Families on television have long been a staple as long as there is television. From the Cleavers to the Bradys family dynamics has long enabled quality programming. But what about the families that were not real, and I do not mean that because they are actors? Animated families have been on television for decades and have as much impact on culture as those represented by real people, if not more. Here is a list of the best animated families from television.
The Morgendorffers – "Daria"
Daria, Sister Quinn and the parents Helen and Jake were all a spin-off of Daria's character. Beavis and Butthead but they quickly made their own life and embodied the family of the late 90s and early 2000s.
The Pickles – "Rugrats"
There were two Pickles families on the show, but we focus only on Tommy and his parents Stu and Didi (little brother Dil only came to the movies that's why he does not really count). For years, a Nickelodeon classic, Rugrats and the Pickles clan were unique in that they put the little kids in the center instead of the entire family.
Powerpuff Girls and Professor Plutonium – "The Powerpuff Girls"
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They were not the first animated family, but they were perhaps the first futuristic family, and with the formula of father, mother, son, daughter, and pet, they changed with an animated girl and a dog that was almost as one Person was like the rest of the family and the cars, those wonderful flying cars with huge skylights to see everything, George and the family did not write the book about animated families, but they certainly have their own chapter.
Die Flintstones – "The Flintstones"
Similar to the Jetsons, the Flintstones took the Flintstones to the standard -Family dynamics and changed it. A brontosaurus instead of a dog, cars that had to be pushed on foot, and devices that talked back to you, all for one of the most enduring animated families.
The Smiths – "American Dad"
Sure, the show focuses mainly on the children, but the parents had more than their fair share of Time on the screen and often stole the scene. The families of Stan and Kyle are weird and they often seem like the healthy people in a show that's proud to go over the top, to say a point.
The Hills – "King of the Hill"
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The Griffins – "Family Guy" 
The brainchild of Seth MacFarlane, Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie and Brian have invaded our lives, surviving cancellations, criticisms and comparisons with other famous animated families. With frequent after-runs, the best characters, and a murderous toddler, it's no surprise that Family Guy and the Griffins found their way into our hearts.
The Simpsons – "The Simpsons"
Who did you expect here? For more than 20 seasons, the Simpsons have been part of our lives, influencing the culture and going from a show loved by critics to one that is loved by almost everyone and as American as an apple pie. Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Lisa are a real nuclear family. They sit on the couch, photos on the mantel, hold together by good times and frequent bad times, which should inspire us all.