Youngsters may be drawn to these 10 recommended cartoons, but they’re primarily designed for grown-ups.


The indestructible spy has operated out of everywhere from Gangland to Danger Island in recent years, retaining his smirk on each assignment. Streaming on Hulu.

“Big Mouth”

The “Stranger Things” gang has it easy compared with the kids facing hormone monsters in this coming-of-age horror story. Streaming on Netflix.

“Bless the Harts”

Kristen Wiig slips into a Southern drawl for this new series from former “King of the Hill” and “Saturday Night Live” writer Emily Spivey, an Emmy winner and North Carolina native. 7:30 p.m. Sundays, KMSP, Ch. 9.

“BoJack Horseman"

The title character, the one-time star of a family sitcom, is an alcoholic, sexist, self-centered jerk. So why do we keep rooting for him? Streaming on Netflix.

“F Is for Family"

If the Murphy household had a swear jar, dad Frank (Bill Burr) would be penniless. Anger issues have rarely been so entertaining. Streaming on Netflix.

“Final Space”

Olan Rogers is the mad genius and main voice behind this sci-fi satire about a cocky space prisoner thrust into a save-the-world mission. Streaming on

“Rick and Morty"

This more adult version of “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” is scientific proof it’s not always a good idea for folks to bond with their grandkids. Streaming on; new episodes in November.

“The Simpsons”

The ol’ yellow mare ain’t what she used to be — but the ageless family still delivers the goods as it kicks off its 31st season. 7 p.m. Sundays, KMSP, Ch. 9.

“Tuca & Bertie”

Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong inject the brash nature of their stand-up personas into the lives of these modern-day besties trying to make it after all. Streaming on Netflix.


Alma (Rosa Salazar) is being trained by her dead father to manipulate time — or she has watched “Inception” way too often. Streaming on Amazon Prime