Wondering what to watch after Coco? The Oscar-nominated and almost universally lauded film's delightfully macabre theme and stunning animation style makes it only natural to crave similar works after seeing it. Luckily for Coco fans, there are plenty of TV shows and movies to satisfy your cravings for that unique mix of surreal and delightful.
What movies and TV shows will you find here? The Book of Life also features strong imagery inspired by the Day of the Dead. The Corpse Bride takes you to another version of the afterlife, with plenty of original music. The Nightmare Before Christmas is another good movie that fans of Coco may enjoy.
When it comes to TV shows like Coco, it doesn't get much better than Courage the Cowardly Dog. Other good movies and series on this Coco recommendations list include Frankenweenie, ParaNorman, and Coraline.
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