Winner

Teen Titans Go! – Cartoon Network in association with Warner Bros Animation
Kids are the target audience here, but mom, dad and older brothers and sisters can get drawn into this delightfully energetic show as well. Put simply, it’s a look at the lighter side of saving the world. Superheroes were all teenagers once, and it’s hilarious to see Robin, Cyborg and Raven balance teen drama (finding the perfect birthday gift for your BFF or passing driver’s ed) with occasional crime fighting. It reminds us a bit of the double-lives we all lead at the CableFAX offices. Except that we’re not teenagers.

Honorable Mentions

A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman – Epix – Animation isn’t just for kids. This imaginative tribute is colorful and comical.

Archer – FX – It’s rude, crude and completely debases the spy genre. But it’s hilarious. And that’s good enough for us.

Doc McStuffins – Disney Junior – So cool it inspired an entire movement, with black women doctors (under 2% of doctors nationwide) declaring “We are Doc McStuffins.”

Littlest Pet Shop – The Hub Network – Friendship lessons with cute, cuddly pets. Perfect for the grade school set.

Transformers Prime – The Hub Network –
Another example of The Hub breathing new life into a 1980s favorite.

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