4º – Hey, Arnold (1996-2004)Little Arnold’s life is a student for this grade, bringing his family life, among his friends and in his school. Here, what makes ‘Hey Arnold’ so interesting is the way that the creators bring the city, in the Brooklyn case, investigating imaginary blocks of the place, stories of its darkest residents and, of course, its central characters, making the place something alive and pulsating. Indicated for all audiences, the series has more than 100 episodes for us to watch.
3º – BoJack Horseman (2014-2020)A former television star lives a decadent life with drinks and women, having his moments of joy contained solely in nostalgic memories of his time as a star. ‘BoJack Horseman’ is an animation focused on the adult audience, using a story that focuses on humor, but also has its moments of drama. There are 77 available episodes of this series that ended a short time ago.
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