If you’ve got young children at home, you’ve probably sat through one or two (million) kids’ shows.

Now an online networking platform for parents, schools and childcare providers has carried out a survey to find out with children’s TV shows parents enjoy the most – and which ones they can’t wait to turn off.

Childcare.co.uk asked 2,000 people to name their best-loved programmes, and it turns out there’s an awful lot of grown-up SpongeBob SquarePants fans out there. A huge 48% of respondents named the underwater pineapple-dweller as the kids’ show they most enjoy watching. Taking up second place is the fun yet revolting Horrible Histories with an impressive 36%.

Here’s the full list of parents’ top ten most popular children’s programmes:

1) SpongeBob SquarePants – 48%
2) Horrible Histories – 36%
3) Scooby Doo – 21%
4) Adventure Time – 20%
5) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – 18%
6) Tom & Jerry – 17%
7) Bob the Builder – 15%
8) Fairly Odd Parents – 15%
9) Power Rangers – 13%
10) Arthur – 12%

When it came to naming the most hated children’s programmes, there was one standout winner. Peppa Pig scooped the prize for the most hated show, with 57% of parents wishing they never had to watch it again. Asked why they disliked the little piggy so much, 48% of respondents said they didn’t like Peppa’s attitude and manner, whilst more than a quarter (28%) said the storylines were their least favourite part.

Here are parents’ top 10 most disliked children’s shows:

1) Peppa Pig – 57%
2)  Max and Ruby – 38%
3)  Dora the Explorer – 32%
4)  Barney and Friends – 30%
5)  Yo Gabba Gabba – 27%
6)  Caillou – 25%
7)  Sam and Cat – 22%
8)  Lazy Town – 18%
9)  In the Night Garden – 14%
10) Wonder Pets – 11%

Talking about the survey’s finding, Richard Conway, CEO and founder of Childcare.co.uk said: “The subject of which children’s programmes parents love and hate is something we’ve seen discussed a lot, so we thought we’d look into it properly. Some of the results are quite surprising, personally I quite like Dora!

“The survey stirred up quite a lot of nostalgia for us and the people who took part. As most parents will know finding a television programme that your children like can be hard enough, let alone trying to find one you don’t find too irritating!”