In the 90s the cartoon was king on children's television. Rugrats was the number one cartoon on the airwaves. The show featured toddlers exploring the mysteries of life through their points of view. This cartoon was popular with Children and adults alike. Thus spanning a huge merchandise campaign from the late 90s till around 2004. Even today Rugrats t shirts can be found at Hot Topic. The show spawned a three movie franchise. Which became the first non Disney animated movie series to gross over $100,000,000 in box office sales. This show if remade right has the potential to capture a newer and more modern audience.
2. King of the Hill
This TV animation sitcom created by Mike Judge (the same creator of Beavis and Butthead) told the story of a Texas propane salesman, his substitute teacher wife, his aspiring comedian son,and a promiscuous never do well niece, along with a plethora of a zany cast of characters. This show was a mainstay on Fox in the US from 1997 till 2010. The show has also been featured in syndication and on Adult Swim. The show was very popular with adults and even kids alike even though it was a edgy cartoon ( although tamer than South Park and Family Guy). Although this show did get a proper ending, It could be reintroduced to a younger audience and remade to fit modern problems.
3. Beavis and Butthead
This 90s cartoon about two high school age slackers caused a lot of controversy and rose to popularity at the same time. The show was so controversial that it even was subjected to US Senate hearings on television violence after several news stories of children getting burned playing with fire including one house burned down by a young chuld after seeing fire scenes in the show which the characters often set fire to random objects. The show was also popular for criticizing music videos in hilarious taste. The series did spawn merchandise and a movie. The show was briefly brought back in 2011. Recently it was recently rumored that a live action version of the show was in the works.
What do you want to see remade or brought back?