Only 1 in 10 People Can Identify All These Children's TV Shows from An Image! Can You?

By: Kennita Leon

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Children's TV Shows are things we'll remember until we're old and grey. Some of us even watch them as adults. So, have you seen enough television to identify all these shows. Let's find out.

Sesame Street was one of the longest-running children’s shows and many of us and our parents have seen it. The show was packed with funny jokes, educational content, adorable characters and it truly was one of the best shows available.

This animated series was one of the first of its kind to show what true childhood friendship was like. We watched these babies and toddlers for almost 13 years going about their day-to-day activities until they finally grew.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see glimpses of the future? Well Raven knew exactly how that felt. Her interpretation of those visions often landed her and her friends in trouble, but she always managed to find her way out of it.

Hannah Montana was one of Disney’s most successful shows and it aired for over five years. The musical-comedy series was about a teenage girl who struggled with living a double life as a school girl and a famous recording artist while trying to keep it a secret.

Set in the Stone Age Era, this cartoon has everything that you would expect from that time, including dinosaurs and cavemen. It followed the lives of next door neighbors, the Rubbles and the Flinstones and their daily interactions.

Like many teen sitcoms, Lizzie McGuire was about a shy 13-year-old girl who dreamed of nothing more than being popular, and with the help of her two best friends, she might just achieve it.

This manga series has been on air since 1998 and has gone on to produce a very popular card game and more than five spinoffs. The show features a timid young boy and his friends as they battle against dark and mysterious forces.

In almost every family, there are two siblings who are complete opposites but somehow manage to get along, just like Drake and Josh. We’ve watched these two fight, get in trouble together and always make up in the end.

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? A fun-loving, kind-hearted sponge called Spongebob. We follow him and his pals, Squidward, Patrick, and Sandy on their crazy adventures and daily interactions.

This teen comedy sitcom took Sam Puckett from "iCarly" and Cat Valentine from "Victorious" and put them together to make their own show. After a chance meeting, the two become roommates and start a babysitting business to earn money.

Are you the type of person who always seems to find yourself in some strange situations? Well, that was always the case for Johnny. Whether it was filling in for Santa Claus or getting a date with a talking antelope, Johnny never failed to entertain us.

If you haven’t heard the ‘I Love You Song,’ then you probably haven’t been around for very long. The huge purple dinosaur and the accompanying children sang songs about hard work, friendship and doing the right thing.

Have you ever thought about leaving your old life behind and moving to the big city? Well, that’s exactly what Jessie Prescott did. She got a job as a nanny with a wealthy family and their 7-foot water lizard.

"Regular Show" is about two best friends who go on some amazing adventures and always manage to mess something up in the process. No matter what happens, they always have each other’s back. And this show was anything but regular.

Have you ever wondered where Victoria Justice, Ariana Grande and Leon Thomas III got their start? Well look no further. These teens appeared on this show as students of a performing arts school where they juggled trying to become famous and making time for one another.

Probably one of the most successful cartoons out there, we watched as Ash, Misty and their gang of friends traveled around the world collecting badges and different Pokémon along the way.

Selena Gomez, David Henrie and Jake T. Austin star as three wizard siblings who are all competing for sole custody of family power. The winner gets to keep his/her magical powers and in doing so, becomes the Family Wizard.

If you love playing puzzles, then it’s probably because you watched "Blue's Clues as a child. The objective was to put the clues together, which were marked by Blue’s paw print, in order to solve the puzzle.

Peppa Pig is an intelligent pre-school pig that lives with her parents and baby brother. The show not only teaches the importance of perseverance and co-operation but of friendship and family.

Set in Chicago, Illinois, this show was about two teen best friends, who tried to juggle life as high school students, having a part-time job, sharing a love of orange soda, and trying to stay out of trouble.

This educational musical comedy came all the way from Iceland and aired on Nick Junior for over 10 years. It followed the new arrival, 8-year-old Stephanie, as she tried, along with the help of superhero Sportacus, to make the folks of Lazytown more active.

If you’re wondering what this show is about, the title describes it very well. We watch as a young boy, Finn, and his best friend, Jake the magic dog, navigate through the mystical land of Ooo.

Set in the fictional town of Beach City, this show is about the four Crystal Gems - Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl, and Steven - as they fight against intergalactic monsters to protect humanity and life as we know it.

Imagine finding out you had an identical twin and you were separated at birth. Well, that’s exactly what happened on this show. Not only were they still figuring out who they were as people, they also had to get to know one another.

Many of today's celebrities got their start on a Disney or Nickelodeon show, and it was no different for Britney Spears’s little sister, Jamie Lynn. She stars as Zoey, a teen boarding school student who has to figure out who she is while making new friends.

Arnold is just a regular young boy, who lives with his eccentric grandparents in their inner city boarding house. We also meet some of his friends, like Gerald, the street-smart leader, and Helga, the bully who has a secret crush on Arnold.

It was every young child’s dream to have a home filled with toys and electronic gadgets, talking furniture and puppet friends, but the closest anyone could get to that was watching "Pee-Wee’s Playhouse."

This show is about five superheroes, three humans and two aliens trying to figure out who they are while trying to save the world. Like every normal teenager, we watch them fall in and out of love, throw temper tantrums, and eat pizza, playing video games while on a couch.

Imagine being twin teen boys living in an all-expense paid hotel. What kind of trouble/adventures would the two of you get into? Well, these two boys may have done almost everything, except setting the hotel on fire.

Do you know what you’re going to do today? Well Brain always knew and it was always the same thing – taking over the world. With the help of his not-so-brilliant brother, he managed to come close but never quite got there.

Produced as a remake of the original "Dragon Ball Z," to honor its 25th anniversary, we saw some of our favorite characters, like Vegeta, Goku and Piccolo battle and defeat some of the toughest villains, like Cell, Majin Buu and the Androids.

"Tom and Jerry" has been around since the 1940s and tells the classic tale of a cat and mouse but in a more entertaining way. The two rivals are seen in almost every episode, either chasing each other or trying to get back at one another.

If you didn’t want to be a Power Ranger as a child, then your childhood probably wasn’t that great. These young adults battled alien villains and controlled a giant Megazord to save the city and sometimes the world.

Almost every little kid wanted to accompany Dora, her backpack and her monkey, Boots, around the world on their adventures. If the little guys felt left out, don’t worry, her cousin, Diego, also had a show of his own.

Much like Tom and Jerry, this type of slapstick animated comedy has been on air for over 50 years, and many of the characters like Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Bugs Bunny have gone on to either having their own shows and/or starring in their own movies.

"Saved By The Bell" was a sitcom about six high school kids that highlighted many topics, including drug use, women’s rights, and environmental issues. It had kids and adults racing home in time to see it air.

Originally developed as a toy by Hasbro, the story about these colorful ponies has twice been turned into a cartoon series. The most recent series follows Twilight Sparkle, a unicorn mare who was sent to the town of Ponyville to study the magic of friendship.

After Aang took everyone on a journey through the four nations, viewers were left wanting more. This eventually led to the creation of "Avatar: The Legend of Korra," which features a strong-minded teenage girl from a water tribe, but in a more modernized world.

The Powerpuff Girls are three sisters -- Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup -- who were created and given special powers by their father. These three were often called upon by the mayor of the city to save it from super villains and monsters.

First seen in children’s books written by H.A. and Margret Rey, this curious little monkey was adopted from his home in Africa and brought to a big city by ‘The Man with The Yellow Hat.' We watch the monkey as he explores his new surroundings, makes new friends and gets into and out of trouble.

This series revolves around a 12-year-old cat named Gumball and the mischief that he and his adopted goldfish brother, Darwin, get into. We also meet his brilliant rabbit sister, Anais and some of his friends who attend Elmore Junior High.

Based on a comic series from the Archie comics with the same name, Melissa Joan Hart played the young Sabrina Spellman on her journey to discovering her newly-found powers as a witch.

This '60s sitcom first aired in black and featured Andy Griffin as a widowed sheriff, his incompetent deputy, Barney, his housekeeper, Aunt Bee, his young son, Opie, and the eccentric people who live in the town.

Phineas and Ferb originally aired on Disney XD and featured the two step brothers as they made some amazing and imaginative inventions while their sister, Candace, tried to bust them to their parents.

This Australian children’s music group had many children on their feet dancing to their classic songs, which include Hot Potato, Say the Dance, Do the Dance, and Rock-A-Bye Your Bear -- all while emphasizing the importance of friendship.

Over the past 10 years, there has been a sharp rise in the number of people creating their own web shows and vlogs. It's no different for teen, Carly Shaw. Along with her friends, Sam and Freddie, they become online sensations who cover everything from talent contests to problem-solving skills.

The reason why this show was so successful is because it had characters with whom everyone could relate. Whether it was the perfect and popular daughter, Marcia, the fun-loving Peter, or the adventurous Bobby, everyone had a favorite.

This popular TV show about a gang of friends and their talking dog has been remade into several movies and even has its own roller coaster ride.

This '80s sitcom had one of the most memorable theme songs; even those who didn’t watch the show knew the song. The show is about a widowed father who recruits his brother-in-law and best friend to help him raise his three young daughters.

Who could forget those classic catchphrases like "I'm smarter than the av-er-age bear!” and "Hello, Mr. Ranger, sir!”? Yogi and his sidekick, Boo Boo, were always plotting %0Dand trying to steal picnic baskets from visitors to Jellystone Park.

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