Lizzie McGuire and 7 Other Early 2000s Shows We're Devouring on Disney+
As much as we love the new shows on Disney+, we're really here for the nostalgia, like the early 2000s TV shows that Disney+ has gathered all in one place for us. The new streaming service has a ton of old favorites, including all of the iconic comedies from the "golden age" of Disney Channel original shows in the early 2000s. While not everything has arrived just yet (one notable omission is the animated fave The Proud Family), there's still plenty to indulge your nostalgia for the good old days of sweet, silly Disney comedies. We've rounded up all the shows from the first years of the millennium that you can currently stream on Disney+ — keep reading to see where you can watch your favorites!
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It's the classic Disney Channel family comedy! Most of the hijinks center on Louis, a quirky seventh-grade misfit, and his perfectionist older sister, Ren, but the whole family often gets yanked into goofy mix-ups and misunderstandings.
Our first real introduction to Miley Cyrus came in this dual-life sitcom. A teenage pop star moves to Malibu, where she lives a double life: one as a normal, goofy teenage girl, and one as her secret, blond-wigged celeb identity, Hannah Montana.
With a revival on the horizon, it's the perfect time to catch up on the original Lizzie McGuire. Occasionally narrated by an animated alter ego and frequently packed with visual jokes, the comedy follows Lizzie and her two best friends as they navigate the endlessly awkward experiences of junior high.
Phil of the Future
Phil seems like your average teenage guy, but he's got a secret: his family are tourists from the future who crash-landed here instead. With a little help from his new best friend, he and his family figure out whether to settle in the here and now or keep trying to get back home.
The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
Zack and Cody are twin brothers who are living the high life, along with their mom, in a superfancy hotel. Of course, it wouldn't be a Disney sitcom without plenty of mischief as they get in all sorts of trouble and form a quartet of pals along with a hotel employee and a rich heiress.
That's So Raven
Raven Baxter is just trying to live a normal teenage life, but she's got a problem that makes that pretty hard: she's psychic. Along with her two BFFs, her parents, and her little brother, Raven tries to figure out what her visions mean and when she should — and shouldn't — try to change the future.
Who needs angsty superheroes with secret identities when you could have Kim Possible instead? Kim skillfully juggles high school shenanigans with her ongoing battles with supervillains, and does it all with the support of her friends and family.
Out of the Box
If you were a kid in the early 2000s, chances are you remember this daytime kids' show, where teachers and kids hung out in a magically enormous clubhouse.