After their debut in Return of the Jedi, the teddy bear warriors known as the Ewoks got not only two live-action TV movies but also an animated series that aired alongside Star Wars: Droids on Saturday Mornings on ABC starting in 1985.
After the release of Jumanji in 1995, UPN developed an animated series based on the movie for their UPN Kids block of programming starting in 1996 as Peter and Judy Shepherd entered the world of Jumanji to join Alan Parrish on various adventures and figure out a way to get Alan out of the game and back into the real world.
After breaking up with The Joker, Harley Quinn gets help from her BFF Poison Ivy to gather a crew of misfits and make a name for herself in the DC villain underworld in the upcoming DC Universe animated series.
Starring Rick Moranis, Gravedale High debuted in 1990 on NBC Saturday mornings and followed Moranis’ Max Schneider, the only human teacher at a school full of teenage monsters inspired by classic Universal Monsters and other iconic creatures.
Hot off the heels of the excellent 1991 live-action movie, The Addams Family started airing on Saturday mornings on ABC in 1992 and ran until November 1993 with 60s Gomez John Astin back to voice the character alongside a slew of 90s cartoon voice acting all-stars.
Running for one season in 1997, Mummies Alive! followed a team of ancient warriors who come back from the dead in modern times to protect the reincarnation of a young Egyptian prince from an evil sorcerer looking to kill him and drain his lifeforce for immortality.
DC Universe gets its first original animated series this fall with Harley Quinn, where everyone’s favorite lunatic former psychiatrist breaks up with The Joker and sets out on her own to try and get into the Legion of Doom.
The 90s Spider-Man cartoon is an undisputed classic for most 90s kids and helped introduce a number of them to iconic Marvel heroes and villains through multi-chapter storylines during the show’s run from 1994 to 1998.
In between the first and second series of Godzilla films from Toho, Hanna-Barbera acquired the rights to Godzilla and created an animated series that lasted for two season starting in 1978, where Godzilla (and his nephew Godzooky) assisted a research team in battling various threats around the globe.
Taking place after the events of 1994’s The Return of Jafar, the Aladdin animated series brought back most of the cast of the movies (with the major exception of Robin Williams) as Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie and the rest of the gang took on new threats to Agrabah and traveled the globe to find new friends and foes.