List of superhero television series

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The following is a list of superhero television series.

DC and Marvel[edit]

As so many DC and Marvel comic books based on superheroes have been adapted into television series, they have separate entries:

Toei Company[edit]

Japan's Toei Company has also produced numerous tokusatsu superhero television shows, listed in the following article:

Miscellaneous live-action[edit]

This table does not list TV series based on properties owned by DC Comics, Marvel Comics, or Toei.

Title Year(s) Publisher Network Notes
The Lone Ranger[1] 1949–1957 WXYT (AM) ABC Based on the radio show The Lone Ranger.
Captain Video and His Video Rangers[2] 1949–1955 Original DuMont
Buck Rogers[2] 1950–1951 Amazing Stories ABC Series based on the space opera by Phillip Francis Nowlan.
Dick Tracy[3] 1950–1951 Detroit Mirror ABC Series based on the comic strip by Chester Gould.
Terry and the Pirates[4] 1953 Tribune Media Services Syndication Series based on the comic strip Terry and the Pirates by Milton Caniff.
Flash Gordon[2] 1954–1955 King Features Syndicate DuMont Series based on the comic strip Flash Gordon by Alex Raymond.
Captain Midnight[5] 1954–1956 Dancer Fitzgerald Sample CBS Series based on the radio show.
Sheena, Queen of the Jungle[6] 1955–1956 Fiction House Syndication Series based on the comic book by Will Eisner and Jerry Iger.
Zorro[7] 1957–1959 Argosy ABC Produced by Walt Disney Productions.
The Invisible Man[8] 1958–1959 C. Arthur Pearson ITV
Moonlight Mask[9] 1958–1959 Original TBS
Mighty Atom[10] 1959–1960 Kobunsha MBS Adaptation of the manga series Astro Boy.
Steve Canyon[11] 1958–1959 King Features Syndicate NBC Series based on the comic strip Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff.
The Avengers[12] 1961–1969 Original ITV Series unrelated to Marvel's comic book The Avengers.
The Saint[13] 1962–1969 Ward Lock & Co ITV Series based on the books by Leslie Charteris.
Doctor Who[14] 1963–present Original BBC One
Get Smart[15] 1965–1970 NBC/CBS
The Green Hornet[16] 1966–1967 Gold Key Comics ABC Produced by 20th Century Fox Television.
Ultra Series[17] 1966–present Original TBS
Tarzan[18] 1966–1968 A.C. McClurg NBC
Adam Adamant Lives![19] 1966–1967 Original BBC One
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.[13] 1966–1967 NBC Spin-off of The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
Captain Nice[20] 1967 NBC
Mr. Terrific[21] 1967 CBS
He & She[22] 1967–1968 CBS
Akakage[23] 1967–1968 KTV
The Mod Squad[24] 1968–1973 ABC
The Champions[5] 1969 ITV
Kamen Rider Series[25] 1971–present MBS
Spectreman[26] 1971–1972 Fuji TV
Mirrorman[9] 1971–1972 Fuji TV
Kung Fu[27] 1972–1975 ABC
Android Kikaider[9] 1972–1973 TV Asahi
The Six Million Dollar Man[28] 1973–1978 ABC Produced by Universal Television,.
El Chapulin Colorado[29] 1973–1979 Las Estrellas
The Tomorrow People[30] 1973–1979 ITV
Fireman[31] 1973 NTV
Inazuman[9] 1973–1974 TV Asahi
Super Robot Red Baron[9] 1973–1974 NTV
Kikaider 01[9] 1973–1974 TV Asahi Sequel to Android Kikaider.
Zone Fighter[32] 1973 NTV
Super Sentai[33] 1975–present TV Asahi
The Invisible Man[34] 1975–1976 C. Arthur Pearson NBC Series based on the novel The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells.
Holmes & Yoyo[35] 1976–1977 Original ABC
Charlie's Angels[36] 1976–1981 ABC
The Bionic Woman[37] 1976–1978 ABC Spin-off of The Six Million Dollar Man.
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl'[8] 1976–1977 ABC Part of The Krofft Supershow.
Monster Squad[38] 1976–1977 NBC Superheroes based on the Universal Monsters.
The Kids From C.A.P.E.R.[39] 1976–1977 NBC
Wonderbug[40] 1976–1978 ABC Segment of The Krofft Supershow.
Gemini Man[41] 1976 C. Arthur Pearson NBC Series based on the book The Invisible Man.
Man from Atlantis[42] 1977–1978 Original NBC
Bigfoot and Wildboy[43] 1977–1979 ABC Part of The Krofft Supershow.
Ganbaron[44] 1977 Syndication Series loosely inspired by Superman.
Exo-Man[45] 1977 NBC
Jason of Star Command[46] 1978–1980 CBS Part of Tarzan and the Super 7.
Dinosaur Corps Koseidon[47] 1978–1979 Syndication
Space Ironmen Kyodyne[48] 1978 Syndication
Monkey[49] 1978–1980 Wu Cheng'en Nippon TV Series based on the novel Journey to the West.
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century[2] 1979–1981 Amazing Stories NBC Series based on the space opera by Phillip Francis Nowlan.
Megaloman[9] 1979 Original Fuji TV
The Greatest American Hero[50] 1981–1983 ABC
Metal Hero Series[9] 1982–1998 TV Asahi
Knight Rider[51] 1982–1986 NBC
The Powers of Matthew Star[41] 1982–1983 NBC
The Phoenix[52] 1982 ABC
Manimal[8] 1983 NBC
Automan[53] 1983–1984 ABC
Zorro and Son[7] 1983 Argosy CBS
The A-Team[54] 1983–1987 Original NBC
Highway to Heaven[55] 1984–1989 NBC
Going Bananas[56] 1984 NBC
Airwolf[57] 1984–1987 CBS
The Master[58] 1984 ABC
Blue Thunder[59] 1984 ABC Series based on the film Blue Thunder.
Misfits of Science[60] 1985–1986 NBC
Street Hawk[61] 1985 ABC
Super Gran[62] 1985–1987 DC Thomson ITV
MacGyver[63] 1985–1992 Original ABC
The Equalizer[64] 1985–1989 CBS
Stingray[5] 1985–1987 NBC
Photon[65] 1986 Syndication Series based on the laser tag game Photon: The Ultimate Game on Planet Earth.
Journey to the West[49] 1986 Wu Cheng'en CCTV Series based on the novel.
Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future[66] 1987–1988 Original Syndication
Sable[67] 1987–1988 First Comics ABC
Once a Hero[68] 1987 Original ABC
Beauty and the Beast[69] 1987–1990 CBS
Werewolf[70] 1987–1988 Fox
The Highwayman[5] 1987–1988 NBC
My Secret Identity[71] 1988–1991 CTV
Baywatch[72] 1989–2001 NBC
Quantum Leap[73] 1989–1993 NBC
Valentina[74] 1989 linus Italia 1 Series based on the Valentina comic series by Guido Crepax.
Mario Bros. Plumbing[75] 1989 Nintendo Syndication Live-action segment of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
Super Force[76] 1990–1992 Original Syndication
Zorro[77] 1990–1993 Argosy The Family Channel
She-Wolf of London[78] 1990–1991 Original Syndication
The Adventures of Pete & Pete[79] 1991–1996 Nickelodeon
Tarzan[18] 1991–1994 A.C. McClurg TF1
Dark Justice[80] 1991–1993 Original CBS
Highlander: The Series[8] 1992–1998 Syndication Based on the film Highlander.
The Tomorrow People[81] 1992–1995 ITV Reboot of The Tomorrow People.
Forever Knight[82] 1992–1996 CBS Based on the Nick Night film.
Raven[83] 1992–1993 CBS
Mann & Machine[5] 1992 NBC
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles[75] 1992–1993 ABC Part of the Indiana Jones franchise.
Power Rangers[84] 1993–present Fox Contains footage of Super Sentai.
Walker, Texas Ranger[85] 1993–2001 CBS Series starring Chuck Norris.
Kung Fu: The Legend Continues[27] 1993–1997 PTEN Sequel to Kung Fu.
Denkou Choujin Gridman[86] 1993–1994 TBS
The X-Files[87] 1993–present Fox
Acapulco H.E.A.T.[5] 1993–1999 Syndication
RoboCop: The Series[88] 1994 CTV Based on the RoboCop film series. Set between the first two films.
The Secret World of Alex Mack[89] 1994–1998 Nickelodeon
VR Troopers[90] 1994–1996 Syndication Series containing footage of Choujinki Metalder, Jikuu Senshi Spielban and Space Sheriff Shaider.
Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad[91] 1994–1995 Syndication Series containing footage of Denkou Choujin Gridman.
Tattooed Teenage Alien Fighters from Beverly Hills[92] 1994 USA Network
Touched by an Angel[55] 1994 CBS
Thunder in Paradise[59] 1994 Syndication Series starring pro-wrestler Hulk Hogan.
Get Smart[15] 1995 Fox Sequel to Get Smart.
M.A.N.T.I.S.[53] 1995 Fox
Bibleman[93] 1995–2016 TBN
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys[94] 1995–1999 Syndication
Xena: Warrior Princess[95] 1995–2001 Syndication Spin-off of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
Masked Rider[96] 1995–1996 Fox Series containing footage of Kamen Rider Black RX.
Baywatch Nights[72] 1995–1997 Syndication Spin-off of Baywatch.
Cybersix[97] 1995 Argentine comics Telefe Series based on the comic book Cybersix by Carlos Meglia.
The Pretender[98] 1996–2000 Original NBC
Big Bad Beetleborgs[99] 1996–1998 Fox Series containing footage of Juukou B-Fighter and B-Fighter Kabuto.
The Sentinel[100] 1996–1999 UPN
Early Edition[101] 1996–2000 CBS
Tarzan: The Epic Adventures[18] 1996–1997 A.C. McClurg Syndication
Millennium[102] 1996–1999 Original Fox Part of The X-Files franchise.
The Adventures of Sinbad[5] 1996–1998 Global Television Network Series based on Sinbad the Sailor.
Poltergeist: The Legacy[5] 1996–1999 Showtime
Profiler[5] 1996–2000 NBC
Viper[5] 1996–1999 NBC
Journey to the West[49] 1996 Wu Cheng'en TVB Jade Series based on the novel.
Neverwhere[103] 1996 Original BBC Two Series created by Neil Gaiman.
Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation[104] 1997–1998 Mirage Studios Fox The series had a crossover with Power Rangers in Space.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer[84] 1997–2003 Original Syndication Continuation of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer film
La Femme Nikita[105] 1997–2001 CTV Series based on the film Nikita.
Conan the Adventurer[106] 1997–1998 Weird Tales Syndication Series based on the character created by Robert E. Howard.
Timecop[107] 1997–1998 Dark Horse Comics ABC Series based on the Timecop comic book.
Betaal Pachisi[108] 1997–1998 King Features Syndicate DD National Indian series based on the comic strip The Phantom by Lee Falk.
The New Adventures of Robin Hood[13] 1997–1998 William Langland TNT Series based on the legend of Robin Hood.
Team Knight Rider[5] 1997–1998 Original NBC Sequel to Knight Rider.
Shaktimaan[109] 1997–2005 Doordarshan
Highlander: The Raven[8] 1998–1999 USA Network Spin-off of Highlander: The Series.
The Crow: Stairway to Heaven[110] 1998–1999 Caliber Press Syndication
Young Hercules'[94] 1998–1999 Original Fox Prequel to Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
Charmed[111] 1998–2006 The WB
Animorphs[112] 1998–1999 Scholastic Nickelodeon
Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog[113] 1998–1999 Original Fox
V.I.P.[114] 1998–2002 Syndication
Mortal Kombat: Conquest[115] 1998–1999 Midway Games Syndication Series based on the video game Mortal Kombat.
Journey to the West II[49] 1998 Wu Cheng'en TVB Jade Sequel to Journey to the West.
Captain Vyom[116] 1998–1999 Original DD National
Angel[117] 1999–2004 The WB Spin-off of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Now and Again[118] 1999–2000 CBS
Relic Hunter[119] 1999–2002 Syndication
Harsh Realm[120] 1999–2000 Harris Publications Fox Series based on the comic book by James D. Hudnall and Andrew Paquette. The series was exec-produced by X-Files creator Chris Carter.
Big Wolf on Campus[121] 1999–2002 Original YTV
BeastMaster[5] 1999–2002 CTV Series based on the film The Beastmaster.
Voicelugger[122] 1999 TV Tokyo
Dark Angel[123] 2000–2002 Fox
My Hero[124] 2000–2006 BBC One
Sheena[6] 2000–2002 Fiction House Syndication
The Invisible Man[125] 2000–2002 C. Arthur Pearson Syfy
Cleopatra 2525[126] 2000–2001 Original Syndication
France Five[56] 2000 Syndication Series inspired by Super Sentai.
Level 9[5] 2000–2001 UPN
The Others[5] 2000 NBC
Queen of Swords[5] 2000–2001 Global Television Network
Jack of All Trades[5] 2000 Syndication
Freedom[5] 2000 UPN
Son of the Beach[127] 2000–2002 FX Parody of Baywatch.
Witchblade[128] 2001–2002 Top Cow Productions TNT Series based on the comic book co-created by Marc Silvestri.
The Tick[129] 2001–2002 New England Comics Fox
Black Scorpion[53] 2001 Original Syfy Continuation of the films Black Scorpion and Black Scorpion II.
Los Luchadores[130] 2001 YTV
Cybergirl[131] 2001–2002 Network Ten
Alias[132] 2001–2006 ABC
Robocop: Prime Directives[133] 2001 Space Part of the Robocop franchise.
Atlantis High[134] 2001–2002 Channel 5
The Lone Gunmen[5] 2001 Fox Spin-off of The X-Files.
Special Unit 2[5] 2001–2002 UPN
The Monkey King[49] 2001 Wu Cheng'en Syfy Series based on the novel Journey to the West.
Ace Lightning[135] 2002–2004 Original BBC
John Doe[136] 2002–2003 Fox
She Spies[105] 2002–2004 Syndication
Firefly[137] 2002 Fox
Jeremiah[120] 2002–2004 Le Lombard/Dupuis Showtime Series based on the comic book Jeremiah by Hermann Huppen.
The Monkey King: Quest for the Sutra[49] 2002 Wu Cheng'en TVB Series based on the novel Journey to the West.
Jake 2.0[138] 2003–2004 Original UPN
Tru Calling[139] 2003–2005 Fox
Junior G[140] 2003–present DD National
Tarzan[18] 2003 A.C. McClurg The WB Series based on the book by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon[141] 2003–2004 Kodansha Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Adaptation of the Sailor Moon franchise.
The 4400[142] 2004–2007 Original USA Network
LazyTown[143] 2004–2014 Nick Jr.
Krystala[144] 2004–2005 ABS-CBN–
Mulawin[145] 2004–2005 GMA Network
Kyle XY[146] 2005–2009 ABC/ABC Family
Ghost Whisperer[147] 2005–2010 CBS
Supernatural[148] 2005–present The CW
Mighty Moshin' Emo Rangers[149] 2005–2015 MTV UK Parody of Power Rangers.
Darna[150] 2005 Mango Comics GMA Network Series based on the comic book by Mars Ravelo.
Ang Panday[151] 2005–2006 Filipino Komiks ABS-CBN Series based on the comic book Panday by Carlo J. Caparas.
Young Blades[152] 2005 Alexandre Dumas PAX-TV Series based on the novel The Three Musketeers.
Heroes[153] 2006–2010 Original NBC
Who Wants to Be a Superhero?[154] 2006–2007 Dark Horse Comics Syfy Reality series hosted by Stan Lee.
Monster Warriors[155] 2006–2008 Original YTV
The Amazing Extraordinary Friends[156] 2006–2008 TVNZ 2
Captain Barbell[150] 2006–2007 Pinoy Komiks GMA Network Series based on the graphic novels by Mars Ravelo.
Robin Hood[13] 2006–2009 William Langland BBC One Series based on the legend of Robin Hood.
Mega Mindy[157] 2006–2014 Original Ketnet
Sport Ranger[122] 2006–present Channel 3 (Thailand)
Super Inggo[158] 2006–2007 ABS-CBN
Torchwood[159] 2006–2015 BBC Three Spin-off of Doctor Who.
Super Inggo 1.5: Ang Bagong Bangis[158] 2007 ABS-CBN Prequel to Super Inggo.
Bionic Woman[88] 2007 NBC Reboot of The Bionic Woman.
Painkiller Jane[160] 2007 Event Comics Global/Syfy
Chuck[161] 2007–2012 Original NBC
Moonlight[162] 2007–2008 CBS
Flash Gordon[163] 2007–2008 King Features Syndicate Syfy Series based on the comic strip by Alex Raymond.
Reaper[164] 2007–2009 Original The CW
El Zorro, la espada y la rosa[7] 2007 Argosy Telemundo
Lastikman[150] 2007–2008 Mango Comics ABS-CBN Series based on the comic book Lastikman by Mars Ravelo.
Cutie Honey: The Live[9] 2007–2008 Akita Shoten TV Tokyo Series based on the manga Cutie Honey by Go Nagai.
Kamandag[165] 2007–2008 Carlo J. Caparas GMA Network Series based on the graphic novel by Caparas.
El Pantera[166] 2007–2010 Mundo Vid Canal 5 Series based on the comic book by Daniel Munoz.
Fringe[167] 2008–2013 Original Fox
The Middleman[168] 2008 Viper Comics ABC Family Series adapted from the comic book The Middleman
Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight[169] 2008–2009 Original The CW Series containing footage of Kamen Rider Ryuki.
No Heroics[170] 2008 ITV2
True Blood[171] 2008–2014 Ace Books HBO Series based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries book series by Charlaine Harris.
Being Human[171] 2008–2013 Original BBC Three
Komiks Presents: Varga[150] 2008 Bulaklak Magazine ABS-CBS Series based on the comic book Varga by Mars Ravelo.
Komiks Presents: Tiny Tony[150] 2008 Pinoy Komiks ABS-CBN Series based on the comic book Tiny Tony by Mars Ravelo.
Gagambino[172] 2008–2009 Carlo J. Caparas GMA Network Series based on the graphic novel by Caparas.
Komiks Presents: Kapitan Boom[173] 2008 United Komiks ABS-CBN Series based on the comic strip Captain Boom by Mars Ravelo.
Komiks Presents: Dragonna[173] 2008–2009 Komiks ABS-CBN Series based on the comic strip Dragonna by Mars Ravelo.
Tomica Hero Series[122] 2008–2010 Original TV Aichi
Volta[144] 2009 ABS-CBN Series based on the film Volta.
Merlin[174] 2008–2012 Matter of Britain BBC One Series based on the legend of King Arthur.
The Phantom[175] 2009 King Features Syndicate Syfy
The Listener[176] 2009–2014 Original CTV
Dollhouse[177] 2009–2010 Fox
Misfits[178] 2009–2013 E4
Aaron Stone[179] 2009–2010 Disney XD
The Electric Company[180] 2009–2011 PBS Reboot of The Electric Company.
Zorro[7] 2009 Argosy GMA Network
The Vampire Diaries[171] 2009–2017 Harper Paperbacks The CW Series based on The Vampire Diaries book series by L.J. Smith.
K-9[181] 2009–2010 Original Network Ten Spin-Off of Doctor Who.
Darna[150] 2009–2010 Mango Comics GMA Network Series based on the comic book by Mars Ravelo.
Warehouse 13[182] 2009–2014 Original Syfy
Komiks Presents: Flash Bomba[150] 2009 Klasiks Magazine ABS-CBN Series based on the comic book Flash Bomba by Mars Ravelo.
No Ordinary Family[117] 2010–2011 Original ABC Partly inspired by the film The Incredibles.
Lost Girl[183] 2010–2015 Showcase/Syfy
Tower Prep[184] 2010 Cartoon Network
Nikita[84] 2010–2013 The CW Reboot of La Femme Nikita.
The Walking Dead[185] 2010–present Image Comics AMC Series based on The Walking Dead comic book by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore.
Sherlock[186] 2010–present Ward Lock & Co BBC One Series featuring the character Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Wu Cheng'en and Journey to the West[49] 2010 Wu Cheng'en Shandong Qilu TV Series based on the novel.
Journey to the West[49] 2010 Zheijang Satellite TV Series based on the novel.
Pandamen[187] 2010 Original CTS
Luther[188] 2010–present BBC One
Alphas[117] 2011–2012 Syfy
The Cape[53] 2011 NBC
Teen Wolf[189] 2011–2017 MTV Based on the film Teen Wolf.
The Nine Lives of Chloe King[190] 2011 Liz Braswell ABC Family Based on the book series by Liz Braswell.
Supah Ninjas[191] 2011–2013 Original Nickelodeon
Grimm[192] 2011–2017 NBC
The Almighty Johnsons[193] 2011–2013 TV3
Mortal Kombat: Legacy[115] 2011–2013 Midway Games YouTube Series based on the video game Mortal Kombat.
Charlie's Angels[194] 2011 Original ABC Reboot of Charlie's Angels.
Being Human[171] 2011–2014 Syfy U.S. reboot of Being Human.
The Fades[195] 2011 BBC Three
Captain Barbell[150] 2011 Pinoy Komiks GMA Network Series based on the graphic novel by Mars Ravelo.
XIII: The Series[196] 2011–2012 Cinebook, Ltd Reelz Series based on the graphic novel by Jean Van Hamme and William Vance.
Journey to the West[49] 2011 Wu Cheng'en Television Southern Series based on the novel.
Camelot[174] 2011 Matter of Britain Starz Series based on the legend of King Arthur.
Person of Interest[197] 2011–2016 Original CBS Series created by Jonathan Nolan.
Femme Fatales[198] 2011–2012 David E. Williams Cinemax Series based on the magazine Femme Fatales.
Beauty and the Beast[199] 2012–2016 Original The CW Reboot of Beauty and the Beast.
Continuum[200] 2012–2015 Showcase
Lab Rats[201] 2012–2016 Disney XD
The Aquabats! Super Show![202] 2012–2014 Hub Network Fictional series based on the band The Aquabats.
Wolfblood[203] 2012–present CBBC
Elementary[186] 2012–present Ward Lock & Co CBS Series featuring the character Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Thundermans[204] 2013–2018 Original Nickelodeon
Mighty Med[205] 2013–2015 Disney XD
The Tomorrow People[206] 2013–2014 The CW U.S. reboot of The Tomorrow People.
Crossing Lines[207] 2013–2015 NBC
Sleepy Hollow[208] 2013–2017 The Sketch Book Fox Series based on "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving.
Henry Danger[209] 2014–present Original Nickelodeon
Intelligence[210] 2014 CBS
Believe[211] 2014 ABC
The Librarians[212] 2014–present TNT Continuation of The Librarian films.
Penny Dreadful[213] 2014–2016 Showtime
Maharakshak: Aryan[214] 2014–2015 Zee TV
Forever[215] 2014–2015 ABC
Scorpion[216] 2014–2018 CBS Series loosely based on the life of Walter O'Brien.
Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist[217] 2014 Capcom YouTube Series based on the Street Fighter video game.
The Musketeers[152] 2014–2016 Alexandre Dumas BBC One Series based on the novel The Three Musketeers.
Maha Kumbh: Ek Rahasaya, Ek Kahani[218] 2014–2015 Original Life Ok
Heroes Reborn[219] 2015–2016 NBC
The Messengers[220] 2015 The CW
Limitless[221] 2015–2016 CBS Based on the film Limitless.
Ash vs Evil Dead[222] 2015–2018 Starz Continuation of the original Evil Dead films.[223]
Into the Badlands[224] 2015–present Wu Cheng'en AMC Series loosely based on the novel Journey to the West.
Sense8[225] 2015–2017 Original Netflix
Stranger Things[226] 2015–present Netflix
Maharakshak: Devi[227] 2015 Zee TV
Dark Matter[228] 2015–2017 Dark Horse Comics Space Series based on the comic book Dark Matter by Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie.
Killjoys[229] 2015–present Original Space
Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter[230] 2015–present Cartoon Network Part of Adult Swim.
Stitchers[231] 2015–present Freeform
K.C. Undercover[232] 2015–2018 Disney Channel
Jekyll and Hyde[233] 2015 Longman ITV Series based on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.
Fear the Walking Dead[234] 2015–present Image Comics AMC Spin-off of The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman.
The Magicians[235] 2015–present Viking Press Syfy Series based on the novel by Lev Grossman.
New Journey to the West[49] 2015–2017 Wu Cheng'en TVN Series based on the novel.
Lab Rats: Elite Force[236] 2016–2017 Original Disney XD Spin-off of Lab Rats and Mighty Med.
Wynonna Earp[237] 2016–present Image Comics/IDW Comics Syfy Based on the Image comic series.
Stan Lee's Lucky Man[238] 2016–present POW! Entertainment Sky 1
Cleverman[239] 2016–present Original SundanceTV
Sweet/Vicious[240] 2016–2017 MTV
Mech-X4[241] 2016–present Disney Channel
Son of Zorn[242] 2016–2017 Fox Parody of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and ThunderCats.
MacGyver[243] 2016–present CBS Reboot of MacGyver.
Street Fighter: Resurrection[217] 2016 Capcom Machinima, Inc. Series based on the Street Fighter video game.
Outcast[244] 2016–present Image Comics Cinemax Series based on the comic book Outcast by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta.
Shadowhunters[231] 2016–present Margaret K. McElderry Freeform Series based on the book series The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare.
Class[245] 2016 Original BBC Three Spin-off of Doctor Who.
My Super D[246] 2016 ABS-CBN
The Tick[247] 2016–present New England Comics Amazon Video Series based on the comic book Tick by Ben Edlund.
Van Helsing[248] 2016–present Constable & Robinson Syfy Series based on Abraham Van Helsing, a character from the Bram Stoker book Dracula.
Alyas Robin Hood[249] 2016–present Original GMA Network
Electra Woman and Dyna Girl[250] 2016 Syndication Web series based on Electra Woman and Dyna Girl.
Travelers[251] 2016–present Showcase
Beyond[252] 2017–present Freeform
APB[253] 2017 Fox
Future Man[254] 2017–present Hulu Series executive produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World[255] 2017–2018 ABC
Strong Girl Bong-soon[256] 2017 JTBC
Happy![257] 2017–present Image Comics Syfy Series based on the comic book by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson.
A Korean Odyssey[49] 2017–2018 Wu Cheng'en TVN Series based on the novel Journey to the West.
American Gods[258] 2017–present HarperCollins Starz Series based on the novel American Gods by Neil Gaiman.
ReBoot: The Guardian Code[259] 2018 Original Netflix A live-action re-imagining of the animated series ReBoot.
Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe[260] 2018 Valiant Comics Syndication Series featuring characters from the Valiant Universe.
The New Legends of Monkey[49] 2018–present Wu Cheng'en Netflix Series based on the television show Monkey.
Mob Psycho 100[261] 2018–present Shogakukan Netflix Series based on the web manga by One.
Knight Squad[262] 2018–present Original Nickelodeon


Title Year(s) Publisher Network Notes
Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse[263] 1960–1962 Original Syndication Batman parody created by Bob Kane.
Popeye[264] 1960–1961 King Features Syndicate ABC Series based on the comic strip Popeye by E.C. Segar.
The Dick Tracy Show[3] 1961–1962 Detroit Mirror Syndication Series based on the comic strip Dick Tracy by Chester Gould.
Astro Boy[10] 1963–1966 Kobunsha Fuji TV Adaptation of the manga series Astro Boy.
Underdog[265] 1964–1973 Original NBC
Jonny Quest[266] 1964–1965 ABC
Atom Ant[267] 1965–1967 NBC Segment from The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show.
Secret Squirrel[84] 1965–1967 NBC Segment from The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show.
Marine Boy[268] 1965–1971 Fuji TV
Thunderbirds[269] 1965–1966 Associated Television
Batfink[270] 1966–1967 KTLA
Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles[271] 1966–1968 CBS
Space Ghost[272] 1966–1968 CBS
The Mighty Heroes[273] 1966–1967 CBS Series created by animator Ralph Bakshi.
The Lone Ranger[1] 1966–1969 WXYT (AM) CBS Series based on the radio show The Lone Ranger.
Rocket Robin Hood[13] 1966–1969 William Langland CBC Series based on the legend of Robin Hood.
The Super 6[274] 1966–1969 Original NBC
Cool McCool[274] 1966–1969 NBC Series created by Batman creator Bob Kane.
Birdman and the Galaxy Trio[275] 1967–1969 NBC
Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor[276] 1967–1969 CBS
Samson & Goliath[84] 1967–1968 NBC
Super President[277] 1967–1968 NBC
Super Chicken[277] 1967 ABC Segment from George of the Jungle
The Herculoids[277] 1967–1968 ABC
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons[5] 1967–1968 Associated Television
Speed Racer[278] 1967–1968 Shueisha Fuji TV Series based on the manga Speed Racer.
Ogon Bat[9] 1967–1968 Original Yomiuri TV
The Three Musketeers[152] 1968–1969 Alexandre Dumas NBC Segment from The Banana Splits Adventure Hour.
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You![279] 1969–1978 Original CBS Series featuring Scooby-Doo
Science Ninja Team Gatchaman[280] 1972–1974 Fuji TV
Mazinger Z[9] 1972–1974 Shueisha Fuji TV Series based on the manga by Go Nagai.
Moonlight Mask[9] 1972 Original NTV Animated reboot of the 1958 series.
Devilman[268] 1972–1973 Kodansha TV Asahi Series based on the manga by Go Nagai.
The New Scooby-Doo Movies[281] 1972–1973 Original ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Cutie Honey[9] 1973–1973 Akita Shoten TV Asahi Series based on the manga by Go Nagai.
Hong Kong Phooey[282] 1974 Original ABC
Hurricane Polymar[283] 1974–1975 TV Asahi
Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch[284] 1974 NBC
Tekkaman: The Space Knight[9] 1975 NET
Dynomutt, Dog Wonder[285] 1976–1977 ABC Series featuring Scooby-Doo characters.
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle[18] 1976–1980 A.C. McClurg CBS
The Scooby-Doo Show[281] 1976–1978 Original ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels[84] 1977–1980 ABC
The Robonic Stooges[286] 1977–1978 CBS Series featuring superheroes based on The Three Stooges
The Freedom Force[46] 1978–1980 CBS Part of Tarzan and the Super 7.
Manta and Moray[46] 1978–1980 CBS Part of Tarzan and the Super 7.
Superstretch and Microwoman[46] 1978–1980 CBS Part of Tarzan and the Super 7.
Web Woman[46] 1978–1980 CBS Part of Tarzan and the Super 7.
The All-New Popeye Hour[264] 1978–1983 King Features Syndicate CBS Series based on the comic strip Popeye by E.C. Segar.
Fangface[287] 1978–1980 Original ABC
Gatchaman II[9] 1978–1979 Fuji TV Sequel to Science Ninja Team Gatchaman.
The Super Globetrotters[288] 1979 NBC Spin-off of Harlem Globetrotters.
The New Adventures of Flash Gordon[2] 1979–1982 King Features Syndicate NBC Series based on the comic strip Flash Gordon by Alex Raymond.
Mighty Man and Yukk[289] 1979–1981 Original ABC Part of The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show.–
The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle & Jeckle[279] 1979–1980 CBS Series featuring Mighty Mouse, Heckle & Jeckle and Quacula.
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo[281] 1979–1980 ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Thundarr the Barbarian[290] 1980–1982 ABC
The Lone Ranger[1] 1980–1982 WXYT (AM) CBS Series based on the radio show The Lone Ranger.
Astro Boy[10] 1980–1981 Kobunsha NTV Adaptation of the manga series Astro Boy.
Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo[281] 1980–1982 Original ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Drak Pack[287] 1980 ABC
Danger Mouse[84] 1981–1992 ITV
The New Adventures of Zorro[7] 1981 Argosy CBS
Superbook[291] 1981–present Original CBN Series featuring stories from The Bible.
Space Stars[84] 1981–1982 NBC Series featuring Space Ghost and The Herculoids.
Hero High[153] 1981–1982 NBC Part of The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam!.
Shirt Tales[292] 1982–1984 Hallmark Cards NBC
Thunderbirds 2086[269] 1982 Original BBC 1 Anime based on the series Thunderbirds.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe[293] 1983–1985 Mattel Syndication Series based on the Masters of the Universe toyline.
Bananaman[294] 1983–1986 DC Thomson BBC
SuperTed[295] 1983–1986 Original S4C
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero[296] 1983–1986 Hasbro Syndication Series based on the toyline G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Inspector Gadget[297] 1983–1986 Original Syndication
Dungeons & Dragons[84] 1983–1985 TSR CBS Series based on the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.
The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show[281] 1983–1984 Original ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Voltron[298] 1984–1985 Syndicated Series containing footage of Beast King GoLion and Armored Fleet Dairugger XV.
Turbo Teen[56] 1984–1985 ABC
The Transformers[299] 1984–1987 Hasbro Syndication Series based on the Transformers toyline.
Fist of the North Star[300] 1984–1987 Shueisha Fuji Television Series based on the manga by Buronson and Tetsuo Hara.
She-Ra: Princess of Power[301] 1985–1987 Mattel Syndication Spin-off of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
ThunderCats[302] 1985–1989 Original Syndication
M.A.S.K.[277] 1985–1986 Hasbro Syndication
Star Wars: Droids[303] 1985–1986 Original ABC Part of the Star Wars franchise.
Star Wars: Ewoks[303] 1985–1986 ABC Part of the Star Wars franchise.
The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo[281] 1985 ABC Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Defenders of the Earth[304] 1986–1987 King Features Syndicate Syndication The main title theme's lyrics were written by Stan Lee.
Rambo: The Force of Freedom[305] 1986 M. Evans Syndication Part of First Blood franchise.
SilverHawks[306] 1986 Original Syndication
The New Adventures of Jonny Quest[266] 1986–1987 Syndication
Dragon Ball[307] 1986–1996 Shueisha Fuji TV Series based on the manga Dragon Ball.
Inhumanoids[308] 1986 Hasbro Syndication
The Real Ghostbusters[309] 1986–1992 Original ABC Series based on the film Ghostbusters.
The Centurions[310] 1986 Syndication
Karate Kommandos[311] 1986 Syndication Series created by and featuring the voice of Chuck Norris.
Bionic Six[312] 1987 USA Network Animated series loosely inspired by The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[313] 1987–1996 Mirage Studios Syndication / CBS Based on the comic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures[314] 1987–1988 Original CBS Revival of Mighty Mouse.
Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light[277] 1987 Syndication
Transformers: Headmasters[299] 1987–1988 Hasbro NTV Part of the Transformers franchise.
Popeye and Son[264] 1987 King Features Syndicate CBS Series based on the comic strip Popeye by E.C. Segar.
Akakage[23] 1987–1988 Original NTV
BraveStarr[315] 1987–1988 Syndication
RoboCop: The Animated Series[316] 1988 Syndication Part of the Robocop franchise.
Dino-Riders[277] 1988 Syndication
Transformers: Super-God Masterforce[299] 1988–1989 Hasbro NTV Part of the Transformers franchise.
A Pup Named Scooby-Doo[281] 1988–1991 Original ABC Part of Scooby-Doo franchise.
Dragon Ball Z[307] 1989–1996 Shueisha Fuji TV Sequel to Dragon Ball.
Captain N: The Game Master[317] 1989–1991 Nintendo NBC Series featuring various characters from Nintendo.
The Further Adventures of SuperTed[318] 1989 Original Syndication Continuation of SuperTed.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero[296] 1989–1992 Hasbro Syndication Continuation of G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Transformers: Victory[299] 1989–1990 Hasbro NTV Part of the Transformers franchise.
Super Mario Bros.[75] 1989 Nintendo Syndication Animated segment of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!
The Legend of Zelda[319] 1989 Nintendo Syndication Series based on the video game The Legend of Zelda.
Captain Planet and the Planeteers[320] 1990–1996 Original TBS
The New Adventures of He-Man[321] 1990 Mattel Syndication Continuation of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3[75] 1990 Nintendo NBC Series based on the video game Super Mario Bros. 3.
Toxic Crusaders[322] 1990–1991 Original Syndication Series based on The Toxic Avenger films.
Samurai Pizza Cats[323] 1990–1991 Seven Network U.S. adaptation of the anime series Kyatto Ninden Teyandee.
Darkwing Duck[324] 1991–1995 The Disney Channel Series featuring characters from DuckTales.
Hammerman[325] 1991 ABC Series starring MC Hammer.
Æon Flux[326] 1991–1995 MTV
Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars[277] 1991 Continuity Comics BBC
ProStars[327] 1991 Original NBC Series featuring fictionalized versions of Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson and Wayne Gretzky.
James Bond Jr.[57] 1991–1992 Jonathan Cape Syndication Part of the James Bond franchise.
The Legend of Prince Valiant[328] 1991–1993 King Features Syndicate The Family Channel Series based on the comic strip Prince Valiant by Hal Foster.
Super Mario World[75] 1991 Nintendo NBC Series based on the video game Super Mario World.
Young Robin Hood[13] 1991–1992 William Langland Syndiction Series based on the legend of Robin Hood.
The Adventures of T-Rex[56] 1992–1993 Original Syndication
Conan the Adventurer[106] 1992–1993 Weird Tales Syndication
Sailor Moon[141] 1992–1993 Kodansha TV Asahi Adaptation of the manga Sailor Moon by Naoko Takeuchi.
King Arthur and the Knights of Justice[174] 1992–1993 Matter of Britain Syndication Series based on the legend of King Arthur.
Yu Yu Hakusho[329] 1992–1995 Shueisha Fuji Television Series based on the manga by Yoshihiro Togashi.
Stunt Dawgs[330] 1992–1993 Original Syndication
Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa[310] 1992–1993 ABC Series created by comic book artist Ryan Brown.
Tekkaman Blade[9] 1992–1993 TV Tokyo Reboot of Tekkaman: The Space Knight.
SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron[331] 1993–1995 TBS
Stone Protectors[332] 1993 Syndication Series based on the troll doll toyline.
Skeleton Warriors[91] 1993–1994 CBS
Double Dragon[333] 1993–1994 Technos Japan Syndication Series based on the video game Double Dragon.
Sonic the Hedgehog[334] 1993–1994 Sega ABC Series based on the video game Sonic the Hedgehog.
The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog[334] 1993 Sega Syndication Series based on the video game Sonic the Hedgehog.
Biker Mice from Mars[335] 1993–1996 Original Syndication
Mighty Max[336] 1993–1994 Bluebird Toys Syndication Series based on the Mighty Max toyline.
Exosquad[337] 1993–1994 Original Syndication
The New Adventures of Speed Racer[278] 1993–1994 Shueisha Syndication U.S. adaptation of Speed Racer.
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs[338] 1993–1994 Kitchen Sink Press CBS Series based on the comic book Xenozoic Tales by Mark Schultz.
The Mask: Animated Series[339] 1994–1997 Dark Horse Comics CBS
The Tick[129] 1994–1996 New England Comics Fox
The Head[340] 1994–1996 Original MTV
Street Sharks[277] 1994–1997 Syndication
Mega Man[341] 1994–1996 Capcom Syndication Series based on the Mega Man video game.
Phantom 2040[342] 1994–1996 King Features Syndicate Syndication
Creepy Crawlers[343] 1994–1996 Mattel Syndication Series based on Creepy Crawlers.
Gargoyles[344] 1994–1997 Original ABC Series produced by the Walt Disney Company.
Conan and the Young Warriors[106] 1994 Weird Tales CBS
Monster Force[287] 1994 Original Syndication
Tekkaman Blade II[9] 1994–1995 Syndication Sequel to Tekkaman Blade.
Space Ghost Coast to Coast[84] 1994–2008 TBS Parody of Space Ghost.
ReBoot[91] 1994–2001 YTV
The Savage Dragon[345] 1995–1996 Image Comics USA Network Series based on the Image comic book series by Erik Larsen.
The Maxx[346] 1995 Image Comics MTV Based on the Image comic series by Sam Kieth.
Skysurfer Strike Force[347] 1995–1996 Original Syndication
Earthworm Jim[348] 1995–1996 Shiny Entertainment The WB Series based on the video game Earthworm Jim.
Freakazoid![349] 1995–1997 Original The WB Series produced by Steven Spielberg.
G.I. Joe Extreme[296] 1995–1997 Hasbro Syndication Series based on the toyline G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Action Man[350] 1995–1996 Hasbro Nickelodeon Part of the Action Man franchise.
Street Fighter[217] 1995–1997 Capcom USA Network Series based on the Street Fighter video game.
Street Fighter II V[217] 1995 Capcom Yomiuri TV Series based on the Street Fighter video game.
The Adventures of Hyperman[351] 1995–1996 Original CBS Series based on a PC game.
Road Rovers[352] 1996–1997 The WB
Mighty Ducks[353] 1996–1997 ABC Series loosely inspired by the Mighty Ducks film series.
Flash Gordon[2] 1996–1997 King Features Syndicate Syndication Series based on the comic strip Flash Gordon by Alex Raymond.
Kaiketsu Zorro[7] 1996–1997 Argosy NHK
Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm[115] 1996 Midway Games USA Network Series based on the video game Mortal Kombat.
The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest[266] 1996–1997 Original Cartoon Network
Dragon Ball GT[307] 1996–1997 Shueisha Fuji TV Continuation of Dragon Ball Z.
Beast Wars[299] 1996–1999 Hasbro Syndication Part of the Transformers franchise.
Todd McFarlane's Spawn[354] 1997–1999 Image Comics HBO Based on the Image comic book series by Todd McFarlane.
Extreme Ghostbusters[355] 1997 Original Syndication Sequel to The Real Ghostbusters.
Mummies Alive![56] 1997 Syndication Series exec produced by director Ivan Reitman.
The Magician[356] 1997–1999 France 2
The New Adventures of Zorro[7] 1997–1998 Argosy Syndication
Speed Racer X[278] 1997 Shueisha TV Tokyo Reboot of Speed Racer.
Van Pires[122] 1997–1998 Original Fox
The Powerpuff Girls[84] 1998–2005 Cartoon Network
RoboCop: Alpha Commando[357] 1998–1999 Syndication Series based on the RoboCop franchise.
Voltron: The Third Dimension[358] 1998–2000 Syndication Sequel to Voltron.
Hercules[94] 1998–1999 ABC Series based on the Disney film Hercules.
Beast Wars II[299] 1998–1999 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of theTransformers franchise.
Trigun[359] 1998 Tokuma Shoten TV Tokyo Series based on the manga by Yasuhiro Nightow.
Cybersix[97] 1999 Skorpio Teletoon Based on the comic strip by Carlos Meglia.
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot[360] 1999–2001 Dark Horse Comics Fox Series based on the comic book by Frank Miller and Geof Darrow.
One Piece[361] 1999–present Shueisha Fuji TV Series based on the manga.
Sonic Underground[334] 1999 Sega TF1 Series based on the video game Sonic the Hedgehog.
Beast Wars Neo[299] 1999 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of the Transformers franchise.
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century[186] 1999–2001 Ward Lock & Co Fox Series featuring the character Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Beast Machines[299] 1999–2000 Hasbro Fox Part of the Transformers franchise.
Journey to the West - Legends of the Monkey King[49] 1999 Wu Cheng'en China Central Television Series based on the novel.
Mega Babies[362] 1999–2000 Original Teletoon
Max Steel[363] 2000–2002 Mattel The WB Series based on the Max Steel toyline.
Playboy's Dark Justice[364] 2000–2001 Original Playboy TV
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command[365] 2000–2001 UPN Series starring one of the main characters from Toy Story.
Jackie Chan Adventures[366] 2000–2005 The WB Series featuring a fictionalized version of action star Jackie Chan.
Action Man[350] 2000–2002 Hasbro YTV Part of the Action Man franchise.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise[299] 2000–2001 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of the Transformers franchise.
Android Kikaider[9] 2000–2001 Original Kids Station Animated reboot of Android Kikaider.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law[84] 2000–2007 Cartoon Network Parody of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio and various other Hanna-Barbera series.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force[343] 2000–2015 Cartoon Network Spin-off of Space Ghost: Coast to Coast.
Samurai Jack[367] 2001–2017 Cartoon Network
The Ripping Friends[368] 2001–2002 Fox
Totally Spies![369] 2001–2014 TF1
Cyborg 009 The Cyborg Soldier[370] 2001–2002 Shueisha TV Tokyo Series based on the manga Cyborg 009.
The Legend of Tarzan[18] 2001–2003 A.C. McClurg UPN
Gadget & the Gadgetinis[297] 2001–2003 Original YTV Spin-off of Inspector Gadget.
Rave Master[371] 2001–2002 Kodansha TBS Series based on the manga by Hiro Mashima.
Kikaider 01: The Animation[9] 2001–2002 Original Syndication Sequel to Android Kikaider.
Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future[372] 2001 Hulton Press Channel 5 Series based on the comic book Dan Dare by Frank Hampson.
Action League Now![373] 2001–2002 Original Nickelodeon Spin-off of All That and KaBlam!.
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe[374] 2002–2004 Mattel Cartoon Network Reboot of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
MegaMan NT Warrior[375] 2002–2006 Capcom TV Tokyo Series based on the Mega Man video game.
Teamo Supremo[376] 2002–2004 Original ABC
Kim Possible[377] 2002–2007 Disney Channel
Larryboy: The Cartoon Adventures[378] 2002–2003 NBC Spin-off of the series VeggieTales.
Naruto[379] 2002–2007 Shueisha TXN Series based on the manga.
Transformers: Armada[299] 2002–2003 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of the Transformers franchise.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex[380] 2002–2005 Kodansha NTV Series based on the manga Ghost in the Shell by Masamune Shirow.
Ozzy & Drix[381] 2002–2004 Original The WB Continuation of the film Osmosis Jones.
What's New, Scooby-Doo?[281] 2002–2006 The WB Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[382] 2003–2009 Mirage Studios Fox Based on the comic book series by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.
Stripperella[383] 2003–2004 Original Spike Series created by Stan Lee, based on Pamela Anderson.
My Life as a Teenage Robot[384] 2003–2009 Nickelodeon Spin-off of Oh Yeah! Cartoons.
Super Duper Sumos[385] 2003 Nickelodeon
Code Lyoko[386] 2003–2007 France 3
Astro Boy[10] 2003–2004 Kobunsha Fuji TV Series based on the manga Astro Boy.
Sonic X[334] 2003–2004 Sega TV Tokyo Series based on the video game Sonic the Hedgehog.
Fullmetal Alchemist[387] 2003–2004 Enix JNN Series based on the manga Fullmetal Alchemist.
Star Wars: Clone Wars[303] 2003–2005 Original Cartoon Network Part of the Star Wars franchise.
Xiaolin Showdown[388] 2003–2006 The WB
Duck Dodgers[389] 2003–2005 Cartoon Network Series based on the Duck Dodgers shorts.
Danny Phantom[390] 2004–2007 Nickelodeon
W.I.T.C.H.[391] 2004–2006 Disney Italia ABC Family Series based on the comic book series W.I.T.C.H..
Atomic Betty[392] 2004–present Original Teletoon
The Venture Bros.[393] 2004–present Cartoon Network Part of Adult Swim.
Delta State[394] 2004–2005 Teletoon
Angel Wars[395] 2004–2007 Syndication
Transformers: Energon[299] 2004 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of the Transformers franchise.
The Winx Club[396] 2004–2015 Original Rai 2
Viewtiful Joe[397] 2004–2005 Capcom Jetix Series based on the video game Viewtiful Joe.
Bleach[387] 2004–2012 Shueisha TV Tokyo Series based on the manga Bleach.
Blokhedz[398] 2004 Image Comics Mission G Series based on the comic book mini-series by the Madtwinz.
Dragon Booster[174] 2004–2006 Matter of Britain Jetix Series loosely based on the legend of King Arthur.
Megas XLR[399] 2004–2005 Original Cartoon Network
Zeroman[400] 2004 Teletoon
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go![401] 2004–2006 Jetix
Drawn Together[402] 2004–2007 Comedy Central Series parodying various cartoon characters.
Ben 10[84] 2005–2008 Cartoon Network
American Dragon: Jake Long[403] 2005–2007 Disney Channel
Loonatics Unleashed[404] 2005–2007 The CW Series featuring characters based on Looney Tunes.
Minoriteam[405] 2005–2006 Cartoon Network Part of Adult Swim.
Legend of the Dragon[406] 2005 CBBC
The Life and Times of Juniper Lee[407] 2005–2007 Cartoon Network Series created by Judd Winick.
Blood+[408] 2005–2006 Animax Series loosely based on the anime film Blood: The Last Vampire.
Guyver: The Bioboosted Armor[409] 2005–2006 Tokuma Shoten Wowow Series based on the manga Bio Booster Armor Guyver.
G.I. Joe: Sigma 6[296] 2005–2007 Hasbro Fox Series based on the toyline G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Transformers: Cybertron[299] 2005 Hasbro TV Tokyo Part of the Transformers franchise.
Avatar: The Last Airbender[410] 2005–2008 Original Nickelodeon
A.T.O.M.[350] 2005–2007 Hasbro Jetix Part of the Action Man franchise.
Acadieman[411] 2005–2009 Original Rogers TV
Robotboy[412] 2005–2008 Cartoon Network
Danger Rangers[413] 2005–2006 PBS
The X's[414] 2005–2006 Nickelodeon
Witchblade[415] 2006 Top Cow TBS Series based on the Witchblade comic series.
Captain Flamingo[416] 2006–2008 Original YTV
WordGirl[417] 2006–2015 PBS
Eon Kid[418] 2006 KBS
Biker Mice from Mars[419] 2006–2007 GMTV Continuation of Biker Mice from Mars.
Zorro: Generation Z[7] 2006 Argosy Telemundo
Saiyuki[49] 2006 Madman Entertainment Fuji TV Anime based on the manga Saiyuki, which is loosely based on the novel Journey to the West.
Kappa Mikey[420] 2006–2008 Original Nicktoons
Powerpuff Girls Z[421] 2006–2007 TV Tokyo Anime adaptation of The Powerpuff Girls.
Freak Show[422] 2006 Comedy Central
Frisky Dingo[423] 2006–2008 Cartoon Network Part of Adult Swim.
Yin Yang Yo![424] 2006–2009 Jetix
Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue![281] 2006–2008 The CW Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
DinoSquad[425] 2007–2008 CBS
SamSam[426] 2007 France 5
El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera[427] 2007–2008 Nickelodeon
Sushi Pack[428] 2007–2009 CBS
Revisioned: Tomb Raider Animated Series[429] 2007 Core Design GameTap Series based on the Tomb Raider video game series.
Naruto: Shippuden[379] 2007–2017 Shueisha TV Tokyo Continuation of Naruto.
Storm Hawks[430] 2007–2009 Original YTV
Transformers: Animated[299] 2007–2009 Hasbro Cartoon Network Part of the Transformers franchise.
Supernormal[431] 2007 Original CITV
Super Why![413] 2007–2016 PBS Kids
Ben 10: Alien Force[84] 2008–2010 Cartoon Network
Casshern Sins[432] 2008–2009 Comic Rush TVS Reboot of Casshan.
Invincible[84] 2008 Image Comics MTV2 Motion comic of the series by Robert Kirkman.
The New Adventures of Nanoboy[433] 2008–2013 Original Starz
Star Wars: The Clone Wars[303] 2008–2014 Cartoon Network Part of the Star Wars franchise.
Three Delivery[434] 2008–2009 Nicktoons
Speed Racer: The Next Generation[278] 2008–2013 Shueisha Nicktoons Sequel to Speed Racer.
Battle Pope[435] 2008 Funk-O-Tron Spike Series based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman.
Mega Man Star Force[436] 2008–2009 Capcom Cartoon Network Series based on the video game Mega Man Star Force.
Chop Socky Chooks[437] 2008–2009 Original Cartoon Network
Titan Maximum[438] 2009 Cartoon Network Parody of various anime.
The Mighty B![439] 2008–2011 Nickelodeon Series co-created and voiced by actress/comedian Amy Poehler.
G.I. Joe: Resolute[296] 2009 Hasbro Cartoon Network Series based on the toyline G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood[387] 2009–2010 Enix JNN Series based on the manga Fullmetal Alchemist.
Noonbory and the Super Seven[440] 2009 Original Knowledge Network
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien[84] 2010–2012 Cartoon Network
Zevo-3[441] 2010–2011 Nicktoons Series featuring characters based on Skechers.
Sidekick[442] 2010–2013 YTV
Captain Biceps[443] 2010–present France 3
Generator Rex[444] 2010–2013 Image Comics Cartoon Network Series based on the comic book M. Rex.
G.I. Joe: Renegades[296] 2010–2011 Hasbro The Hub Series based on the toyline G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.
Transformers: Prime[299] 2010–2013 Hasbro The Hub Part of the Transformers franchise.
NFL Rush Zone[445] 2010–2014 Original Nicktoons Series involving the NFL.
Sym-Bionic Titan[446] 2010–2011 Cartoon Network
Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated[281] 2010–2013 Cartoon Network Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Team Umizoomi[413] 2010–2015 Nick Jr
T.U.F.F. Puppy[447] 2010–2015 Nickelodeon
Voltron Force[430] 2011–2012 Nicktoons Sequel to Voltron.
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness[448] 2011–2016 Nickelodeon Part of the Kung Fu Panda franchise.
ThunderCats[449] 2011–2012 Cartoon Network Reboot of ThunderCats.
The 99[399] 2011–2012 Teshkeel Comics The Hub Series based on the comic book The 99.
Tiger & Bunny[450] 2011 Original BS11
Ben 10: Omniverse[84] 2012–2014 Cartoon Network
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[451] 2012–2017 Mirage Studios Nickelodeon Based on the comic book series by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.
SheZow[452] 2012–2013 Original Network Ten
The Legend of Korra[453] 2012–2014 Nickelodeon Sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja[454] 2012–2015 Disney XD
Tron: Uprising[455] 2012–2013 Disney XD Part of the Tron franchise.
Transformers: Rescue Bots[299] 2012–2016 Hasbro The Hub Part of the Transformers franchise.
Monsuno[456] 2012–2014 Original Nicktoons
SuperFuckers[457] 2012–2013 Top Shelf Productions Cartoon Hangover Animated series based on the comic book by James Kochalka.
Max Steel[458] 2013–2016 Mattel Disney XD Series based on the Max Steel toyline.
Black Dynamite[459] 2012–2015 Original Cartoon Network Series based on the film Black Dynamite. Part of Adult Swim.
Bravest Warriors[413] 2012–present YouTube
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure[460] 2012–2016 Shueisha Tokyo MX Series based on the manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure by Hirohiko Araki.
Samurai Flamenco[461] 2013–2014 Square Enix Fuji TV
The Awesomes[462] 2013–2015 Original Hulu
Axe Cop[463] 2013–2015 Dark Horse Comics Fox Segment from Animation Domination High-Def.
Steven Universe[464] 2013–present Original Cartoon Network
RWBY[465] 2013–present Rooster Teeth
Transformers Go![299] 2013–2014 Hasbro Syndication Part of the Transformers franchise.
Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures[466] 2013–2016 Namco Disney XD Series based on the video game Pac-Man.
Xiaolin Chronicles[388] 2013–2015 Original Disney XD Sequel to Xiaolin Showdown.
Burka Avenger[467] 2013–2016 Nick Pakistan
Tenkai Knights[456] 2013–2015 TV Tokyo
Monsters vs. Aliens[468] 2013–2014 Nickelodeon Continuation of the film Monsters vs. Aliens.
ViR: The Robot Boy[469] 2013–2016 Hungama TV
The Adventures of Napkin Man![413] 2013–2017 CBC Television
Dr. Dimensionpants[470] 2014–2015 Teletoon
Major Lazer[471] 2014–present FXX Part of Animation Domination High-Def.
Sonic Boom[334] 2014–present Sega Cartoon Network Series based on the video game Sonic the Hedgehog.
Parasyte[472] 2014–2015 Kodansha NTV Series based on the manga by Hitoshi Iwaaki.
Tokyo Ghoul[473] 2014–2015 Shueisha Tokyo MX Series adapted from the manga by Sui Ishida.
Tokyo ESP[474] 2014 Kadokawa Shoten Tokyo MX Series based on the manga Tokyo ESP by Hajime Segawa.
Star Wars Rebels[303] 2014–2018 Original Disney XD Part of the Star Wars franchise.
Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero[475] 2014–2016 Disney XD
Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir[476] 2015–present TF1
SuperMansion[477] 2015–present Crackle
One-Punch Man[478] 2015–present Shueisha Cartoon Network
Danger Mouse[479] 2015–present Original CBBC Reboot of Danger Mouse.
PJ Masks[480] 2015–present Disney Junior
Supernoobs[481] 2015–present Teletoon
Dragon Ball Super[307] 2015–present Shueisha Fuji TV Series set after Dragon Ball Z and retcons Dragon Ball GT.
Inspector Gadget[297] 2015–present Original Teletoon Reboot of Inspector Gadget.
Transformers: Robots in Disguise[299] 2015–2017 Hasbro Cartoon Network Part of the Transformers franchise.
Mighty Magiswords[482] 2015–present Original Cartoon Network Video
Star vs. the Forces of Evil[483] 2015–present Disney XD
Be Cool, Scooby-Doo![281] 2015–2018 Cartoon Network Part of the Scooby-Doo franchise.
Thunderbirds Are Go[269] 2015–present ITV Reboot of Thunderbirds.
Ben 10[84] 2016–present Cartoon Network Reboot of Ben 10.
Atomic Puppet[484] 2016–2017 Kix
The Powerpuff Girls[485] 2016–present Cartoon Network Reboot of The Powerpuff Girls.
Voltron: Legendary Defender[486] 2016–present Netflix Reboot of Voltron.
OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes[487] 2016–present Cartoon Network
Transformers: Combiner Wars[299] 2016 Hasbro go90 Part of the Transformers franchise.
Sailor Moon Crystal[141] 2016 Kodansha Tokyo MX Part of the Sailor Moon franchise.
RWBY Chibi[465] 2016–present Original Rooster Teeth Spin-off of RWBY.
My Hero Academia[488] 2016–present Shueisha JNN Series based on the manga by Kohei Horikoshi.
Mob Psycho 100[261] 2016–present Shogakukan TV Tokyo Series based on the web manga by One.
Tarzan and Jane[18] 2017–present A.C. McClurg Netflix
Star Wars Forces of Destiny[303] 2017 Original YouTube Part of the Star Wars franchise.
Apollo Gauntlet[489] 2017–present Cartoon Network Part of Adult Swim.
Mysticons[490] 2017–present Nickelodeon
Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters[491] 2017–present Hasbro Netflix Series based on the Stretch Armstrong action figure.
Devilman Crybaby[268] 2018–present Kodansha Netflix Series based on the manga Devilman by Go Nagai.
The Adventures of Kid Danger[492] 2018–present Original Nickelodeon Animated spin-off of Henry Danger.
Spy Kids: Mission Critical[493] 2018–present Netflix Series based on the Spy Kids franchise.
The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants[494] 2018–present Scholastic Corporation Netflix Series based on the Captain Underpants book series by Dav Pilkey.
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[495] 2018–present Mirage Studios Nickelodeon Series based on the comic book Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird.
Mega Man: Fully Charged[496] 2018–present Capcom Cartoon Network Series based on the video game Mega Man.
Transformers: Cyberverse[299] 2018–present Hasbro Cartoon Network Part of the Transformers franchise.

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