8. Harvey Birdman, Attorney At Law (2000)
Like Space Ghost Coast To Coast, Harvey Birdman, Legal Advocate was an Adult Swim series that took the old characters of Hanna-Barbera the generation that grew up with them and made them the most-watched audience of adults. In the case of Harvey Birdman, a lawyer who turned out to be a lawyer was often assigned to protect the actors from any legal issues that might arise.
The first run ran from 2001 to 2007, although Harvey Birdman recently returned with Harvey Birdman: Attorney General in 2018, it was reported that Birdgirl had just been announced and instructed to do the series. With a legacy that has lasted so long and looks set to start again, it’s no surprise that this Adult Swim show makes this list.
7. Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000)
One of the surreal initiatives that put adult swimming on the map, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force may not need to be introduced to many fans of the blockchain program.
The show began in 2002, and at the time of its cancellation in 2015, it was the longest-running Adult Swim show. Who would have thought that the show that started the Space Ghost Coast To Coast entertainment tv show would have such legs?
The Aqua Teen Hunger Force has been another Adult Swim movie discovery series, and one of the few shows to get its characters to live in the Adult Swim branding. Meatwad, Frylock, Master Shake, and especially Carl have consolidated their legacy as icons of Adult Swim show, and their imperfections will remain timeless mainly due to the foundation of this series.
As a side note, the success of the show is particularly impressive as it leaves the character’s perspective as a crime fighter at the beginning of the series.
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6. The Eric Andre Show (2012)
In the event that there was an Adult Swim show that could best be described as a “flu dream,” Eric Andre Show was. Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress’s conversation with the leading speakers went out of the way, often with no one downstairs who sometimes didn’t know where to go. This has created an unpleasant and funny joke that the series has grown since its inception in 2012.
The Legalize Ranch to the Let Me In a meme, Eric Andre series has established himself as one of Adult Swim’s show most famous games among fans. Season 5 is scheduled to take place, although the bulk of Season 4 was broadcast in 2016, so it can’t be said when the new season could come.
5. Frisky Dingo (2006)
While this was not the greatest achievement of Adam Reed’s creation, Frisky Dingo was one of his greatest talents. It focuses on Killface, a powerless boss who tried to destroy the world but was interrupted by the insignificant giant Awesome X, real name Xander Crews.
The first season focused on Killface’s failed attempt to destroy the world while the second season focused on him using the fall of the event as the basis for his campaign to become President of America.
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4. Rick And Morty (2013)
Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon’s science fiction sitcom quickly caught a cultural zeitgeist and tried to strangle it. Calling Rick and Morty black is a trivial matter, but it is that darkness that brings out the humor. Rick’s relentless attack on hope amplifies the series as he cunningly tries to exploit the whole situation to his advantage.
Luckily, he has Morty to make him human. Unique characters and catchy tricks that keep fans coming back for more, as well as hitting the social media over and over to ask when the new season is coming.
3. The Boondocks (2005)
Best Adult Swim Show. Originally a comedy line of the same name that ran from 1996 to 2006, creator Aaron McGruder transformed it into an animated series of Adult Swim in 2005.
The focus was on the Freemans, a black family that was moving to a white area, especially Woodcrest. With a never-ending look at slander and ridicule, the series explores various issues related to blackness in a world that generally does not accept blackness. Boondocks made you laugh while you often argued in the right way.
2. The Venture Bros (2004)
There is an argument to be made that this is one of the best programs in the history of television. Venture Bros. brings a staggering amount of pop culture, which requires its viewers to know more about the performance of music, movies, TV, comic books, books, video games, and more.
Even the most prominent characters are made perfect with many sites and continuous arcs playing in all episodes, seasons, and the whole series. While Venture Bros has not yet gained popularity with some Adult Swim shows, there is still a lot they have to offer.
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1. Robot Chicken (2005)
Best Adult Swim Show. Very few shows can garner nearly universal recognition in geek culture, but Robot Chicken is one of the few shows on the field. That’s because it’s very popular for its traditional geek pop culture, and has won several Emmys since its inception in 2005. The series has worked for seven seasons so far and has specialized in Star Wars, DC Comics, and The Walking Dead which was once a classic.
As a case of unfamiliar fans, Robot Chicken came up with a comic in ToyFare magazine. Eventually, a show was created, great shows that were passed on until Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane suggested Seth Green and staff put the show on Adult Swim. Suffice it to say it was a game made in heaven, and Robot Chicken seems to have a home in Adult Swim for as long as it wants