Cartoons you want on Netflix/Hulu

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  1. Dr.Pepper

    Dr.Pepper Well-Known Member

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    What are some cartoons you want on Netflix, Hulu or another streaming service? For me:

    Gargoyles: I watched this show when I was little, but I know it has a lot of adult appeal. I want to see if I still like it.

    Mighty Max: pretty much same as above.

    Recess: I want to watch Recess again. It was always such an odd show for me. I wanted to watch it when it was on One SaturdayMorning, but never really did. By the time it showed up on Disney/Toon Disney I stopped caring.

    Pepper Ann: one of my favorite shows ever, so I would kill to see it officially.

    CatDog: a childhood favorite. I know it doesn't hold up but it would be fun to watch.

    My Little Pony Tales: ditto

    Kablam: duh

    Arthur: (earlier seasons specifically) just for nostalgia

    Also pretty much any CN original (such as KND, EEnE, Billy & Mandy, etc) that aren'talready there. These can easily work on the new Boomerang app.

    (Also not cartoons but All That and Wishbone)
     
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  2. Gear3dGryph0n

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    I'd second bringing back the old 90s Disney stuff. It sucks that the company treats those shows as the red-headed illegitimate stepchildren of the company. They should stop being so protective of their brand and give them a proper streaming deal already instead of letting them collect dust, encourage piracy, and not generate any revenue. I'd add The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and PB&J Otter for good measure and nostalgia's sake.

    I'd also like to throw in some international and obscure stuff as well, given that it's most of what ends up on the airwaves of new channels. In particular, I'd give mention to the Canadian classic The Raccoons as well as some older Nelvana stuff like Rupert and Babar. The Lionhearts was a short-lived Saturday morning cartoon that was formerly on Hulu but disappeared for reasons unknown. Similarly, a lot of people see potential in a show like Bagel and Becky but it is unfortunately victim to a bad international deal with the BBC that leaves it digitally geoblocked, even in countries where it doesn't have a deal in place like the US. Many other international and independent shows that could have a following in this country are left out by the small number of large companies that dominate the business and I'd like to see more attention paid to them.
     
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  3. jaylop97

    jaylop97 Well-Known Member

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    Of Hulu or Netflix I think that Hulu should up its game off picking up some streaming rights. Though the only shows I would consider are probably the acquired shows that aired on CN at one point like Code Lyoko or certain other shows like for Nick Rocko's Modern Life.
     
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  4. Eldorado

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    It's not necessarily a cartoon but I think Powerless would do better if it was a Hulu-only series.
     
  5. Golden Geek

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    I wish Gravity Falls was on US Netflix.
     
  6. superkeegan9100

    superkeegan9100 Well-known user and expert in cartoons

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    I would like to see more Nelvana shows on Netflix.
     
  7. Dr.Pepper

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    It's on Hulu.
     
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    Would love to see Zip Zip make it through Hulu or Netflix. I'm still waiting for the last season one episodes that hasn't arrived on Youtube yet.

    Also, Detentionaire, Hubert & Takato, Rolling With the Ronks! and The Bagel & Becky Show.
     
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    Swat Kats Revolution. People can support the reboot with the official petition to make it happen.
     
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  10. wonderfly

    wonderfly Shaking things up a bit
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    "Exo-Squad". I want it back on Hulu (or Netflix). It was on Hulu from like 2009 to 2012...but then it got pulled. They really need to bring it back somewhere online, legally.
     
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    Both of these. At least Gargoyles is on DVD, but no MM.



    How bout the original for starters. Also, maybe Avatar: Last Airbender too.

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  12. Antonio Bravo

    Antonio Bravo IDOL UP!

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    I would love to see some DIC Cartoons on Netflix or Hulu.
     
  13. Jeff Harris

    Jeff Harris Creator/Webmaster, TXB

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    I know a handful of DiC and Hasbro shows, including the original Inspector Gadget, My Little Pony, My Little Pony Tales, GI Joe, Transormers, and others are available on Tubi TV and Popcorn Flicks on Roku and other streaming services. Some are even streaming on Pluto TV's channels. All for free.
     
  14. Dudley

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    When Netflix had CN and Nick shows, they had Ed, Edd n Eddy, Generator Rex, Rocko's Modern Life and Aaah! Real Monsters.
    I wish Hulu would pick up those like they picked up the other CN and Nick shows.

    Having the Disney cartoons of the 90's to now on either platform would be great too.


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  15. Sonicx399

    Sonicx399 Wannabe animator

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    I second that. Amazon Prime seems to be throwing in some obscure cartoons.
     
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