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What TV did you watch as a young child?

For me in the UK it was largely Postman Pat, Balamory and Come Outside, with a bit of other stuff thrown in...

 

You may also remember In The Night Garden which, since its inception in 2007, has basically been *the* bedtime program here in the UK, being the last thing shown on the CBeebies before going off air each evening, pretty much for the entire duration of the past 13 years. There are 100 epsiodes which simply repeat (not that this really matters given it's for very young children who only watch it for a few years), and they are intended to relax and calm kids before bed while also educating them on simple concepts such as sharing. It's rather beautiful; pity I was a bit old for it when it started.

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The Tripods.

 

We were obsessed by this Show.

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Mr Rogers Neighborhood, G.I. Joe, Transformers, Thundercats, The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock.... I'm old.....

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Who’s line is it anyway, Home Improvement (being from the Metro Detroit area, all the Michigan/Detroit tie ins were the coolest thing ever), TONS of Hockey and Racing with my Dad.

 

Those 3 are what stand out to me the most.  

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Depends, how young?

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Come Outside. Postman Pat. Thomas the Tank Engine. By the time I was 7 I started watching Cartoon Network. My all time favourite has been Ed Edd n Eddy. Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Johnny Bravo were the others to name a few.

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2007 HD ready Bravia. My family still hasn't changed living room TV. To make things even worse, my bedroom had 1080p Toshiba.

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5 minutes ago, pm128 said:

2007 HD ready Bravia. My family still hasn't changed living room TV. To make things even worse, my bedroom had 1080p Toshiba.

4 minutes ago, pm128 said:

Wait, youre talking bout TV shows

yeah lol... was wondering how long it would take someone to do that...

 

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A-Team, Airwolf, Knight Rider, MacGyver, Benny Hill etc.

But can't really recall earlier shows...

... but I'm no expert

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Well it kind of depends on what age group is considered "young child" but the ones that I have fond memories off are, Regular Show, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Steven Universe, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo, Samurai Jack, The Fairly OddParents, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Dexter's Laboratory and Cow and Chicken, there's a few more that I probably missed, but these were kind of the defining cartoons of my childhood.

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2 hours ago, AndreiArgeanu said:

Well it kind of depends on what age group is considered "young child" but the ones that I have fond memories off are, Regular Show, Adventure Time, The Amazing World of Gumball, Steven Universe, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo, Samurai Jack, The Fairly OddParents, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Dexter's Laboratory and Cow and Chicken, there's a few more that I probably missed, but these were kind of the defining cartoons of my childhood.

Similat. Though I didn't like Steven Universe and wasn't able to see the latter half of the shows you mentioned as I wasn't old enough to understand them.

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90s Nick, 90s Fox Kids, 90s-early 2000s CartoonNetwork+Toonami and up to 2008ish AS, WB kids stuff in the 90s, lots of anime, Mr. Bean, Dinosaurs, and some Disney stuff like Gargoyles.

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I was big into mid-2000s Nick and Cartoon Network, alongside Boomerang. Also had (have) a ton of VeggieTales tapes and DVDs from my childhood that I enjoyed.

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4 hours ago, handymanshandle said:

I was big into mid-2000s Nick and Cartoon Network, alongside Boomerang. Also had (have) a ton of VeggieTales tapes and DVDs from my childhood that I enjoyed.

 

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In a general youngest to as I got older.

 

Sesame Street, Loony Toons, Hanna Barbera, Rocky and Bullwinkle.

 

Nickelodeon as a whole, the Marvel and WB animated shows, Ninja Turtles, Exo-Squad, the various Disney cartoons, whatever Scifi had on during their Saturday Anime.

 

Simpsons, DBZ, Pokemon, damn near everything  on the Discovery and The History Channel before reality TV took over.

 

Anime, sooo much anime. Toonami.

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Teletubbies, Police Academy, Gundam, Detective Conan, Captain Tsubasa, Bakusō Kyōdai Let's & Go, Power Rangers S.P.D., and a bunch of others.

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