The thing about TV is that it tends to be less conservative overall. Movies, music, and books are easy to select without running into some of the content I'm not OK with. TV is less so. Which is why you're going to now be confronted with a lot of kid TV!
*Editor's Note 11/29/16: An updated version of this post is available here.*
Young Justice is a Cartoon Network superhero cartoon series, following, originally, six main characters--all teenage superheros. Some were sidekicks at one point, others have different origins. They come together to form a younger Justice Team working under the original Justice League.
The six original characters are Aqualad (the sidekick for Aquaman and the team leader), Kid Flash (Flash's nephew), Robin (obviously, Batman's sidekick), Superboy (a clone of Superman originally designed to kill Superman but freed from mind control by the other team members), Martian Girl (introduced as Martian Manhunter's niece), and Artemis (a bow shooter who briefly works as Green Arrow's sidekick). The main conflict here is with a group of very secret villains all working together. At this point, halfway through season two, which just returned, the secret group is still not revealed, but they have been working unceasingly with all kinds of plots and maneuvers to reach their goal.
Season Two, which just resumed, takes place a number of years after Season One, with an expanded Young Justice team and a number of new plans, plots, and relationships. Young Justice is a phenomenal show to me, first off, because it's a superhero show. I like that kind of stuff. Plus, it focuses on younger characters, which is easier for a young adult to relate to. Then, the conflict, the plot, and especially the relationships are very well done and intriguing.
True within the DC universe and well-done, this is probably my absolute favorite show at the moment. Sadly, it's only on during Saturday mornings, before I'm willing to get up... college is ruining my TV life.