How Well Do You Remember Classic Saturday Morning Cartoons?
For a three-hour block every Saturday morning, kids from all over would wake up early just to sit in front of their television to watch their favorite Bugs Bunny cartoon or animated series featured each weekend. The concept of watching Saturday morning cartoons was started decades ago when Hanna Barbera began featuring shows like Yogi Bear, The Flintstones, and The Jetsons in a two- or three-hour programming block. These classic shows got more popular every year, and by the early 90s, kids from all over the country were spending their day glued in front of the television. But how much do you remember about your favorite Saturday morning cartoons?
Saturday Morning Cartoons
Take a walk down memory lane with Saturday morning cartoons! Remember when you were a kid, waking up early on Saturday mornings to snuggle up in front of the television? For two to three hours every Saturday morning, kids would be glued to their television to watch the most popular shows like The Jetsons and The Flintstones, both part of the original Saturday morning cartoon architect, Hanna Barbera. Over the years, it evolved and more shows and channels like NBC and ABC, added their own cartoon series like Merrie Melodies Bugs Bunny, Thundercats, Muppet Babies, Recess, Super Friends, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, to name a few. So think about your favorite characters, animated series, and cartoons from Saturday mornings and see how much you remember.