If you were a '90s - 2000s kid, you know that there were cartoons that popped on your favorite TV networks then suddenly disappeared after some time. Unlike the popular shows who have their never ending repeats on their networks, these cartoons never reappeared.
Class of 3000 (2006 - 2008)
Class of 3000, an animated TV series created by André 3000 (member of the hiphop duo OutKast), debuted on Cartoon Network in 2006. The story revolves around superstar Sunny Bridges who later becomes a music teacher at Westley School of Performing Arts. Class of 3000 was a music-filled animated series, mostly featuring jazz and blues.
Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi (2004 - 2006)
Everyone knows the Japanese pop/rock duo PUFFY for performing the Teen Titans theme song. In 2004, Cartoon Network released an animated fantasy-comedy TV series, Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi starring Ami Onuki (voiced by Janice Kawaye) and Yumi Yoshimura (voiced by Grey DeLisle). The story centers on Ami and Yumi's lives as rock stars and their adventures dealing with super fans while travelling around the world in their customized tour bus.
Dave the Barbarian (2004 - 2005)
Dave the Barbarian was a fantasy-comedy animated TV series that premiered on Disney Channel in 2004. The story revolves around Dave the Barbarian who apparently is afraid of everything and would prefer not to fight evil. Being the only son of the royal family, his duty is to protect his family and the kingdom from all evil. Unfortunately, with him being a coward and all, defending the kingdom is never easy.
Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat (2001 - 2002)
Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat is an educational animated TV series that aired in 2001, best known for its valuable life lessons such as: respect, obligations, discipline, loyalty, and many more. Most of the moral lessons depicted in the show are based from Chinese culture. The show stars Sagwa, a curious and kind Siamese cat who has an artistic talent in Chinese Calligraphy. Sagwa comes from the royal family of cats, the Miao family, who bring honor to the Foolish Magistrate's family through their job as calligraphers.
Sabrina the Animated Series (1999 - 2000)
Most of us are familiar with Sabrina the Teenage Witch, but does anyone else remember Sabrina the Animated Series? Unlike the live action TV series, Sabrina in Sabrina the Animated Series is depicted as a 12-year-old half-witch half-mortal who's just getting started in the world magic. Aside from learning about magic, the series shows Sabrina's life as a mortal attending middle school. Other than her mortal Uncle Quigley and her mortal best friend Chloe, no other mortal knows that Sabrina can perform magic.
These are just a few of those cartoons that briefly made an appearance on kids' TV networks. There are many other animated TV series, but with their short appearances, I can barely remember them!