Animations You Should Be Watching

Article by Maureen Kasuku
Posted: December 18, 2019

The majority of us grew up on cartoon network, and the love for cartoons has been ever-growing for some people (especially me). Something about animations is just so creative, one cannot help but keep on watching, episode after episode. Mostly humor, characters, and storyline.

Welcome, all animation-aholics!


Rick and Morty

Everybody loves this show, the bizarre storyline, characters, and dark humor, make this show watchable. Rick Sanchez arrives at his daughter’s home after missing for 20 years. His daughter Beth welcomes him but her husband, Jerry isn’t pleased about the reunion. Rick is a sociopathic scientist who uses the garage for his dangerous experiments. He is worried about the effect Rick would have on the family and his grandchildren Morty and Summer.

Big Mouth

Puberty is a hella difficult process to go through especially when you are a young person. This highly adult show tells the story of Andrew who is learning to be grown up. Along with his friends Nick and Jessi, who end up developing a budding romance.

Bojack Horseman

This adult show is about a humanoid horse named BoJack Horseman. Once an acclaimed and famous star of a 90’s sitcom, his star has dimmed down after his show was suddenly canceled. Lost in booze and self-loathing, he decides on making a comeback.  With the help of a human sidekick and a feline ex-girlfriend, who is also his agent, he is determined to make it happen. Hollywood has changed and getting used to new technologies will take time.


International spy Sterling Archer and his coworkers including his ex-girlfriend and his mother work at a New York-based intelligence agency. They battle rival spies and enemies and their own dysfunctional personalities.

South Park

Four young boys, Eric Cartman the loudmouth, Kenny McCormick the silent type, Stan Marsha and Kyle Broflovski live on South Park and go through different adventures. The added bonus is that they make fun of pop culture and celebrities.

What’s your favorite animation? Let us know!





About the author

Maureen Kasuku

Maureen is our resident cat lady and Beyoncé stan. She writes about spas, brunch and ballet recitals but has never been to any. Moonlights as a social justice activist in her spare time. She knows things and is obnoxiously opinionated on the internet but not in real life


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