Five Best-Animated Science Fiction Sitcoms

Five best-animated science fiction sitcoms

Science fiction is adorned by thousands worldwide. Animated science fiction is liked by children and adults alike. In this article, the five best-animated television shows that can blend science fiction with the magic of fantasies are listed.

Avatar: The Last Airbender

 This animated series is counted as the best-animated sci-fi series. The first episode was premiered in 2005. With three seasons that comprise of sixty-one chapter, this American cartoon could win the hearts of many. It features the art of ‘bending,’ which is a Chinese martial art. The last one in the row premiered in 2008. The cartoon comes under multiple genres that include action, adventure, fantasy and comedy-drama.

Futurama

The second best one in the row is the American animated science fiction sitcom, Futurama. The first season of this cartoon was premiered on 28th March 1999. It was aired on Fox, and Matt Groening is the creator of this television show. With seven seasons that composes of 140 episodes, the sitcom has won the hearts of many. The protagonist is Philip J Fry, whose adventures are what adds the essence to the storyline.

Rick and Morty

The third best-animated sci-fi sitcom is Rick and Morty, which was created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. The infamous Warner Bros. television distribution distributes the sitcom. The first season was released on 2nd December 2013. From then on, it could win the hearts of the viewers and the critics. Humor, creativity, and originality made the series stand out from the other situation comedy animations available at the time. Over time, the animation was highly accepted worldwide and gained a reputation.

Every season that was published won the hearts of the people. People were always entertained and was keenly looking forward to more and more. Three seasons were released in a row with an adequate period in between. The fans that spread extensively throughout the world had been waiting for the 4th season. But,‘ is there a Rick and Morty season 4?

Many uncertainties were laid over the premiering of another season of Rick and Morty. Finally, the creators announced the fourth season. In 10th November 2019, the fourth one was premiered. However, there was no sign of the following episodes after the fifth episode of season 4. To know more about the future possibilities of the subsequent chapters, go to the link.

Gravity Falls

The fourth best-animated television show is the Gravity falls created by Alex Hirsch. The series started on 15th June 2012 and was premiered on Disney XD and Disney channel. It is counted as a sitcom mystery that amused the people worldwide. With two seasons that composes of forty numbers of episodes, the series had been a hit. The series highlights the adventures of Dipper Pines and his twin sister, Mabel, who spent their summer with their uncle at a mysterious town called Gravity.

The Dragon Prince

It has been on Netflix since the year 2018. The dragon prince is An American-Canadian animated fantasy series created by Aaron Ehasz. With three seasons that comprise of27 episodes, the creators were able to entertain a large group of people with this series.

Concluding note

Animated television series have always been able to conquer the hearts of viewers irrespective of the age-group. Five of the best in this genre are listed in the above excerpts. The choice has been made based on the success and acceptance of these television shows. A blend of science fiction, along with comedy and drama, makes each of these unique.

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