Netflix's animation programming has a bleak future. Netflix announced this past April that it would be significantly reducing its animated programming, despite an intriguing exhibition at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival.

It would be a terrible tragedy to exclude one of Netflix's first significant productions from both animation and overall television production.

1. BoJack Horseman 

This would probably be the one on the list that would spark the most debate. The four-season "Castlevania" adaption on Netflix wasn't exactly the fastest-paced show ever.

2. Castlevania

Fans' skepticism toward this new adaption when it was first unveiled wasn't surprising given the iconic stature of "Devilman." However, the main reason this mature adaptation of the enormously famous manga and anime was successful was because it enhanced the source material rather than trying to duplicate it.

3. Devilman Crybaby

Everyone has different ways to deal with stress, but does one of yours involve singing death metal at a karaoke bar? That's exactly what our anthropomorphic red panda protagonist does here, but it's doubtful.

4. Aggretsuko

She-Ra and the Princesses of Power was a genuinely excellent program, despite what a noisy minority on Twitter may have you believe. This new interpretation of the 1985 animated film "She-Ra: Princess of Power"

5. She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power

"Love Death + Robots" is a showcase of animated shorts from various studios worldwide, and it may be the most graphic of the shows on this list. Tim Miller developed it, and David Fincher served as executive producer.

6. Love Death + Robot

Here's something entirely different if "Aggretsuko's" portrayal of the millennial working class proves to be too intense for you.

7. Rilakkuma And Kaoru

The book "Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts" was just exceptional. The DreamWorks Animation and Studio Mir series, which was released in three seasons over the course of a year, followed the titular Kipo (Karen Fukuhara), who embarks on a mission to reconcile with her father (Sterling K. Brown).

8. Kipo And The Age Of Wonderbeast

It would be an enormous understatement to suggest that "League of Legends" is popular. Due to its intricate fighting system, it is now the most played game in esports, however more casual players also find it to be quite popular.

9. Arcane

It may seem odd to include "Human Resources" on this list but not its predecessor, "Big Mouth," which was the show that inspired it. But there's a legitimate explanation for this choice, and that's because the Hormone Monsters are just more entertaining to watch.

10. Human Resource