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What to Watch If You Love 'Robot Chicken'

Updated November 20, 2019 223 votes 18 voters45 items

List RulesVote up the films and series you know other fans of Robot Chicken will love. Please don’t vote if you haven’t seen Robot Chicken.

Robot Chicken is a stop-animation comedy that garnered the love and affection of hordes of fans, but if you’ve finished watching the series, there’s no need for despair. There are plenty of movies and TV shows to watch if you like Robot Chicken - we’ve compiled the best ones right here for you right here!

TV shows similar to Robot Chicken often feature pop culture references and zany storylines. If you’re looking for more dark humor, Celebrity Deathmatch is sure to fill the void. Stop-animation celebrities abound in both shows. And if you think there aren’t also some good movies like Robot Chicken, then think again, because we’ve found quite a few that are sure to tickle the fancies of even the hardest-to-please fans. Take Nightmare Before Christmas, for instance. This movie is basically Robot Chicken if it were about a Pumpkin King who wants to be Santa Claus, and is a great choice for any stop-animation fan.

But you don’t have to take our word for it - some of Robot Chicken’s biggest fans have chimed in and cast their votes for the best movies and TV shows like Robot Chicken, and once you’ve watched, you can cast your votes too!

So what are your favorite movies and TV series like Robot Chicken? Vote your favorite programs up to the top of the list.

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