genre. So, if you're looking for an animated show that will make you laugh and maybe even cry, BoJack Horseman is your best bet. It simply puts the 'adult' in 'adult cartoon' more than any other show.


Animated TV series for adults have specifically thrived in this recent content boon. There was once a stigma surrounding cartoons: they were only for children. But, thanks to their smaller production costs compared to live-action series, many adult cartoons are currently airing on TV and streaming platforms.


Updated September 29, 2022, by Anthony Jeanetta. Given the speed and relative inexpensiveness of production, the streaming wars have led to a windfall of animated TV shows, specifically, animated series geared toward adults. This list is updated to include more adult cartoons currently airing.


In 2011, Bob's Burgers was the newcomer in adult animation, sliding alongside The Simpsons and Family Guy in Fox's lineup. Over a decade and 200+ episodes later, it has become a staple of the adult cartoon landscape. Similarly, like The Simpsons, Bob's Burgers recently had its own movie, garnering high praise from critics and audiences.


The Archer's trajectory is quite atypical, even for the animated genre, which allows for increased flexibility in a show's style and plot. During its 13 seasons, Archer's creators have used animation's pliability to reinvent the show on multiple occasions. Unlike more traditional adult animated series, like The Simpsons, this regular innovation breathes new life into Archer and ensures it remains fresh.


Big Mouth is a unique entity, even in adult animation. The show is certainly for adults, but benefits significantly from the hindsight of looking back on puberty through the eyes of older creators. Still, despite this more mature viewpoint, teenagers can enjoy Big Mouth while genuinely learning about sexuality, gender, and a multitude of other essential topics.


Invincible, Amazon's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's comic books breaks from the typical superhero fare with a joyfully brutal and adult look at a world with super-powered beings. The TV series is so effective partly because of how much contemporary society has become obsessed with superheroes and comic books. This fixation allows Invincible to experiment with the genre freshly and fearlessly. Where Harley Quinn uses vulgar humor, Invincible uses brutal and gratuitous violence to subvert the form.


Arcane is a steampunk fantasy set amidst an escalating conflict between two adjacent cities. Piltover is a rich utopian city overlooking Zaun, which houses the region's poor and oppressed citizens. Two sisters, Vi and Jinx, find themselves in the middle of this brewing conflict, and their fates influence those of both cities. Through its groundbreaking animation style and world-class action sequences, Arcane delivers one of the best adult cartoons in a while.


Rick and Morty is arguably Adult Swim's most significant hit, at least in recent memory. This mainstream success has given Rick and Morty, from creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland, an unprecedented level of attention for an adult animation series, especially one not on a network channel.


Who says cartoons are just for kids? In fact, some of the most popular TV shows for adults fall into the animation category. From the fan-favorite Rick and Morty, to the longest-running primetime TV show, The Simpsons, adult animation has been entertaining the masses for decades.


What makes adult animated tv shows so special is their ability to take something imaginative and colorful from our childhoods and make it a part of our adult lives as well. Luckily, Hulu has a number of adult cartoons ready and waiting for you to explore.


Animated shows can be made to suit any kind of audience. In many cases, there's an obvious divide between what is and isn't for kids, especially when it comes to cartoons. However, many cartoons blur the line.


Kids' cartoons often include the occasional mature joke or dialogue for the parents watching, but others go that extra mile and deliver entirely new perspectives for adult audiences. In these cases, cartoons only get better and more rewarding to revisit over time. When rewatched from an adult's perspective, some cartoons can be appreciated in a whole new light.


SpongeBob SquarePants needs no introduction as one of the most popular kids' cartoons of all time. The ridiculous slapstick shenanigans of this yellow sea sponge may seem like it's for children, but there's more to this nautical nonsense than first meets the eye.


Especially in the first few seasons, SpongeBob's boundless naïveté was contrasted with the surprisingly jaded environment of Bikini Bottom. There's a reason Squidward becomes SpongeBob SquarePant's most relatable character to most adult fans; while SpongeBob's optimism represents a child's perspective, Squidward's cynicism represents adult life as seen by an adult. 041b061a72


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