Nostalgia incoming! You probably grew up watching these shows on Disney+ when they first aired on the Family Channel in the late 90s and early 2000s. They're still just as good as when they first premiered, making for the ultimate binge-watch to warm your grown-up heart.

The streaming service has a hearty mix of fresh content and old school shows and movies, giving viewers tons of options to choose from.

With over two dozen shows to bring back a flood of memories, the familiar faces and hilarious stories will keep you entertained for days.

Here you'll find teenagers going through growing pains, bickering siblings, an iconic child genius, and even some teens doubling as normal students by day and popstars by night. 

Pop on these beloved 31 series when you're feeling in the mood to binge-watch some comforting content. 

Jessie

Rating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Debby Ryan stars as Jessie, a young girl who takes the job as a nanny for four bratty and spoiled children with the help of her hilarious butler and doorman.

Lizzie McGuire

Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Teenage Lizzie and her BFFs Gordo and Miranda get themselves into typical middle schooler shenanigans filled with crushes, evil bullies, and a ratty little brother.

The Simpsons

Rating: 77% on Rotten Tomatoes 

A whopping 30 seasons of the iconic animated comedy will take you weeks to get through and is still as funny as its first few years. The Simpson family is pretty dysfunctional and refuses to age, but their adventures still ring true after three decades on TV.

The Suite Life on Deck

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes 

The pair of mischievous brothers took their adventures on the sea in this comedy that follows Zack, Cody, Bailey, London, and Mr. Moseby.

Even Stevens 

Rating: 87% on Google

Siblings Ren and Louis don't exactly get along but that's what makes for a great comedy that follows their hilarious misadventures.

Darkwing Duck

Rating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes 

The superhero duck and his trusty sidekick fight crime together under a secret identity, while Darkwing struggles to balance his ability to be a good father with his famous lifestyle.

Timon & Pumbaa

Rating: 90% on Google

The two characters you know and love from Lion King got their own animated series that follows the events after the movie ends and sees them travel the world and live life on the wild side.

Phil of the Future

Rating: 90% on Google

Phil Diffy and his family come from the year 2121 but a malfunction on their time machine accidentally tosses them into the year 2004. Now, they have to pretend to be normal humans, despite their advanced and abnormal lifestyle. 

Boy Meets World

Rating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Cory Matthews is a pretty typical teenage boy with his sidekick BFF Shawn and love of his life Topanga. The crew grow up together for seven years and get into hilarious mishaps and situations.

Recess 

Rating: 91% on Google

Ah, the nostalgia. Reflect back on the good old days with this animated comedy that follows elementary school kids who have created their own class system and rulebook everyone must follow.

Hercules 

Rating: 91% on Google

Get a quick binge-watch with the one season of this animated adventure series following the infamous Hercules, tasked with protecting Greece from outside forces.

Smart Guy

Rating: 91% on Google

Remember when child genius T.J. blew your mind? He's just a little boy but ends up in high school alongside his older brother and sister who are trying to act like adults while T.J. struggles with enjoying his childhood.

Doug 

Rating: 91% on Google

Doug Funnie is the new boy in town with a hobby of writing in his journal to chronicle his life in Bluffington. Though he just wants to fit in, he ends up standing out because of his wild imagination and fantasy about being a superhero.

Goof Troop 

Rating: 92% on Google

You know Goofy from his adventures with the Mickey Mouse crew, but did you also know that he's a single father? The pup and his son Max make the move to Spoonerville and end up next door to Goofy's childhood BFF, and their sons end up instantly bonding.

Kim Possible

Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Call her, beep her, if you wanna reach her! Kim and Ron are the inseparable duo who are high schoolers by day and superheroes by night.

JONAS 

Rating: 92% on Google

The Jonas Brothers made their iconic return which means it's totally time for a JONAS marathon. For two seasons, Nick, Kevin, and Joe basically portrayed their real lives as rockstars, with a twist that saw them attend high school and try to not be fangirled over by their peers.

Sonny With a Chance 

Rating: 93% on Google

Sonny joins the cast of So Random! after winning a talent search contest, but the adventure becomes more than she bargained for when she faces a diva co-star and rival series with an evil star.

Lilo & Stitch 

Rating: 93% on Google

Follow the duo behind the heartwarming quote, "Ohana means family and family means no one gets left behind or forgotten." Little girl Lilo and her koala-like creature Stitch pick up where the 2002 movie left off, and must go on a mission to catch and protect Stitch's cousins from evil villains.

The Replacements 

Rating: 94% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Only the real ones will remember watching this series! A pair of orphaned siblings decide to order themselves some parents and end up receiving a spy and stuntman, plus some really interesting powers.

The Emperor's New School 

Rating: 94% on Google

Following his hour-and-a-half-long adventure in The Emperor's New Groove, Kuzco is now so close to gaining reign over the throne but is faced with the tedious task of graduating from public school.

The Proud Family 

Rating: 95% on Google

Teenager Penny Proud is joined by her hilarious and loud family and a group of BFFs while facing some hilarious mishaps that come her way.

Phineas and Ferb

Rating: 96% on Rotten Tomatoes 

What haven't stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb gotten up to this summer? The two boys spend their sunny days working on some huge projects, much to the dismay of their older sister Candace who loves to rat them out. 

Austin & Ally

Rating: 96% on Google

Songwriter Ally writes a piece that musician Austin performs, making him an overnight sensation. However, the two butt heads over a lot of things that makes their working relationship more difficult than it needs to be.

Wizards of Waverly Place

Rating: 97% on Rotten Tomatoes 

The three Russo kids inherited wizard powers from their father but only one of them can prove their worth by earning the family wand and getting to keep their magic forever.

America's Funniest Home Videos

Rating: 98% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Throwback to the original YouTube! You can catch nine seasons of the hilarious reality series that features some of the best home videos people have sent in that will keep you giggling for days.

Good Luck Charlie

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

When three teenage siblings Teddy, PJ, and Gabe get an unexpected baby sister added to the fam, the eldest sister makes video diaries documenting her little sis' life as she grows up.

Hannah Montana

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

It's been years since Hannah Montana took off her wig and shocked the masses, but the humour in this comedy series is unparalleled. Miley Stewart doubles as a student by day and popstar at night, along with the help of her dad, brother, and best friends.

Shake It Up

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

BFFs Rocky and CeCe get the opportunity of a lifetime to become dancers for a TV show, and juggle their new lives with the daily responsibility of going to school.

So Weird

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This late 90s drama follows a teenager who travels the world with her rock-star mom but has also has an obsession with paranormal activity and shares her creepy findings on her personal website.

The Suite Life of Zack & Cody 

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

The twin brothers' mischievous adventures begin in the Tipton Hotel where their mom works as a lounge singer. There, they team up with candy counter worker Maddie and heiress London, while torturing manager Mr. Moseby and his sidekick, Esteban.

That's So Raven

Rating: 100% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Since she can see into the future we bet Raven saw her comedy series remain a beloved show over a decade later. Raven's psychic powers seem to be a blast but often get her into messy situations in her attempt to stop certain situations. 

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